Welding Certificate - Riverland


Students learn welds in various positions and joint design. Hands-on experience and learning the welding codes will help you work toward becoming a certified welder. Another advantage of our program is that you can maintain your job while taking classes.

Count on gaining practical knowledge of a vast range of welding processes needed by today’s employers.

Typical Work Tasks

People who work in this career often:

  • Operate grinding equipment.
  • Operate metal or plastic forming equipment.
  • Adjust equipment controls to regulate gas flow.
  • Align parts or workpieces to ensure proper assembly.
  • Apply protective or decorative finishes to workpieces or products.
  • Assemble metal or plastic parts or products.
  • Assemble metal structures.
  • Assemble temporary equipment or structures.
  • Cut industrial materials in preparation for fabrication or processing.
  • Disassemble equipment for maintenance or repair.

Typical Wages

Wages listed below are for a variety of experience and education levels. 

This career: $23.93 / hour 23.93
Statewide median: $23.81 / hour 23.81

This career pays above the statewide median wage.


    Last Updated: January 26, 2023

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