The Construction Management program trains management-level employees for the construction industry, as well as preparation for transfer to a four-year college or university construction program. Graduates may be employed by contractors, businesses, and government agencies for work in project planning, estimating, and project coordinating.
Welding encompasses study in electrical, metallurgy, chemistry, physics, design, and mechanical engineering.
Our Welding programs are designed for students seeking employment or advancing employment in welding fabrication and industrial repairs. Current job statistics show a long-term and growing industry demand for skilled welders with very good pay for those with experience.
The Welding program at Cosumnes River College specializes in welding training to meet current Welding Code Standards for Welder Operator Qualification. In addition, students are introduced to Cal-OSHA and Fed-OSHA safety standards and current industry welding procedures for the purpose of competitive employment. All welding graduates have the opportunity to become certified welders and/or certified forklift operators, and possess the Ten Hour OSHA Construction Safety Card.
Welding skills are also useful in conjunction with other technology areas such as: