Our list of welding schools in Delaware offers a variety of options in welding education. Be sure to do your due diligence in researching any welding school that you intened on pursuing. Our site, Class One Welding has no affiliation with any of the schools listed below. If you would like a welding school or educational center added to our Delaware list please contact us or leave a comment at the bottom of the page!
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List of Welding Schools In Delaware
After doing considerable research about welding schools in Delaware I have come to the conclusion that there is just not a really good welding school within the state that I am aware of anyway. If I were you are serious about starting a long term career in the welding field I would consider looking at schools out-of-state, perhaps a Pennsylvania welding school.
If that is not an option for you and you decided to go to a local school in Delaware I highly suggest that after you graduate from that welding school that you look at becoming certified by the AWS and ASME for structural steel and high pressure pipe. You may want to take a look at my tips for choosing a welding school page to decide if the school you’re going to is worth your time and money.
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 Delaware – 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 Delaware welding school. If money is not the problem then I have a few other places you can get welding training in Delaware for free.
A welding apprenticeship can be a great way to learn a new skill while being paid at the same time. Both the Ironworkers Union and Boilermakers Union have apprenticeships available. You will be trained in a lot of other skills than just well welding but you will definitely become a certified welder. Rigging, pipefitting and mechanical assembly skills will be taught to you in addition to other technical skills like blueprint reading.
Most apprenticeships last about 4 to 5 years and at the end of those apprenticeship years you will become a journeyman. The wage for a journeyman varies depending on geographical location but can reach $30 per hour in a lot of areas.
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