The Welding Technology program includes the study of metal properties, practical experience in manufacturing methods, production and assembly line welding. The program is designed for people who want to prepare for the state welding examination or qualify for welding jobs in the manufacturing, maintenance or construction fields.
Students must successfully complete the Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO) Qualification Test before earning a degree in Welding.
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Welding Courses - current quarter
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