ABOUT OUR WORKSHOPS
Our workshops are designed for small groups with beginning to intermediate skills. The hands on approach, laid back atmosphere and excellent instruction have proven to be a great value for our students. Safety gear and tools are provided.
See our current schedule of events below. For more detailed information regarding our workshops, or if you are interested in hosting a workshop in your area, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTORS
Master Builder, Bryan Fuller and Professional Instructor, Mark Prosser have been friends, built projects together, written a series of 'how-to' books and have traveled the country promoting the importance of the welding and sheet metal industries. Now through these easy-to-learn, instructional workshops, they share their knowledge, experience and unique skills to offer personalized, hands-on training so that you too, can learn to become a pro!
WORKSHOP CURRENT SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
JANUARY 12 - 13, 2018 | WELDING WORKSHOP | FULLER MOTO | ATLANTA (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 8AM-5PM)
Receive extensive, personalized training in TIG welding process, materials, puddle manipulation techniques, testing your welds, fillers, tungsten, polarities, procedures and all the other little things that make the big difference.
Location: Fuller Moto Shop, 3862 Stephens Court, Tucker, Georgia 30084
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RECENT TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR SUMMER WORKSHOPS:
"All around stand up performance."
"They kept the class interesting and informative all weekend."
"Mark and Bryan were fun, extremely helpful and encouraging."
"Very entertaining - both presenters - and constant one on one teaching - I learned valuable knowledge!"
"Perfect mix of classroom and workshop. Honestly I learned much more than expected. Prosser's tech background combines with Fuller's care free attitude provided the perfect learning atmosphere. It was amazing to work with them."
"Obviously, they enjoy what they are doing, and have the skills to back up the material with demonstrations and assistance. The tech skill and artistic bent was a fun combination."