Welding Schools in South Carolina

ArcLabs Welding School - Columbia Campus
700 Gracern Road Columbia, SC 29210

Arclabs Welding School is a premier welding training and testing facility. Innovative, fast-paced, and hands-on programs are our specialty. Our focus is to meet employers’ needs by training and testing our welders in preparation for the workforce. Seeing students succeed in a welding career is our end goal. Graduates who put forth a commitment to excel can achieve world class levels of performance.
Contact #: (803) 807-9180 or (803) 807-9181

ArcLabs Welding School - Piedmont Campus
2615 Highway 153 Piedmont, SC 29673

Arclabs Welding School is a premier welding training and testing facility. Innovative, fast-paced, and hands-on programs are our specialty. Our focus is to meet employers’ needs by training and testing our welders in preparation for the workforce. Seeing students succeed in a welding career is our end goal. Graduates who put forth a commitment to excel can achieve world class levels of performance.
Contact #: (864) 236-9995

Central Carolina Technical College Welding
506 N Guignard Dr Sumter, SC 29150

The Welding Certificate program is designed to provide a thorough knowledge of the techniques of inert gas, oxyacetylene, electric arc, and plasma arc welding. Job opportunities include erection welders, shipyard welders, welding shop fabrication, maintenance welders, construction welders, and structural steel welders.
Contact #: (803) 778-7863 Ext 463

Greenville Tech-Fluor Pipe Welding Program
PO Box 5616 Greenville SC 29606

Want an education that joins you with high paying jobs? Take a look at our Welding programs, where you can study the fundamentals or pursue more specialized skills. Our well-equipped facility and experienced instructors attract students from as far away as West Virginia and New York, and thanks to the level of hands-on preparation they receive, they leave prepared to work. We have an excellent track record of success, producing many graduates who have won not only excellent jobs but have also placed at the top of national welding competitions.
Contact #: (864) 250-8730

Horry-Georgetown Technical College
2050 Highway 501 East, Conway, South Carolina 29528

This certificate is designed to provide students with basic welding skills for use in manufacturing transportation, fabricated metal products, building construction, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, the golf course industry, industrial machinery, and other applications.
Contact #: (843) 349-5277

Midlands Technical College
P.O. Box 2408 Columbia, SC 29202

The Welding Technologies I Certificate prepares students for employment and advancement in the welding industry. Students will receive training in the latest welding technology as well as the traditional welding skills and a good foundation in basic welding theory, metallurgy and blueprint reading. Safety is stressed throughout the program. These skills will enable students to produce structurally sound and quality welds. Employment opportunities are found in maintenance, construction, manufacturing and other related fields.
Contact #: (803)738-8324

Northeastern Technical College
1201 Chesterfield Highway Cheraw, SC 29520

Welding deals with the joining of metals with gas-fueled torches or electric-arc processes. Welding is a vital construction skill that involves principles and uses of oxyacetylene, T.I.G., M.I.G. and electric arc. Present job opportunities for welders include structural steel welding, pipe welding and job shop welding. Additional opportunities in nuclear power facilities exist for persons who are certified in this highly skilled field. The program consists of Basic and Advanced ARC welding and Basic and Advanced TIG welding.
Contact #: (843) 921-6900

Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
3250 St. Matthews Road Orangeburg, SC 29118

The curriculum includes blueprint reading, welding safety, oxyfuel cutting, and gas and arc welding. Students complete Level I NCCER modules in the SMAW welding process, including Beads and Fillet Welds, Open V-- Groove Welds, and Open-Root Pipe Welds. This course is taught to national welding codes and prepares students for testing and certification for local metal fabrication shops and maintenance welding, and it provides basic skills that will ultimately be needed for construction pipe welding and welding on nuclear power jobsites.
Contact #: (803) 536-0311

Piedmont Technical College Welding - Greenwood Campus
620 N. Emerald Rd. Greenwood, SC 29648

In Piedmont Tech’s welding program, you’ll learn to weld in the four main positions on both structured steel and pipe. Hands-on shop work will give you practical experience in repair work on cast iron, silver brazing, soldering, stainless steel and aluminum. Practical experience in welding processes, together with a good foundation in blueprint reading and sketching and the weld ability and properties of metals, mean that you’ll be fully prepared to get started on the job after graduation.
Contact #: (864) 941-8324


Piedmont Technical College Welding - Laurens County Campus

663 Medical Ridge Road Clinton, SC 29325

Graduates in this field may be required to work from blueprints, join metal pieces together or cut/trim metal pieces to desired shapes and sizes by applying intense heat, electric-arc welders select suitable electrodes, adjust electric current controls, start the arc by touching the metals to the electrode, withdraw the electrode and move it along the areas to be joined and gas welders select welding rod and torch tip, adjust the valves that control the flow of gas into the torch and size of the flame, and move the flame along the area to be joined.
Contact #: (864) 941-8470

Aiken Technical College
2276 J. Davis Highway, Graniteville SC 29829

The Associate in Applied Science with a Major in General Technology with Emphasis in Welding Technology will provide students with the practical skills necessary for welding practices, theories and techniques, metallurgy, quality assurance and welding design. Admission to the Associate in Applied Science with a Major in General Technology, Emphasis in Welding Technology program is restricted to those who have met the prerequisite requirements and/or have the permission of the Department Chair.
Contact #: (803) 593-9231

Tri-County Technical College
P.O. Box 587, Pendleton, SC 29670

Take a look at the exciting and high paying career of Welding. Students are trained in arc, MIG, dual-shielded flux-cored arc welding, and TIG welding, as well as, plasma, acetylene, and carbon arc cutting. Graduates are proficient in welding steel, stainless steel, and aluminum in structural and pipe applications.
Contact #: (864) 646-1405

Trident Technical College Welding Technology
P.O. Box 118067 Charleston, SC 29423-8067

The latest welding technology as well as traditional welding skills training and a good foundation in basic welding theory, metallurgy, and blueprint reading. Safety is stressed throughout the program. Trident's Welding program is designed to provide comprehensive welding education to new students as well as experienced welders wanting to expand their skills and/or knowledge.
Contact #: (843) 574-6139 or (843) 574-6530

Williamsburg Technical College
601 MLK Jr. Ave., Kingstree, SC 29556

The welding program provides practical hands-on experience needed to obtain a job in the welding field. This program is designed to assist students entering an academic path in preparation for careers such as welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders, welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers.
Contact #: (843) 355-4110

York Technical College Welding Technology
452 South Anderson Road, Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730

The Welding curriculum is designed for persons who seek a background in the basic principles and practices of welding. It is also valuable for those now engaged in welding who want to increase their welding skills. Students receive training in theory and practice relating to OXY/ACTY gas welding & cutting, SMAW, FCAW, GTAW, GMAW welding processes in accordance with current industrial practices. The content is based upon the studies and recommended practices of the American Welding Society (AWS) and other welding authorities.
Contact #: (803) 327-8000