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Phone: (402): 471-3333
This welding school in Nebraska offers an Associate’s Degree in Welding program as well as two other shorter welding programs. They teach all of the major welding processes including TIG, MIG, FCAW and stick welding on plate as well as pipe. In classroom learning will consist of welding theory, blueprint reading, metallurgy and welding codes.
One of the great aspects of this welding school is that you will have the opportunity to get a couple welding certifications. You will take the AWS D1.1 (structural steel) and ASME Section IX (pipe welding). Both of these certifications allow you to communicate your skills on paper to future employers thus opening more doors for you.
In addition to learning plate and pipe (mild steel) welding you will also learn how to weld stainless and aluminum. I really like what this school has to offer and it is probably one of the best welding schools in Nebraska.
Central Community College offers two welding programs where you can earn either an Associate’s Degree or a Technology Diploma program. Both programs are offered at their Columbus, NE, Grand Island, NE and Hastings, NE campuses. The welding degree program can be finished in as little as two years and the diploma program is even shorter. You can view a complete list of all welding classes that you will take while enrolled in their welding program.
All of the common welding processes are taught in addition to metal cutting and brazing.