Welding

 

Welding is coming to Cambridge Starting January 2015!

The Anoka Technical College Welding Technology program is designed and taught by industry professionals to provide graduates exceptional welding skills for success in the work place.  The program is designed as a series of building blocks to provide quick access into a welding career. This flexibility allows students to stop and re-start as their life allows.

How the program welds together:

 First Semester Second Semester  Third Semester  Fourth Semester 
 Basic Certificate Welding Technology Diploma   Fabricator Certificate  Associate of Applied Science
 17 credits Basic + 17 credits  17 credits  Diploma + Fabricator + 15 credits

The Anoka Technical College associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding is a 66-credit program designed for individuals seeking a well-rounded welding background. Our program offers technical courses welded to general education courses to provide graduates with all the essential skills for success in the workplace.

PDF  Program Guide

Prerequisites

Although no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to succeed in Anoka Technical College Welding program, prospective students should have a high school diploma or GED, good physical health and stamina, good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.

Helpful high school classes include general math, drafting, welding, machine shop, and construction/carpentry. Students should be able to lift a 60-pound spool of wire and a 50-pound box of welding rods and should be able to pass an industrial physical examination (requirements may vary).

Also see Graduation Requirements.

Credits

  TOTAL CREDITS
 66
 Technical Education Requirements
51
 Course Number  Course Title Credits 
 Basic Welding Certificate  17
 WELD 1002  Math for Welders
1
 WELD 1004  Oxy-Fuel Appllcations
1
 WELD 1006  Oxy-Fuel Processes
1
 WELD 1008  Blueprint Reading I
2
 WELD 1012  Processes and Power Sources I
3
 WELD 1014  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1016  Gas Metal Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1018  Shielded Metal Arc Welding I
3
 
 Additional Credits for Welding Technology Diploma
17
 WELD 1022  Blueprint Reading II
3
 WELD 1024  Metal Theory I
2
 WELD 1026  Processes and Power Sources II
3
 WELD 1028  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II
3
 WELD 1034  Gas Metal Arc Welding II
3
 WELD 1036  Shielded Metal Arc Welding II
3
 
 Fabricator Certificate
17
 WELD 1209  Basic Pipe Welding
3
 WELD 2000  Basic Pip Layout
5
 WELD 2004  Metals Theory II
3
 WELD 2006  Welding Code Interpretation
2
 WELD 2008  Blueprint Reading III
4
 
 General Education/MnTC Requirements
15 
Fifteen (15) general education credits of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) are required. Student is required to take:
 MATH1500  Mathematical Ideas
3
 General Education/MnTC Electives  12
The twelve (12) remaining general education credits must be taken from the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC).

Sample Program Sequence

 First Semester - Basic Welding Certificate
 Course Number  Course Title  Credits
 WELD 1002  Math for Welders
1
 WELD 1004  Oxy-Fuel Applications
1
 WELD 1006  Oxy-Fuel Processes
1
 WELD 1008  Blueprint Reading I
2
 WELD 1012  Processes and Power Sources I
3
 WELD 1014  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1016  Gas Metal Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1018  Shielded Metal Arc Welding I
3
TOTAL
17
 
 Second Semester - Welding Technology Diploma (must have Basic Certificate)
 WELD 1022  Blueprint Reading II
3
 WELD 1024  Metal Theory I
2
 WELD 1026  Processes and Power Sources II
3
 WELD 1028  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II
3
 WELD 1034  Gas Metal Arc Welding II
3
 WELD 1036  Shielded Metal Arc Welding II
3
TOTAL
17
 
 Third Semester - Fabricator Certificate
 WELD 1209  Basic Pipe Welding
3
 WELD 2000  Basic Pip Layout
5
 WELD 2004  Metals Theory II
3
 WELD 2006  Welding Code Interpretation
2
 WELD 2008  Blueprint Reading III
4
TOTAL
17

*None of the fifteen (15) required MnTC/general education/MnTC courses are included in this sequence. General education/MnTC courses may be taken any semester and in any order.

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students must demonstrate basic competency in Math, English, and Reading. Competency may be demonstrated through achieving minimum cut scores in new student assessments (Accuplacer); through other assessment exemptions; or through successful completion of Basic Math, Basic English, and Reading courses, earning a “C” or higher before receiving a diploma or an associate in applied science degree.

 Also see graduation standards in Anoka Technical College Student Handbook.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Certification

Graduates of the Anoka Technical College Welding program are prepared to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

To see how this program transfers to other programs, review the Anoka Tech articulation agreements at Minnesota Transfer. Articulation agreements are transfer agreements with specific programs and partnering schools. These agreements detail how specific courses transfer to a specific program at the partnering school. For a complete list of Anoka Tech’s articulation agreements listed by program please see this Minnesota Transfer link.

