Welding and Fabrication
UAS Ketchikan offers basic, intermediate and advanced topics in welding each semester.
- Hands-on training in all welding processes with current equipment
- Learn the kind of welding you are interested in
- Classes tailored to students’ interests and needs
- Additional specialty classes offered as demand warrants. For the art enthusiast, a welding art class is offered periodically.
Welding is one of the most sought-after trades in the U.S. and skilled certified welders are in high demand. Union and non-union apprenticeships are possible, both locally and statewide.
Start earning $20+ per hour and become part of a dynamic and challenging industry that is always evolving and adapting to a changing world.
Scholarships are available
Contact 228-4568 with questions
Instructors and Contacts
Lisa Dale (she/her)
Maritime Trades Program CoordinatorView profile and contact info
Angie Goffredi (she/her)
Career Education Coordinator, Welding and Power Tech Lab ManagerView profile and contact info
Assistant Professor of WeldingView profile and contact info