• Servando Lozano

    4
    • 8/3/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    welder

    Since I finish program I have been at same welding shop, thanks to TWS, it has opened a few doors for me

  • Hunk

    4
    • 8/2/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Great program

    I enjoyed the TWS Professional Welder Program as it was fast, informative, and well structured.
    The instructors were (for the most part) very friendly and extremely informative. They all had significant experience in the field and had real life examples on how to handle different scenarios. The instructors were all willing to give you demonstration after demonstration on different welds, and would watch you weld and tell you exactly what needs improvement. I recommend TWS to anybody with lots, little, or no welding background. If you are willing to put in the time and effort, don’t settle for a ‘C’ or ‘D’, and have a drive to become successful, you will not be disappointed.

  • Jeremy nettles

    5
    • 8/1/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Excellent welding school

    Very good pipe welding program, the school was kind of crowded because i started in august and that is the busiest month of the year because all the kids just graduating highschool. My recommendation is try to start at the begining of the year during the slow months and you will have more one on one time with the instructors

  • Leo Hosteen

    5
    • 8/1/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Tulsa welding school

    Tulsa welding school is a great school with the best instructors that tulsa has to offer had a great time Attending the welding school

  • Leylon

    5
    • 7/31/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    great school

    Before going to TWS I have never welded before but with their help and guidance I learned everything I needed to know. Safety was always first and we even had meetings throughout my time there to go over everything. I would recommend this school to anyone interested in learning how to weld.

  • Daniel Johnson

    5
    • 7/31/2015
    • Professional Welder
    awaiting opportunities

    The experience with Tws had changed my life style to the caliber of working warehouse jobs at $10/HR to becoming a professional pipe welder; landing $28/HR on my first job, Just in 7 months. And also met plenty of interesting people along the way.

  • Marco A Mejia Ramos

    4
    • 7/31/2015
    • Professional Welder
    Hard work pays off

    First of all I just want to say thank you TWS . The programs are great if you want to learn how to weld then there is noting stoping you at TWS. I would go to morning class then stay afterwords and weld, it’s like a 24/7 hands on welding . I got a job when I graduated at Huntington Ingles Ship yeard it’s not best paying job but it’s good experience it’s a tough job but if you can weld here you can weld anywhere , am 21 and making 22 an hour so that’s a start . So to me you guys help those that want to succeed , so having company’s come bye and hair it’s great . But you should tell students that just start welding when company’s come bye they should test for them because I think the most important thing is landing a job right after you graduate but alot want the big bucks from the get go and it can be done but chances are slim . But just work hard because hard work pays off.

  • Anthnony Littlejohn

    5
    • 7/31/2015
    • Associate of Occupational Studies
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    Anthony Littlejohn survey

    Tulsa Welding School is a great educational institution I learned a lot in the time I spent there the teachers are great and very knowledgeable how they continue the good work

  • Jonathan Morace

    5
    • 7/31/2015
    • Professional Welder
    Changed My Life Forever

    The skills I learned at Tulsa Welding School helped me raise my annual income from 20k a year to 60k-100k a year. It changed my life. Signing up for the school was easy. They walked me through it step by step and told me what I needed and what I needed to do. They also worked with me and my financial situation, allowing me to make monthly payments for the program. Their staff was very professional and helpful every step of the way. Tulsa’s weekly class schedule of four days shop time and one day classroom was just what I needed to become a safe and professional welder. And if I wanted more hands-on practice, the instructors encouraged me to come in and practice on the weekends. The instructors were very knowledgeable and always willing to take the time to help me understand or get something right. Going to Tulsa Welding School was the best thing I have ever done for myself. Thank you, Tulsa Welding School.

  • jacob krusemark

    4
    • 7/31/2015
    • Associate of Occupational Studies
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    inspection course

    Tom moffit is what makes that course we’ll worth it. The information he teaches and beats into your brain is like none other. I’ve come out knowing more then most guys I work with. However the school likes to give idiot students too many chances. Kick the dumb ones out and you’ll have a better reputation.

