Our list of welding schools in North Carolina offers a variety of options in welding education. Be sure to do your due diligence in researching any welding school that you intened on pursuing. Our site, Class One Welding has no affiliation with any of the schools, colleges or apprenticeships listed anywhere on this page. If you would like a welding school or educational center added to our North Carolina list please contact us or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.
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This North Carolina welding school offers an AAS (Welding Associate Degree in Applied Science), Welding Technology Diploma and a basic welding program. All of the major welding processes will be taught to you including SMAW/Stick, GTAW/TIG, GMAW/MIG as well as Flux Cored Arc welding. You will learn to weld plate to AWS D1.1 standards and pipe to ASME Section IX standards. In classroom learning consists of welding theory, blueprint reading and other industry related classes. In addition to welding skills you will also learn how to use a metal cutting torch and plasma cutter.
Blue Ridge Community College offers a wide variety of welding programs that allow you to earn an Associates Degrees in Welding or you can take a shorter program about specific types of welding. Here are some of the welding programs this college offers.
Welding Technology – Associate in Applied Science Degree Program
Guilford has a two welding programs, Welding Technology Diploma and Welding Technology Certificate. The diploma program is geared towards people wanting a welding career while the certificate program is more of a lighter program.