Welding Schools in Minnesota

Alexandria Technical & Community College
1601 Jefferson Street Alexandria, MN 56308-3799

The Welding Technology program prepares students for careers in three major areas of the welding industry: manufacturing, construction, and maintenance/repair. The program provides hands-on skills and technical training in the areas of GMAW(wire-feed), SMAW(stick), GTAW(tig), flux cored arc, and pulse arc welding processes. Skills are also developed in plasma and manual fuel gas cutting processes.
Contact #: (320)762-0221

Anoka Technical College
1355 West Highway 10, Anoka, MN 55303

The Welding Technology Program consists of technical courses, specifically designed to develop exceptional welding skills utilizing the major welding processes that are vital to industry. Although no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to succeed in this program, prospective students should have a high school diploma or GED, good physical health and stamina, good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.
Contact #: (763) 576-4700

Central Lakes Technical College Welding and Fabrication Program
1830 Airport Road Staples, MN 56479

The Welding and Fabrication Program introduces blueprint reading for welders. Upon completion of the program, students will be ready to take welding certification and job entry tests. Students learn arc welding, gas metal arc welding, flux core tig, and the use of oxyacetylene hand and machine cutting equipment.
Contact #: (218) 894-5100

Dakota County Technical College Welding Program
1300 145th Street East (County Road 42) Rosemount, MN 55068

The Welding Program offers a variety of training in different welding processes specific to our trade. Students will gain knowledge through theory in class and hands on experience in the welding lab. The major topics and welding processes will be covered in this nine-month course to ready the student for entry level positions in the industry. Subjects that are covered include: Shielded Metal Arc, Gas Metal Arc, Flux Cored Arc, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Processes Oxy/Fuel, Plasma Arc, Carbon Air Arc Cutting and Gouging Processes. Students will work with a variety of metals which include: Steel, Stainless Steel, and Aluminum. Shop Fabrication, Blueprint Reading, Math, Visual Inspection, Safety are covered in the curriculum.
Contact #: (651) 423-8301

Dunwoody College of Technology Welding Program
818 Dunwoody Boulevard Minneapolis, MN 55403

The Welding Technology (WELD) certificate provides students with entry-level skills and theoretical knowledge to perform the various welding, cutting and fabrication processes required in a 21st century manufacturing facility. Graduates from this program are prepared to enter the industry as welders, fabricators, fitters and inspectors. The Welding & Metal Fabrication (WMET) program provides students with the unique opportunity to combine two highly skilled trades into one AAS degree by taking the one year WELD certificate and adding an additional year of training in Dunwoody's state-of-the-art machine shop.
Contact #: (612) 374-5800

Mesabi Range College - Welding
1100 Industrial Park Drive • PO Box 648 • Eveleth, MN 55734

Welcome to the Mesabi Range Community & Technical College Welding Program website. On this site you will be able to find information about our program including the AWS/National Skills Standards curriculum, course outlines, program level options, instructor backgrounds and much more.
Contact #: (218) 741 3095


Minnesota State College Southeast Technical Welder Program - Red Wing Campus

308 Pioneer Road Red Wing, MN 55066

Graduates in the welding program will be trained and perform weld shop safety and proper handling of tools and shop supplies. Graduates will also be trained and perform skills in (OFW) oxy-fuel welding and cutting, (SMAW) stick welding, (GMAW) mig welding and also (GTAW) tig welding in a variety of positions to ensure the students have the skills needed to enter today's workforce.
Contact #: (651) 385-6300


Minnesota State College Southeast Technical Welder Program - Winona Campus

P.O. Box 409 1250 Homer Road Winona, MN 55987

Graduates in the welding program will be trained and perform weld shop safety and proper handling of tools and shop supplies. Graduates will also be trained and perform skills in (OFW) oxy-fuel welding and cutting, (SMAW) stick welding, (GMAW) mig welding and also (GTAW) tig welding in a variety of positions to ensure the students have the skills needed to enter today's workforce.
Contact #: (507) 453-2700

Northland Community and Technical College Welding Process Technology - East Grand Forks Campus
2022 Central Ave NE East Grabd Forks, MS 56721

The Welding Process Technology diploma was designed in cooperation with local manufacturing companies. The program prepares students for a career in welding or creates a pathway into an AAS in Electronics Technology or Robotics Technology with an articulated Bachelor’s degree at Bemidji State University.
Contact #: (218) 793-2800

Northland Community and Technical College Welding Process Technology - Thief River Falls Campus
1101 Highway One East Thief River Falls, MN 56701

Northland offers a multitude of opportunities, whether you're beginning your degree or returning to college. We're affordable, convenient, and flexible. Take your life North at Northland. The program integrates theory, safety practices, and application of technical training. Coursework provides the student with information and skill development in a variety of welding processes.
Contact #: (218) 683-8800

Ridgewater College Welding - Hutchinson Campus
2 Century Avenue SE Hutchinson, MN 55350

The Industrial Welding program at the Willmar campus is different from other welding programs because it offers either a one-year track or a two-year advanced technical welding education. Students here have the opportunity to work hands-on with state-of-the-art technology, such as a robotic welder.
Contact #: (320) 234-8500

Saint Cloud Technical and Community College - Welding and Fabrication Program
1540 Northway Drive, St. Cloud, MN 56303

The Welding Program provides both practical and theoretical knowledge for qualified welding technicians. The specific subjects include: Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Brazing, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Cutting Processes-fuel gas and plasma, Metallurgy, Fabrication and Equipment, Automated Machining, CADD, Blueprint Reading and Math. Safety procedures are also an important part of each welding process. Good safety practices are stressed in lab situations as required in the metal working industry. Students will work with many of the tools used in industry.
Contact #: (320) 308-5931