Welding & Metal Fabrication

Our welding and metal fabrication courses prepare you for entry into a high-demand career in manufacturing, construction, energy production and many other industries.

$17.97

Median Hourly Earnings

Welder
377 Annual Job Openings projected through 2022
All wage and employment data is specific to the region and
taken from EMSI June 2019. Your starting salary may vary.

If you’re interested in a career in welding or metal fabrication, Wor-Wic offers short-term courses that can get you quickly trained and into the workforce. And you could qualify for free training!

Free Welding & Metal Fabrication Training

We’ve partnered with Arcon Welding Services and Quality Staffing Services to create a free 13-week, 455-hour welding program that will take you from the basics of arc welding to someone with the skills to pass the welder qualification test for structural welders. The program is funded by the Maryland Department of Energy and the Maryland Department of Labor.

In addition, we’ve partnered with Arcon Welding Services, Crystal Steel, Quality Staffing Services and the Lower Shore Workforce Alliance to create a free 13-week, 455-hour metal fabrication training program that will take you from the basics of blue print reading and industry math to fundamental A.I.S.C. fitting practices for a variety of metal shapes. The program is funded by the Maryland Department of Labor, EARN Maryland and the Maryland Energy Administration.

Please note that students must provide personal protective equipment at an estimated cost of $250.

To see if you qualify, call Quality Staffing Services at 410-742-2600 or visit their website today!

In addition to our free welding training program, Wor-Wic offers courses that you can complete in just 12 sessions.
MIG/TIG and Arc Welding – Introduction
Develop skills in basic MIG, TIG and arc welding while focusing on appropriate safety precautions.  There is a significant amount of hands-on experience learning how to properly weld joints used in MIG and TIG welding.
MIG/TIG and Arc Welding – Intermediate
Designed for welders that have completed the introductory MIG/TIG welding courses. Focus on machine set-up and making different types of welds on carbon, stainless steel and aluminum.

Contact Us Continuing Education 410-334-2815 training@worwic.edu