Career and Technical Education Spotlight: Welding
We are continuing to highlight our Career and Technical Education Programs. Today we are featuring the NFA Welding program!
The Welding Technology Program is designed to provide students with a fundamental background in the major aspects of arc welding, plasma arc cutting, oxyacetylene, MIG welding and TIG welding, along with an opportunity to develop successful welding and fabricating techniques. Students will perform a wide range of welding processes using advanced welding techniques, assemble and fabricate specialized metal products and practice welds needed for weld certification. In addition, students will use modern power tools/equipment, and interpret fabrication blueprints, prepare for professional welding technology careers, immediate employment, or further education.
Scholars learn under the direction of Mr. Eric Czarnecki.
Scholars in the Welding pathway will take courses: Basic Welding, Welding I with a lab, and Welding II with a lab, in addition to their high school courses.
(Please note, all photos were taken prior to the necessity of COVID-19 precautions.)
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