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Online Courses

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Now anyone can have simple and easy access to WELDING EDUCATION, anywhere, anytime!

Whether you are a student considering a career in welding, a welder looking to take the next step or a welding instructor that wants to connect with a new generation of welding students, American Welding Online provides the tools and resources to help you succeed.

Online Courses

Learn at your own schedule with our engaging, easy-to-understand online seminars available on your computer 24/7. All you need is a computer with an internet connection.

The American Welding Society provides the most comprehensive welding courses in an engaging, easy-to-use, modular format. All content is developed and updated by senior AWS instructors and staff:

Convenient, 24/7 Access:

American Welding Online courses can be accessed on the internet day or night, seven days a week. With no software to install, you can start a course on one computer and finish it on another.

Live Support:

Welding education professionals are available to help you directly through optional weekly office hours. AWS staff is also available to answer your questions from 7:30am to 5 pm EST, Monday to Friday.

Proven Methods:

AWS open format courses encourage you to review problem areas and seek help from AWS instructors. Module quizzes allow you to measure content retention and comprehension.

Easy to use:

Pause, advance, and rewind navigation features assure you complete control over your learning experience. 

Clear and Understandable:

Clear modules incorporate audio narration, animated graphics, and video footage designed to make even the most complex topics easy to understand.

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