Did you know...A welder's average entry income is $18,000, upgrading to $45,000 with skill and experience.
Seminole State will not offer welding classes during the Summer 2013 Term. Please continue to check the website for updates, or call 407.708.2848 for more information.
Seminole State College's Welding Program provides students with the advanced skills they need to succeed in the welding industry. Hands-on training, combined with laboratory and classroom experiences, give students an understanding of metal fabrication, welding processes and industry-standard equipment.
Welding requires high attention to detail and good manual control. If you are self-motivated and possess good manual dexterity, mechanical ability and hand-eye coordination, you can excel as a welder.
Attend class one evening per week. Learn MIG, TIG and STICK welding at your own pace, with the opportunity to become certified in each welding technique. Depending on your experience level, you may need to repeat this class as necessary to learn all three welding techniques.
Students must be at least 18 years old to participate. No TABE score is required to enroll, and students do not need to apply for admission to the College; they may simply enroll in a class.
Welding courses may be used toward two Continuing Workforce Education credits.
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