Ohio Technical College, in conjunction with Lincoln Electric, is excited to offer a brand new welding program that will take place in Ohio Tech’s state of the art welding facility. It will last 12 months and provide companies like Lincoln Electric with skilled workers who are ready to enter the workforce on completion of the program. It’s an impressive move that will benefit not only the college and Lincoln Electric, but the new beginning welders and the welding industry in general as well.
Ohio Technical College, Lincoln Electric team up for welding programPublish date: Dec 24, 2008
Ohio Technical College has partnered with The Lincoln Electric Company to launch a new welding course.
Enrolled students will receive training at Ohio Technical College’s welding facility outfitted with the latest welding equipment and consumables supplied by Lincoln Electric. The 12-month program will focus on arc welding skills, processes, techniques and safety. Students will receive certification following successful completion of the course.
“This program exemplifies the partnerships that are needed to meet the workforce challenges faced by businesses both in the region and worldwide,” says Tom King, director of Enrollment Management, Ohio Technical College. “Students become trained in an employable trade using the best equipment available, and employers have a new pool of highly skilled workers from which to hire. Ohio Technical College and Lincoln Electric also benefit by contributing to the growth and continuing success of the welding industry.”