Created by welders, Tulsa Welding School (TWS) was designed to equip students to excel in the welding industry. Since that time, TWS has expanded its curriculum to include programs in a wide range of technical fields. Now students can become skilled in fields such as climate control, refrigeration and solar energy, and pipefitting in addition to welding*.

With a demand** for vocational training programs, Tulsa Welding School is a great choice for people who are interested in learning skilled trades. We have campuses in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Jacksonville, Florida, and Houston, Texas.

Hands-On Learning/Quicker Training

Students do most hands-on learning using equipment they would find in a work environment. This way, graduates of TWS programs not only have a sound knowledge base but a concrete skill set to take with them on the job.

Tulsa Welding School understands that spending two to four years on a degree is not for everyone. Because of this, most TWS programs that can be completed in less than a year and have the skills needed to find meaningful work.

Student Support

TWS understands that schooling is an important decision and that it is not always an easy commitment. Therefore, TWS strives to offer assistance to students in all ways. From our admissions representatives, to the financial aid advisors who help students find ways to pay for school including scholarship opportunities. Each campus also has a dedicated career services department to help students in their job search after they graduate.

With flexibility and support, TWS has defined itself as an educational leader. Therefore, to get started on any number of technical careers, remember Tulsa Welding School.

Contact Us For Program Information

If you are interested in learning more about training for a new career in Welding, Pipefitting, Shipfitting, or Electro-Mechanical Technologies, contact Tulsa Welding School today.

*Programs vary by location. Visit our website or contact Tulsa Welding School directly for more information.

**According to US Department of Veteran Affairs as part of the VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011.