Becoming a welder starts with training at Lincoln Tech in Nashville

Becoming a welder starts at Lincoln Tech in Nashville

Lincoln Tech’s newest career training option – Welding with Metal Fabrication Technology – is now available at the Nashville campus! Becoming a welder starts with having the right hands-on skills, and you can build these skills at one of the best known, most established career training schools in the Southeast!

In the coming years, nearly 15,000 welding jobs will need to be filled across the region, and more than 100,000 jobs around the country*. By adding a metal fabrication component to standard welding training, Lincoln Tech’s new program can help you expand your career prospects after graduation.

Skilled, trained welders are in demand across fields like construction, manufacturing, mining and agriculture. Lincoln’s training program includes practice in basic arc welding, Stick Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW) and more – you’ll learn the most popular types of welding procedures used in the field today!

Credentials are key to becoming a welder

As part of Lincoln Tech’s program, students will also be eligible to receive Level One and Two credentials from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). NCCER’s goal is to promote safe and productive working environments for construction professionals.

Lincoln Tech’s Nashville campus has been a cornerstone of the city for almost 100 years, dating back to its time as Nashville Auto-Diesel College. Employers know and trust the Lincoln name, and they will be looking for candidates with skills like yours when you graduate.  Students from all over the country, and many countries around the world, have come to the Nashville campus to start on the road to new careers in the auto, diesel, collision repair, and heavy equipment industries. Now you can take advantage of the newest program and begin your journey to becoming a welder!

* Source:, for the years 2014-2024.


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