Welding Schools in Wisconsin

Blackhawk Technical College Welding Department
6004 S CTY RD G Janesville, WI 53547

Welders develop those manipulative skills, which are necessary to the welding of joints common to all metal industries. They understand and apply the proper theories of welding, cleaning and fabrication to appropriate shop applications. Welders know how to read blueprints, utilize the necessary tools, and perform the mathematical functions essential to the completion of a project.
Contact #: (608) 743-4463

Chippewa Valley Technical College Welding Technology
620 W Clairemont Ave Eau Claire, WI 54701

This program is offered in Eau Claire and can be started in August or January. This program is eligible for Financial Aid. If you enjoy problem solving as well as working with your hands, the Welding program could be for you. It combines theory, demonstrations, and hands-on experiences to prepare you to take a welding project from blueprints through final inspection.
Contact #: (715) 833-6200

Fox Valley Technical College - Appleton Campus
1825 N. Bluemound Drive Appleton, WI 5491

The primary goal of the Industrial Welding Technician program is to prepare the student for employment in the field of welding. To earn an associate degree in the Industrial Welding Technician program, you must complete 67 credits. The program is offered both full-time day and part-time evening. The daytime program requires some evening classes over the two-year period. The program operates on a fall/spring basis and allows new students to enter at the start of any of these sessions provided there are openings.
Contact #: (920) 735-4898

Fox Valley Technical College - Oshkosh Campus
150 N. Campbell Road Oshkosh, WI 5490

The primary goal of the Metal Fabrication/Welding program is to prepare the student for employment as an entry-level welder. As a metal fabricator and welder, you lay out, shape, form and weld various types, sizes and shapes of metals. You fabricate and assemble structural metal products such as framework or shells for machinery, ovens, tanks, pipes, stacks and parts for buildings according to job orders or blueprints. Among the skills you must have are techniques of layout using triangulation and parallel and radial line development.
Contact #: (920) 232-6049

Gateway Technical College Welding Boot Camp
1001 S. Main Street Racine WI 53403

The Welding Boot Camp is an innovative, fast-paced, hands-on program to learn the essentials of welding. Gateway, in partnership with the Racine County Workforce Development Center is offering the Boot Camp certificate program as a fast-track way to get trained in welding. The Boot Camp program curriculum includes Gas-Metal-ARC Welding, Blueprint Reading, Applied Mathematics, Workplace Safety and Lean Operating Techniques. The intensive, hands-on training this program provides allows for a rapid transfer of skills into the workplace.
Contact #: (262) 564-3004

LakeShore Technical College Welding Program
1290 North Avenue, Cleveland, WI 53015

Discover your career passion at LTC. The high demand welding career has many different paths. From a manufacturing setting to underwater oil rigs, welding can satisfy your creativity and sense of adventure. If you have an eye for detail, enjoy technology and math, welding offers great opportunity. The sparks you see may be the ones to start your new career!
Contact #: (920) 693-1000

Madison Area Technical College Welding Programs
3550 Anderson Street | Madison, Wisconsin 53704

This program emphasizes hands-on training and the mastery of welding techniques with manual and semi-automatic welding processes. Students develop their technical knowledge of blueprint reading, layout, metal fabrication, metallurgy and manipulative welding skills for potential qualification or certification in oxy-fuel, stick-electrode, gas-metal arc, flux-cored arc and gas-tungsten arc processes in all positions on plate and pipe.
Contact #: (608) 246-6102

Mid-State Technical College Welding Program
500 32nd Street North Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

The Welding program prepares you for a wide variety of jobs as a welder in production, maintenance, construction, manufacturing, or servicing occupations. You will study a number of welding processes including shielded metal arc, gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, submerged arc, oxyacetylene cutting and brazing, plasma arc, and arc-air cutting. You will also become familiar with various types of metals, fabrication of metals, and welding under codes such as the American Welding Society Code.
Contact #: (888) 575-6782

Milwaukee Aera Technical College Welding Technology - Downtown Milwaukee Campus
700 W. State Street, Milwaukee WI. 53233

The Welding Technology associate degree program offers comprehensive training in welding fabrication, testing and inspection. The major welding processes - manual, semiautomatic and automatic - are covered. Automation courses provide hands-on experience in setting up, programming, operating and troubleshooting computer-controlled cutting equipment and sensory-equipped welding robots.
Contact #: (414) 297-6282

Milwaukee Aera Technical College Welding Technology - West Allis Campus
1200 South 71st Street West Allis, WI 53214

Program graduates typically find employment as welding technicians, robotic welding technicians, welding inspectors, technical sales reps and weld test conductors. This program is offered full time during the day, or part time in the evening to accommodate full-time day employment. Core skills include the ability to follow instructions, visualize finished products based on blueprints, and work independently. Good eyesight and mechanical skills are important.
Contact #: (414) 456-5310

Moraine Park Technical College Welding Programs and Courses
235 North National Avenue Fond du Lac, WI 54936

Moraine Park’s Welding technical diploma program trains individuals to develop welding and fabrication skills that are needed in today’s industries. Through hands-on experience in a welding laboratory, students gain skills in all welding positions leading to welder certification. Students learn gas metal arc welding, shielded metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, and oxy-fuel cutting. The coursework also provides instruction in print reading, math and communications skills, lean processes and sustainability practices.
Contact #: (920) 887-4490 or (920) 924-3433

Nicolet Area Technical College
5364 College Drive, Rhinelander, WI 54501

The Welding program is designed to give students the job-entry skills required in fabrication, construction, maintenance, apprenticeship, and other metal working industries. Students will also experience robotic welding, computerized cutting, safe overhead crane operation, and will learn blueprint reading, layout and fabrication techniques, and math and communication skills.
Contact #: (715) 365-4410.

