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List of Welding Schools In Colorado
Click on the name of the welding school to go to their website for more information about their welding program.
Other Options: Welding Training In Colorado – Welding Apprenticeships
Welding school may not be an option for you for a number of reasons. If money is a concern you will most likely be able to get a student loan, pell grant or other financial aid assistance to get into a welding school. If money is not the problem then I have a few other places you can get welding training in Colorado for free.
The boilermakers Union and the Ironworkers Union offer excellent opportunities for people that are interested in pursuing an apprenticeship program. Although these jobs entail much more than just welding it is an excellent opportunity to earn while you learn. From day one you will be paid an excellent wage, have no cost health insurance and have other great benefits.
Most apprenticeships whether boilermakers or Ironworkers will last 4 to 5 years. After you complete your apprenticeship you will be what is called a journeyman and earning a full wage. During your apprenticeship you will have training that is classroom-based as well as on-the-job training.
Welding is a large portion of the duties that are performed by Ironworkers and Boilermakers. You will learn several welding processes and also become a certified welder. You will also learn a number of other very important and useful skills such as rigging, blueprint reading, pipefitting and safety related material.
Colorado Boilermakers and Ironworkers enjoy a very generous pay that can reach up to over $30 per hour. This is an outstanding opportunity for anyone interested in this type of work to earn a paycheck while learning a new skill.
3890 Elm Street
Denver, CO 80207
Phone: (303) 477-1063
Ironworkers Local 24 (Main Office)
501 W. 4th Ave
Denver, CO 80223
Phone: (303) 623-5386
Ironworkers Local 24 (Sub Office)
706 Elmhurst Place
Pueblo, CO 81004
Phone: (719) 557-2545
5575 Tejon St.
Denver, CO 80221
Phone: (303) 296-6626