Learning the ins and outs of Welding Fabrication

If you are looking to be part of an ever-growing industry, consider a career as a welding fabricator! Skilled welders are needed in high demand for a wide range of industries including manufacturing and construction.

From the cars we drive to houses we live in, welding contributes to the production of a variety of things that are an essential part of the lives of many people. Welding fabrication is used in the production of more than 50% of all manufactured products, bringing convenience and innovation to the world and making this an in-demand skill across a range of industries.

PMI offers an Electric Arc Welding Program to help get you qualified in welding and get you on your way to achieving your goals as a welder fabricator.

What does a Welding Fabricator Do?welder, welder fabricator

Welding is the process of fusing metal to other metal using hand-held tools. A welder fabricator handles everything from layout and design to formation and finishing for the creation of metal products. Welding can be a single operation that is completed during fabrication, whereas fabrication is referred to as the process of creating a metal product.

Fabricators also handle duties such as cutting, positioning, shaping, and aligning various types of metal. As the welding industry continues to change, it is common that many welders can fabricate, and many fabricators can weld.

Invest in Formal Welding Training for an Exciting Career

Welding fabricators can work in a wide range of industries including but not limited:

  • Manufacturing
  • Automotive
  • Oil & Gas
  • Transportation

If you are interested in becoming a welding fabricator, it is important to invest in formal welding training at an accredited school. By receiving comprehensive training from PMI, you will have the opportunity to learn a range of welding techniques as well as industry safety standards to prepare you for the workforce.

PMI’s Electric Arc Welding Program also includes training in the mathematics and mechanical skills necessary for work in the manufacturing, construction and other industries where welders are in demand. This program also offers hands-on training with a range of industry-relevant equipment and provides courses where you will learn skills such as resume and interviewing techniques to help prepare you for the job search upon graduation.

Become trained in our Electric Arc Welding Program to begin building a solid career in an ever-growing industry. Contact PMI today to learn more!