Technical Training Programs for Welding, Pipefitting, Electro-Mechanical Technologies and Shipfitting & Steel Fabrication
With so many different things moving through pipes swiftly and safely – water, gas, air, and oil – there are many opportunities for people trained in pipefitting. The goal of the Pipefitting training program is to prepare you to begin working in a versatile, sustainable career field. Pipefitting training is available at the Tulsa Campus only.
Professional Welders are found everywhere – automotive, aerospace and aviation industries; bridges and bikes; shipyards, shops and skyscrapers – wherever metal needs adhering, a welder is needed. By being trained as a skilled professional welder, you’ll have career opportunities nationwide, and even worldwide. That means almost anywhere you want to go, welding can take you there.
Shipfitting & Steel Fabrication
The Shipfitting and Steel Fabrication training program prepares graduates for many career opportunities, ranging from a Shipfitter to Metal or Steel Fabricator. Students are taught the knowledge and skills to work for major ship builders as well as smaller shipyards that build military, commercial, and fishing vessels. The curriculum is divided into six courses which provide the student with fundamental skills in welding procedures, ship structural layout and fit-up, structural drawings, and a practicum to practice and apply the skills and knowledge learned. Shipfitting and Steel Fabrication training is available at the Jacksonville Campus only.
This training program provides each student with a broad range of knowledge in electrical and mechanical technologies, along with heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. Career opportunities in this field are wide and growing. An added value to the program is the solar energy technology module, which includes an overview of the Photovoltaic (PV) Science with principles and application processes used in many solar powered systems. Electro-Mechanical Technologies training is available at the Jacksonville Campus only.
Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding Technology
After successfully completing the Professional Welder training program, you can take your welding career to the next level. With an Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding Technology degree, you could have career opportunities virtually anywhere across the country and globe. Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding training is available at the Tulsa Campus only.