Welding


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For more information contact:
 
Pete Noblet
906.217.4052

nobletp@baycollege.edu

Bay College
2001 N Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI 49829

Welding is the most common way of permanently joining metal art in construction and repairing a multitude of manufactured products, building structures and vehicles ranging from automobiles to spacecraft. Technical skills learned will be in the use of welding tools and machines, safety, various types of welds, materials, cutting techniques, blueprint reading, testing procedures, metallurgy, and fabrication.

Employment Potential: The Certificate Program provides individuals with a wide array of skills applicable to construction welding, ship building, fitting, industrial and production welding.