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BUILD A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE

LEARN THE SKILL OF WELDING

94% of our graduating students get employed

Many young men in Uganda are unemployed or stuck in low paying day jobs because they haven't developed the skills necessary to advance into more complex roles.

At Kazo Technical School we believe every young man should develop the character and skills necessary to get out there and build things and give Uganda a brighter future. Apply for the Kazo Welding Program and join an industry that needs you. Get trained and start making money in less than a year.

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WHEN YOU JOIN THE KAZO WELDING PROGRAM YOU WILL:

GET TRAINING TO INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

LEARN HOW TO READ BLUEPRINTS AND TURN CAD DRAWINGS INTO REALITY

GET LOTS OF
HANDS-ON TRAINING EXERCISES

Your Journey to Employment

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We understand when you make the choice to invest in your future, you don’t want to waste your time and resources but want to get the most out of your investment

At Kazo Technical School, we use curricula from Lincoln Electric, a world leader in the advancement of welding education.

Additionally, all training is performed to the standards of the American Welding Society, an internationally recognized authority in the welding industry.

GETTING STARTED IS EASY

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1.
Download the Syllabus
Download and review the syllabus to learn more about the welding program

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2.
Fill out the Application

Fill out the form to apply for an in person interview

3.
Come for an in person interview. 
Take a placement test and register for class

INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE

Living in an underdeveloped country isn’t easy. Thousands of young Ugandans graduate with university degrees every year, yet only a few find employment. Here at Kazo Technical School, we know that you can’t afford to waste your time and your family’s resources. Choosing both the right career and the right education is extremely important for you to succeed. Uganda is developing its industrial sector rapidly. Industrial companies are hiring professionally trained workers. Often highly trained and competent workers with practical skills will earn even more than office workers. Be a part of the lucky few who choose to learn the industrial skill of metalworking at Kazo Technical School. At Kazo Technical School, we use curricula from Lincoln Electric, a world leader in the advancement of welding education. Additionally, all training is performed to the standards of the American Welding Society, an internationally recognized authority in the welding industry. Choose Kazo Technical School, and give yourself a lifelong foundation in internationally recognized metalworking skills. In less than a year you can graduate with a certificate and start earning. Financial scholarships are available for those who qualify. Take the first step and apply today. Get trained in a career that has a job.

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Download the syllabus and learn more about the welding program.

Syllabus
  • How much does a welding course cost?
    1,635,000 UGX in total. (The registration fee is 35k, the student requirements, feeding, and tuition are 800k in the first semester and 800k for the second semester.)
  • How long is this welding course?
    Twenty-six weeks in duration
  • What type of classes does Kazo Technical School offer?
    a. We offer a wide range of theory and practical skills related to welding. Please refer to the syllabus for the specifics
  • How much can I expect to earn as a welder?
    Our graduates are earning between 300k-650k monthly salary.
  • What skills are needed to become a welder?
    a. On the practical side, good motor skills are essential. On the side of theory, strong mathematical skills are essential.
  • What previous education must a student have before they are allowed to join the welding program?
    a. The student must have graduated from S4. Additionally, all potential students must pass an English language and mathematical competency exam before admission.
  • What personal equipment do I need to have before starting the welding program?
    Please see the list of requirements. The school will supply these at cost to the students. Note: the student must bring his own safety boots.
  • Does the welding program help students find or get a job?
    a. Yes. We first arrange internships for our graduates. Additionally, we have professional relationships with Kampala area welding companies and seek to place our graduates within.
  • Is it worth going to welding school?
    a. Yes, those who learn the skill of welding from a school do more professional work and are more desirable to employers.
  • Where are the welding jobs?
    a. Most welding jobs are in the Kampala area in larger manufacturing and construction companies. Additionally, the oil and gas sector in Western Uganda will have many welding jobs in the near future.
  • What equipment do I need to get before starting class?
    1. Safety glasses Personal protective equipment to protect the eyes. All glasses must be reasonably clean and free of scratches. 5,000 2. Safety boots The boots must cover the ankle and have safety toes. Student must supply 3. Dust masks Personal protective equipment to protect the lungs. Student must supply 4. Ear plugs (12 pairs) Personal protective equipment to protect hearing. 15,000 5. Welding gloves (2 pairs) Personal protective equipment to protect hands. 20,000 6. Overalls Safety overall with logo 60,000 Total cost of required supplies. 100,000 The student will own these supplies and be responsible for them during school. After he graduates, he will be able to use them in his workplace. All of these items are required before starting classes. Dust masks are readily available in local shops. Please note that we will not sell safety boots to students due to the difficulty of keeping all sizes in stock. Boots can easily be purchased by the student at a number of shops in Kampala. Note: The student will be responsible for the maintenance and security of his own tools. The school will provide a locker to each student for storage of his tools while at school.
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