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7
Months

1. Professional Welder


7
Months

Professional Welders are found everywhere – automotive, aerospace and aviation industries; bridges and bikes; shipyards, shops and skyscrapers – wherever metal needs adhering, a welder is needed. By being trained as a skilled professional welder, you’ll have career opportunities nationwide, and even worldwide. That means almost anywhere you want to go, welding can take you there.

10
Months

2. Professional Welder with Pipefitting


10
Months

With so many different things moving through pipes swiftly and safely – water, gas, air, and oil – there are many opportunities for people trained in pipefitting. The goal of the Professional Welder with Pipefitting training program is to prepare you to begin working in a versatile, sustainable career field.

15.5
Months

3. Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding Technology


15.5
Months

After successfully completing the Professional Welder training program, you can take your welding career to the next level. With an Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding Technology degree, you could have career opportunities virtually anywhere across the country and globe. Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding Technology training is available at the Tulsa Campus only.

9
Months

1. Electro-Mechanical Technologies


9
Months

This training program provides each student with a broad range of knowledge in electrical and mechanical technologies, along with heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. Career opportunities in this field are wide and growing. An added value to the program is the solar energy technology module, which includes an overview of the Photovoltaic (PV) Science with principles and application processes used in many solar powered systems. Electro-Mechanical Technologies training is available at the Jacksonville Campus only.

7
Months

2. Professional Welder


7
Months

Professional Welders are found everywhere – automotive, aerospace and aviation industries; bridges and bikes; shipyards, shops and skyscrapers – wherever metal needs adhering, a welder is needed. By being trained as a skilled professional welder, you’ll have career opportunities nationwide, and even worldwide. That means almost anywhere you want to go, welding can take you there.

10
Months

3. Professional Welder with Pipefitting


10
Months

With so many different things moving through pipes swiftly and safely – water, gas, air, and oil – there are many opportunities for people trained in pipefitting. The goal of the Professional Welder with Pipefitting training program is to prepare you to begin working in a versatile, sustainable career field.

10
Months

4. Professional Welder with Shipfitting and Metal Fabrication


10
Months

The objective of the Professional Welder with Shipfitting and Metal Fabrication program (PWSMF) is to prepare you for entry level positions in structural, pipe, and thin alloy and/or pipeline welding as well as positions such as shipfitter and metal fabricator. Key welding processes include SMAW, MIG, TIG, high frequency TIG, and Fluxcore. As a PWSMF graduate you’ll acquire many skills that will allow you to branch off into various career and employment opportunities.

7
Months

5. Refrigeration Technologies


7
Months

Our curriculum puts a heavy focus on hands-on refrigeration & HVAC training. Students also learn the fundamentals of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, climate control and refrigeration technologies (HVACR).

7
Months

6. Electrical Applications


7
Months

The Electrical Applications program at TWS Jacksonville is the perfect fit for someone who wants a career where they can work with their hands and finish electrician school quickly. TWS gives students a hands-on education in a real-world environment where they are taught by industry-experienced professionals.

7
Months

1. Welding Specialist


7
Months

The Welding Specialist program prepares a graduate for entry level positions in structural, pipe and pipeline, and thin alloy welding. Key welding processes include SMAW (stick), GMAW/FCAW (MIG/Fluxcore), and GTAW (TIG) welding procedures. Students learn welding safety, torch cutting processes, proper arc welding equipment setup, important welding control techniques, fundamental welding processes, and basic welding metallurgy. This intense program is primarily lab based and focuses on developing critical welding skills.

9.5
Months

2. Welding Specialist with Pipefitting


9.5
Months

The Welding Specialist with Pipefitting program prepares a graduate for entry level positions in structural, pipe and pipeline, and thin alloy welding. Graduates will also be ready for entry-level positions in pipefitting and steam fitting. In addition to the key welding processes learned in the Welding Specialist program, students also learn basic and advanced pipefitting skills.

Experience the Tulsa Welding School Difference

Training students for sustainable and exciting career options for over 60 years.

Founded in 1949 by two welders who recognized the strong demand for skilled tradesmen in their industry, TWS is an educational institution that prepares students for welding, pipefitting and electro-mechanical careers. Our graduates are trained to have the knowledge, skills and essential attitude to immediately enter their chosen profession.

Unlike other places of higher education, our training programs are largely hands-on, and include classroom and lab instruction providing students with real-world training needed to become successful professionals.

Why do so many students choose TWS?

From the moment you contact TWS to learn more about our programs you will be assisted by trained professionals dedicated to your well-being and satisfaction. At TWS, our staff of industry professionals are focused on helping you get the most out of your education and future career. We also offer flexible scheduling, financial aid assistance, career services, student housing, and we’re a military friendly school.

No matter where you live, TWS can train you for a rewarding career.

Tulsa Welding School’s three campuses in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Jacksonville, Florida and Houston, Texas welcome students from all over the country. In fact, we’ve trained thousands of out-of-state students. Our Admissions Representatives can assist you with securing temporary housing and taking advantage of all the tools and amenities available at each campus.

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