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Train in as little as 7 months.
Tulsa Welding School offers practical, hands-on career training to help you start your new career sooner than you think. TWS is a smart choice that could lead you into a career in an exciting field. Our dedicated support team will help you every step of the way to help you acquire the training and the skills for a long and rewarding career, which can be a strong return on the investment you make here. Let us show you how to get started on an exciting career path today. TWS has three campus locations in Tulsa, OK, Houston, TX, and Jacksonville, FL. Programs vary by location.
Take the next step toward an exciting career.
The TWS team is here to help you through every step of the process.
Experience the TWS difference.
Tulsa Welding School has been training students for sustainable and exciting career options for over 60 years. Whether you’re just starting out after high school, changing careers or transitioning from the military to civilian life – the TWS team is here to help you through every step of the process. TWS has a long history of training students for exciting careers and makes it easy to get started.
Anything involving metal construction, pipelines, climate control, refrigeration, electrical or solar installation could be part of a lifelong career for you. If you’re ready to change your life, then take the next step toward an exciting career.
Options for Students Without a High School Diploma or GED
Enroll in Tulsa Welding School—without a high school diploma or GED .
TWS now has the Eligible Career Pathway Program (ECPP) available for students without a high school diploma or GED. What does that mean? This could be your chance to earn a diploma, train for the skills needed for entry-level jobs in welding, HVAC/R or electrical and earn a high school diploma at the same time!
Contact Tulsa Welding School to see if how to qualify for the ECPP and start your welding training at the same time.
The Eligible Career Pathway Program (ECPP) is not available to students in the Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding Technology program.
Ready to enroll? It only takes 4 steps:
- Contact TWS for more information.
- Schedule a personalized tour of our campus with an Admissions Representative. For out-of-state students, we have a virtual tour of our campus you can view.
- Apply for admission to TWS.
- Start school!
The Arbitration Agreements can be found in the Student Handbooks which are located here.
Admissions for the Electrical Lineworker Program
If you’re interested in training for a career where adventure and adrenaline meet purpose and impact, our Electrical Lineworker program can train you for a career where adventure and adrenaline meet purpose and impact.
Requirements for Enrolling in the Lineworker Program
• Must be at least 18 years old.
• Must be either a high school graduate or have your G.E.D
• Must have a valid driver’s license
• Be eligible to obtain a Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL)
• Provide proof of current medical insurance coverage by the start date of the term you select. (Students are required to keep current coverage for
the duration of the program.)
• Not have a felony conviction on your record
• Weigh no more than 300 pounds due to weight restrictions of fall protection equipment
• Complete the online learning readiness assessment.
• Be physically and mentally fit to participate (official Medical Release form provided during enrollment process)
• Proof of passing the DOT Physical, and our Doctor and Medical Release form signed by you and your doctor.