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Helping you Shape Your Future
At Arclabs, we believe in learning by doing. That’s why all our programs feature 90% or more hands-on training. And we don’t have any prerequisite courses you won’t need – the small amount of classroom work is all welding-related. This ensures our programs can be completed quickly, some in as little as two months, so you can get into the workforce faster.
- We Offer:
- Fast, 90%+ hands-on specialized training
- Advanced training on specialty metals
- Flexible day and night classes to work around your schedule
- Job placement assistance
- Employment-focused training and testing
- Experienced CWI/CWE instructors on staff
- Low 20:1 student-to-instructor ratio
- Four convenient locations
- Financial aid for those who qualify
Get Certifiedin the Skills Employers Are Looking For
Arclabs’ advanced training includes certification testing. During our 900 or 1,300 hour programs, you will be eligible for up to three AWS tests in structural plate and pipe. When you pass, you’ll be certified in specific processes and qualified for that position. And this doesn’t just look great on a resume – it’s proof you have the certifiable skills employers want.
Included in your tuition, we now offer the following certifications in our 900 hour and 1,300 hour training programs:
• GMAW/FCAW on 3g 3/8th plate
• SMAW/GTAW on 3g 3/8th plate
• SMAW/GTAW 6g on monster pipe coupon (1,300 hour program only)
If students are interested in taking different AWS certifications, we are an accredited testing facility (ATF) with a CWI onsite to test you in other processes and materials.
Ignite your Future. Careers in Welding
If you’re looking for a rewarding career, welding is a great choice. It’s an in-demand career that pays well and offers lots of room for growth and advancement. And unlike many other good careers, it doesn’t require years of training (and the mountain of debt that comes along with it).
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the average annual salary for welders is $41,380 ($19.89 per hour).
The American Welding Society predicts a shortage of 375,000 trained welders by 2023.
More than 50% of American-made products, from smartphones to aircraft carriers, require the work of welders.
- On the rise
There are 1.5 million workers employed in metal fabrication, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. By employment numbers, that makes it the third largest manufacturing industry in the country.
At Arclabs Welding School, you can learn the necessary skills to work in welding. We have the experience and resources to help bridge the gap between a growing industry and the need for skilled workers. To learn more, call us today.