Heavy-Equipment Welding and Fabrication

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“The Diesel Technology programs seek to develop students that are behaviorally mature, skilled in their discipline, academically equipped, and prepared for a world that demands lifelong learning.”

-- Steve Rayburn, Program Chair

Program Overview

If you are interested in pursuing a diesel technician career with a specialty focus in welding, College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) Heavy Equipment Welding and Fabrication program can help you achieve your goals. In this program, you will start your education by taking the first year of Heavy-Duty Diesel Truck Technician training. After successfully completing the first year, you will move to CWI’s Welding and Metals Fabrication program and complete one year of training to earn your degree.

What Else Should I Know?
All students interested in pursuing this program must meet with an enrollment specialist prior to registration. To learn more about these programs click the links below:

Heavy-Duty Truck Technician
Welding and Metals Fabrication

What Kind of Degree(s) Can I Earn?


Degree Plan

Instructor Info

Program Chair:
Steven Rayburn

Career Info