The full-time welding program at CEI will provide you with training in shielded arc (stick), oxyacetylene welding and burning, metallic inert gas (MIG) inner shield welding, and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. As a student you will spend approximately two hours per day in the classroom and four and half hours per day with hands-on training. Related courses include blueprint reading, mathematics, layout and fabrication projects, metal identification, and welding theory.
Where Are Our Graduates Working?
- Manufacturing Companies
- Metal & Steel Fabrication Companies
- Agriculture & Dairy Farms
How Long Will it Take?
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE (AAS)
- 4 full-time semesters, includes 5 GenEd classes (29 months)
ADVANCED TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE (ATC)
- 4 full-time semesters (22 months)
INTERMEDIATE TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE (ITC)
- 2 full-time semesters (10 months)
Why Welding at CEI?
- Lowest Cost in Idaho
- 9:1 Student-to-Teacher Ratio
- Learn in a Live Shop
- ASME Certified Instructor
- 1500 Hours of Experience
How Much Will it Cost?
- $129 Per Credit
- $15 Computer Usage Fee Per Semester
- $2,500 (Approx.) on Text Books, Equipment, Tools, and Lab Fees
Students who are registered for 12 or more credits, or who are taking courses in the professional portion of a healthcare program, are required to carry health insurance and will be automatically enrolled in the SHIP plan. Students will be billed at the time of registration.
How Much Do Our Graduates Make?
Over the last 5 years our graduates started out averaging $26,000 to $46,000 (Based on a 2080 work year, wage information is given within the first year of employment).
82.34% (Average positive placement for graduates over the past 5 years)