Our list of welding schools in Kansas 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, colleges or apprenticeships listed anywhere on this page.
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During your time at this welding school you will learn all of the major welding processes including SMAW/Stick, GMAW/MIG, FCAW and GTAW/TIG. In addition to welding mild steel plate and pipe you will also work with more exotic metals like aluminum and stainless steel. In classroom learning will consist of welding theory, blueprint reading, first aid/safety and metallurgy.
This welding school also offers optional classes that you can add on to your regular curriculum. Some of these classes include advanced welding skills, tooling and fabrication. In addition to your tuition costs you will have to buy your own tools and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). You can find a tool list here.
NCK Technical College offers training in not only welding but also CNC plasma cutting. A lot of welding schools are lagging behind in providing training on new technologies like CNC enabled equipment/machines. Pipe welding and plate welding with SMAW, GMAW, GTAW and flux cored arc welding.
In the classroom you will have classes about metallurgy, blueprint reading and math.
This Kansas community college offers two welding certificate programs and an Associate’s Degree welding program. You will have plenty of hands on training and will learn how to weld with MIG, TIG and stick processes. In addition to hands on welding training you will have a few classroom based classes including blueprint reading and safety.
This welding school offers an excellent welding program. What I like, no love about this school is that they offer welding certification tests. You will have a chance to take the AWS d1.1 (all positions) certification and the ASME Section IX (all positions) pipe welding certification. Having welding certifications will greatly help you communicate your welding skills to employers on paper when applying for jobs.