Welding Training features instruction and career options in

Welding Training features instruction and career options in:





High Frequency TIG

Pipe Welding

Aircraft Welding

Thin Alloy Welding

Pipeline Welding



Program Courses

Introduction to Welding

Structural Welding I

MIG & Fluxcore Welding

Structural Welding II

Basic Pipe Welding

Pipe Welding I

Pipe Welding II

Advanced Pipe Welding

H.F. TIG &/or Pipeline Welding





Structural Welding

What is Pipefitting?

This pipefitter training program provides comprehensive pipefitter, steamfitter, boilermaker, and plumber training that covers blueprint reading, mathematics, safety, piping codes/specifications, and plumbing related skills. You’ll learn how to work with various types of pipes, pipe systems installation, plumbing related fixtures and more. Upon graduation, you’ll be trained and equipped with practical hands-on skills and techniques essential to start working in entry-level careers locally and nationally.

What is Pipefitting?

Pipe fitting is the act of laying out, assembling and installing piping systems involved in the transfer of various fluids, solids and/or gases. Pipefitters work on layout, assembly and installation of piping systems and related equipment by applying system knowledge and/or following blueprints.

So many different things move through pipes – water, gas, air, and oil – and people trained in pipe fitting are needed to keep those things moving swiftly and safely. The goal of the Pipe fitting training program at TWS is to connect you to a versatile, sustainable career field.


Overview of welder career responsibilities, work safety practices, career success skills, importance of job attitudes and work ethics, maintenance of equipment, beginning review of welding symbols and corresponding welds, cutting torch operations, stick welding procedures, procedures to clean and evaluate welds, cut and prepare metal plate, perform overlap beads in various plats positions, and begin fillet welds for plate T-joints.


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