Welding Schools Canada

Welding Training School Canada

At Weldtech training school, we offer specialized welding courses and programs that are tailored to your particular needs.

It doesn't matter if it's our corporate clients or individuals seeking to upgrade their skill set and learn new skills. We will customize your welding course to meet your specific requirements.

Since 1986, we have been committed to providing our students in Canada with the highest quality, customized welding education available. We provide “quality not quantity” by keeping our classes small with an average ratio of 1 instructor for every 6 students.

Our clients consider us among the best welding schools in Canada and continue to come back for upgrades, testing, and consulting. We help them succeed in their education, careers, and training.

Welding Courses From Weldtech Training School Canada

Corporate Welding Courses

Corporate Welding Courses

At Weldtech we know that companies have to keep up with industry demands in an ever changing and competitive market. That’s why we specialize...

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Individual Welding Courses

Individual Welding Courses

Individual trainees face the same demand as our corporate clients, with the industry being so competitive and employers want more from their...

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Welding Tests

Welding Tests

For welders looking to test for the first time as well as seasoned welders who haven’t tested in awhile we highly recommend training and or practicing...

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Techniques For Stainless Steel Vs Carbon Steel

Posted by | 27-6-2017

The world of welding is much more diverse than you might think. There are a wide range of different skill sets, techniques and areas of expertise required to be successful in this field. Welders typically work with two materials – stainless steel and carbon steel. Read More

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I learned about Weltech during a trades career fair and did some research into the welding profession in the Spring of 2013. Weltech offered a comprehensive 7 week course with a strong focus on the major welding techniques, personal instruction, small class sizes, and hands on training.

- Andrew Humphreys

I just finished the Combination Welding Program in Weldtech Training which lasted 7 weeks. The program contained : GMAW , SMAW, GTAW, and blueprint reading.

- Radik

I went to Weldtech to take the welder combo course with FluxCore added on to do some upgrading and recertify. Previously, in 1998, I went to a different school and wasted 6 months and a small fortune. At my previous school, all I learned was how to pass a T.S.S.A. welding test.

- Joey Head

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are there evening or night courses available for welding maintenance training?

Yes, Weldtech offers evening or night courses for welding maintenance training. These courses are designed to accommodate individuals who may have daytime commitments but still want to pursue welding training.

What employment opportunities exist within the welding field?

Welders can find employment in various industries, including construction, manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace. Job titles may include welder, fabricator, pipefitter, or metalworker, among others.

What is the average salary for welders?

Welders' earnings vary depending on factors such as experience, location, and industry. However, the median annual wage for welders is around $42,000, with experienced welders earning significantly more.

How long does it take to complete welding training?

The duration of welding training varies depending on the program and level of certification sought. Some programs can be completed in a few months, while more comprehensive programs may take a year or more.

What are the prerequisites for admission to welding school?

Admission requirements often include a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Additional prerequisites may include a minimum age requirement, physical fitness assessment, and basic math skills.

What are the prerequisites for enrollment in welding school?

Prospective students typically need a high school diploma or equivalent. Some schools may have additional requirements, such as a minimum age or physical fitness criteria.

How can I begin my journey in welding school?

To start, research welding schools in your area or online. Contact admissions offices for information on enrollment procedures, application deadlines, and any required assessments or prerequisites.

Why choose welding school over other educational paths?

Attending welding school provides specialized training in a high-demand field, leading to better job prospects and potential for higher earning potential compared to some other educational options.

What does the curriculum entail in a welding program?

Welding programs typically cover theory, safety practices, and hands-on instruction in various welding techniques such as MIG, TIG, and stick welding. Some programs also include coursework in blueprint reading and metallurgy.

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