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Career Welding & Fabrication Program
Admissions is extremely competitive. For the best opportunity, apply months in advance of the class start date.
The Daytime Program runs twice a year, February - June and September - January. Students have the option to attend either a morning or afternoon session.
- Morning session runs 7:30am - 12N
- Afternoon session runs 1:00pm - 5:30pm.
The Evening Program runs once a year starting in September and ends in June. The current schedule format is Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00pm - 10:00pm and select Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00am - 4:30pm.
The program includes:
- Gear valued at over $800
- All materials and supplies
- American Welding Society 1-year Student Membership
- Tooling-U Online Membership for duration of program
- Minimum of 6 AWS qualification tests (testing fees included in tuition)
- Power tool safety
- Abrasive use and safety
- OSHA 10-hour Course (Includes OSHA 10 Card)
- Shop math
- Weld inspection and quality control
- Blueprint reading
- Fabrication techniques
- Interviewing skills and resume writing
- Job research techniques
There are no additional out of pocket expenses for our program.
Sallie Mae Private Loans are available to pay tuition. Additional information can be found here:
Fill out the form below and we will send you an email that summarizes the information session including comprehensive details and attachments about the program, expectations, and policies.
If you would like to continue with your application after reading through the mater, follow the link provided to schedule your interview.
Attend a Personal Interview Session
Final interviews last approximately 2-hours and can be scheduled as in-person interviews at Arc + Flame, or remote interviews through Google Meet. Interviews take place during business hours, Monday through Friday. You will do 4 things as part of the process (*All of this and more will be further discussed): Submit a resume, complete a math quiz, submit answers to our essay questionnaire, and complete the 1-on-1 interview with an admissions team member. Arc + Flame admissions team will then evaluate your performance, and provide a decision.
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Statistics don't lie
Attending a technical school to become a welder is an investment that pays off quicker than pursuing a four-year degree