Our Complete Program
900 Hour Advanced Welding Program:
This extensive structural and pipe welding training course is designed for the beginner welder or the welder with some experience. This course consists of 815 welding hours and 85 classroom hours, which includes advanced topics in welding. Upon completion of this course the student should be eligible for work as an entry-level structural or pipe welder in the construction or industrial field.
Other Available Programs
Programs are available for those who qualify. Contact us for details.
From novice to experienced welder, our training modules are designed to fit your needs. Day and evening courses are available.
400-Hour Welding Program:
This structural welding course is designed for the beginner welder or the welder with some experience. This course consists of 345 welding hours and 55 classroom hours. Following course completion, the student should be able to start work as an entry-level structural welder in the construction or industrial field.
*This Program Applies Only At Our Texas Location
280-Hour Specific Process Program:
This course is designed for the beginner welder or the welder with some experience. The beginner welder may elect to take the GMAW/FCAW program only. An experienced welder may choose one of three welding process concentrations: SMAW, GMAW/FCAW, or GTAW. The GTAW course may be taken as a pipe welding course.
Students enrolling in the SMAW or GTAW structural welding concentration must have prior welding experience, and they must pass a welder qualification test in a process of their choice to demonstrate experience prior to starting class. Students enrolling in the GTAW pipe welding concentration must pass a GTAW welder qualification test.
120 Hour Pipe Welding Program:
This course is designed for the experienced welder who is looking to improve his/her welding skills for pipe welding. This course consists of 114.5 welding hours and 5.5 classroom hours. Students are required to pass a 3G & 4G plate welder qualification test to start this program. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to pass a typical pipe welding qualification test using the GTAW and/or the SMAW processes and be eligible to start work in the construction or industrial field.