  • JT Land

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
    Makin the big bucks!

    i graduated in july 2008, a rough time to be in the job market, i had a job in my home town of Amarillo tx in 5 months. i rose through the ranks quickly and started making over $2000 a week within 3 years. After just taking 1 year off of work (after i paid the house off). i just tested with TIC and start my new job here in Craig Co making $28 hr, and $80 per diem as a structural welder (60 hrs a week, you do the math). i will be home around christmas, and plain on taking another few months off.

    Welding has given me EVERYTHING i have today, Tusla Welding School got me where i am at today, and i thank them for that!

  • Alex Declair

    4
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Tulsa welding school graduate and successful welder

    I attended tulsa welding school from November 2012 – June 2013, I graduated with very good grades and even better knowledge. I started welding from the very bottom, knew know one in the industry and had no
    Idea how to weld. I learned very quick that learning to weld was all about the time and effort you
    Put into it. I graduated towards the top of my class and left with a great understanding of the trade. After school I decided todo fabrication instead of pipe welding, I fabbed portable bars and tables for about a year then decided to do pipe welding. I got on as a welder with a company that does turnaround services in refineries and power plants. On the road we can make anywhere from $35-$42 and hour. With that money Iv been able to pay off bills and I am buying a 2015 Chevy within the next week. I think the best tool tulsa welding school had was their instructors, they answered all my questions and directed me in the direction of the company I am currently working for.

  • w.hope

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    LIFE!

    I came to tulsa to make a better life for myself i just bought a truck, boat, and house and the same week so i guess it worked out! What you think??

  • Andy begay

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Gain more knowledge and accomplish my goal

    Professional welding program help shurley help me pass my 2” scedual 80 tig all the way out and 2” combo. know I am working for Holly frontier making 30$ hour I am doing fine for know?

  • Byron Lindsey

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Recent Graduate

    Instructors are helpful and will work with you as much as possible. Amazing environment.

  • Rlj

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Great school

    The school was great I finished my program on time never had to repeat a single course because the teachers are intelligent unlike some other schools. It is a little pricey but for what you get it’s a good buy I would recommend it to anyone who would like to learn how to weld.

  • C. Mosleyhull

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
    Great School Bad Reputation

    I am a TWS graduate and I loved the training despite how quickly each phase passed on. However I found that after graduating finding a job in this particular field was quite difficult. Due to many of the former students who were not actually graduate’s. Claiming to have been trained completely, going to interviews unable to pass weld tests. I don’t fault TWS for these former student’s. Instead I will say that TWS is a great school and I believe that anyone really wanting to obtain a great skill set TWS is definitely the best way to go. I’ve been welding now for five years and the money is awesome. So thank you TWS keep up with the great work.

  • Willie Griffin

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    great school

    They helped me learn a way to earn a better living. I am forever grateful.

  • David E

    5
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Excellent school with even better instructors

    I finished the program on schedule without any rephases. The instructors are top notch and are willing to teach if you are willing to learn. I landed a welding job a few days after I moved back home. Glad I went.

  • Max lutz

    4
    • 7/30/2015
    • Professional Welder
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    Perfect start but not complete

    It took the standard 7 months, I learned the basics to welding and welding processes however the classroom could have been a bit more comprehensive and most teachers could teach well but not all of them. It helped get me a job in the sense that it was a small step ahead of most due to the fact that I knew how to weld and know how to operate machinery. A shop is a very different thing from the lab environment and there are things that the lab could have done to better prepare me for it. I feel that due to my time in school I learned to be proficient and have the confidence I needed to gain employment in the welding field. Tulsa welding school will have my eternal thanks for pushing my life forward and showing me that, no matter the age, skill or confidence level that anyone can really do anything they want and with hard work and desire to learn anything truly is possible.