The certificate program equips students with the essential entry-level skills required
to work as a welder. Students are eligible to take American Welding Society (AWS)
certification exams. This program also offers students the necessary skills to read
blueprints. Full-time students are prepared to sit for AWS certification in four months.
Students may find employment as welders, fabricators or grinders.
The associate degree program, which includes courses in mathematics, science and blueprint reading, provides students with the skills and knowledge to work as welding specialists. Successful completion prepares graduates for several industry certifying examinations. Additionally, advanced certifications are available through CCAC’s elective course offerings. Graduates may seek employment as welders, welding shop supervisors or as advanced certified welders.
Welding Programs at CCAC