Welding I & II

pagetitles-ACEWeldingsmIndustrial and Engineering Technology ICON100Welding I Course No. 8672

Welding II Course No. 8673

ACEVRlogo100Offered at the Advanced Career Education (ACE) Center at Virginia Randolphitshere200

ACE @ Virginia Randolph Instructors: Carlos Savory

Support The Tradesmain copyState Course Title: Welding I, Welding II. 

If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging career that offers many opportunities for growth and development, you might want to consider welding. Welding is the process of joining metal parts together using heat and pressure. Welding is essential for many industries, such as construction, manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, and more. Welding is also a creative and artistic skill that can be used to make sculptures, jewelry, and other crafts.

Welding is not only a valuable skill, but also a fulfilling one. Welders enjoy working with their hands, solving problems, and seeing the results of their work. Welders also have a sense of pride and accomplishment in contributing to important projects that benefit society. Welding is a career that can make a difference in the world.

Welding is also a career that offers flexibility and variety. Welders can work in different settings, such as indoors or outdoors, in factories or on-site, in teams or independently. Welders can also specialize in different types of welding, such as arc welding, gas welding, resistance welding, or laser welding. Welders can also learn new skills and techniques as technology advances and new materials are developed.

Welding is a career that can provide stability and security. Welders are in high demand and have many job opportunities across the country and around the world. Welders can also earn a good income and enjoy benefits such as health insurance, retirement plans, and paid vacations. Welding is a career that can support you and your family.

Welding is a 2 year program. It is required by a wide variety of industries—anywhere fusible materials and high heat are needed to manufacture, repair, or alter tools and products. Students in Welding I are taught to use manual welding, cutting, and electrical arc welding processes to fabricate and join metal parts according to diagrams, blueprints, and specifications. Students will also learn all safety related practices and techniques, applytoACEbutton200including earning the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10 card and the (American Welding Society) SENSE, Level 1, Entry Level Welder, certification.