Did you enjoy your high school welding class and want to make it your career? Tulsa Welding School can help. We have campuses in Tulsa, OK, Jacksonville, FL, Houston, TX, and the Dallas Metro. To further your welding knowledge, TWS offers interactive workshops and welding booth training to supplement in-class lectures. We also allow you to use OccuWeld, a virtual reality training software that helps you learn how to weld in a safe environment.
The Welding program at Tulsa Welding School teaches you about Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) and Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) processes, structural welding, basic and advanced pipe welding, and finishes off with a welding capstone course.
Can High School Welding Class Credit Transfer to a Trade School?
Unfortunately, the credit from a high school welding class is not transferable to a trade school. However, the good news is that you have some experience in welding, and you know what you want to do with your career. Plus, a welding program at Tulsa Welding School can be completed in as little as seven months.
Why Get Formal Training in Welding?
There are many reasons to get formal training. They include:
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Some welders start with an apprenticeship instead of formal training. This is an option, but you may need more essential skills when the time comes to complete tasks on the job. Plus, starting an apprenticeship may pigeonhole you into a specialty or single discipline within the vast array of welding techniques. Learning a complete curriculum will give you options when working as a licensed welding professional.
A great benefit of formal training is your hands-on experience in real-world scenarios. You can make mistakes and learn from them using virtual reality before any catastrophic events happen. Learn welding in a safe environment under the mentorship of industry-experienced instructors.
A great benefit to attending formal training at Tulsa Welding School is the career services we offer graduates. We will help you find an apprenticeship or enrtry-level career after graduation to further your welding career and prepare you for your licensing exam. After 3 to 4 years of experience as an apprentice, you can take the welding licensing exam to work independently as a licensed welding specialist.
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Are you interested in learning how to obtain a welding certificate? The Professional Welder program at Tulsa Welding School starts by helping you know what it’s like to be a welder in interactive workshop courses and welding booths. You’ll be trained in structural, flux core, and pipe welding in as little as seven months. You’ll also be prepared to excel in job interviews and welding tests for various certifications.