Looking for a trade program in Dallas? Tulsa Welding School can help. We now offer three trade programs at our new Dallas Metro campus. Whether you want to work as a lineworker, professional welder, or refrigeration technician, we can help.
Electrical Lineworker Program
Did you know that the Electrical Lineworker program at Tulsa Welding School can be completed in just 15 weeks? And lineworkers are in demand. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of lineworkers is projected to grow 6% in the coming decade.*
So, what do you learn in the Electrical Lineworker program? Along with classroom theory and hands-on training, you will be eligible to obtain many important certifications that will keep you safe while on the job. The certifications include Bucket Rescue, Pole Top Rescue, First Aid, CPR, Climbing, and OSHA 10. Learn from our industry-expert instructors and prepare for a rewarding career as an electrical lineworker.
Professional Welder Program
Ready to become a professional welder? Tulsa Welding School now offers our Professional Welding program, at our Dallas Metro campus, that will help you learn what it’s really like to be a welder. Enjoy hands on-training in interactive workshops and welding booths.
In as little as 7 months, you will learn the fundamentals of welding as well as GMAW and FCAW welding processes. Additional courses will focus on structural welding, and basic and advanced pipe welding. Our expert welding instructors will guide you through the curriculum and offer advice as you get hands-on training, putting your classroom theory into action.
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Refrigeration Technologies Program
If you are interested in heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R,) then Tulsa Welding School has the right program for you. In as little as 7 months, you can be fully trained in Refrigeration & HVAC at our Dallas Metro campus. The Refrigeration Technologies program trains you in the fundamentals of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration technologies. This program prepares you for entry-level job opportunities in the HVAC/R industry.
During coursework in the Refrigeration Technologies program, you will learn about the fundamentals of electricity, solar, and refrigeration. You will also learn about HVAC and refrigeration systems in both residential and commercial applications. You will work with the E-STAR equipment to help you hone your electrical and troubleshooting skills. You will also have the opportunity to qualify for EPA section 608 certification.
Is There Demand for Trade Professionals in Dallas?
Yes. There is high demand for trade professionals in Dallas. The net change for private-industry supersector employment of trade, transportation, and utilities professionals, in the Dallas metropolitan area, is projected to grow by over 32,800 workers over the coming year. The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX area was second in terms of nonfarm employment with only New York hiring more workers over 2022.** With this kind of demand, a trade job is waiting for you. Let Tulsa Welding School prepare you for this exciting opportunity
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*According to BLS data the employment for lineworkers is projected to grow 6 percent through 2022.
**According to BLS data Dallas Metropolitan Area is projected to grow by 32,800 trade professionals through 2022.