Oh man, this is HUGE! And I’m incredibly excited to finally share it with you.
We’ve been working on this project for months, and it’s almost ready.
In fact, you’ve probably already noticed some big changes at the At Home Welder site.
So what have we been building for you?
I’ll get to that in a minute, but first, take a look at how much the average Joe has to pay to learn how to weld…
Crazy, right? And those tuition costs are on the low end of the spectrum.
Don’t get me wrong. If you plan on making a career of being a certified welding specialist, the cost is well worth it.
But what if you just want to weld cool projects on the weekend? Or have the confidence to make the quick fixes to your trailer, patio furniture, grill, or car and know your welds will hold. And not just hold, but look good too!
Are you going to spend $500…$900…$1500 or more to learn how to “tinker” around with metal on the weekends? Of course not.
And then there’s the extra time you have to dedicate to these classes. Who has “extra” time for night classes…after a long day at work…while your wife handles the kids dinner and bed time…growing impatient with you.
These courses last between 3-6 months! With only 1-2 class hours a week. That’s a ton of time and money in the beginning of a hobby.
And 80 PERCENT of what they’ll teach you is useless if you’re a weekend warrior welding up little projects in your garage.
Just look at this program summary…
80% of that is a waste of your time. The other 20 is incredibly important – foundational – the knowledge you’ll use every time you weld. The rest is jargon unless you plan welding bridges and ships for a living!
Right now, can you identify the 20 and the 80?
This is the reason why I wanted to create Zero to MIG Welder (ZTM for short). To extract ONLY the information that is important for you, the hobbyist welder. And that’s exactly I did.
And what I’m really excited about is we’re not stopping with MIG. We’re soon creating the same for TIG and STICK. Then moving on to oxy/acetylene torch skills and more!
Later down the road we’ll cover that other 80% because some it really is cool to know. Right now, though, I want to help you master the basics, start building stuff, and having fun!
Well, not yet.
I’m opening the Zero to MIG Welder doors to 200 students later next week. To get in front of the line you’ll need to be on the early notification list. Get on the list here
UPDATE: Zero to MIG Welder enrollment is now open to the first 200 students! Get the full course details HERE.
I’ll share more of ZTM’s specifics and special features in a few days. But for now…
Start thinking about the first cool project you’re going to weld after filling the gap in your welding education with ZTM.
Feel free to use the comments to tell me about your project. I’d love to hear about it!