• Randolph Sloan

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
    Welding Hobby

    Tulsa welding school was an awesome place to get certified. I’m working as an Aircraft Mechanic all my life. I took welding for a hobby and I enjoy every bit of it.
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    Professional Welder
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    Randolph A Sloan
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  • jeff morrow

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
    Great School,

    This was a great experience, the best instructors,Eddie,Don,Glenn,Tim,Dave,Wil, & wil’s dad,his name slips my memory right now,are the best,very helpful,they know it all,if ur willung to learn.I loved it there,and now am in the AOS program.If you wanna learn to weld,come here!!!
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    Professional Welder
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    jeff morrow
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  • Texas Belle

    4
    • 10/26/2020
    • Pipefitting
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    **Worth it**

    As a single mom of three kids TWS was so worth it. The program has enhanced not only my future but also the future of my children. With great instructors and staff…it was worth it. I am currently a girl pipe fitter and well respected.
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    Pipefitting
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    Texas Belle
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  • Christopher Hearn

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
    Shipfitting, where the heart is.

    I absolutely loved my time at TWS. I got to get dirty and learned a new trade, Heck I even made a working guitar with my own two hands! Mike, Tom, and Jimmy were some outstanding instructors, I came into TWS not even knowing what a torch was, and came out with a self made WORKING guitar!

    However, my thirst has not been quenched, I’ve completed the Shipfitting program and I’m coming back for more, Professional Welding, you’re next!

  • Andrew Seifert

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
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    Great experience

    The program was fast pace and needed much effort put forward, though there was so much work time as opposed to class time that I got to work with my hands, since I really do enjoy working with my hands. It’s taught me so much and I can’t wait to use it for a job.

  • Clayton Hardesty

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Welding Specialist
    Hard Work And Dedication!

    Hi My name is Clayton Hardesty. I’m a graduate of Tulsa Welding School. I graduated in March of 2011 at the Tulsa Oklahoma Campus. As soon as I graduated, I was able to come right in to the Pipefitters Union Local 562 St. Louis Mo. I’ve been working in coal burning power plants and nuclear power plants making hot welds on big steam Pipes. I’ve also been on a few chiller and boiler change out jobs and I’ve gotten to travel a bunch since I started with them! This year will be my last year of a five year apprenticeship that I’ve been serving with them. I have to say that I love what I do for a living. If it wasn’t for TWS and the instructors that I learned from while I was there i would have never passed the weld tests to get into the Union and on to jobs where I have to pass a gate tests to be able to weld on the construction jobs that I go on. While I was at TWS, I was in the afternoon class. I would come in extra early each day and stay late so that I would get a grasp on what I was learning at the time. There where some days that were harder than others for me with the welding and there were some days that it just came natural. Those long hard days that I spent in the booth paid off in the end I’m very happy where I’m at today. TWS taught me that Hard work and dedication does pay off! I still have a long ways to go and I’m still learning everyday. I had a instructor tell me at TWS that the day you quit learning is the day that you quit doing anything and I have to say that stands to be true. Thank you for all that you have taught me TWS and thank you to all the instructor that taught me along the way!!!

    Clayton Hardesty
    Cape Girardeau Missouri
    TWS Graduate March 2011

  • Alex Declair

    4
    • 10/26/2020
    • 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.
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    Professional Welder
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    Alex Declair
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  • Carl Mayer

    4
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
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    Good Program If Your Willing To Work Hard

    I started school in July of 2016. I new nothing about welding but worked hard to learn all that I could. I ended up graduating Top of the Class with a 4.0 GPA and 6 top ones because of how hard I worked. You can learn if you apply yourself to everything everyday. The instructors are Excellent and know what they’re doing! The office people on the other hand are worthless. They did nothing to find me work after graduation. Even after I repeatedly went in and asked. If they fired the entire student services staff who are supposedly there to help you land a job, they could lower your tuition greatly. I did end up landing a job pipelining, but only by me being persistent and calling around. Don’t expect any help from the school for jobs. If you want something, you gatta do it yourself.
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    Professional Welder
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    Carl Mayer
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  • w.hope

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • 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?😎

  • Njb

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
    Changed my life!!

