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Welding Schools in Utah

Welding Schools in Utah

Welding Schools in UtahThe following schools are nine of the most popular welding schools in Utah.

1. Bridgerland Applied Tech. College

According to statistics, it’s easy to get accepted at Bridgerland. It has a 100% admission rate, so as long as you have the necessary documents, your chances of getting enrolled in this school’s 1-year Welding Technology certificate program are very high. You may also want to enroll in their e-learning program, which they call “blended learning.” To them, this means a combination of two things: a traditional instructor-based training process and the usage of a wide array of technologies. Overall, the ultimate goal is to provide students with an optimized learning or training experience.

2. Davis Applied Tech. College

This school offers a Welding Technology certificate course that you can complete in one year. According to a data released by American School Search, Davis Applied Tech. College has a safety rating of B+, which means it is a “generally safe” school to enroll in.

As far as admissions are concerned, this school credits your life experience, previous certifications, and other placement credits you’ve earned in the past.

3. Mountainland Applied Tech. College

Mountainland Applied Tech. College may be small, but one of its strong points are its 87% student retention rate and 95% graduation rate. Compared to other schools in Utah, not only do students of this school enjoy their stay in the college, but they also actually graduate. You can take your welding certificate for several months.

4. Ogden Weber Applied Tech. College

If you work during the day, you can take welding classes on the evening or at the weekend through Ogden Weber. And if you are financially challenged, you might be interested in a part-time employment with the school. In return, some of your tuition will be paid by the school.

5. Salt Lake Community College

Compared with the competition, Salt Lake Community College has a relatively low tuition, which can amount to almost $10,000 every year. If you need financial assistance, though, you can apply for FAFSA federal student aid, which can repay after you graduate and have a job.

6. Snow College

Snow College offers a two-year associate degree in Welding Technology. For students from other states, be happy to know that Snow College offers on-campus housing.

7. Southwest Applied Technology College

This is a new school, having been established in 2001. To date, it offers only 9 majors, and one of them is a one-year Welding Technology certificate program.

8. Utah State Univ. Coll. of Eastern Utah

One of the strong points of this school is that they help their graduates find regular employment after graduation. They also offer part-time employment to students who are having a difficult time financially.

Weber State University9. Weber State University

This is one of the oldest and most reputable schools in Utah. It has a 71% student retention, which means that students enjoy their stay at Weber State University. It offers several learning opportunities or options for students such as the following:

    • study-abroad program
    • evening or weekend program
    • e-learning / distance education program

Below is a list of SENSE (Schools Excelling through National Skill Standards Education) schools in Utah.

  • Clearfield Job Corps Center
  • Davis Applied Technology College
  • Maple Mountain High School
  • Mountain View High School
  • Mountainland Applied Tech. College
  • Ogden-Weber Applied Tech. Center
  • Payson High School
  • Salt Lake Community College
  • Southwest Applied Technology College
  • Spanish Fork High School
  • Uintah Basin Applied Tech. College
  • Weber Basin Job Corps

Here are schools classified under the Career & Tech Center category.

  • Bridgerland Technology
  • Davis Applied Tech. College
  • Jordan Applied Tech. Center
  • Mountainland Applied Tech. College
  • Southwest Applied Tech. College

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