Single Welding Course Options

Up-Skill Your Employees Quickly

In just five weeks of introductory welding training at Tulsa Welding School (TWS) in Dallas, your employees can learn the fundamentals of welding and apply their skills on the job.

Course Features Include

  • Hands-on training, guided by instructors who have years of real-world experience.
  • All work, no nonsense. Your employees learn in the booth with real welding tools that get the job done.
  • Training in welding basics like arc welding, MIG welding, and fluxcore welding.

Training for Success

This is ideal for anyone in your organization to learn the basics of welding. We also offer more advanced customized welding training programs short-term welding training programs. Contact us for more information.

Choose from Three Unique Training Options:

Welding Fundamentals

Welding Training

Train in the fundamentals of welding and begin learning the critical skills you’ll need for a welding career. Learn plasma cutting and carbon arc gouging procedures, arc welding processes, the basic layout of construction drawings and how to correctly read and interpret welding symbols.

Learn how set up welding equipment, the components of an arc welding machine, and the various types of electrodes used in arc welding procedures. Using an E7018 electrode, students will also practice basic SMAW welding processes and techniques.

GMAW/FCAW Processes

Welding Training

In this course, students learn how to set up and operate GMAW/FCAW welding equipment, as well as how to prepare pipe for GMAW/FCAW welding processes. GMAW, or MIG, uses a torch designed to provide a shielding gas for the weld and an automatic wire feed system that provides a constant feed of the filler metal. FCAW, or Fluxcore, uses a similar torch but uses a powdered flux to shield the weld.

Students learn about isometric drawings and their importance as a three- dimensional picture of an object..

Structural Welding

Welding Training

The Structural Welding course introduces students to a number of different critical things:

  • Basic destructive weld testing techniques
  • The importance of quality welds to achieve maximum strength and integrity of the metal
  • Basic principles of metallurgy
  • Welding pipe

Students expand their knowledge about welding diagrams, drawings and the methods of coding various types of metal. Students will also learn the procedures for root pass, fill welds and SMAW processes.

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This course is only available at Tulsa Welding School in Dallas.

This 5-week course is for non-degree seeking students to enroll for personal or professional benefit. No certification or diploma will be awarded at the end of the course. This course is not approved as part of the institutional accreditation by ACCSC.