Welding Technology, I-BEST

LWTech Accounting Assistant I-BEST programCertificate Information and Schedule

  • Certificate Length: 2 Quarters
  • Credits: 36
  • I-BEST Start Dates: All quarters

The I-BEST Welding Technology Certificate teaches students the latest welding processes and techniques to begin a successful career in the high-paying, high-demand industry of welding. I-BEST Welding Technology students will learn welding skills used in construction projects, manufacturing, industrial plants, and maintenance industries. Students will also learn to read blueprints and fabricate a variety of products. Welding Technology students prepare to take the Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO) test. I-BEST Welding Introduction Certificate graduates can continue studying at LWTech to complete additional certifcates or a Welding Technology Associate’s (AAS) degree.

Learn more about LWTech's Welding Introduction program

I-BEST Welding Introduction Course Sequence

To read course descriptions, see the online College Catalog page for I-BEST Welding Introduction. 

Employment and Wages

What does a Welding career look like in the United States? 

The U.S. Department of Labor has an occupational profile for Welders with information about projected employment, typical wages, and career growth at CareerOneStop.

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