What programs does Elite Welding Academy offer?

A: Elite Welding Academy offers a variety of welding programs, including structural welding, pipe welding, and combination welding.

What are the admissions requirements?

A: Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have completed high school or obtained a GED, be in good physical condition, and be serious about pursuing a career in welding.

Does Elite Welding Academy offer financial aid?

A: Yes, Elite Welding Academy offers a range of financial aid options to those who qualfy, including grants, loans, and scholarships. Eligibility varies based on a student’s individual circumstances.

What is the student-to-instructor ratio?

A: Elite Welding Academy maintains an 18:1 student-to-instructor ratio, ensuring personalized attention and support for each student.

Does Elite Welding Academy offer job placement assistance?

A: Yes, Elite Welding Academy provides placement support to graduates in good standing, including resume assistance and access to a network of employers.

What are the program start dates?

A: Elite Welding Academy offers classes starting in January, March, May, July, September, and November, with additional dates possibly available.

Does Elite Welding Academy provide housing?

A: Elite Welding Academy does not provide housing directly, but maintains a list of recommended long-term hotels and negotiated discounts for graduates.

How do I file a complaint or grievance?

A: Elite Welding Academy provides a clear process for filing complaints or grievances, including speaking with the instructor and school director, and contacting external organizations if necessary.

Does Elite Welding Academy participate in Ohio’s TechCred program?

A: Yes, Elite Welding Academy participates in Ohio’s TechCred program, offering reimbursement for training in technology-focused credentials.

What types of welding certifications can I earn at Elite Welding Academy?

A: Elite Welding Academy offers a range of certifications, including those from the American Welding Society and the National Center for Construction Education and Research.