Production Welding


Production Welding


Production Welding teaches students several welding processes, using a variety of materials and techniques. Welding processes include: Arc, Oxy-Acetylene welding and cutting, MIG, TIG and Plasma cutting. Shop safety rules and practices, as well as, the use of many hand tools are included in classroom instruction and are practiced in the lab setting.
Career opportunities for students who complete this program include:
  • Factory welder
  • Production welder
  • Welder cutter
  • Welder fitter
Instructor Information 
 Mark Stevens, Instructor
Michelle Sutter, Project Assistant 

Wage Estimates
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers
Median:   $39,390/year
Top 10%: $64,070/year
(US Bureau of Labor Statistics)

College Credit
Available for Transfer
Upon Completion of this Program
(Certain requirements may be necessary for award of credit)
Lakeland Community College (Tech Prep): 10 credits
Kent State University: 30 credits
Ohio Two and Four Year Public Colleges: Up to 10 Credits

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