We offer private instruction by appointment, you can also buy a gift certificate if you wish to schedule with us at some point in the future, or purchase it as a gift without committing to a time and date.  There is no faster way to learn welding than by working with an experienced instructor that specializes in teaching beginners.  


  • Metal inert gas, (also known as MIG or Wire-feed or GMAW)

  • MIG using self shielded wire, (also known as Flux cored or FCAW)

  • Tungsten inert gas, (also known as TIG or GTAW)

  • Oxy-fuel, (also known as Oxy acetylene or Oxy Propane)

  • Plasma cutting, (both manual and cnc)

  • “Spool Gun” or  MIG welding of Aluminum and any other subject relating to welding, metal fabrication, numeric controlled cutting equipment, and foundry work.

  • Aluminum Casting

  • Related processes, fabrication, machining, grinding, etc

If you are unsure which process would fit your requirements feel free to contact us and we’ll get right back to you. MIG welding is the easiest process to learn by far. We always advise starting with MIG. Your instructor will work with you to help you develop the competencies you require in the shortest possible amount of time.


Please note that you will tend to underestimate the amount of time it will take to get a solid grasp of a process, or complete a project. We will be as clear as possible about how much time you should expect to spend to meet your goals. Our minimum period is 4 hours for Private instruction.

  • We require pre-payment in full to reserve private instruction sessions.

  • We can accommodate larger privately scheduled groups.

  • We only teach groups on weekends.

  • Solo private instruction is available on weekdays, please refer to the listing for details. 

  • We can use this session to help you with a specific project, or consult.   

  • If your goal is to learn to weld aluminum, please plan on multiple sessions. It is significantly more complex than welding on steel.