Heartland Welding Academy
Welding School in Wichita, Kansas
Heartland Welding Academy was founded by professional welders who want to promote skilled trades as viable career options. Certified welders are in high demand in Kansas and throughout the U.S. The job possibilities are numerous, in industries like nuclear and non-nuclear power, petrochemical, oil & gas, semiconductor, aerospace and manufacturing. There’s no better time to become a certified welder than now!
Our students are men and women of all ages who want to build a successful welding career. Some are recent high school graduates who want to learn a skilled trade as an alternative to college. Others are seasoned workers who want to transition to a career in welding.
How We’re Different
At Heartland Welding Academy, we believe the success of our program is measured by the success of our students. We strive for each of our graduates to not just become certified welders, but to also have the work ethic, skills and drive to build rewarding careers as professional craftsmen.
The core focus of our school is pipe welding and we also offer fabrication courses. Our program is designed to prepare students for work in the piping industry. Students have the opportunity to earn up to five certifications, depending on the program they choose.
Practical Pipe & Structural Code Welding
720 Hours/24 Weeks
Focuses on pipe welding and fitting related to field application.
Structural Code Welding
360 Hours/12 Weeks
Focuses on all position welding in the SMAW/GTAW/FCAW processes.
Ready to get started?
We offer tours every Wednesday and Friday at 1pm or 4pm so you can see first-hand what classes are like. Send us a message or give us a call at 316-776-5246 to let us know what day and time you’d like to come in.
Then, simply fill out and submit the enrollment agreement, choose your start date and pay your enrollment deposit*. We start new students every month, based on availability.
*Enrollment deposit is partially refundable. See Enrollment Cancellation policy in Student Catalog