Welding Schools In Alabama

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Our database has 23 schools located in the state of Alabama that offer some level of certification or course.  This list of welding schools in Alabama is updated quarterly, if you see a school that is missing, please let us know.

The most popular cities for welding in Alabama are:

  • Mobile
  • Monroeville
  • Fayette
  • Birmingham
  • Gadsden

Alabama is a popular place for welding as tradeschool options are fruitful. Welders in this state can expect to work in common industries such as construction (bridges and buildings), prefabriaction, power plant and refineries, aerospace, ship building, and automotice welding.


SchoolAddressContactPhone Number
Alabama Pipe Welders Academy715 Saint Emanuel
St, Mobile, AL
36603
trained@alabamapip(251)-222-9799
Bevill State Community College (Fayette Campus)2651 Temple Avenue, Fayette, AL 35555, United StatesEverett Reynolds(205) 648-3271
Bevill State Community College (Hamilton Campus)P.O. Drawer 9, Hamilton, AL 35570, United StatesMike Reed(205) 648-3271
Bevill State Community College (Sumiton Campus)P.O. Box 800, Sumiton, AL 35148, United StatesEric Fuller(205) 648-3271
Birmingham Ironworkers Training Program Trust2828 4th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233, United StatesJohn E. Clement(205) 251-3372
Cleburne County Area Vocational School11200 HWY 46, Heflin, AL 36264, United StatesBill Ayers(256) 748-2961
Dallas County Area Vocational School1306 Roosevelt Ave, Selma, AL 36701, United StatesSam Gladden(334) 872-8031
Gadsden State Community CollegeP.O. Box 227, Gadsden, AL 35902, United StatesJohn Wilcox(256) 549-8653
Gadsden State Community College – East Broad1001 George Wallace Dr, Gadsden, AL 35903, United StatesJohn Wilcox(256) 549-8200
Gardendale High School800 Main Street,Room 402, Gardendale, AL 35071, United StatesTim Turner(205) 379-3600
Jefferson County Board of EducationPinson Valley High School, 6895 HWY 75, Pinson, AL 35126, United StatesDan McGettyan(205) 681-2640
Lawson State Community CollegeP.O. Box #308, Bessemer, AL 35021, United StatesRoy Ledford(205) 428-6391
Lurleen B. Wallace Community CollegeP.O. Box 910, Opp, AL 36467, United StatesJackie Woods(334) 881-2273
Metalworking TechnologyMinor High School,2285 Minor Pkwy, Adamsville, AL 35005, United StatesVan A Phillips(205) 379-4750
North Baldwin Center For Technology505 West Hurricane Road, Bay Minette, AL 36507, United StatesJames B Lawson(251) 937-6751
Parker High School900 4TH ST N, Birmingham, AL 35204, United StatesFred Braswell(205) 231-2370
Phenix City Board of Education2400 Dobbs Dr, Phoenix City, AL 36867, United StatesGeorge A Martin(334) 298-3626
Shades Valley Technical Academy (Dabs)5191 Pine Whispers Dr, Birmingham, AL 35210, United StatesWilliam B McGrady(205) 379-3300
Southern Union State Community College1701 Lafayette Parkway Opelika, AL 36801 United StatesDr. Darin Baldwin(334)-745-6437
Tuscaloosa Center for Technology1300 37 St East,Tuscaloosa, AL 35405, United StatesShelly McGee(205) 759-3648
Univeral Technical Institue10695 W Pierce St, Avondale, AL 85323 United StatesKrista Dykes(623) 245-4734
Walker County Center of Technology1100 Viking Dr, Jasper, AL 35501, United StatesDebra Ellis(205) 387-0561
Wenonah High School2916 Wilson Road, Birmingham, AL 35211, United StatesGeorge Dumas(205) 231-1675

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