What You’ll Learn

Students will learn to control fire, electricity and heat to design, dismantle and fabricate a wide range of products. Students will use advanced equipment and techniques to join, cut, bend, and manipulate metal as they develop the skill, confidence, work ethic and stamina necessary for a high-paying career anywhere in the world. The curriculum includes core foundational skills for design processes, power, machines, quality insurance and fabrication.

Licenses/Certificates Available

OSHA - 10 General Industry (Manufacturing)
American Welding Society – Certified Welder GMAW
American Welding Society – Certified Welder GTAW
American Welding Society – Certified Welder SMAW

This program has an Oakland Technical Early College option with an additional application required.


Northeast Campus • Randy Maddock, Counselor • 248.451.2710 • randy.maddock@oakland.k12.mi.us

Southeast Campus • Angela Haley, Counselor • 248.288.4020 • angela.haley@oakland.k12.mi.us

Southwest Campus • Amy Flynn, Counselor • 248.668.5608 • amy.flynn@oakland.k12.mi.us