Welding Schools in Indiana

Featured Welding Schools in Indiana

New Castle Area Career Welding Programs
801 Parkview Drive New Castle, IN 47362

At NCAC, students are trained on how to Weld SMAW, MIG, & TIG. They specialize welding training on Flat, Vertical, Horizontal, & Overhead. Students are also trained on Reading Blueprints Certifications, & Understand Metallurgy. Upon training they can earn Dual Credit & AWS Certification.
Contact #: (765) 521-7257

Hinds Career Center Welder Training
1105 North 19th Street Elwood, IN 46036

The Metals Joining Technology program is committed in providing a career pathway for students to pursue these opportunities and develop the necessary skills to meet the demands of the rapidly growing Advanced Manufacturing market. Students enrolled in this program will have the opportunity learn Drafting, CADD, Fabrication and Metals Joining.
Contact #: (765) 552-9881

Elkhart Area Career Center Welder Program
2424 California Road Elkhart Indiana 46514

The welding program will provide a variety of custom and production welding techniques. These techniques include four major welding processes, stick arc, MIG, TIG, and oxyacetylene. All these will be done by welding, cutting and brazing. You will be receiving knowledge on reading blue prints and welding symbols. You will also practice a number of life skills including, preparing estimates, expanding shop, time management, industrial mathematics, and communication skills. Advanced students will identify metal shapes, how to measure, and recognize different welding test positions.
Contact #: (574) 262-5880 Ext 2014

Central Nine Career Center Welding School
1999 US 31 South Greenwood, IN 46143

Welding Technology includes classroom and laboratory experiences that develop a variety of skills detailed in American Welding Society (AWS) Entry Level Guidelines and Certifications. Areas of study include electric welding and flame and plasma cutting. Instructional activities emphasize properties of metals, safety issues, blueprint reading, electrical principles, welding symbols, and mechanical drawing through projects and exercises that teach students how to weld industrial metals in four basic welding positions. Reinforcement of mathematical skills in geometry, precision measurement, and estimation will be part of the daily instruction. Understanding the principles of metallurgy, gases, and materials science is integral to this course.
Contact #: (317) 888-4401