Bellingham Technical College Welding Program
3028 Lindbergh Ave. Bellingham WA 98225

The Welding Technology Program prepares students for employment in the metal and construction trades. This is a field that continues to grow and is in very high demand, at high family wage potential. Students will gain experiences and competencies in all major welding, cutting and fabrication theory, processes, and Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO) welding certification testing procedures. Students can earn a certificate or Associate of Applied Science or Applied Science Transfer degree in Welding with a specialization in Structural Steel Welding and Fabricating, Pipe Welding and Fabricating, or Aluminum/Steel Welding and Fabricating.
Contact #: (360) 752-8345

Big Bend Community College Welding Program
7662 Chanute Street N.E Moses Lake, WA 98837

The Welding Technology program is designed for persons to acquire the technical knowledge and skills required to obtain a career in welding, fabrication, and related occupations. Graduates may qualify for positions in industries such as machinery fabrication, structural fabrication, pipe fabrication, plant maintenance, and trade occupations which require welding skills.
Contact #: (509) 793-2262

Blackwell Job Corps
4155 County Highway H Laona, WI 54541

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 #: (715) 674-2311

Centralia College Welding Program
600 Centralia College Blvd., Centralia WA 98531

The Welding Technology program prepares students to compete for employment as an entry-level welder in building trades, ship building, structural fabrication, automatic and semiautomatic welding, and in maintenance welding.
Contact #: (360) 736-9391

Clover Park Technical College Welding Program
4500 Steilacoom Blvd. SW Lakewood, WA 98499

Designed to develop the technical knowledge and skills required for entry-level employment in welding, metal fabrication, and related occupations. Graduates may qualify for several types of positions in industries such as machine manufacturing, industrial maintenance, and construction.
Contact #: (253) 589-5641 or (253) 589-5997

Columbia Basin College Welding Program
2600 North 20th Avenue, Pasco, WA 99301

Welding Technology is a two-year program that includes both theoretical and practical training in basic and advanced welding techniques. Areas covered include shield metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, pipe welding, and fabrication.
Contact #: (509) 544-4914

Columbia Basin Jobs Corp Center
6739 24th Street Building 2402 Moses Lake, WA 98837

In addition to academic training, Columbia Basin provides career technical training in several vocational trades. 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 #: (509) 762-5581

Curlew Job Corps
3 Campus Street Curlew, WA 99118

In addition to academic training, Curlew Job Corps provides career technical training in several vocational trades. 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 #: (800) 513-4884

Everett Community College Welding and Fabrication Program
2000 Tower Street · Everett, WA 98201

The Welding Program at Everett Community College offers a wide variety of classes to meet the needs of students whose goals range from those seeking employment in the Metal Trades Industry to the home hobbyist. Classes are offered both days and evenings.
Contact #: (425) 388-9212

Grays Harbor College
1620 Edward P. Smith Drive Aberdeen WA 98520

Welding touches virtually all construction, manufacturing, and repair work. Some typical projects for construction welders include bridges, power plants, airports, prisons, breweries, refineries, aqueducts, dams, hi-ways, shopping malls, railroads, and gas, oil, and water piping systems. Welders will also be involved in the maintenance, repair, and modification of these projects.
Contact #: (360) 538-4011

Green River Community College Welding Programs
12401 SE 320th Street Auburn, WA 98092

The Welding Technology program at Green River Community College offers you training in multiple welding styles, in preparation for immediate employment in this diverse field. Job placement of graduates from this program is excellent. Welders join pieces of metal by placing them close together, heating them until the metal flows, and fuses to form a cohesive bond. They control this joining process by concentrating the heat from a gas torch or electric arc and by using metal rods to supply extra metal. Welders must wear protective clothing, shoes, hoods, and goggles to prevent burns.
Contact #: (253) 833-9111

Lake Washington Institute of Technology Welding and Fabrication Program - Kirkland Campus
11605 132nd Avenue NE Kirkland, WA 98034