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Welding Technology - Green Bay Campus
2740 West Mason Street, Green Bay, WI 54307

This program is fully eligible for financial aid. Welding prepares students to join metal by applying heat and pressure to join metal sections together to form a permanent bond. Welders plan layouts or work from blueprints, drawings, or other specifications.
Contact #: (920) 498-5444

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Welding Technology - Marinette Campus
1601 University Drive, Marinette, WI 54143

This program is fully eligible for financial aid. Welding prepares students to join metal by applying heat and pressure to join metal sections together to form a permanent bond. Welders plan layouts or work from blueprints, drawings, or other specifications.
Contact #: (715) 735-9361

Northcentral Technical College Welding Program
1000 W. Campus Drive Wausau, WI 54401

Graduates will have the basic knowledge and skills needed to meet the needs of the welding industry. Students will perform cutting with oxy-fuel, plasma, and arc air. Students will also perform CNC cutting and welding. Skill development using gas metal arc/pulse arc, gas tungsten arc, flux cored arc, submerged arc, robotic welding, oxy-acetylene welding, and shielded metal arc welding is emphasized. The processes of welding will be applied to various types of certification procedures and fabrication methods. Potential occupations include: Production Welder, Maintenance Welder, Job Shop, Layout/Welder, Welding Sales and Service, Combination Welder.
Contact #: (715) 675-3331

Southwest Wisconsin Technical College Welding Technology
1800 Bronson Blvd., Fennimore, WI 53809

The welding program provides the opportunity for students to gain knowledge and develop skills in manual, semiautomatic, and robotic welding processes used in a variety of fabrication and construction industries. Students develop skill proficiency through practice in over 19 welding processes, in all positions, and with a variety of metals. In addition, they learn to identify base and filler materials and their properties, operate equipment properly, practice correct procedures, test for strength and appearance, work safely and productively, be responsible for quality control, read blueprints for necessary information, measure and use math, and practice good interpersonal relations.
Contact #: (608) 822-3262

Waukesha County Technical College Metal Fabrication and Welding Program
800 Main St., Pewaukee, WI 53072

Gain skills in interpreting blueprints; creating the exact shape of a part for cutting, fabricating, and welding; and producing quality parts through the use of various techniques and materials. You will also learn to program and operate computer-controlled press brakes and shears, plasma arc cutting machines, and lasers. Welding techniques and joining methods are emphasized throughout the program. Graduates often find employment within the manufacturing or construction industries.
Contact #: (262) 691-5566

Western Technical College Welding Program
400 Seventh Street North La Crosse, WI 54601

The Welding program presents a course of study in shielded metal arc, oxy-fuel, gas metal arc and gas tungsten arc welding, as well as theory and practice in accordance with current industry practices. This comprehensive training program includes the teaching of manipulative skills, beginning with basic operations and followed by a complete series of practices on all types of weld joints in all positions on various metals. The successful application of the welding process requires the correct use of proper tools and equipment. Students learn necessary theory in the classroom and put theory into practice in the shop.
Contact #: 608) 785-9200

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College Welding Technology - Rice Lake Campus
1900 College Drive Rice Lake, WI 54868

Are you looking for a high-demand career? Learn the latest skills from experienced instructors who will provide you with plenty of hands-on training. WITC follows the American Welding Society Skill Standards to provide you with knowledge and skills in welding theory, fabrication, layout, print reading, welding symbols, math, and welding codes.
Contact #: (800) 243-9482 Ext 5210

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College Welding Technology - Superior Campus
600 North 21st Street Superior, WI 54880

Are you looking for a high-demand career? Learn the latest skills from experienced instructors who will provide you with plenty of hands-on training. WITC follows the American Welding Society Skill Standards to provide you with knowledge and skills in welding theory, fabrication, layout, print reading, welding symbols, math, and welding codes.
Contact #: (800) 243-9482 Ext 6326

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College Welding Technology - New Richmond Campus
1019 S. Knowles Ave. New Richmond, WI 54017

Are you looking for a high-demand career? Learn the latest skills from experienced instructors who will provide you with plenty of hands-on training. WITC follows the American Welding Society Skill Standards to provide you with knowledge and skills in welding theory, fabrication, layout, print reading, welding symbols, math, and welding codes.
Contact #: (800) 243-9482 Ext 4355