Johnson College’s Continuing Education Program is currently enrolling students into its Welding Basics class. The class will be held on the Johnson College campus on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Space is very limited to allow for social distancing. To learn more or enroll call 570-702-8979 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Welding Basics class will provide the basic knowledge and skills for various forms of welding (MIG, TIG & Stick). Students will learn basic terms and definitions, welding safety and machine setup. Each student will also have the opportunity to try their hand in the booth for basic welding demonstration. For more information visit https://johnson.edu/continuingeducation/.
The class fee of $150 is paid to Johnson College.
Johnson College’s Continuing Education Program distinguishes itself from the College’s 2-year degree programs and certificate courses by providing its adult students the opportunity to improve their skills to stay ahead of the competition, learn new technologies, and advance in their current career. The Continuing Education courses, many taught by industry professionals, are utilized and recognized by industry partners because they’re developed in partnership with industry. Johnson College strategizes with and listens to its partners when creating the most effective hands-on continuing education curriculum and programs. Some courses are specifically customized toward industry partners’ workforce needs in reducing possible skills gaps and industry requirements. Johnson College also assists individual students and industry partners in obtaining funding or grants so their continuing education courses are cost effective. Learn more about Johnson College’s Continuing Education Program at Johnson.edu/continuing-education.