Quality and Safety at Weldtech is a very important factor and can be seen in everything we do. We believe a safe work place provides both a more productive and conducive learning environment for trainees.
Weldtech provides its trainees with the latest safety and welding equipment. Each welding booth is fully equipped with individual Nederman Ventilation Flex Arm systems. This allows for a fume free environment for trainees. Welding areas are also equipped with safety glasses, welding jackets, welding gloves, welding helmets, and tools related to the course.
Weldtech provides a variety of welding machines insuring trainees are able to learn on various welding power sources. Basic machine trouble shooting is also taught in all related courses. This helps trainees prepare for future company requirements.
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Welding Training Toronto: Where You Can Find Us
Our welding training hub located in Mississauga, Ontario is a state-of-the-art facility that provides exceptional education for welding enthusiasts. Nestled just a short distance from Toronto, our training center is easily accessible and offers a hassle-free journey for those seeking to learn the art of welding. Our commitment to providing industry-leading training positions our graduates for success in this demanding field. With convenient and well-connected travel routes from Toronto, the commute is seamless and efficient. Our graduates are equipped with the skills and knowledge required for promising career prospects, shaping the future of welding in Toronto and beyond. Join us in Mississauga for skillful training and a bright future in welding.
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.
I just finished the Combination Welding Program in Weldtech Training which lasted 7 weeks. The program contained : GMAW , SMAW, GTAW, and blueprint reading.
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.