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    Default Welding schools in Toronto

    Hey there
    i am looking for a good welding school although i've found a couple has anyone got an idea about the General welding school ltd?
    i couldn't find reviews on this school i'd appreciate it if you could help and share your experiences. Thanks.

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    1st. post should be a member intro.
    But welcome anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caligner View Post
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    general weldingschoolltd is at 3585 Keele Street, it's in Toronto ON CANADA


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    anybody graduated from this school?
    know of the instructors?

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    Default Welding schools in Toronto

    Go to the pipe fitters hall and ask about apprenticeships I've seen the quality that comes out of these little welding schools and there main goal is to get the 15 grand or whatever outrageous amount they charge and show you how to get a couple tickets then you'll end up pushing wire in some shop for 15-20$ an hour. It's how I've seen lots of guys go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan128 View Post
    Go to the pipe fitters hall and ask about apprenticeships I've seen the quality that comes out of these little welding schools and there main goal is to get the 15 grand or whatever outrageous amount they charge and show you how to get a couple tickets then you'll end up pushing wire in some shop for 15-20$ an hour. It's how I've seen lots of guys go.
    cool i had no idea. "pipefitters hall" you say? are these welding companies? are they with union?
    i have some arc welding experience with tickets. i was trying to get my tig welding certificates i understand there is a lot of demands for TIG.

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    united association local #46

    why pay to go to a welding school when you can get paid to learn!

    ualocal46.org

    ualocal787.org

    GOOD LUCK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cognoscentik9 View Post
    united association local #46

    why pay to go to a welding school when you can get paid to learn!

    ualocal46.org

    ualocal787.org

    GOOD LUCK!
    i know
    that's awesome, man. i'll definitely check it out thanks a bunch.

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