Advantages of Attending Lynnes Welding Training.
Our desire is to graduate students with the right skills that employers want and need.
Earn up to 12 welder qualifications.
Hands-on learning. A majority of your day is in the booth gaining actual welding experience.
Our combination welder program can be completed in 12 weeks!
Our skills courses are 1-3 weeks.
New classes starting monthly – open 50 weeks per year.
Excellent student to teacher ratio 12 to 1
Highly qualified experienced instructors
Hands-on welding from day one!
No “generals” classes. You learn welding related information.
Pre-cut materials keep you welding not preparing to weld.
We strive to teach you a base of knowledge that continues to serve you in the future – learning and growing on the job.
We use our industry connections to assist in jobs placement.
Is a Welding Career Right for You?
Do You Want?
Attend Lynnes Welding Training With Confidence!
Lynnes Welding Training is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Visit www.accsc.org for more information.
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What The Students Say
“I had heard the advertisements on the local radio and thought this would be a great opportunity for me to gain a career and make some decent money. I had MIG welding experience and wanted to get into the Pipe Welding career. By the end of my five weeks, I had a job offer with […]
“If you’ve welded before you still need to take Dave’s course, it’s like upgrading, you will be amazed of what you will learn, I did.” Ron Student
News / Events
This just in: The Prep-CWI class is now being offered in Bismarck as well. The class is set for June 27th – July 1st, 2016. Space is very limited! Call and sign up today before its too late! 36PREPCWI PREP-CWI COURSE 1 WEEK (36 CLOCK HOURS) TUITION $1000.00 Monday through Thursday 8:00AM – 12:00PM & […]
Scholarships! Apply for them now, otherwise you will miss out! Who doesn’t need the extra money to help pay for school? http://learntoweld.com/…/financi…/scholarship-information-2/