The program involves a combination of basic welding techniques and other technical aspects of welding. Students learn basic oxyacetylene cutting and welding; shielded metal arc welding; metal arc welding; and tungsten inert gas welding. Students also complete course work in mathematics and blueprint reading for welding.
Full-time day and evening courses are available on the main campus and at the Kimball site. Full-time evening courses are offered at the Sequatchie/Bledsoe site. Additionally, third shift courses are available on the main campus.
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