Welding Class Descriptions

Welding Class Descriptions

List of Welding classes with descriptions, this is a .pdf from the 2011-2012 catalog.

20 thoughts on “Welding Class Descriptions

  1. Hi Mr. Miller,
    What classes do I need to take to become a certified welder? Approximately how long does the whole process take?

    Thanks,
    John

    • John,
      Weld 100 would be the best class to start with. Then the process class, SMAW, GTAW, GMAW.
      Weld 135, Weld 136, and Weld 108. Certified welders need more than welding skills and these other classes will provide them.

  2. mr. miller, im already certified in SMAW & FCAW. im interested in obtaining a 6-G pipe certification.Do i register directly at polomar college for the spring semester? And i would like to know how much i need to pay for the course. Thank you for your time.

  3. I am a job coach for Employment and Community Options based in San Diego. We work with the developmentally disabled with the goal of teaching life skills, where needed, but also helping them develop the skills needed to work in a field of interest, if able. My participant is more than capable of learning a trade, and his interest is in metalworking. He has set the goal of beginning classes in the spring of 2012.
    Much appreciated, Ann

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