What Qualifications Do I Need To Become A Welder?
To become a welder, you must complete your high school to the tenth grade and have dexterity, good physical health and be able to work on your feet for long periods. You should also have enough technological knowledge to operate welding equipment. The next thing is to find a community college or university that offers training in the welding profession, and start a welding program at an accredited facility. Then, you should look for an apprenticeship after you finish your formal education, and lastly. complete your apprenticeship to become a certified professional welder.
The most common profession for a welder is in metal fabricating facility.
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