WELDING TRAINING CURRICULUM
If you are a welder looking to take your welding skills and techniques to the next level, IWA Training is for you. One hour each day is spent in the classroom dedicated to theory and safety, the remaining instruction is hands on. IWA is fully equipped for and limited to fifteen students per instructor. It’s where professionals come to sharpen and perfect their welding technique and skills. We train students for entry level, intermediate, and advance level welding. Our objective is to improve and mold each student’s valuable experience and abilities to their fullest potential through one on one direction of expert welders and (NCCER) instructors. We strive to ensure our students complete each course as a qualified welder through expert critique and repetition of correct safe procedures.
Normal lab hours are Monday thru Thursday 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm or 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm. IWA begins by determining each student’s level of welding competency and helping determine the path you would like to pursue. Once a course is chosen that fits the needs of the student, IWA works diligently to achieve your personal goals. This may mean taking one or more courses. IWA employs an outcome based philosophy in its approach to education in the welding program. This means learning to communicate effectively, retrieve information, see issues from multiple perspectives, solve problems and develop life skills. You will prove your knowledge and skills through practical testing in accordance to nationally recognized welding codes and standards.