We’re proud to offer four distinct welding courses to best suit your needs as we work to train the nation’s finest welding craftsmen using a hands-on approach, one-on-one attention and a family-style environment to prepare you for a successful career. Explore our welding programs below!
Master Pipe Welding & Fitting
Designed to train you to become proficient and employable in the field of pipe and structural steel welding, this course is designed for welders who may want to work in areas of field construction or shop manufacturing. You can emphasize one area over the other, depending on your employment objective and overall capabilities.
Master Structural Welding & Fitting
This course trains you to become proficient and employable in the field of structural steel welding, the creation of the metal structure for bridges and buildings, including cutting and repairing columns, beams and girders. Designed for welders who may want to work in areas of field construction or shop manufacturing (such as the construction, ship building, mining and aerospace industries), you can emphasize one area over the other, depending on your employment objective and overall capabilities.
"I don't know where you would get this much knowledge in such a short period of time ... It kind of blows my mind. I feel so lucky to have found this school and this trade."
Lanae S., MWI Graduate
Master Pipe Fitting
This course will prepare you to enter the pipe industries with blueprint and isometric interpretation, hands-on instruction in tool use, and the knowledge base to use these skills in a variety of different work settings. A competency-based program, you’ll progress at your own pace, and performance and completion certifications will be issued on your completion of the course.
A special program for qualified welders only, this course is designed to increase the welding proficiency level based on a "Fit for Purpose" course. Using a variety of welding processes – including Shielded Metal Arc Welding (Stick), Gas Metal Arc Welding (Mig or Wire), Flux Core Arc Welding (Dual or Innershield) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Tig or Heliarc) – this course is designed to progress the welder above your demonstrated ability.