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Welding

31-442-1 Technical Diploma (one-year)
Campus: Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, Superior
Financial Aid Eligible

Fabrication. Theory. Hands-on.

The Welding program will provide students with the skills and knowledge identified by the American Welding Society Skill Standards. They will be taught welding skills and theory, fabrication, layout, print reading, welding symbols, math, and welding codes.

Career Pathway Options

Career Pathways connect progressive levels of coursework to allow students to build upon their education. Each step in the pathway connects with employment options and provides the opportunity for advancement to higher levels. The Welding program includes the following pathway options:

Admission Requirements

Students in this program must:

Independent. Precise. Visual.

Students should strive to reach a comfort level in the following courses or skills:

Student Profile

Welding students should:

Program Outcomes

Employers will expect the Welding graduate to be able to:

Program Costs

The estimated total program cost for the one-year Welding program is $6,298 (does not include books, tools, supplies, or uniforms). This program is eligible for financial aid.
Minimum Personal Protective Equipment and tools  - $525 to $725 - depending on personal needs.

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WITC Superior offers two separate $500 scholarships to help offset tuition costs. 
To apply for the Dan Maynard and John Torgerson Scholarship,
visit our Apply for a WITC Scholarship Web page.