‘Tis the Season For a New Career

Winter 2015 WTEC Graduates Ready for New Career

Congratulations to our Winter 2016 graduating class!

We are wishing them each a rewarding new career as an American Welding Society Certified Welder.

Christmas is a time for giving and six motivated young men gave themselves the best gift of all; a new career opportunity. In the eight short weeks it takes to complete our welding course, these students have developed aluminum welding skills making them in-demand to industrial employers. Talk about starting off the New Year right, these graduates are well on their way to a successful and profitable living.

Instructor Levi Purins presented certificates of completion to:

  • Michael Solano of Elkhart, IN
  • Kevin Mead of Decatur, MI
  • Gordon Nadorozny of Amarillo
  • Korey Blasius of Three Rivers, MI
  • Chris Ellison of Paw Paw, MI
  • Nick Muszer of South Bend, IN (not pictured)

Levi has been an Instructor and Welding Inspector for many years with WTEC and continues to do an outstanding job in graduating highly skilled welders.

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About WTEC

The Welding Technology Education Center (WTEC) was born from industry need to fulfill industry need. WTEC is an American Welding Society Educational Institution member located at Fab Masters Company, Inc. in Marcellus, Michigan. Due to experiencing firsthand the shortage of skilled welders, Fab Masters President & CEO Ron Troxell decided to start his own welding training program. As a result, WTEC courses are designed with employers’ requirements in mind. Instructors then teach the theory and facilitate the hands-on lab practice needed for students to become capable of producing high quality welds. Consequently, WTEC is confident our graduates gain the welding skills needed to enter production or industry-level positions.

WTEC partners with Michigan Works to provide training to unemployed and displaced workers.

Visit our website for more information: http://aluminum-welding-school.com/