Share your proudest moment with us for a chance to win a welding helmet or other prizes.

    Jamie Garrett

    • 3/14/2018
    • TWS Jacksonville

    Proud of my advancement

    Kyle Hughes

    • 3/6/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    Welding on a gas line the vavle was bleeding by at Tinker AFB. Also wondering do yall still sale the Tulsa welding school T-shirts.

    Sean Horton

    • 2/23/2018
    • TWS Jacksonville

    The work I am most proud of is the work I did at he TWS Jacksonville hvac school. I was able to take a display case cooler apart and put it back together as a functional refrigeration cycle display. Fully rewired and added extra components such as schrader valves and a Sight flow indicator. The hardest part for me was probably the brazing all the copper lines due to some of them being in tight spots but it’s also the part I am most proud of since I got them all on the first go with no leaks.

    Lesly Martinez

    • 1/19/2018
    • TWS Houston

    I’m most proud of my improvement. At the beginning of my 120 class I struggled profoundly with TIG from the root to the cap, mainly because I couldn’t get my hand movement right. Now coming towards the end of my class I have made a massive improvement.

    Leron

    • 1/19/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    I’ve learn not to give up so easy TWS has made become a better man a better person. In the past i wanted to give up on life. But because of TWS i have a life now. Thank you TWS.

    Michael Hall

    • 1/19/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    I learned the perfect arc length for the horizontal weld. So well, that the rind entirely peeled up! I was so happy to see this!

    Caleb Weaver

    • 1/18/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    Running the 6010 root and 7018 stringer fill and cap. It set the tone for welding pipe with a 6010 root and 7018 fill.

    Justin Neal

    • 1/18/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    This was a Tigged out T plate I did in phase 7. Having never welded before school this was a huge hurdle in learning how to “walk” the torch down the pipe to get the desired wave effect. TWS Tulsa is amazing and instructors are helpful and energetic. Just started phase 8….only 3 more then on to the inspectors course!!!!

    Jaykedrict Solomon

    • 1/18/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    I’m most proud of overcoming overhead position in 110 thanks to Mike carrier

    Joshua Corral

    • 1/18/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    I did it all by myself without any help in phase 1 the third week of me doing the school and I knew nothing about welding.

    Jay Green

    • 1/18/2018
    • TWS Tulsa

    From working 60 hours a week to a significant hand injust (not welding related), i have faced my fair share of difficulties while attending school. I am proud to say that i am still in school and learning all i can about welding. The fight to the finish will all be worth it after graduation.

    Patrick Guillory

    • 1/18/2018
    • TWS Houston

    Yes was challenging,very physical weld.

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    Drew Abernathy

    • 1/18/2018
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I’m most proud of finding a career that has will open so many doors. I’m welding for Phase 9 on this video doing a 5G pipeline. Love this school!

    Christopher R. Earl

    • 12/24/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    6 G is one of the hardest well test you can take to get a job I made a 94 on it I’m proud of that I feel like I get a job taking this test with ease I learned to protect my root weld better I’m more confident now

    Ricardo Castillo

    • 12/19/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    i am proud of acomplishing my goals and going to tulsa welding school i am a proud student

    Drew Abernathy

    • 12/17/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    This was my first ever “walking the cup” of day 1 of Phase 7. So proud!

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    Justin Neal

    • 12/18/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    This is was my 6G 6010 root and 7018 3/32 fill and cap final test of phase 5. It was a very difficult phase to get “comfortable” in. I overcame several family hurdles and events this phase to make it past the half way mark! I start phase7 on 12/18 and am excited to start a new internship with a manufacturing plant next month!!!!! Thanks for all the training TWS

    Dakota Rose

    • 12/16/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    I’m most proud of the moment I see the slag peel up by itself and I see a beautiful bead and i created it using the skills I have learned at Tulsa welding school

    Terry Hise

    • 12/16/2017
    • TWS Jacksonville

    I’m proud to be here. After years of being told what I couldn’t do I challenged myself to enroll and become a better provider.

    Enrique Nieto

    • 12/16/2017
    • TWS Houston

    I am proud of attending tulsa welding school to teach me how to weld , great instructors great school and great equipment , i am mostly proud of this tig weld came out amazing wouldnt have been made without the help of tulsa welding school. i had trouble walking the cup for a while on tig but to achieve a better weld i stayed after school and got great help from the best instructor jeff pasket!

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    Cedric Anderson

    • 12/16/2017
    • TWS Houston

    Hi my name is CedricAnderson I’m proud that I made the right choice to attend Tulsa to father my education. When i first start at Tulsa it was a Challenge for me because, I have never weld before. I also had some great instructors to teach me how to weld. I learned not to never give up on what you are trying to accomplish in life and it take patience to be successful.

    Mekayla Rundle

    • 12/15/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    When my welds were so good that the instructor thought the person who got top one did them 🙂

    Sergio Lopez

    • 12/15/2017
    • TWS Houston

    Im so proud and grateful for all the support I’ve received while attending Tulsa welding school. Everyday is a learning experience and I love the challenges each day brings me. Gotta keep pushing forward, I’ll only get better with more practice.

    James Benninghoff

    • 12/15/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    This was a challenging phase for me at first. I’m proud of the hard work I put into it. I was surprised that I won with all of the other really good welders that I had to compete with. No matter who wins, this school is about being better then you were yesterday. As I watch all of the other welders in my class grow more and more confident day by day, I realize that TWS instructors have done their jobs in teaching us the correct way. Thank you TWS!!!!

    – JAMES

    Dylan Johnson

    • 12/15/2017
    • TWS Tulsa

    Double the filler, double the challenge!