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The Lincoln Electric Welding School – one of the oldest continually operating welding schools in the world – provides skilled trade training to U.S. military veterans who want to prepare for a career in the welding industry.

The GI Bill, Post-9/11 GI Bill and Harry W. Colmery Veterans Education Assistance Act offer tuition reimbursement for veterans, and in some cases, for a veteran’s child or spouse.

These benefits can only be applied to Lincoln Electric’s 20-week Comprehensive Program or the 6-week Basic Plate and Shielded Metal Arc Welding Course.

Why choose the welding profession?

A career in welding can lead to advancement opportunities in related fields

Technical Sales Rep.
Welding Engineer
Robotic Technologist
Welding Instructor
Welding Inspector

Positive Job Outlook and Growth:

Source: American Welding Society and National Association of Manufacturing

Why Train at The Lincoln Electric Welding School?

  • Safety is our No. 1 concern and our welding classrooms, operating procedures and labs are designed with this in mind.
  • Learn welding from a proven industry leader and operator of one of the longest continually operating welding training programs in the world.
  • Train at a major hub for welding research and development at Lincoln Electric’s homebase.
  • Work with highly trained and qualified instructors who are committed to your success.
  • Access to career fairs and thousands of potential welding jobs through Lincoln Electric’s career board.
  • Practice on the most advanced welding equipment and the best consumables in the industry.
  • Combine welding skills with Lincoln Electric’s excellent reputation for producing quality students and improve your chances of landing a great welding job.
  • Network with other students and professionals with different backgrounds and areas of expertise within a wide-variety of welding-focused industries.
  • Receive special pricing on welding tools and gear.

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