Customized Workforce Training
Sharp, skilled welders. You depend on them to keep your operation profitable by increasing efficiencies and keeping rework costs down. Continuing training for your welding staff is one of the best investments you can make for your operation and Lynnes Welding Training puts those skills well within reach of your operation.
We tailor the training to your business and provide all the tools, materials and space so you’re not cutting into your production resources. Day and evening classes are offered at our locations in Fargo and Bismarck for added flexibility and convenience.
Types of Workforce Skills Training
- Industry specific compliance training. Meet a level of welder skill that is required by certain industries.
- Develop training for specific welding processes – GMAW, GTAW, SMAW Designed to fit your production system and available employee skills
Welding Qualification Testing & Certification
- Send potential employees for testing at our facility
- Certify welders to meet compliance with project specifications and AWS/CWA standards.
We watch and listen to the needs of the welding and manufacturing industry. Using that information, we design specialty courses that improve the skills, increase the knowledge, and teach participants to consider the overall manufacturing processes. These courses benefit more than just the welder behind the torch, including engineers, designers, supervisors and quality control people.
View our current offerings then call (701) 893-2295 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss specific benefits our customized training and course will offer your organization.
For welders with GMAW experience on steel that want to learn GMAW on aluminum.
Learn the effect of shielding gas and other weld parameters on weld penetration and deposition rates. Develop the skills to better manage the welding operation in your business.
This course is designed for engineers, quality control & quality assurance personnel, project and contract managers, inspectors, construction foremen, welders and welding supervisors intended on participating in the American Welding Society’s one week Certified Welding Inspectors seminar.