Combination Welding Gainful Employment Disclosure 

Federal regulations published in October 2010, require certain information about students who enrolled in educational (certificate) programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation (GE programs). 


Program Name:  Combination Welding 

Program CIP Code:  48.0508

Department of Labor Standard Occupational Code (SOC):  51-4121

Department of Labor Standard Occupational Code (SOC):  51-4122


O*Net Online    51-4121.00          Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers             


O*Net Online    51-4122.00          Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 


Program Level:   Certificate 

Program Length:  27

Tuition and fees for the entire program:  $3,455

Books and supplies for entire program:  $1,500


Student Debt: 


Median debt for graduates: 

·         From Title IV loans: $4,375

·         From other sources: none

Statement about median debt (if applicable)


Program Success: 

·         Percent of graduates that complete the program within expected time, as identified by the program lengthL: NA

·         Program success notes (if applicable): For all schools, if the number of students who completed a GE Program during the award year was less than ten (10), for privacy reasons, the school should not disclose to the public the following information: Median debt amounts (Title IV debt, private educational loan debt, and debt from institutional financing) and On-time completion rate (program success).


Program Outcomes: 

·         Job Placement Rate:  100%

·         Job Placement  Rate as reported by:  THEC Performance Funding, Coordinator of Career Services


Related Occupations: Assemblers and fabricators, Boilermakers, Computer control programmers and operators, Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers, Machine setters, operators, and tenders—metal and plastic, Machinists, Plumbers, pipelayers, pipefitters, and steamfitters, Sheet metal workers, Tool and die makers