Initially, I have plans to learn from online. Of course, Youtube is an extraordinary hotspot for learning. I generally depend on youtube for adapting new things. But it lacks when it comes to the practical session. It is somewhat hard to clear our questions since we need to ask our questions in the remark box and hold up till it gets replied. I discovered it a little tedious. Also, I skipped a considerable lot of the classes speculation to learn it on one more day. So I thought it is ideal to do a course routinely as opposed to on the web. I have arrangements to join for the Tool and Die welding course ( May 29-Jun 01 2017 bundle) from the WeldTech Training. I felt it is ideal to get prepared from the educators since they screen us when we do welding. What do you guys think about it?
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Welding is above my pay grade, but I'd look at comments from people who have taken the course. Also make sure the course content is not over your head, is the content for people in the trades who already know how to weld, or is the course material for people who have never welded? I'm only familiar with CMEs for docs but with any course material you sign up for, make sure it fits your needs or is required for your credentials. Email the folks in charge, tell them what you're looking for and see if it's a good fit.