Ivy Tech Community College Evansville Campus will offer a Welding Certification Preparation course beginning February 19 in Warrick county.
The 80-hour course will meet Mondays and Wednesdays, from 6-10 p.m., February 19 – May 1, at Castle High School in Newburgh.
This course focuses on safety, techniques, joint preparation, and proper machine setup to prepare students to earn the American Welding Society SMAW certification. Total tuition is $2,650 and all personal protective equipment, tools, and testing fees are included.
The course is open to the public and employer-sponsored students. Full funding is available through WorkOne and WorkINdiana, for qualifying students (INTraining #: 6025).
To register, call 812-429-9810 or email email@example.com.
In addition to SMAW (stick) welding, the College also provides hands-on instruction for the most common welding processes and cutting methods used in industry, including MIG, TIG, and oxyfuel welding, as well as oxyfuel cutting and plasma cutting.
Ivy Tech also offers courses in pipe welding and welding fabrication. Ivy Tech Community College is an American Welding Society Accredited Test Facility. Ivy Tech provides on-site certification testing services for employers throughout the region. Three fully-equipped welding technology labs are available for workforce training at campus locations in Evansville (16 booths), Princeton (12 booths), and Tell City (16 booths).
Ivy Tech Workforce Alignment offers one-on-one support to employers who are ready to design customized training solutions for their team in 2019. Learn more at ivytech.edu/TrainedAndReady.