Learn the latest processes and techniques, read blueprints and fabricate products of various shapes and sizes as you gain the skills used on construction projects, in manufacturing, industrial plants, and in maintenance industries. Upon completion, students are prepared to pass the Washington Association of Building Officials test.
Contact #: (425) 739-8347

Lower Columbia College Welding Technology
1600 Maple Street Longview, WA 98632

The Welding Technology program includes the study of metal properties, practical experience in manufacturing methods, production and assembly line welding. The program is designed for people who want to prepare for the state welding examination or qualify for welding jobs in the manufacturing, maintenance or construction fields.
Contact #: (360) 442-2311

Peninsula College Welding Program
1502 East Lauridsen Boulevard Dots Port Angeles Washington Dots 98362

This two-year competency-based program leads to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Welding Technology and provides skills and related technical knowledge necessary for advancement in the metals industry. Instruction includes classroom study as well as extensive practice in the welding lab. Peninsula College provides Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO) certification testing for students in an approved facility on the campus.
Contact #: (360) 417-6541

Renton Technical College Welding Technology
3000 NE 4th St Renton, WA 98056

This program is designed to prepare welders for jobs in manufacturing, fabrication, and construction trades. This program is comprehensive. Courses include Blueprint Reading and Layout, Metallurgy for Welders, Applied Mathematics, Shop Safety, and hands-on training in GMAW, FCAW, SMAW, FTAW, OAW, and thermal cutting.
Contact #: (425) 235-2483

Skagit Valley College Welding Program - Mount Vernon Campus
2405 East College Way Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Are you thinking of taking up the torch? High-tech manufacturing applications are creating a need for highly trained welders. Enter SVC's exceptional welding program and begin your career today! The program includes Welding Technology Associate in Technical Arts degree and Certificate Programs.
Contact #: (360) 416-7697

South Puget Sound Community College Welding Program
2011 Mottman Road SW, Olympia, Wa 98512

Welding is a precision craft that demands concentration and training. If you're interested in a career in welding, South Puget Sound Community College is committed to providing you the best training available. In our Welding Shop you'll work on trailers, tanks, bumpers, your own home projects and metallic artwork. You'll also have the opportunity through our Cooperative Work Experience program to work part time in a related industry job.
Contact #: (360) 596-5220 or (360) 596-5312

South Seattle Community College Welding
6000 16th Avenue S.W. Seattle, WA 98106

Training includes all facets of welding and fabrication operations including planning operation sequence, applying knowledge of geometry, heat effects and metal properties, positioning, fitting, welding and material handling. Computer training is included so that WFT graduates can program and operate state-of-the-art computer-controlled machinery. Special projects are also offered for the journey-level weld fabricator desiring to update skills and certification.
Contact #: (206) 934-6818, (206) 934-6818 or (206) 934-6694

Spokane Community College Welding and Fabrication Technology
1810 N Greene St Spokane, WA 99217

Welding is one of the most common and dependable methods of joining materials together. Fabrication is the process of blueprint reading, layout, cutting and preparing materials for assembly. Employment of welder/fabricators is expected to increase rapidly as a result of the favorable outlook for metalworking industries and the wider use of the welding process.
Contact #: (509) 533-7154 or (509) 533-7356

Walla Walla Community College Welding
500 Tausick Way Walla Walla, WA 99362

Welding Technology offers a certified, state-of-the-art welding facility complemented by certified welding instructors. Students train and learn to meet the current certification requirements of manufacturing and construction industries and exploring many career alternatives related to the welding industry. The program's technical training complies with American Welding Society (AWS)S.E.N.S.E. standards, increases the students' understanding of welding and the related science, meets employers' expectations, and increases the students' ability to compete in the employment marketplace.
Contact #: (509) 527-4219

West Sound Technical Skills Center Welding Technology
101 National Ave NBremerton, WA 98312

Welding and Joining technology is a rewarding, though demanding field. If you have the following strengths, you could well be on your way to becoming a success following any one of the many career paths provided by this technology: good mechanical ability, logical mind, learning skills, a team player, imagination, good physical condition, self-discipline and patience, and a sense of integrity.
Contact #: (360) 473-0581

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