Learn to become a better welder in less time!
Our training courses are designed to serve many individual skill levels and are great for all levels of experience. Participants may progress to professional welders, or use welding as part of their hobby. The training is a combination of hands-on experience and classroom theory. Our welding classes are designed to teach the skills of arc welding that employers want.
GMAW, GTAW, SMAW, Pipe Welding, Plasma cutting, and Oxy-acetylene are the most common training subjects.
Our welding training also includes blue print reading, welding symbols and metallurgy. You will not only learn to weld but learn how safely. All our courses have extensive safety training.
Our course list
Welding Training Class Prices
Tuition and welding supplies (if applicable) must be paid in full before the student starts the first day of class, unless a funding commitment letter has been received from a pre-approved outside funding source or agency for the tuition. LWT accepts cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard and Discover. If payment is not received by the start date, the student will not be allowed to start class.
Tuition is based on the course length and time of day.
Tuition is as follows for 2014:
- 1 week (40 hrs) Course $1,350.00
- 2 weeks (80 hrs) Course $2,400.00
- 3 weeks (120 hrs) Course $3,625.00
- 5 weeks (200 hrs) Pipe Welding Course $6,800.00
- 12 weeks (480 hrs) Combination Welder Course $11,750.00
Please note that evening classes are only available when demand exists for them. Contact the school for more information.
All students are required to have the following supplies at the beginning of their class: welding jacket, welding gloves, safety glasses, basic helmet with lenses, welders cap, fillet weld gauge, and welper pliers. These can be purchased through the school if the student so desires and arranges with the school. The approximate cost is $230 – $275. Auto darkening helmets are available for an additional cost, please contact our office for pricing.
Leather steel toe boots are also required, but are not available to purchase through the school.
Please check with school administration for the cost of supplies for your particular course.
PERSONAL FINANCES AND LIVING EXPENSES
Students are responsible for securing their own housing and meals. Contact administration department for additional housing information. Students will be given one half hour for lunch. A microwave and refrigerator are available for students to bring their own lunch if necessary.