welding school

Midwest Industrial Trade School strives to provide quality welding school classes for our students who come from all over the united states. MITS Welding Classes help prepare students for careers in the construction, automotive and plumbing industries that require welding knowledge. Our Welding school classes are taught by our well-qualified, experienced and dedicated welding instructors. MITS welding school offers courses to prepare our students for the opportunity to obtain a skilled trade career as a Maintenance Mechanic or as a Construction Welder. Our welding school courses include everything you need to be a successful welder including: Fork Lift training, blueprint training, hazard training welding school, fire extinguisher training and many other aspects of are welding classes. Our welding school courses teaches MIG welding techniques, TIG welding techniques, arc welding techniques, e6010 welding rods, e7018 welding rods and more. Visit our Welding School for classes on OSHA Basics, Hazard Recognition, Fire Extinguishers, Hot Work Permits, Confined Space Work welding school, Lock Out Tag Out Procedures, Fork Lift Operator, Aerial Lift Operator, Basic Rigging Fundamentals, Oxyacetylene Basics/Cutting-Gouging, Plasma Arc Cutting welding school, Base Metal Preparations, Shielded Metal Arc Welding Basics, Blueprint Reading I, Blueprint Reading II, Field Sketching Techniques, Heat Treatment of Metals, Mechanical Demolition Procedures, Mechanical Properties of Metals, Non Destructive Testing Methods welding school, Hexavalent Chromium welding school, Air Carbon Arc Cutting/Gouging Techniques, Shielded Metal Arc Welding II, Shielded Metal Arc Welding III, Shielded Metal Arc Welding Pipe, Weld Symbols Interpretation, Gas Metal Arc Welding Basics/Advanced welding school, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Basics, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II and Oxyacetylene Welding/Brazing.