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Welding Lessons

Welding is a fabrication process that fuses together materials by heat, pressure, or a combination of both. The practice is part of making parts for machines and other practical uses, as well as part of people who make metal art.

Typically associated with metalwork, the practice of welding goes back many years and is also used on thermoplastics. A welded joint is often referred to as a weldment. The practice is distinct from soldering and brazing, which does not melt the parent material. There are various energy sources and techniques used in the practice of welding, making it a deep and diverse field.

TakeLessons is committed to providing the best online welding lessons (and in-person sessions) available today. Sign up now to get started!

Certified Welding Teachers

Finding certified, background-checked welding teachers is made easy with TakeLessons. We take all the mystery out of finding an affordable, effective teacher online.

Our website offers a diverse set of teachers and lesson plans, including online, in-studio, and at-home lessons. If you’re looking for virtual learning options, TakeLessons has the best online welding lessons that allow you to learn on your own time. All you have to do is pick a teacher, set your schedule, and start learning. The lesson price varies by teacher.

Effective welding lessons are just a click away. Sign up at TakeLessons to get started!

Online Welding Lessons for All Ages

Welding is a fun and gratifying skill to learn. Many ages can benefit from welding lessons, whether to explore an exciting hobby or seek an entirely new career in welding.

For safety reasons, many welding teachers recommend children are old enough to start learning the craft at the age of ten. Once your kids are ready, we offer welding lessons for kids that prioritize safety while also curating your child’s interest in creativity and craft. Eventually, your child can explore welding as a career or a hobby. Adults will also find personalized, effective lessons on TakeLessons.

No matter your age, TakeLessons has the best online welding lessons and in-person sessions available. Sign up today!

Welding Lessons for All Levels

Welding lessons at TakeLessons are personalized to the needs and goals of each individual learner. Whether you are just starting out or looking to explore welding as a career, we have a lesson plan for you.

Many teachers on TakeLessons offer welding lessons for beginners, which are designed to help you get comfortable with basic welding techniques while also emphasizing a “safety first” approach. Our welding teachers are well-trained in helping students challenge themselves without sacrificing safety in the process.

The best online welding lessons are ones that ensure your safety and maximize your learning potential. Get learning today!

Welding Lessons Curriculum

Sample Curriculum for Beginner Welding Lessons

  • Welding methods
  • History of welding
  • Gas welding
  • Arc welding
  • Basic safety

Sample Curriculum for Intermediate Welding Lessons

  • Welding materials
  • Geometry of welding
  • Heat-affected zone
  • Metallurgy

Sample Curriculum for Advanced Welding Lessons

  • Welded art
  • Welding careers
  • Glass and plastic welding
  • Advanced welding applications

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Getting started with welding lessons can be intimidating. TakeLessons removes all the confusion out of looking for great online and in-person lessons, allowing you to sign up for lessons on a simple, full-service learning platform. Plus, the best online welding lessons and in-person sessions also come with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Sign up to start joining metal today!

FAQ

Is welding easy to learn?

Welding is not easy to learn. It can be a challenge due to the physical exertion required, as well as the understanding of how welding works with various techniques and materials. Because of this, enlisting in lessons with certified welding teachers is the safest and most effective way to learn. A great welding teacher will coach you on using welding equipment, using various materials, and making pieces you can be proud of.

Can I teach myself welding?

You can teach yourself some essential things about welding on your own, such as basic fabrications and repair work. One of the problems with teaching yourself, though, is the cost of investing in welding equipment, as well as the safety issues that come with learning. Because of these barriers, it’s best to learn from certified welding teachers. TakeLessons offers the best online welding lessons and in-person coaching that will emphasize safety while teaching you how to do the essential welds.

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