More than Meets the Eye
What many people don’t know about welding is that it’s a combination of precise, technical, hands-on, and artistic work that can be applied to a vast array of jobs and industries:
- Oil Rigs
- Shipbuilding and repair
- Military support jobs
There’s so much more to a welding career than meets the eye. It all starts with the basics we cover at Oklahoma Technical College
At OTC, you're more than just a number above a booth.
We strive to make every student know that they matter, and that the investment put into their education will be worth it. Our welding program instructors won’t just brush over the high points, but delve into the subject on a deeper level. To enhance the learning experience, the welding class takes field trips touring manufacturers’ facilities, assisting non-profit organizations, and attending safety seminars.
- Harsco Industrial Air -X- Changers
- Matrix Services
- Valmont Industries
- McElroy Manufacturing
- S&T Manufacturing
Oklahoma Technical College welding students have the opportunity to become members of the American Welding Society (AWS) Student Chapter enabling them to gain certifications, network, and continue their education.
Tools for Success:
When you start your program, you will receive a kit full of tools to help set you up in your new career including helmets, caps, gloves, hand tools, sticks, leads, and much more!
Manage Your Business
Already have your diploma and want to get into management or start your own business? Earn your Associate of Occupational Science degree in Business and Industry Management in as little as 10 months to equip yourself with skills in business, marketing, leadership, management, accounting, and other practical courses that can help you take your career to another level.