The Welding Technology program is a two-year program designed to help you gain the basic welding, metal fabrication, math and problem solving skills needed to qualify for entry-level employment or apprenticeship. In this program, you’ll learn arc, gas, braze, MIG and TIG welding, and also receive OSHA 10 safety training and certification.
This CTE program is available at:
Note: Basic Welding is available as an elective, non-pathway class to Applied Technology Center (Milford High School) students who have successfully completed the Precision Machining program.
Sample Career Pathways for Manufacturing & Machine Tech Graduates (Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
|Job Title||Projected Job Growth Through 2028||Average Yearly Salary|
|Welder,Cutter, Solderer & Braiser||14,500||$42,490|
|Sheet Metal Worker||11,400||$50,400|