Basic Mig Welding-8 weeks

Class Times:  Monday-Thursday, 8:00am-12:30pm

The Basic Mig 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 Facility.

Cost: $3,500; includes textbook and tool kit

Requirement:  state issued photo ID

Location: Alfred Saliba Family Service Center (Downtown Dothan)

Students should register by contacting Sonja Lyles at the Alfred Saliba Family Service Center (334) 712-1542

Scholarships available to those who qualify

 

Location:  Gary Hall, Dothan Campus
334-556-2219
kforehand@wallace.edu

Office Hours
Mon – Thur: 7:30am – 4:30pm
Fri: 7:30am – 2:00pm