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Newbie to welding, is there any advice for someone interested in advanced training?

Hello, I am a newly sprouted seedling in welding, and I am interested in potentially working on boilers or engines. Can anyone offer advice in regards to how I could learn the techniques for this line of work? I am studying at the Northlands Job Corps Center and intend to go into the welding program. Provided I am not derailed or find another option, I also plan to do their Advanced Training. If anyone welds pieces for boilers or engines, what's the work like? Is it fulfilling and does it engage any creative centers?

Thank you for your time.

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Mark’s Answer

Explore the opportunities at vocational high schools and community or technical colleges. Vocational training opens up the exciting possibility of applying for apprenticeship programs with potential employers, paving the way for your bright future.
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Jason’s Answer

Your two best options are continue with your path of education or join a Boilermakers Union and serve an apprenticeship. Doing both will give you a strong combination of knowledge and experience.
Thank you comment icon I appreciate this, thank you for the advice. Milan
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