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Metal Fabrication

Keefe Regional Technical School’s Metal Fabrication Program trains students in the technologies of metal fabrication and welding. These are directly related to the processes of the metal products industries. The curriculum allows each student to develop a well-rounded background in several phases of welding and cutting.

Students in the Metals Technology Program may attain certification for the American Welding Society. The Certified Welder (CW) program tests to procedures used in the structural steel welding, petroleum pipelines, sheet metal and chemical refinery welding industries.

● Manipulate the power of fire and electricity to create unique metal projects
● Use torches and advanced fabrication equipment to bend, drill, cut, join, build,
   assemble and repair metal components
● Experience modern welding techniques working with aluminum, copper, iron, steel
   and stainless steel

CAREER FOCUS
Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications and further education

ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS 

High School Diploma from Keefe Tech

Supply House Specialist
Apprentice Sheet metal Fabricator (HVAC)
Apprentice Iron Worker
Production Welder
Precision Metal Fabricator
Grinder/Sander/Finisher
Apprentice Pipefitter
Apprentice Pipe Welder
HVAC Installation Technician
Maintenance Specialist

TECHNICAL CAREERS

Associates  Degree (2-year), Certificate Program, Licensing or Adult Education

Journeyman Sheet Metal Fabricator
Job Estimator
Quality Control Inspector
Draftsperson
CNC Operator
Metal Fabrication Instructor
Supplier Sales Machine/Equipment
Metal Fabricating Co. Sales
AWS Certified Welding Inspector
Journeyman Iron Worker

PROFESSIONAL CAREERS

Bachelors Degree (4-year) and Graduates or Doctoral Degree for some

Mechanical Engineer
Metallurgist
Architect
Civil Engineer
Welding Engineer

Metal Fabrication Department Resources

Metal Fabrication Department Contact Information

Richard Costa

Lead Teacher, Safety Coordintor
Metal Fabrication

Patrick Fogarty

Teacher
Metal Fabrication

Certifications

  • OSHA

Articulation Agreements and College Credit

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Metal Fabrication Frameworks