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Industrial Welding

The Industrial Welding program prepares students for employment in the welding industry as structural welders in a production environment. Students will gain hands-on experience with Oxy-fuel cutting, Plasma Arc Cutting, Gas Metal Arc Welding as well as an overview of blueprint reading and basic mathematics. The program includes a wide variety of welding experiences for structural and production welding. Students can exit the program with a certificate in welding and an AWS welding certification. In addition, the Wallace Campus has been designated by the American Welding Society as an Accredited Testing Facilities.

Cost: $3,500; includes textbook and tool kit
Course length: 12 weeks, Monday through Thursday, 5 to 8 pm
Location: Wallace Campus

Prerequisites include:

  • High school diploma or equivalent

Course registration:

To register for the Industrial Welding course, please call (334) 556-2203 or visit

Wallace Community College
Workforce Development Division located in Gary Hall


This course is approved for WIOA funding.

Download the Industrial Welding brochure.