Welding Technology

Welding Technology

Program Description
» Use advanced welding techniques and fabrication equipment to join, cut, bend, and manipulate metal for industrial or artistic applications.
» Utilize a wide range of welding processes to earn essential industry-recognized certifications.
» Design and construct metal products used every day.
CAREER FOCUS: Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
Program Courses - Buffalo Campus
» Gas Metal Arc Welding
» Welding Technologies
» Shielded Metal Arc Welding
» Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
 
Program Courses - Zanesville Campus
» Welding Technologies
» Shielded Metal Arc Welding
» Gas Metal Arc Welding
» Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
 
Certifications
» 
OSHA 10 Construction
» API - at Pioneer
» AWS
» First Aid CPR
 
College Credit Opportunities*
CCP - College Credit Plus - Zanesville Campus Only
» WELD 1100 Intro to Welding/Cutting Safety and Process
» WELD 1130 Basic SMAW I
» W ELD 1140 Basic SMAW II
Articulated - Zane State College 
» WELD 1100 Intro to Welding/Cutting Safety and Process
» WELD 1130 Basic SMAW I (4) 
*Note: Qualitifications Apply  
 
Career Opportunities
Buffalo Instructor 
 
Instructor: Kevin French
Teaching since: 2012
Teaching at Mid-East since: 2012
Credentials: Attended Bowling Green University
Field Experience:  Stewart Glapat Corp., Mettler Toledo Scale Corporation, Buckeye Supply Company, and Self-Employed with own welding business
Other Roles @ Mid-East: SkillsUSA Advisor
Notable Awards/Accomplishments: Attended Washington County Career Center, Belmont Technical College
Hobbies/Interests: Fishing, Hunting, Welding 
 
Zanesville Instructor 
Instructor: Dave Irvin
Teaching since: 1979
Teaching at Mid-East since: 1991
Credentials: BSC The Ohio State University
Field Experience: Ohio Coal and Construction, Wheeling Pittsburg Steel, Jefferson Technical College, Belmont Technical College 
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