KLK School of Welding & Theory Offers Tailored Curriculum
A lot of scholars think of their future careers and most of them start taking certain steps while studying at high schools. Additionally, there is a great demand for skilled workers in the sphere of manufacturing and welding and colleges in association with companies that need workers introduce a number of welding programs that can attract attention of those students who would like to start earning as soon as possible. KLK School of Welding & Theory presented a new welding program called Hanover-based KLK Welding and students confirm that the program is actually individualized.
The program is created with the mission to supply the local companies with the skilled workforce. York County’s manufacturing plants appear to be in a great need for workers who could increase the productivity and quality of products produced. The local companies are interested in the cooperation and are used to calling the school asking for students who are skilled enough to start working. Besides, instructors have a chance to tailor the curriculum to your needs whether you are an experienced welder or just a beginner.
Additionally, the school has its own working welding shop where students can get on-the-job experience. As a result, on graduation, students can easily get to work and provide effective results to companies. Indicating this information on the resume will be an advantage comparing to other graduates. The school will also present jobs for students as local manufacturers are interested in new and fresh workers to reduce the demand for welders.
In general, the program includes 16 weeks and the cost is $1,100 per semester. Instructors say that not all the boys are dreaming of entering a university and welding is what can provide them with money and the possibility to lead an independent life. Due to a number of people that want to become welders, the school wants to increase the size of classes so to provide them with the needed skills and opportunities.
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