This program is designed to teach specific skills in all aspects of the welding trade, including blueprint
reading, metallurgy, oxy-acetylene and semi-automatic cutting, brazing, and industry standard welding
processes in a standard set of positions. Students learn welding processes to work with cast iron, brass,
aluminum, stainless steel and alloy metals. Apprenticeship opportunities with over 10 skilled craft unions
are available through the Construction Apprenticeship Tech Prep Consortium for graduates.
American Welding Society certification is available by appointment during the day at TEC. Program
completers will be prepared for AWS certification in most processes. Individuals who have welding
experience but desire AWS certification should call 913-288-7800 to make arrangements for evaluation
and testing or review sessions.
Requirements for admission to the program:
? No requirements for admission to the program.
? Contact program for program-specific advising.