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    My supplier dropped this off thought I would share.

    WELDING CLASSES @ GENERAL AIR
    All of our classes are four hours in length with roughly the first half in a classroom setting learning from the instructor. The second half of the class will be spent hands on in our welding lab trying the techniques you learned in class. In the lab, the instructor is available for demonstrations and to answer any questions you may have.

    Our Denver weld school equipment include approximately 24 current model machines manufactured by Hypertherm, Lincoln Electric and Miller Electric. Depending on the class, subject matter ranges from MIG and TIG welding on mild steel, stainless and aluminum to stick and fluxcore welding on mild steel. Classes on oxy-acetylene welding/cutting and plasma cutting are also offered. Our welding and plasma equipment runs on 110V input for the hobbyist or 220V for the production shop and, in some cases, both.

    Remember, the more questions you ask during your time in the classroom and in the lab, the more you will learn!

    Hover over a class title below for a class description.

    Basic MIG

    Advanced MIG

    Basic TIG

    Advanced TIG

    Plasma Cutting

    Oxygen/Acetylene Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
    Stick

    MIG Lab

    It is recommended to take the basic course first followed by the advanced in order to gain all of the knowledge necessary to begin welding on your own.
    *Schedule is subject to change
    **Now offering private parties (Denver only). Call Sarah to set-up a training session for your own party (weekdays only). Minimum 6 participants required.
    ***Waitlist options available, please call Sarah if registration is displayed as "closed".

    Participants under 18 years of age must submit guardian signed waiver prior to participation.

    Schedules & Registration

    We offer welding training at three locations for your convenience. Please select the location of your choosing from the options below. Each location offers a different listing of class options and dates. Please contact the corresponding location to reserve your place, each location tends to their own registration process. For general weld school questions, please feel free to contact Sarah at 720-359-3235 or sewing@generalair.com

    Pricing

    Basic & Adv MIG, Basic & Adv TIG, Plasma, and Oxy/Acet = $50; Full day session = 2 classes, total $100
    Stick = $75
    MIG Lab = $100
    NOTICE: Payment due at time of registration, no refunds given, but reschedules accepted if cancellation noticed is received 48 hours prior to scheduled class. Cost is per person per class. We accept cash, check, or major credit cards. Round Tuit Tokens redeemable for 1 class (excluding MIG Lab).

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    I might be thinkin about this !
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    If you buy a welder through them you get one free class.
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    I took their basic mig class, and for $50 I thought it was worth it. We were able to weld with several mig models 110v/220v both gas and non-gas. to see what each type offers. If your thinking about buying a welder or just getting started I'd recommend it.

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    I can weld with my MIG. I just need to weld better !!
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    I need more learning and practice with the TIG, this could be right up my alley. Thanks Joe for sharing the info!
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