This program may also include Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) courses. MnTC courses transfer to meet MnTC general education courses throughout the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. MnTC courses from Anoka Technical College transfer to any MnSCU institution to meet the same goal areas that are met at Anoka Tech.

Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Records and Registration at all transfer schools for details about the institution’s transfer process and policies.

For more information please visit our Transfer page.

Industry Information

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Welders and solderers can advance to more skilled jobs with additional training and experience. For example, experienced welders may become technicians, supervisors, inspectors, or instructors. Other experienced welders and solderers open their own repair shops.

Wage information is available from the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Faculty

Jay Gerdin
763-576-4700

Rich Godeen
763-576-4700

The Anoka Technical College Basic Welding certificate is a 17-credit program designed for individuals who want quick access into the welding careers.

The courses in the Basic Welding certificate also serve as the first semester courses for the Welding Technology diploma.

For more information, see the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program guide sheet.

PDF  Program Guide

Prerequisites

Although no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to succeed in Anoka Technical College Welding program, prospective students should have a high school diploma or GED, good physical health and stamina, good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.

Helpful high school classes include general math, drafting, welding, machine shop, and construction/carpentry. Students should be able to lift a 60-pound spool of wire and a 50-pound box of welding rods and should be able to pass an industrial physical examination (requirements may vary).

Also see Graduation Requirements.

Credits

  TOTAL CREDITS
 17
 Technical Education Requirements

 Course Number Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 1002  Math for Welders
1
 WELD 1004 Oxy-Fuel Appllcations
1
 WELD 1006 Oxy-Fuel Processes
1
 WELD 1008 Blueprint Reading I
2
 WELD 1012 Processes and Power Sources I
3
 WELD 1014 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1016 Gas Metal Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1018 Shielded Metal Arc Welding I
3
 TOTAL    17
 

Sample Program Sequence

 First Semester
 The Basic Welding certificate is designed to be completed in one semester.
 Course Number  Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 1002  Math for Welders
1
 WELD 1004  Oxy-Fuel Appllcations
1
 WELD 1006  Oxy-Fuel Processes
1
 WELD 1008  Blueprint Reading I
2
 WELD 1012  Processes and Power Sources I
3
 WELD 1014  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1016  Gas Metal Arc Welding I
3
 WELD 1018  Shielded Metal Arc Welding I
3
 TOTAL
17
 

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students must demonstrate basic competency in Math, English, and Reading. Competency may be demonstrated through achieving minimum cut scores in new student assessments (Accuplacer); through other assessment exemptions; or through successful completion of Basic Math, Basic English, and Reading courses, earning a “C” or higher before receiving a diploma or an associate in applied science degree.

 Also see graduation standards in Anoka Technical College Student Handbook.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Certification

Graduates of the Anoka Technical College Welding associate in applied science (AAS) degree program are prepared to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

The courses in the Basic Welding certificate also serve as the first semester courses in the Welding Technology diploma and associate in applied science (AAS) degree.

Students who wish to advanced their welding education are encouraged to continue their studies with the  Welding Technology diploma (17 Credits) and the Fabricator certificate (17 Credits).

Collectively, the two certificates (Basic Welding and Fabricator) and the Welding Technology diploma, along with 15 credits in general education/MnTC, complete the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program.

For more information, see the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program guide sheet.

 

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Welders and solderers can advance to more skilled jobs with additional training and experience. For example, experienced welders may become technicians, supervisors, inspectors, or instructors. Other experienced welders and solderers open their own repair shops.

Wage information is available from the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Industry Information

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Gainful Employment Report

Faculty

Jay Gerdin
763-576-4700

Rich Godeen
763-576-4700

The Anoka Technical College  Welding Technology diploma is a 34-credit program (includes 17 credits from the Basic Welding certificate) designed for individuals seeking a well-rounded foundation in welding.

The courses in the Welding Technology diploma also serve as the second semester courses in the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program. For more information, see the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program guide sheet.

PDF  Program Guide

Prerequisites

Although no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to succeed in Anoka Technical College Welding program, prospective students should have a high school diploma or GED, good physical health and stamina, good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.

Helpful high school classes include general math, drafting, welding, machine shop, and construction/carpentry. Students should be able to lift a 60-pound spool of wire and a 50-pound box of welding rods and should be able to pass an industrial physical examination (requirements may vary).

Also see Graduation Requirements.

