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Accelerate Your Career With Our Combination Welding Program
Miller-Motte College’s comprehensive Combination Welding program prepares you for positions in the welding industry. We combine classroom-style education with hands-on learning to prepare you for what a career in combination welding will be like once you graduate. With enrollment starting on a rolling basis and programs that can be completed in 10 months, your dream career is in your near future! By the end of our program, you should be prepared to take welding certification exams meeting the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) standards.*
Training Available at Raleigh, NC campus.
*Miller-Motte College cannot guarantee job placement, salary or employment
*MMC does not guarantee third-party certifications. Certification requirements for taking and passing certification examinations are not controlled by MMC but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agencies without notice to MMC. Therefore, MMC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification examinations, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.
Skills You'll Cover in the Combination welding Program
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding
- Gas Metal Arc Welding
- Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
- Flux-cored Arc Welding
- Plasma Arc Cutting
- Welding Repairs
- Cleaning Welds
- Part Fabrication
Ready To Get Started?
Start learning with Miller-Motte College and get on your way to the transportation and driving career training you’ve been dreaming of. Our flexible scheduling and affordable options make Miller-Motte College a great place for you to pursue your certificate in Combination Welding. Talk to an admissions representative today.
What Does a Welder Do?
Still unsure if Combination Welding is the program for you? Let’s walk through some of the main tasks and day-to-day routine of what it looks like to be a welder.*
*MMC cannot guarantee employment or salary.
- Chipping and cleaning completed welds
- Repairing welds
- Creating machine parts, equipment, and motors
- Filling holes, indentations, and seams
- Welding a number of materials, such as: plates, pipes, carbon & low alloy steel pipe, aluminum pipe and plates