At Ringwood Training we provide students with a purpose built facility for welding and fabrication to industry standards. Our trainers are highly respected in their field and have years of experience.
We pride ourselves on our small class sizes for our welding course with a maximum of 8 students.
Ringwood Training Welding Short course is suitable for:
- Beginners who are wanting to learn how to use a welder for DIY projects at home and aspire to creating your own work of art
- Tradespeople wanting to upskill or have a refresher
You can choose from ARC, MIG, TIG or OXY welding type to be delivered over 4 evenings; 6-9pm.
Available Course Dates
Tuesday 14, 21, 28 February, 7 March 2023
Thursday 16, 23 February, 2, 9 March 2023
Tuesday 14, 21, 28 March, 4 April 2023
Thursday 16, 23, 30 March, 6 April 2023
Students are required to wear:
- Leather work boots
- Cotton Drill Full Sleeve Overalls/Long Sleeved Shirt
- Safety Glasses
- Welding Helmet*
- Welding Gloves*
- Drink Bottles
*We ask you to provide your own gloves and welding helmet for these classes where possible
Cost is $420.00 and must be paid at the time of registration to secure your place
If you wish to do another welding course you will receive a 10% discount.
*needs to be enrolled within 6 months of the previous course.
Note: Course dates are concurrent. Make up classes or partial refunds canot be accomodated due to course demand.
To register please download and complete the enrolment form and email it to [email protected]
“My 2 sons have recently completed the Welding Short Course at Ringwood Training. They could not speak more highly about it. They were able to learn so much in the 4 weeks. The facility and equipment they got to use was of a really high quality and the teaching supportive and informative. Well worth it. Would recommend Ringwood Training to anyone. Thank you all so much.”
“For anyone wanting an excellent value-for-money short welding course, look no further than Ringwood Training!
“As a retired and somewhat pedantic 65 year old very ‘hands-on’ Mechanical Engineer that has been welding since I was 13 (Stick and Oxy-Acetylene), I had long promised myself an upgrade to TIG for some stainless and aluminium hobby work, with an introductory course to start me off. Having done an initial TIG course in late 2021 somewhat interrupted by Covid lockdowns due to no fault of RT’s, I recently did the 4 week course again and considered it superb. The Ringwood facility is exceptionally well equipped (and the total envy of any serious hobby metalworker), and the evening course welding instructor Shane was fabulous. In fact, given that mastering a new process is a combination of a little bit of carefully targeted tuition and a LOT of practice, I have just booked in to do another two four-week courses mid-year to force concentrated practice and hone my skills. And on top of the actual course, the administration is super responsive and really switched on.
Just want to say a huge thank you to Shane Pemberton for his excellent guidance during the course. I gained a huge amount of knowledge, coming from a person that’s never touched a welding machine before, I’m now on my way to enjoying creating lots of garden art . Thanks Shane