Welding & Fabrication School
J-Tech’s Welding and Fabrication Training Program provides hands-on training using the specialized tools and equipment you’ll find in the welding industry today, including TIG welders, MIG welders, STICK welders, flux cored welders, shielding gas cylinders, consumable welding wires, welding clamps, oxy-acetylene, plasma arc cutting, carbon arc cutting, a variety of alloys, and various types of rigging equipment. We purposely design our workshop to represent the real-world welding and fabrication equipment you can expect to find in the workplace.
If you’re looking for a trade that is truly hands-on and in-demand, a career in welding and fabrication is a great option. One reason is the fact that so many industries rely on the skills of professional welders in their daily operations. In fact, there are about 49,200 job openings for welders every year in industries that include automotive, construction, manufacturing, and others.* All of whom need qualified welders to meet the demands of their businesses.
But at J-Tech, our goal is to help you acquire not just technical training, but also to build the essential skills that will improve your chances of advancing in the industry. That’s why our program also includes courses in Business Communications, Critical Thinking & Workplace Ethics, Career Planning, Computer Application, and Physical Sciences. We’ll also help you prepare for the various certification exams so you can hit the ground running after graduation.
*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/production/welders-cutters-solderers-and-brazers.htm
Contact our admissions department and schedule your personal interview. It’s the perfect time to get all your questions answered and to learn more about the program.
Fill out and submit the required forms. (Enrollment agreement, application and fee, and transcripts).
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Meet with one of our Financial Aid Officers to determine what financial aid you may be eligible for.
As a graduate of the J-Tech Welding and Fabrication Technology program, you’ll be ready to get certified and get to work in an entry-level career in the welding and fabrication industry.
In just 18 months, you’ll learn:
Professional welders can look for work in a variety of industries including automotive, construction, manufacturing, trucking & railroads, factory production & manufacturing, ironworks, and more.
Put our relationships to work for your future! We partner with local employers and industry leaders to stay on the cutting edge of the welding industry.