TRADE READY seeks projects to train student welders
TRADE READY, a program that provides local students with hands-on welding experience, is looking for projects to allow them to hone their skills. Working under the instruction and supervision of certified welder, students will learn hands-on fundamentals, allowing them to become skilled, entry level oilfield employees.
Items that the students can make for you under the supervision of TRADE READY instructors at their location in Watford City includes:
- Launchers and Receiver Skids
- Pipe Racks
- Pipe Supports
- Pig Pens
If you have any of these or other projects, please contact Kara Glenn at email@example.com or 701-580-8483
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