Welding and Advanced Manufacturing
Welding is valuable in a wide variety of careers. In construction, ironworkers weld structural steel components and rebar on bridge and building projects. Pipefitters and fabricators use welding for plumbing, public utilities, HVAC, and many more applications. In addition, skilled welders are employed to manufacture a wide variety of products in Vermont, from lamps to pizza ovens, and work in the repair of everything heavy trucks to machinery used in cheese factories!
Advanced Manufacturing covers a wide range of topics and industries. Computer Numeric Control (CNC) processes are widely used in small shops and large. CNC and welding skills together are a great combination for career advancement!
Winter/Spring 2024 Introductory Welding Classes to start your career
You can click on any of the locations below to learn more about a welding class near you!
2024 Advanced Manufacturing and Intermediate/Advanced Welding classes
January 6 in Newport: Welding/Metal Fabrication
January 12 in Springfield: VMEC Lean 101
January 29 in Springfield: Intro to CAM and CNC
February 6 in Bennington: CNC Technician
February 9 in St. Albans: Welding Level II
March 19 in Bennington: CNC Machining
May 22 in Rutland: Weld-02