Georgia school starts combination welding program to meet demand
from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Until recently, the Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Duluth, Ga., specialized exclusively in aviation-based job training programs. That changed in May when AIM launched its first combination welding training course. “Good welders are in demand,” said Reggie Baker, executive director of AIM’s Duluth campus. “We had a lot of interest from the community from employers as well as prospective students seeking a quality welding program, and our career services staff said they have been receiving calls for several years inquiring about welding. One employer told me, 'I can’t buy a welder at any price. If they are good, their boss will offer them more money to stay where they are.’"
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