Clark State offers two welding courses at the Greene County Career Center:
In this nine-week, 72-hour course, you'll gain a basic technical understanding of ARC, MIG and TIG welding fundamentals, welding safety and equipment operation. Get hands-on welding experience in a modern ARC complete lab setting to assist you to develop the manual skills needed to make high quality welds, utilizing the processes on various metals.
Students are responsible for personal welding supplies including: welding jacket, helmet, gloves, welding hammer, wire brush, safety glasses and steel-toed shoes.
|August 23 – October 20||Tuesday/Thursday||6 - 10 p.m.|
|November 1 – January 18||Tuesday/Thursday||6 - 10 p.m.|
|January 17 – March 18||Tuesday/Thursday||6 - 10 p.m.|
|March 21 – May 18||Tuesday/Thursday||6 - 10 p.m.|
Career-oriented welders should consider this six-week, 48-hour course. Training includes entry-level skills of gas tungsten ARC welding, plus focuses on the specifications and techniques used in this industry. Previous welding experience is highly recommended before taking this course.
|October 10 – November 16||Monday/Wednesday||6 - 10 p.m.|
|January 23 – March 6||Monday/Wednesday||6 - 10 p.m.|
|April 10 – May 17||Monday/Wednesday||6 - 10 p.m.|