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Feb. 15, March 22 or April 19 | 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Building ETA - Room 107 | Lake Worth campus
This program prepares the student for entry-level employment in a variety of occupations in the welding industry. The content includes, but is not limited to, communication skills, human relations, employability skills, safe and efficient work practices, reading blueprints, identifying metals and basic shop skills.
Palm Beach State College is an American Welding Society S.E.N.S.E. participating organization and certified to deliver Levels I & II of the national skill standards for the training and qualification of welding personnel.
Palm Beach State College awards students who complete the Welding Technology program a Post-Secondary Adult Vocational Training Certificate. In addition, Palm Beach State has developed an articulation process for program completers to receive credit toward the Industrial Management AS degree.
This program is located at the Lake Worth campus.
Welder Services, Inc. hosts their first customer appreciation day and proudly supports PBSC through student scholarships for the Welding program. From left to right: David Wood, Brooke Knight, Austin Faircloth and Joshua Magwood (Welding Instructor).
PBSC is now an Accredited Testing Facility!
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Your admission to a Trade and Industry program may be delayed for one or more of the following reasons:
- You have not taken the TABE or provided proof of exemption.
- You have not had an advising session with a PSAV advisor Mikayel Ishmael.
- You have completed 50% of your program courses and have not satisfied the VPI co-requisite course requirements.
See a PSAV advisor or Workforce Assessment Advisor to complete your application process.
This program is eligible for Financial Aid.
Some students entering this program are required to take the TABE test. All are required to meet with an advisor prior to registration. For more information on the TABE, admissions procedures or program contact PSAV Advisor Mikayel Ishmael or call (561) 868-3557.