If it is steel, you can weld it! Learn to produce a good, strong weld and discern the difference between an inadequate weld and a proper weld. Gain knowledge to weld on your own, inspect your welds, and correct problems. Emphasis is on how a welding machine operates, practical tips, plus personalized coaching to improve your welding technique. Basic hand bending techniques are explored. A $70 materials fee is due to the instructor on first day of class. Please see www.learnatnorth.org for supply list, what to wear, and driving directions.
Welding Intensive for Beginners
We are unable to prorate classes, so the full class fee is required for registration regardless of attendance.
North Seattle College Continuing Education
From Acting Techniques to Zumba, the Continuing Education program at North Seattle College provides a wide array of non-credit classes for everyone in the community with a desire to learn and have fun. Geared toward lifelong learners, our reasonably priced, quality courses are led by instructors who teach their passion and profession. You’ll find our personal enrichment courses conveniently offered on both weekdays and weekends, daytime and evenings, and one-time workshops or multiple-sessions.
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Spool Knit, Persian, and Helm Chain$200Dates: August 29, 2019 - September 19, 2019Days/Times: Thursdays 6:00pm - 9:00pmNW Rockhounds Education CenterLearn to knit fine gauge silver wire into a tube using a wooden spool and a crochet hook. A selection of pearls will be provided for you to choose...
Reviews of North Seattle College Continuing Education(1 Review)Jessica B.
The campus is a maze, there's no getting around that. Give yourself a little extra time to find your class on the first day. The program is AWESOME though!! I've only taken art, but my teachers have been Superb! Glenn T is so so good. The way he structures the class and the feedback he gives- I can actually draw now! It's so weird because I've only ever done stick figures before! The continuing ed department is well organized. They sent me useful emails reminding me of my class dates, a room change, and forewarned me about parking. They were very responsive when I asked questions, which is a far cry from what Seattle Central continuing ed did for me (which was not much). If you have the choice, I highly recommend NCCC both for class quality and logistics (parking is easy, lots of buses come here, and they are WAY better organized). I will be taking many more classes through this program. Go lifelong learning!!