There is a science and an art to welding – and teaching students how to weld. Lincoln Electric offers the industry’s freshest and most comprehensive products, curriculum and resources available for the welding education market today, including:
U/LINC® Curriculum – An effective, ready-made welding curriculum aimed at training a new generation of welders for the manufacturing landscape of the 21st century
LEEPS Program – Lincoln Electric Education Partner Schools (LEEPS) is a multi-tiered program that teaches welding instructors at every level of education. LEEPS keeps instructors current and relevant within the welding industry by integrating a professional development system into the program.
Course Builder – A web-based curriculum planning tool that creates a program to deliver specific and appropriate welding courses to your students from Lincoln Electric’s U/LINC curriculum.
Teaching Aids – Welding books, arc welding tutorials, DVDs, posters, lesson plans, welding project kits and design aids for the classroom.
VRTEX® Customer Training – Courses designed for professionals and educators who teach welding using the VRTEX virtual reality training tool.
REALWELD® Customer Training – Courses intended to allow new REALWELD® customers to get familiar with the system’s components, calibration, operation and system administration.
Regional Programs – Lincoln Electric conducts several training seminars at various locations around North America. These programs cover various topics, including, but not limited to, State Welding Educator Workshops, Power Wave® technology seminars, Distributor Training, Service School and Custom programs. Inquire here for potential programs in your area.
Teacher Observer Program – As a welding school instructor, you are eligible to sign up for a free week of welding training at Lincoln Electric’s Global Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio.
The JFLF Welding Competition – By recognizing both welding projects and technical papers, this program inspires excellence in instructors who teach welding and work hard to further the scientific interest and advancement of arc welding.