FWCS Career Academy Welding

From construction to biomedical to artwork, welding skills can lead to a variety of careers. With hands-on education and co-op job placements available, you’ll be able to jumpstart your welding and manufacturing career as soon as you graduate from high school or complete your post-secondary degree.

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THE ULTIMATE LEARNING EXPERIENCE

You’ll learn the following skills that will prepare you for immediate employment or continuing education:

  • Joining metals using ARC, MIG, TIG and oxyacetylene welding and brazing
  • Cutting metals using the plasma cam and oxyacetylene cutting torch
  • Fabricating new materials
  • Reading blueprints and analyzing dimensional math

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Construction machinery repair
  • Construction equipment building
  • Manufacturing fabrication
  • Building steel fabrication
  • Welded artwork
  • Biomedical manufacturing
  • Ship building
  • Union trades

COLLEGE CREDIT AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • Transfer three credits in industrial technology to Ivy Tech Community College
  • American Welding Society (AWS) certification
  • Become eligible for a paid co-op job placement
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