Entry - Level Welding Course

There is a genuine demand for skilled welders across the country with the recent decline in welding.
as a career choice. With this demand, welding careers are prevalent across the country with a
variety of paths to take welding as a career whether it be aerospace, automotive,
construction/infrastructure, manufacturing, railroads, and shipping industries. The Entry-Level
Welding Training is aligned with the American Welding Society national standards and guidelines.
The course is designed to provide training to gain the skills to perform and continue learning on the
job as a welder. Students learn about the core elements of welding,

  • Occupational Orientation
  • Safety and Health of Welders
  • Drawing and Welding Symbol Interpretation
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
  • Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
  • Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW)
  • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
  • Thermal Cutting Processes
  • Welding Inspection and Testing

Get Ahead Without Debt

A college degree isn’t required for a career in welding. In fact, some facets of the welding industry prefer you start your career as an apprentice or through on the job training programs.

High Earning Potential

Demand for qualified welders is at an all time high. This means that many careers in welding come with excellent compensation and benefits packages. In addition, opportunities for advancement are endless.

Upon Completion Of Cutting Edge’s Entry-Level Welder Program, You Will Receive:

Nationally Accredited Certificates in four welding processes

Resume Reconstruction

Letter of Recommendation for Future Employers

Mock Interview Training

Job Placement

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began it’s operations in September of 2017.

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