Overview

Welding II students focus on completing the AWS (American Welding Society) Sense Level 1 industry certification. Welding Technology II builds on the skills covered in Welding Technology I, and successful students have opportunities to complete internships at local companies during the spring semester. Instructional activities may include working on school and client projects to expose students to real world situations. OSHA standards and guidelines endorsed by AWS are used to enforce safety at all times..

 

WHEN YOU FINISH

Students who have earned the Ivy Tech Certificate in Structural Welding are eligible to participate in Ivy Tech Richmond’s graduation ceremony. Students can also go on to earn a Technical Certificate in Welding Technology or an Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology. Other options are to enter full-time employment, enter apprenticeships, join the military, and/or continue education and training on the job and in college.

 

Industry Certifications

 

Dual College Credits

  • WELD 109 Oxy-Fuel Gas Welding & Cutting
    Ivy Tech  |  3 credits
    Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
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  • WELD 207 Gas Metal Arc Welding
    Ivy Tech  |  3 credits
    Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
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  • WELD 208 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
    Ivy Tech  |  3 credits
    Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
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  • WELD 272 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding II
    Ivy Tech  |  3 credits
    Pre-requisite applies. Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
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  • WELD 273 Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II
    Ivy Tech  |  3 credits
    Pre-requisite applies. Qualifies for THD Priority Dual Credits.
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