    This school changed my life! It changed me from a person that really didn’t know where or what I was gonna do in life and gave me work ethic and a skilled trade that Has me traveling the country making a good living and living life.

  • Joshua Carpenter

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Welding Specialist
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    Expanded my welding horizons!

    TWS gave me all the knowledge and experience I needed to compete in the welding market place. I expanded my knowledge of welding x100 and feel confident about employment as a welding specialist. The instructors are brilliant and pushed my talents far beyond what I thought possible. The staff was professional and eager to help with tuition, financial aid and job placement.

  • Nathan Gonzales

    4
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
    My tech school experience

    I was able to go from knowing nothing about welding to picking it up by the first three phases due to the well experienced instructors and hands on approach. The constant shop time and available instructors to answer questions was a big help. I had a job there in Tulsa welding for twice the pay I was gettin at McDonald’s before phase 8 even came around. If they can make a welder out of a city boy like me then they have it going on over there.
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    Professional Welder
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    Nathan Gonzales
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  • C. Benally

    4
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
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    Excellent Program

    I had some doubts when I first arrived at Tulsa Welding School. I had zero experience in any type of industrial work but that did not matter. I soon realized that it was okay that I had no experience and we were there to learn. The instructors were very helpful showing multiple demos and really getting to the root of a problem and explaining how to correct it. I know I have a lot more to learn to become the welder I want to be; but I will be forever grateful to Tulsa Welding School, the instructors, and my classmates who laid the foundation for an excellent career!
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    Professional Welder
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    C. Benally
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  • Jerald radusewicz

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
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    Welding my future together.

    This program help me get my life together. It got me a job welding 40 hours a week, 401k and full insurance. This program showed me not only how to weld perfectly, but how to make positive life choices. It was worth every cent.

  • Hunk

    4
    • 10/26/2020
    • 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.

  • shaun D

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Electro-Mechanical Technologies
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    Tulsa Welding School Graduate

    I went to Tulsa Welding School Hvac program. Though this Program It allowed me to build the skills. So I can Better get ahead in my career choice. Soon After gradation I was able to easily get in to the North East Builders Association Apprenticeship program. The Skills I learned at TWS Built up my resume that I was able to land almost any job I wanted. This include the high-skill jobs such as industrial electrical technician. I was taught by some of the best teachers I knew. Which allowed me to focus on Allowing me to figure out which skill set I would be best at. Over-all the Program allowed me to take the steps needed for a future in a already changing world.

  • Christopher DeGraffenreid

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Assoc., Occupational Studies in Welding Technology
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    TWS course review

    I was able to complete all 3 course through Tulsa Welding school in just 2 years using my post 9/11 g.i. bill. The programs have classes for anyone’s schedule, and the staff and instructors are always willing to help or answers questions.
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    Assoc., Occupational Studies in Welding Technology
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    Christopher DeGraffenreid
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  • William reeder

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
    Great school

    It was a great school I learned everything I needed to know to get in the field, the instructors are the best at what they do, they will go above and beyond to help you out all you have to do is ask they are always there for you, and the carear services department are great they will do whatever they have to do to help you get a job they are very hard working people, the Dean and president are both great guys if you have any problems they will resolve it very quick so you can get back to learning your new trade, you can always go back and practice anytime for free once you have graduate witch is awesome, no other school allows you to do that I am very glad to say I am a TWS graduate of 2015.
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    Professional Welder
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    William reeder
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  • wesley moman

    5
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
    A great experience

    I learned a skill that changed my life… Something that I’ll be able to teach my sons, grandsons, and little cousins and nephews..my instructors were the best they helped me when I needed it and kept me motivated to graduate
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    Professional Welder
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    wesley moman
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  • Eric Wolff-Klammer

    4
    • 10/26/2020
    • Professional Welder
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    Pretty swell experience

    This program teaches you how to weld and weld good! You have plenty of time to come back and practice more. 3/4 of the teachers really care about you commit to one on one time. I really enjoyed this experience and definitely recommend it! The only thing I wish they offered was certifications.