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Entering its second century, the welding profession is maturing, with many employers requiring more exposure to robotic automation, advanced equipment, exotic materials, specialized code certification, theory, welding procedure specifications and more. With advances and specialization, there is a growing need for welders who understand more than how to hold a torch and join metal.

As a result, public, private and skilled trade schools at every level are developing new education programs to designed to deliver the workforce industry is demanding today to remain globally competitive. In parallel, the need for skilled welding instructors and appropriate curriculum is growing as workforce development partnerships take hold and federal and state grant funds become available.

There is a science and an art to welding – and teaching. Lincoln Electric, with a century in welding, research, instruction, participation in industry groups, code development and support of educator, trade and youth organizations – offers the industry’s freshest and most comprehensive product, curriculum and resources intended for the education market today. 


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