New Welding School in Fleming County
It is not a wonder that Fleming County starts experiencing the issues with the shortage of welders. As a result, the Kentucky Welding Institute presented a new welding program that will provide students with a chance to get quality education and certification in a specific welding field.
The school is located at the address of Hinton Mills, Kentucky 11 and started to accept calls from company owners interested in graduates. It only shows that the demand for welders is constantly high and those students that get the certifications will not be left without a job. At the moment, there are 20 students that are being trained and two instructors but the number of applicants is growing and the school needs to be enlarged.
The thing is that the school can accept just 5 students at one time but the school assists the newly-baked welders in finding jobs. Besides, there is a range of welding programs to be offered and students can achieve the career goals. The duration of the programs is different. Some can take three or six months. After completing the program, a student turns to be a qualified and fully certified for any type of welding jobs. Instructors are sure that students will manage any welding as there are a lot of exams to take and any student will need to get 70 percent considering written exams to get a certificate.
Moreover, they will get a certification in first aid, OHSA 10 and CPR. Instructors are sure that a lot of companies will need certification in OSHA and the chances of students to get jobs will increase immediately. If you want to update your skills but you have the certification, you will not need to spend time on it. One of the greatest advantages of participating in this program is that if you cannot complete it for some reasons and you are moving to another state, you will be able to complete it in the final location.