Welding is an invaluable skill to have, either for personal repair use or larger professional projects. If you’ve decided to pursue this unique path, you could be wondering what positions your newly found skills apply to. Tulsa Welding School puts that question to rest with a handy overview of welding-focused jobs, all in a variety of industries. Take a look at the screen cap, and as always click it for more information!
Porosity? Fusion? What in the world do these words mean? Welders-in-training will need to learn these and much more to be successful in their chosen trade. Tulsa Welding School teaches the right combination of skill and technical know-how for tradesmen to build their careers in a number of industries–from aerospace to repair. For a 101-level crash course, TWS put together a quick list of terminology to-be welders should have a handle on. Read on below and click the screen cap for more info!
It’s OK if you don’t know how to solve every plumbing problem that occurs in you home. That’s what plumbers are for! However, everyone should have some basic know how on what a few common issues are and how to contend with them. Tulsa Welding School lends its advice on things like leaks and drains.
Tulsa Welding School educates budding professionals on a wide variety of technical topics and specialties. Part of the school’s offering includes a focus on shipfitting or shipbuilding. Those in the shipfitting industry perform a variety of tasks designed to aid in the construction of sea vehicles.