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Learn essential welding skills at NATS like methods for MIG, TIG, stick, and arc welding. Your hands-on training will utilize industry-standard equipment, so you’ll be ready for the field upon graduation.
Attend a High-Quality Welding School in Maryland
Are you looking for a welding school in Maryland that will provide you with the training you need to begin an exciting new career as a commercial welder?
North American Trade Schools, located in Baltimore, is an accredited combination welding school dedicated to excellence. Our welding classes are designed to give you the hands-on training you need to start working in your field.
For those new to the welding profession, you might want to check out our handy guide about how to become a welder in Maryland.
What Do You Receive From Our Welding School?
For more than 40 years, we’ve helped students from all over the state – from Glen Burnie to Dundalk to Silver Spring – become welders, and we’re ready to help you today!
With welding and fabrication, you take the raw materials and start the process of turning basic steel and metal into the cars we drive and the tools we use. As such, you will always be needed in a range of industries, working the front lines in the manufacturing and building industries.
When you attend our combination welding training program, you can expect to receive expertise from industry veteran instructors until you graduate.
The welding experience and knowledge you’ll receive while at North American Trade Schools serves as professional on-the-job training and will make you an asset to potential employers.
Experienced, Hands-On Training at Our Baltimore Welding School
Different welding applications require an array of tools. The difference between us and other welding schools in Maryland is that we feel the only way to learn how to weld at a professional level is to actually practice welding.
Our knowledgeable instructors provide hands-on guidance in small groups to ensure that each of our students learns the skills, tools and safety practices needed to begin a successful career as a welder.
In our welding classes, you’ll have access to the newest technologies available within the industry and receive a leg up on the competition after graduating.
Job Placement Assistance
At North American Trade Schools, we not only train you to get a career – we actually help you find a career!
Our graduates stand out in a crowd of applications because of our job placement assistance program. In addition to welder training, you’ll receive help with networking, writing your resume and improving your interviewing skills.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, excellent job opportunities exist for skilled welders because employers are having trouble finding qualified labor.
Here are just some of the top-employing industries for welders:
- General purpose machinery manufacturing
- Agriculture, construction & mining machinery manufacturing
- Commercial & industrial machinery equipment maintenance
- Architectural & structural metals manufacturing
- Motor vehicle body & trailer manufacturing
Of these sectors, the automotive industry employs the largest number of welders.
The outlook for welding school graduates certainly looks bright!
“The training I received at North American Trade Schools was top notch. From the time I first walked through the doors, I could tell everyone there was dedicated to my success. I would not be where I am today without them. Thank you North American.”
~ Ronald Dement III
Begin Training for an Exciting New Career Today!
North American Trade Schools takes great pride in providing students with practical welding training that gets results, and our Baltimore campus is conveniently located near the resources you need for high-quality, hands-on welding training.
If you’re ready to begin training for a new career at our combination welding school in Maryland, contact us today! One of our dedicated staff members will be glad to answer any questions you have for us.