Welding Schools in Nebraska

Central Community College Welding Program - Columbus Campus
4500 63rd Street PO Box 1027 Columbus NE 68602

Welders with solid technical skills are in demand in a wide variety of businesses and industries. The U.S. Department of Labor lists more than 140 occupations in welding or which use welding.
Contact #: (402) 564-7132

Central Community College Welding Program - Grand Island Campus
3134 W Highway 34 PO Box 4903 Grand Island NE 68802

Welders with a two-year associate of applied science degree will find work most easily, but specialized training in specific welding skills through shorter diploma and certificate programs also prepares people for entry-level jobs.
Contact #: (308) 398-4222

Central Community College Welding Program - Hastings Campus
550 S Technical Blvd PO Box 1024 Hastings NE 68902-1024

CCC offers a Welding Technology program at its Columbus, Grand Island and Hastings campuses. Program options are Welding Technology, Associate of Applied Science Degree, Welding Technology Diploma, Advanced Welding Techniques Certificate, Manual Welding Certificate and Production Welding Certificate.
Contact #: (402) 463-9811

Metropolitan Community College Welding Program
PO Box 3777 Omaha NE 68103

The Welding Technology program provides training in the basic and advanced skill levels of different welding processes which includes lecture and hands-on lab training under the close supervision of qualified instructors. A student who completes the program should have the knowledge and understanding of the most common welding processes (GMAW, SMAW, FCAW, GTAW, OAW, SAW), the ability to weld both pipe and plate in all positions and of various thickness, in steel, stainless steel, and aluminum as permitted by each individual course.
Contact #: (402) 457-2400

Mid-Planes Community College Welding & Machine Trade Program - North Platte Campus
1101 Halligan Drive, North Platte, NE 69101

Welding and Machine Shop Technology is an open-entry, open-exit program that leads to a Diploma or Associate of Applied Science Degree for employment opportunities in the welding/machine shop field. The program provides the skills and knowledge necessary for entry-level job production welding or job shop employment upon graduation.
Contact #: (308) 535-3600

Mid-Planes Community College Welding & Machine Trade Program - McCook Campus
1205 East Third Street, McCook, NE 69001

Welding and Machine Shop Technology Program is a full-time day program however, there are numerous welding and machine shop courses taught in the evenings. Please contact either the McCook Community College or North Platte Community College Admissions Office or refer to the lastest schedule of Welding/Machine Shop course offerings for dates, days and times.
Contact #: (308) 345-8100

Northeast Community College Welding Program
801 East Benjamin Ave, Norfolk, Nebraska 68701

Learn how to perform modern welding processes on the latest equipment. Through classroom and shop application, you’ll learn gas and arc welding, inert-gas arc welding, and continuous wire production welding and a background in metallurgy, blueprint interpretation, and mathematics. Our Welding graduates find that there is a very high demand for well-trained welders. Experts predict a large shortage of welders in the next few years almost everywhere. The American Welding Society (AWS) predicts that by 2010, the demand for skilled welders in the U.S. alone may outpace supply by 200,000 individuals.
Contact #: (402) 371-2020

Pine Ridge Job Corps
15710 Highway 385 Chadron, NE 69337

Job Corps is committed to the development of green job training. All students who enter in Advanced Manufacturing, Automotive, or Construction career technical training areas will train in a variety of green subject areas.
Contact #: (308) 432-3316

Southeast Community College - Nebraska Welding Program - Milford Campus
600 State Street Milford, NE 68405

The Welding Program at SCC is an Accredited Test Facility through the American Welding Society, and students who achieve an AAS degree will be qualified/certified to a national code through this facility upon graduation. The program includes classroom instruction and extensive hands-on training and simulates requirements of nationally recognized codes and standards.
Contact #: (402) 761-2131

Western Nebraska Community College Welding Program - Scottsbluff Campus
1601 E. 27th Street, Scottsbluff, NE 69361

Students are expected to acquire all items of the WNCC welding tool list and bring all items listed on the first day of class. Western Nebraska Community College offers training in the following welding
processes Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Flux Cored Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Oxyacetylene Welding, and Cutting and Brazing.
Contact #: (308) 635-3606