Credits

  TOTAL CREDITS
 34
 Technical Education Requirements

 Completed Basic Welding certificate        17
 Course Number Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 1022 Blueprint Reading II
3
 WELD 1024 Metal Theory I
2
 WELD 1026 Processes and Power Sources II
3
 WELD 1028 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II
3
 WELD 1034 Gas Metal Arc Welding II
3
 WELD 1036 Shielded Metal Arc Welding II
3
 TOTAL    34
 

Sample Program Sequence

 First Semester
 Basic Welding certificate courses
 WELD1002 Math for Welders
1
 WELD1004 Oxy-Fuel Appllcations
1
 WELD1006 Oxy-Fuel Processes
1
 WELD1008 Blueprint Reading I
2
 WELD1012 Processes and Power Sources I
3
 WELD1014 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I
3
 WELD1016 Gas Metal Arc Welding I
3
 WELD1018 Shielded Metal Arc Welding I
3
  TOTAL    17
     
 Second Semester
 WELD1022      Blueprint Reading II  3
 WELD1024  Metals Theory I  2
 WELD1026  Processes and Power Sources II  3
 WELD1028  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II  3
 WELD1034  Gas Metal Arc Welding II  3
 WELD1036  Shielded Metal Arc Welding II  3
     
 TOTAL
17
 
 
 

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students must demonstrate basic competency in Math, English, and Reading. Competency may be demonstrated through achieving minimum cut scores in new student assessments (Accuplacer); through other assessment exemptions; or through successful completion of Basic Math, Basic English, and Reading courses, earning a “C” or higher before receiving a diploma or an associate in applied science degree.

 Also see graduation standards in Anoka Technical College Student Handbook.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Certification

Graduates of the Anoka Technical College Welding associate in applied science (AAS) degree program are prepared to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

Collectively, the two certificates (Basic Welding and Fabricator) and the Welding Technology diploma, along with 15 credits in general education/MnTC, complete the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program.

For more information, see the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program guide sheet.

To see how this program transfers to other programs, review the Anoka Tech articulation agreements at Minnesota Transfer. Articulation agreements are transfer agreements with specific programs and partnering schools. These agreements detail how specific courses transfer to a specific program at the partnering school. For a complete list of Anoka Tech’s articulation agreements listed by program please see this Minnesota Transfer link.

This program may also include Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) courses. MnTC courses transfer to meet MnTC general education courses throughout the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. MnTC courses from Anoka Technical College transfer to any MnSCU institution to meet the same goal areas that are met at Anoka Tech.

Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Records and Registration at all transfer schools for details about the institution’s transfer process and policies.

For more information please visit our Transfer page.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Welders and solderers can advance to more skilled jobs with additional training and experience. For example, experienced welders may become technicians, supervisors, inspectors, or instructors. Other experienced welders and solderers open their own repair shops.

Wage information is available from the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Industry Information

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Gainful Employment Report

Faculty

Jay Gerdin
763-576-4700

Rich Godeen
763-576-4700

The Anoka Technical College Fabricator certificate is a 17-credit program offers individuals the opportunity to develop skills necessary for construction, manufacturing, building and fabrication of real weldments. Students entering this certificate program generally have good welding ability, but seek greater application skills.

The courses in the Fabricator certificate serve as the third semester in the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program. For more information, see the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program guide sheet.

  Program GuidePDF

Prerequisites

Although no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to succeed in Anoka Technical College Welding program, prospective students should have a high school diploma or GED, good physical health and stamina, good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.

Helpful high school classes include general math, drafting, welding, machine shop, and construction/carpentry. Students should be able to lift a 60-pound spool of wire and a 50-pound box of welding rods and should be able to pass an industrial physical examination (requirements may vary).

Also see Graduation Requirements.

Credits

  TOTAL CREDITS
 17
 Technical Education Requirements

 Course Number Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 1209  Basic Pipe Welding
3
 WELD 2000  Basic Pipe Layout
5
 WELD 2004  Metals Theory II
3
 WELD 2006  Welding Code Interpretation
2
 WELD 2008  Blueprint Reading III
4
 TOTAL    17
 

Sample Program Sequence

Third Semester of Welding AAS
The Fabricator certificate is designed to be completed in one semester.
 Course Number Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 1209  Basic Pipe Welding
3
 WELD 2000  Basic Pipe Layout
5
 WELD 2004  Metals Theory II
3
 WELD 2006  Welding Code Interpretation
2
 WELD 2008  Blueprint Reading III
4
TOTAL
17
 

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students must demonstrate basic competency in Math, English, and Reading. Competency may be demonstrated through achieving minimum cut scores in new student assessments (Accuplacer); through other assessment exemptions; or through successful completion of Basic Math, Basic English, and Reading courses, earning a “C” or higher before receiving a diploma or an associate in applied science degree.

 Also see graduation standards in Anoka Technical College Student Handbook.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Certification

Graduates of the Anoka Technical College Welding associate in applied science (AAS) degree program are prepared to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

Collectively, the two certificates (Basic Welding and Fabricator) and the Welding Technology diploma, along with 15 credits in general education/MnTC, complete the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program.

For more information, see the associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Welding program guide sheet.

To see how this program transfers to other programs, review the Anoka Tech articulation agreements at Minnesota Transfer. Articulation agreements are transfer agreements with specific programs and partnering schools. These agreements detail how specific courses transfer to a specific program at the partnering school. For a complete list of Anoka Tech’s articulation agreements listed by program please see this Minnesota Transfer link.

