This program allows students to develop theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of industrial welding. Students will be trained to obtain the necessary knowledge and skills to handle specialized equipment used to perform different joints and welding processes, such as weld aluminum, stainless steel, calamine, and others. The Industrial Welding Program also includes welding development application, operation of Oxy-Acetylene welding and other shielding gases, in addition to shielded metal arc welding processes.
The Technology in Industrial Welding Program prepares the student with the necessary knowledge and skills in the handling of specialized welding; the student will also perform electrical arch welding, cutting with oxyacetylene, and will perform tasks in aluminum, steel, calamine, and other related metals. The student will also learn the safety rules and first aid procedures required for this trade, and will be able to establish his/her own business.
Financial aids are a basic fundamental of which students depend to perform their postsecondary and higher education studies. It is important that the student learns the opportunities, rights, obligations, and how to obtain them. All students who enroll or wish to enroll in Mech-Tech Institute must visit our Financial Aid office for orientation and assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The process of requesting financial aids appears complicated but is in fact very simple. We recommend that students become familiarized with the terms that they use during the process, the applications, and how they are obtained; the adequate moment to hand-in the applications and the procedure that will be used by the Institution to inform them of the result once the application and required documents are submitted.
Mech-Tech uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) provided by the United States Department of Education. To complete the Financial Aid application, all prospects must have the following:Social Security card. It is very important to enter the Social Security correctly in the application.
The FAFSA application is completed by using the internet and accessing: www.fafsa.ed.gov. It is important to request a PIN number by accessing: www.pin.ed.gov, for the application’s electronic signature. Later in this Handbook detailed is offered on how to obtain a PIN and the different types of financial aids offered in our Institution.
It is important to know that students who possess a Bachelor’s Degree are not eligible for Federal Pell Grant and supplementary aid.
Mech-Tech Institute’s Federal School Code: 030255
If you have doubts with this process, you can call the Federal Student Aid Information Center 1-800-433-3243