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Design engineers, corporate trainers, students and educators now have access to a new Lincoln Electric education web site.

"The demands on welders and welding educators are changing as the industry and technology change," says Jason Scales, Lincoln Electric's business manager, education. "We know because Lincoln Electric works with every sector of the welding industry to enhance productivity and quality while driving down costs. We take that knowledge and transfer it into curriculum, products and services to help educators prepare the next generation of welders right now. There’s no time to waste, and we are ready to show educators how to engage students, speed the path to certification and match their programs with the needs of employers in their region.”

Instructors using the U/LINC welding curriculum can see sample documents from a library of more than 1,000 lesson plans, student lab activities, assessments, videos and presentations.

Visit the Lincoln education web site for more details:

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