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Welding Schools In Arizona

Congratulations on your decision to become a welder! Becoming a welder offers so much opportunity and is a great future path. If you want a little more detail about a career as a welder, be sure to check out our welder career guide.

The first step of course is finding the right Arizona Welding School to attend.

There are several great schools to consider in Arizona to get an Associate’s degree or a certificate in welding. So, dig in and let’s find the right school for you.

Arizona Welding Schools

Below are some of the best welding schools in Arizona and additional information about becoming a welder that we hope will be helpful for you.

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The below welding schools are additional options that offer some great programs. There are opportunities to do a 2-year program and earn an Associate’s degree or you can also invest in a certificate program which usually requires less of a time investment.

We recommend you contact the schools or programs that interest you – maybe because of cost or location – and get more information. Speak to their admissions office and of course do your homework on the school and find out what past students have said.

This is a big decision! Make sure you know all you can about the welding school you are considering.

Arizona Automotive Institute

Type: 2 Year College or Certificate Program
Enrollment: 368
Housing: No
Graduation Rate: 56%
Average Net Price: $32,585
Job Placement: Yes

Arizona Welding Salaries

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for a welder in Arizona is $42,560. Median means that half make more than that amount and half make less.

How much you can earn largely depends on experience and education.

State Median Annual Salary:
State Median Hourly Salary

Frequently Asked Questions

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