The American Fabrication Academy is a state of the art metal fabrication and welding school in Corona, California.
All of our instructors have AWS certifications, years of fabrication school teaching experience, and over 20 years of metal fabrication experience. With small class sizes, our state of the art metal fabrication and welding school will ensure a hands-on learning experience and equipment availability
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the need for welders is expected to grow 26% by 2020. This makes welding and metal fabrication one of the fastest growing professions in America. Come take a personal tour of our metal fabrication and welding school today.
Luke Czaplinski is one of the founders of American Fabrication Academy and is well known in the metal fabrication industry with over 25 years experience. Luke’s passion for metal fabrication started when he was young. At the age of 12, his father taught him how to weld, and quickly went to work in the welding and fabrication industry at age 16, welding for a living throughout high school. Among his other accolades, Luke is an accomplished AWS certified TIG....
The American Fabrication Academy is a state of the art metal fabrication and welding school in Corona, California. Our trade school boasts small class sizes, and a hands-on stress free learning experience. Schedule a personal tour today, classes starting now!
Centrally located in beautiful Corona, California. Our metal fabrication and welding school is currently scheduling future enrollments. Call to schedule a tour with one of our instructors or fill out a form.
951-279-WELD or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
American Fabrication Academy 1781 capital st Ste H, I Corona Ca. 92878 is applying for initial accreditation with the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. Persons wishing to make comments should either write to the Executive Director of the Commission , Council on Occupational Education, 7840 Roswell Road Bldg. 300, suite 325, Atlanta GA 30350, or submit their comments thru the councils website (www.council.org). Persons making comments must provide their names and mailing addresses.