Welding 2

Our Welding 2 pipe welding program prepares students with the best best tools to take on challenging welding jobs, including pipefitter, pipeline welder, or boilermaker.

Students gain the skills to perform welding on various materials at defined positions, learn to effectively cut pipes using port-a-band and reciprocating saws, and become competent in assembling, fabricating, and installing a variety of metal pipes, pipe fittings, and related materials. 

Students become exceptionally well-versed in determining proper welds to use based on the type of materials involved and situation, and they gain the ability to read and interpret schematics, drawings, and blueprints to effectively plan and lay out a sequence of installations. 

Our coursework is aligned with the American Welding Society's SENSE Standards

Welding Level 2 tuition is $6,556         Starting salary for welding is $33,608 per year         The Welding Level 2 program takes 6 months to complete

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2019–2020 Program Dates

Please note that end dates are approximate.

Full-Time

Start Date End Date Days Time Status

9/9/2019

2/11/2020 M-Th 7:30am–4:00pm  

1/6/2020

5/28/2020 M-Th 7:30am–4:00pm  

4/6/2020

10/1/2020 M-Th 7:30am–4:00pm  

 

Part-Time

Start Date End Date Days Time Status

2/3/2020

12/1/2020 M-Th

7:30am–11:30am

 

 

Program Cost

 

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Earning Potential 

Occupation Projected Job Growth 2014-2024 10% Wage 25% Wage Median Wage 90% Wage
Welders, Cutters, and Welder Fitters 26% 13.60/hr ($28,280/yr)

16.18/hr ($33,650/yr)

18.55/hr ($38,590/yr)

28.05/hr ($58,340/yr)

Wage information is based on the O*NET Online Occupational Database and Career One Stop for the Denver Metro Area. Entry-level employees can expect wages between the 10% and 25% rates in the first 1-3 years in a job. The 90% Wage is typical of someone who has been working in the occupation for 7 years or more. 

*Salary is not guaranteed and should be used as a guideline only. 

 

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