NCCER Welding Level 2

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NCCER Welding Level 2

Course Code: WLD-NCCER2

Expand your welding skills and join the workforce without going through an entire degree program with this short-term course. It will introduce you to the knowledge and skills needed to enter and excel in the welding field.

The course is broken down into topics including: welding symbols, reading welding detail drawings, physical characteristics and mechanical properties of metals, preheating and post heating of metals, uses of different filler metals and gases, and GMAW (MIG), flux core arc welding, and GTAW (TIG) set up. You must pass written exams with a 70% or higher and complete all performance evaluations. When you complete the program, you’ll receive National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification for Welding Level 2.

Available Classes

Course Register Dates Price
This 227.5 clock hour course is broken down into topics including: welding symbols, reading welding detail drawings, physical characteristics and mechanical properties of metals, preheating and post heating of metals, uses of different filler metals and gases, and GMAW (MIG), flux core arc welding, and GTAW (TIG) set up. The NCCER Level 2 class can be taken prior to the NCCER Level 1 Class. You must pass written exams with a 70% or higher and complete all performance evaluations. When you complete the program, you’ll receive National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification for Welding Level 2.
Meeting times and locations:

04/04/24 - 05/15/24
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 8a - 12p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

04/04/24 - 05/15/24
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 1p - 5p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

04/05/24 - 05/10/24
Fri 8a - 12p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

This 227.5 clock hour course is broken down into topics including: welding symbols, reading welding detail drawings, physical characteristics and mechanical properties of metals, preheating and post heating of metals, uses of different filler metals and gases, and GMAW (MIG), flux core arc welding, and GTAW (TIG) set up. The NCCER Level 2 class can be taken prior to the NCCER Level 1 Class. You must pass written exams with a 70% or higher and complete all performance evaluations. When you complete the program, you’ll receive National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification for Welding Level 2.
Meeting times and locations:

05/20/24 - 08/15/24
Mon, Tue, Thur 5:30p - 9:30p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

06/01/24 - 08/10/24
Sat 8a - 12p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

06/01/24 - 08/10/24
Sat 1p - 5p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

This 227.5 clock hour course is broken down into topics including: welding symbols, reading welding detail drawings, physical characteristics and mechanical properties of metals, preheating and post heating of metals, uses of different filler metals and gases, and GMAW (MIG), flux core arc welding, and GTAW (TIG) set up. The NCCER Level 2 class can be taken prior to the NCCER Level 1 Class. You must pass written exams with a 70% or higher and complete all performance evaluations. When you complete the program, you’ll receive National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification for Welding Level 2.
Meeting times and locations:

08/01/24 - 09/18/24
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 8a - 12p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

08/01/24 - 09/18/24
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 1p - 5p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

08/02/24 - 09/18/24
Fri 8a - 12p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

This 227.5 clock hour course is broken down into topics including: welding symbols, reading welding detail drawings, physical characteristics and mechanical properties of metals, preheating and post heating of metals, uses of different filler metals and gases, and GMAW (MIG), flux core arc welding, and GTAW (TIG) set up. The NCCER Level 2 class can be taken prior to the NCCER Level 1 Class. You must pass written exams with a 70% or higher and complete all performance evaluations. When you complete the program, you’ll receive National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification for Welding Level 2.
Meeting time and location:

08/19/24 - 12/04/24
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 5:30p - 9:30p
Volt Center, Room 105
205 First St, New Bern NC 28560

This 227.5 clock hour course is broken down into topics including: welding symbols, reading welding detail drawings, physical characteristics and mechanical properties of metals, preheating and post heating of metals, uses of different filler metals and gases, and GMAW (MIG), flux core arc welding, and GTAW (TIG) set up. The NCCER Level 2 class can be taken prior to the NCCER Level 1 Class. You must pass written exams with a 70% or higher and complete all performance evaluations. When you complete the program, you’ll receive National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification for Welding Level 2.
Meeting times and locations:

01/06/25 - 02/27/25
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 8a - 12p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

01/06/25 - 02/27/25
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 1p - 5p
Redd Classroom Bldg, Room 00117
Havelock

Funding Opportunities 

This program is eligible for the Volt Toolbelt Trust, which covers up to 100% of registration costs. Visit our Volt Toolbelt Trust page to learn more.

VA Funding Available

Classes in this program are approved for VA benefits. Visit our Veteran Benefits for Workforce Training page to learn more.

Questions others are asking.

The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) certification is nationally recognized and shows that the holder is highly trained, knowledgeable, and qualified to do the job anywhere in the country. The mission of NCCER is to provide a safe, sustainable, and productive workforce to industry professionals.

Welding Level 2, Fifth Edition, Revised 2015, ISBN 978-0-13-416310-9

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Contact Information

Havelock Campus
305 Cunningham Blvd
Havelock, NC 28532
252-444-6005

Volt Center
205 First Street
New Bern, NC 28562
252-633-0857

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