The Ohio based Lincoln Electric Welding School recently issued a full Fall schedule of training events for those involved in arc welding.

The Lincoln Electric Welding School is a division of the larger company, Lincoln Electric. The school itself has offered tuition to more than 120,000 students since its founding in 1917. And, according to the latest schedule, the fourth quarter of 2010 promises to be a bumper instruction season, with over ten individual courses taking place between October and December.
As one of the key arc welding institutions in the United States, it is perhaps little surprise that classes are lead by some of the seven full-time instructors who boast over a 100 years of combined experience.
The majority of courses are designed to teach arc welding skills which are so often sought by employers. Similarly, Lincoln Electric promises all affiliated students that their skills will be in high demand by welding fabricators and that they may expect above average industry pay levels.
The range of classes on offer differs from six-week basic syllabuses to more advanced 15-week comprehensive courses. Also, while enrolled, students will spend 80 percent of their time engaging in practical welding lessons. Furthermore, the school promises small class sizes with 15 student limits per class and guaranteed one-to-one instruction time.
Upcoming courses include:
• Introduction to Welding
• The Comprehensive Program
• Welding Certification Prep Course
• AWS CWI Seminar and Exam
• Basic Plate & Sheet Metal
• Pipe Welding
• Plasma, Oxyfuel, Alloy & Hardening
• Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
• Gas Metal Arc Welding / Semi Automatic
• Flux-Cored Arc Welding / Semi Automatic
Further details on the fall programme may be found online at