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 job placement.
Is a Welding Career Right for You?
Do You Want?
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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 was looking for a job that had potential for growth, and welding showed promise. The choices I had were limited and I needed to work as soon as possible. I chose Lynnes Welding Training, Inc. for the programs they provided, they are very diverse in the welding choices you can take. I loved the […]
“As a large employer in a tight job market – we needed an edge to ensure we had qualified Talent working on our production line. With a very small pool of welder candidates in our area, we needed to find a way to develop from within our own workforce. Lynnes Welding Training was able to […]
News / Events
Congratulation LWT Graduates today! And thanks for the AMAZING flag for the school Buddy K.
Meet Brandon Markey, the new welding instructor at Lynnes Welding Training in Fargo. His welding journey started following his service in the US Army and struggling to figure out what he wanted to do. After guidance from the VA, he enrolled at Lynnes Welding Training in the 480 hour Combination Welder I Program March of […]