Why is a College Education Important?

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Did you graduate high school or want to change your career aspirations? Not sure if you need to get a college education? If you don’t have 2- to 4-years to attend a traditional college, consider Tulsa Welding School. We offer trade programs in weldingHVACelectrical applications, and electrical linework. They can be completed in months rather than years.

Why is a College Education Important?

There are many reasons why a college education is important. Attending Tulsa Welding School is essential because:

College Prepares You for the Future

Ready to take the next step in your career? You have options. Tulsa Welding School offers many trade programs to complete to become licensed and certified. A secure future is essential, and we offer trade programs in demand in many industries.

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While you attend a college education, you get an opportunity to network with instructors and classmates who can be helpful in your job search. You never know when to find a new job; your network can help.

Soft Skills

During your college experience, you will hone many soft skills that will support your success while working in the trades. These soft skills include:

  • Attention To Detail
  • Problem Solving
  • Time Management
  • Confidence
  • Self-Esteem

Increased Marketability

Having a diploma can go a long way to starting your career. Many employers look for diplomas and certifications that show dedication to a trade. When you have a college education, you are one step ahead of those who don’t, and that can be a deal breaker if you want to get certified or licensed. Most certifications and licenses require the completion of a trade school diploma program.

What are the Benefits of a College Education?

There are many benefits of a college education. Those benefits include:

Minimal Knowledge Gaps

You can start working a job and get on-the-job training, but in the trades, you may find yourself working on one specific type of specialty. You will only find that you have knowledge gaps once you branch out and take on challenges in your career. To reduce the number of knowledge gaps, get a college education from Tulsa Welding School. Our curriculum offers classroom lectures and hands-on training in real-life scenarios. Enjoy a complete curriculum with trade programs at Tulsa Welding School.

Industry Experienced Instructors & Small Class Sizes

We hire only industry-experienced instructors who have been in your shoes and know what you need to succeed. Because class sizes are smaller, instructors can offer personal attention and guidance during classroom lectures and hands-on training.

Hands-on Experience

In addition to classroom lectures, you will get hands-on experience in real-world scenarios to build confidence in your abilities. You will be able to take the time to learn and practice your trade and make mistakes that you can learn from before starting your career. Tulsa Welding School also offers virtual reality to supplement in-person training and offer a safe environment to learn a trade.

Career Services

Not only will you build your knowledge and skills, but we will help you find an apprenticeship after graduation. Finding a job that you are passionate about can be challenging. Tulsa Welding School has strong ties with the community and often hears about open positions for trade professionals. We help you prepare for interviews and build a solid stand-out resume

Want to Learn More?

At Tulsa Welding School, we are dedicated to helping you change your life and leading you to lifetime fulfillment and success. In addition to our supportive faculty and staff, our hands-on training programs are created with feedback from companies that employ skilled trades professionals. We train you in the types of skills that employers look for in a worker.

To learn more about our trade programs, contact us at Tulsa Welding School or call (214) 227-9911.