Metal Fabrication

We’re redesigning the Metal Fabrication program courses and updating technologies to fit the changing needs of local employers and industry. Applications are being accepted for Fall 2022 for this program. Individuals interested in starting during the 2021-22 school year have some courses still available. Contact recruitment@morainepark.edu for more details.

Take your passion for developing a plan, solving problems and working with your hands into a career in metal fabrication with a one-year technical diploma from Moraine Park Technical College.

About the Program

Moraine Park’s two-semester Metal Fabrication technical diploma gives students hands-on experience in fabricating metal products from start to finish. Students work on individual and team projects, as well as service-learning projects for the community.

What You’ll Learn

In Moraine Park’s hands-on metal fabrication courses, students learn how to build metal products from start to finish, read prints and use lean practices in automated cutting, forming and welding. Students also learn gas metal arc welding (GMAW); gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW); and laser, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting.

Upon completion, students are prepared to take the FMA Fundamentals of Metal Fabrication Certificate exam.

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