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INDUSTRIAL WELDING

Welding N.O.W. is made possible through a US Department of Labor Grant as a jobs driven training program. The Welding N.O.W. supports Lakeland with funding to purchase additional welding equipment and supplies; critically review and revise our curriculum in consultation with area employers, and finally to provide one to one assistance to students to address barriers which may interfere with a student's academic and career success - and to assist with job placement. There is a research component to this funding which is the reason for asking for demographic and employment information. Researchers from New Growth will contact a sample of program participants following completion of your studies. The Department of Labor will evaluate the success of this model in order to be considered for replication in other colleges and other industries.

New skills in demand for high paying jobs
One to one staff to assist you
Welding certificates build to a degree

Welding Careers

Wages
Average $17.22 hourly.

Area Employers
Air Technical
Airgas Great Lakes
Babcock & Wilcox
Buyers Products
Component Repair Technologies
Cristal
Demag Crane
Lincoln Electric
Swagelok

Occupations
MIG, TIG, Pipe welding, Fabrication Welder, Fitter Welder, Maintenance Welder, Certified Welding Inspector, Welding Educator Manager, Supervisor, Shop Owner. Research and Development, Sales, Tech Support, Engineering

 

Welding N.O.W. Highlights
  • Lakeland was featured in the American Welding Society December 2016 publication. Click here to check it out!
  • Congratulations to Lakeland welding student Joey Jarmuszkiewicz, who placed first in the nation for the 2017 SkillsUSA welding competition!
     

Learn more about the careers you can look forward to pursuing with a degree in Industrial Welding.

 

Hear from instructors, students and welding professionals on how Lakeland's Industrial Welding program can work for you!

 

Welding Instructor Jesse Srpan on being a welding and fabrication tradesperson.

 


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