Metal Fabrication and Joining Technologies

Metal fabrication practices taught include layout, forming, rolling, bending, punching, shearing and inspection using the latest manual and semi-automatic equipment found in today's fabrication facilities. Welding processes taught include SMAW, GTAW, and GMAW welding, as well as OxyFuel Gas Cutting.

Career Opportunities (Entry Level):

  • Sheet Metal Worker
  • MIG/TIG Welder
  • Plating and Coating Machine Setter

With Experience or Advanced training:

  • Recreational Vehicle Service Technician
  • Exotic Metals Welder
  • Structural Iron and Steel Worker

Related Fields/Occupations:

  • Bridge Construction Supervisor
  • Commercial/Underwater Diver/Welder
  • Oil Pipeline Welder

Metal Fabrication and Joining Technologies Staff

Brian Gearty

Lead Metal Fabrication and Joining Technologies Instructor

Email: bgearty@bluehills.org

Matt Siwik

Metal Fabrication and Joining Technologies Instructor

Email: msiwik@bluehills.org