American Fabrication Academy

Curriculum Overview

Course intro

The Essentials of Metal Fabrication Coursework

The heart of our metal fabrication school. Our goal is to provide students with the resources and training needed to fully comprehend metal fabrication at it's core. Our curriculum, as listed below, goes into detail listing the things you as a student will learn to provide you with the the knowledge that you need to become a marketable metal fabricator though our school.



Mig, Tig & Stick Welding

Mild Steel / Stainless / Aluminum / Exotic Metals


Manual Mill & Lathe / Blueprint Reading / Precision Measuring

Sheet Metal Forming

Tube Bending / Notching / Plate Work

Tube Fabrication

Manual Mill & Lathe / Blueprint Reading / Precision Measuring

Motor Sports Fabrication

Chassis & Suspension Design / Roll Cage & Motorcycle Chassis Construction

Blueprint Comprehension

Blueprints are the most important means of communicating the design of metal fabrication

Resume Writing

We will assist you in producing a resume that will enhance your ability to get job interviews

Interview Preparation

Learn how to express your new found knowledge confidently in front of potential employers


Students will be trained on the following equipment

The Essentials of Metal Fabrication Coursework teaches you: Mig, Tig and Stick Welding - Machining - Sheet Metal Forming - Chassis Fabrication - Tube Fabrication - Blueprint Comprehension - Motor Sports Fabrication - Resume Writing, and Interview Preparation etc.


Class Schedule

Day Classes - Essentials of Metal Fabrication

Night classes - Essentials of Metal Fabrication

American welding society Certification

The American Welding Society was founded in 1919 as a non-profit organization to advance the science, technology and application of welding and allied joining and cutting processes, including brazing, soldering and thermal spraying. And our students Students will be prepared for AWS certification at the end of the course.