The Blinn College District’s Welding Program offers competency-based training in welding technology for students pursuing college credit or participating in continuing education. The hands-on, skills development curriculum includes basic metallurgy and inspection procedures in addition to various welding techniques and processes.

College credit programs build upon each other and include a Certificate I, Certificate II, and an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in welding technologies (information links are available below). With the credit program, technique coursework is interwoven with blueprint reading, quality control and inspection, and hands-on experience provided through internships.

Blinn offers credit welding courses at the Highway 60 Training Center in College Station. Other non-credit technical skills training are available in College Station, the A.W. Hodde, Jr., Technical Education Center in Brenham, and on the Schulenburg Campus.

To see Blinn's full schedule of upcoming courses from the Division of Technical and Community Programs, please select the link below:

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