This program may also include Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) courses. MnTC courses transfer to meet MnTC general education courses throughout the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. MnTC courses from Anoka Technical College transfer to any MnSCU institution to meet the same goal areas that are met at Anoka Tech.

Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Records and Registration at all transfer schools for details about the institution’s transfer process and policies.

For more information please visit our Transfer page.

Industry Information

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Welders and solderers can advance to more skilled jobs with additional training and experience. For example, experienced welders may become technicians, supervisors, inspectors, or instructors. Other experienced welders and solderers open their own repair shops.

Wage information is available from the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Gainful Employment Report

Faculty

Jay Gerdin
763-576-4700

Rich Godeen
763-576-4700

The Anoka Technical College Welding program offers and advanced Pipe Welding certificate. The 17-credit program  is designed for individuals who already have advanced welding skills and are ready to master the most demanding manual welding discipline.

Pipe Welding certificate graduates have the skills required to master manual pipe welding and obtain the highest paying jobs in welding.

This certificate builds upon the other Welding programs offers at Anoka Technical College.

  Program GuidePDF

Prerequisites

The Pipe Welding certificate is intended for individuals who already have advanced welding skills and are ready to master manual pipe welding, the most demanding manual welding discipline.

See a program advisor for more details.

Credits

  TOTAL CREDITS
 17
 Technical Education Requirements

 Course Number Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 2012  GMAW 5G & 6G Pipe Welding
2
 WELD 2014  GTAW 5G & 6G Pipe Welding
 5
 WELD 2016  SMAW 5G & 6G Pipe WeldingII
 5
 WELD 2018  Blueprint Reading IV
 5
 TOTAL    17
 

Sample Program Sequence

 The Pipe Welding certificate is designed to be completed in one semester.
 Course Number Course Title  Credits 
 WELD 2012  GMAW 5G & 6G Pipe Welding
2
 WELD 2014  GTAW 5G & 6G Pipe Welding
 5
 WELD 2016  SMAW 5G & 6G Pipe WeldingII
 5
 WELD 2018  Blueprint Reading IV
 5
 TOTAL
17
 

Graduation Requirements

All Anoka Technical College students must demonstrate basic competency in Math, English, and Reading. Competency may be demonstrated through achieving minimum cut scores in new student assessments (Accuplacer); through other assessment exemptions; or through successful completion of Basic Math, Basic English, and Reading courses, earning a “C” or higher before receiving a diploma or an associate in applied science degree.

 Also see graduation standards in Anoka Technical College Student Handbook.

NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.

Certification

Graduates of the Anoka Technical College Welding associate in applied science (AAS) degree program are prepared to take three national certification examinations:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers certification examination;
  • American Petroleum Institute certification examination; and
  • American Welding Society’s Welding Code certification examination.

Transfer Opportunities

To see how this program transfers to other programs, review the Anoka Tech articulation agreements at Minnesota Transfer. Articulation agreements are transfer agreements with specific programs and partnering schools. These agreements detail how specific courses transfer to a specific program at the partnering school. For a complete list of Anoka Tech’s articulation agreements listed by program please see this Minnesota Transfer link.

This program may also include Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) courses. MnTC courses transfer to meet MnTC general education courses throughout the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. MnTC courses from Anoka Technical College transfer to any MnSCU institution to meet the same goal areas that are met at Anoka Tech.

Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Records and Registration at all transfer schools for details about the institution’s transfer process and policies.

For more information please visit our Transfer page.

Industry Information

The diversification of the welding industry impacts virtually every industry around the globe. From the depth of the world’s oceans to the far-reaching corners of outer space, there is a welding position for every hardworking, ambitious, smart individual who is ready and willing to constantly improve and striving for excellence.

A career choice in welding offers a vast array of options for employment and continuing personal development. Welding is the most common way to permanently join metal parts. Heat is applied to the pieces that are being joined; melting and fusing them together which forms a permanent bond.

Therefore, welding plays a key role in industry production lines, laboratories, research and development, national defense, sales and service, NASCAR and drag racing, custom motorcycle building, artwork, sculptures, pipelines, power plants, refineries, construction, maintenance, repair and much more.

Wage/Outlook/Advancement

Graduates of the Pipe Welder certificate program possess the skills required to obtain the highest paying jobs in the welding industry.

Wage information is available from the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Gainful Employment Report

Faculty

Jay Gerdin
763-576-4700

Rich Godeen
763-576-4700

start

Fall: August

Delivery

Day
Evening

Awards

AAS Degree
Basic Certificate
Diploma
Fabricator Certificate
Pipe Welder Certificate

Contact

Jay Gerdin
763-576-4055

Rich Godeen
763-576-4122