Welding and Joining Technology
Are you intrigued by the way metal structures are assembled and built? Gwinnett Tech's Welding and Joining Technology program prepares you to operate and maintain the machines that fabricate and repair metal structures. Jobs in this field are in high demand in all different industries. At Gwinnett Tech, you'll learn various arc welding techniques to become a skilled welding technician.
Gwinnett Tech’s Welding and Joining program currently offers five HOPE Career Grants. HOPE Career Grants provide free tuition assistance toward educational costs for eligible students enrolled in an approved designated program of study. Students must be eligible for, and receiving, the HOPE Grant or Zell Miller Grant to be awarded the HOPE Career Grant. It provides assistance with educational costs that are not covered by the HOPE or Zell Miller Grants.
- Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welder, Certificate
- Flux Cored Arc Welder, Certificate
- Gas Metal Arc Welder, Certificate
- Gas Tungsten Arc Welder, Certificate
- Welding and Joining Technology, Diploma
Take the first step toward a career in Welding and Joining Technology and apply for next semester! Important dates and deadlines are listed to get you started and if you're looking for ways to pay for your education, explore our scholarships for this program, as well as state and federal funds for which you may be eligible. You can also learn about our faculty and clubs and organizations to join!
Gwinnett Tech builds relationships with local subject-matter experts to develop advisory boards who provide feedback that ensures we deliver relevant industry-specific curriculum for today’s high-demand careers. See who serves on our Welding and Joining Technology advisory board.