June classes are now forming at St. Charles Community College for a nationally recognized American Welding Certificate that covers welding techniques in manufacturing.
The certificate includes skills training in the following areas:
Flexible lab and classroom opportunities allow participants to earn industry credentials that validate their skills in welding. Current welders who want to improve their skills are also welcome to apply.
“The benefits of a welding certification are that there are so many industries that need welders today: fabrication, manufacturing industries, mining, the petroleum and energy industries, and steel and bridge construction,” said Fay Aubuchon, associate director of workforce programs and services at SCC. “Welders are in high demand and the salaries are high, too.”
For information on registering for this program, contact Patty McNamee at 636-255-6060 x 5213 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Classes begin in June.
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