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Upon graduating from North American Trade Schools, welding students will find a variety of opportunities to start their welding career.
Combination Welding Program
- Course Length: 36 weeks
- [SMAW] [GMAW] [FCAW] [GTAW]
- Tuition: $14,606
The Combination Welding Program is a series of comprehensive courses to provide individuals with a well-rounded background and training in various welding applications and techniques based on ASME and AWS specifications.
Combination Welding Students will be prepared to participate in a variety of welding certification tests, and can receive D1.1 certification upon successful inspection of their submitted D1.1 Test.
Once they have completed their D1.1, the student has the opportunity to gain other welding certifications such as the 6G pipe test. 85% attempting a certification test passed on their first attempt!
North American Trade Schools pays for the first American Welding Society – AWS certification attempt.
The typical Combination Welding Graduate leaves with $1,834 of debt to begin careers in demanding industries like the rail-road operations, local union apprenticeships, iron-working, and even continuing their education underwater-welding.
In Baltimore, MD at North American Trade Schools Combination Welding Program, students will encounter a beginner’s perspective of welding and what students can offer the trade. In the beginning of the 1st quarter students start off with a core safety program that will propel them into the bulk of the Combination Welding Program.
Students are trained in several different welding techniques. These include Oxy-Fuel Cutting, Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, and Flux Cored Arc Welding.