My career goal is to work in power plants,the outages, and anything to do with power plants period. I have several years work exp with welding, i'm half way through a collage degree in welding technology,i'm certified in 7018 blah,blah,blah,,,,,,when it comes to pipe,,,,,,,,,i'm a little sissy!!!!i don't know crap and my collage is really just a entry level deal...i want more....i want pipe knowledge,i want to pass 6g,6" ,,,,,2",,,,,,,tig root,,,,6010 root,,,,,, i'm looking into quitting my job and attending hobart anything to do with pipe i want to attend. I bought a serious machine for my garage to pratice and i do not regret it. A old man agreed to teach me pipe,but his end out the deal did not hold true even though i agreed to pay him whatever. My question is i will be giving up a 17.11 per hour welding job,back to anything for money,no insurance, putting my family on hold ,,,,all to attend hobart school in troy, ohio.....i will try to find some work in dayton while i attend this school and i'm guessing i will owe them 10,000-15,000 .........,.,i love welding and have made a good living so far,,,,,i'm asking for advise...is this a wise choice???????is hobart that good????