Welding and Metal Fabrication employs a unique, hands-on, project-based learning strategy to teach students effective welding skills. An innovative industry-based curriculum blends applicable math, science, and metallurgy with state-of-the-art equipment.
In this program students work with a variety of metals to produce and assemble products for machinery, tanks, pipes, stacks, and parts for buildings.
Safety is of paramount importance and students begin their training with a strong foundation of safety measures, and build upon those critical skills for the entire time in the program.
The Welding and Metal Fabrication Program develops student skills for eventual entry-level career opportunities upon graduation. Graduates can work in positions as a welder, welding inspector, iron worker, pipe welder, fabrication fitter, welding equipment sales, custom fabricator, and diver welder.
Welding and Metal Fabrication Customer Work
Requests for FCTS welding and metal fabrication work must provide educational value to the students and must align with the curriculum. If you are a municipal group or non-profit organization, or to find out more about FCTS welding work, please contact Maggie Nugent, Director of Career and Technical Education.
It is the policy of the Franklin County Technical School not to discriminate on the basis of homeless status, sex, race, religion, age, sexual orientation, transgender, gender identity, creed, color, national origin or disability in its educational programs, activities or employment policies.