Johnson County Community College
Overland Park, KS
Programs: Industrial Maintenance, Metal Fabrication Technology, Welding Technology
The Metal Fabrication/Welding Technology program offers two distinct career path options. The Structural option is designed to train students to operate welding equipment to weld structural metal components/members. The Manufacturing option is designed to train students to operate welding equipment to weld metal components in a manufacturing environment.
The program is accredited as an American Welding Society Participating Organization in the Training and Testing of Entry Level Welders.
Industrial maintenance requires people employed in the field to be trained in a variety of areas, including welding, electricity, HVAC, gasoline or diesel engines, and generators. Often, the needs will change due to growth in a company or the expansion of services provided. This degree option will allow a student to choose from numerous courses to custom build a program that will fit the needs of an employer. It will also allow students employed in an industrial maintenance position to broaden their skill areas and achieve an associate of applied science degree.
Industrial Technology Department
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