We offer a number of customized welding and materials joining related training classes that are taught at the client location. Our courses cover welding instruction, train the welding trainer as well as welding code classes.
Our goal is to give the attendees an in-depth yet practical understanding of the more commonly used welding processes. Any of our onsite welding classes can be combined with hands-on training at your location and can be customized to suit your needs. Please feel free to contact us for more information on our class offerings. Also, note that just because it is not listed below doesn’t mean that we can’t customize a course to fit your needs.
1. Understanding the Welding Universe
That might be a little bit much- but you get the picture. This course is designed to let the non-welding people behind the curtain. Very often find that dealing with welding codes is very confusing on a good day especially with all the acronyms, different welding codes, and welding processes. This course aims to help stop the confusion and let non-welders behind the curtain and gain a basic understanding of essential documents for welding and fabrication, such as Welding Procedure Specifications (WPSs) and Procedure Qualification Records (PQRs). The goal of this seminar is to clarify the documentation process, establish the significance and function of each document, and detail how to write, qualify, and utilize WPSs, PQRs, and WQTRs. The seminar also covers the qualification process for welders and welding operators. (This course can be modularized from 1 to 3 days depending on customer requirements.)
2. Train the Welding Trainer Course
If you have welders and you want to turn them into welding trainers and work on training welders in-house. Our train the trainer course instructors are industry professionals with years of experience training welders and training trainers. Our train the trainer instructors are welding professionals who understand and speak the welding language. Contact us and we can help you develop an in-house welder training program.
3. Introduction Visual Welding Inspector
Introduction Visual Welding Inspector course is designed for welders, operators, inspectors, and supervisors that are tasked with a visual examination of welded joints. This class is also designed for welding quality control staff and anyone who needs basic training in welding inspection. (3-day course)
This course will discuss:
- General Code Overview
- Visual Inspector Certification Schemes
- Welding Codes ASME Section IX AWS D1.1Standard Inspection Equipment
- Welding Inspection Tasks
- Identify various weld imperfections (defects)
- Understand the relevant welding technology related to visual inspection
- Understand documentation in welding
- Codes, standards, and inspection requirements inspection of parent materials and consumables
- Visual inspection of welds, reports, and compliance with specified acceptance criteria
We will also discuss various inspection tools and gauges that all welding inspectors should have a thorough knowledge of.
4. TIG (GTAW) and MIG (GMAW) Training
Our one-day class is designed to provide attendees a broad understanding of these two commonly used arc welding processes: TIG (GTAW) and MIG (GMAW). Participants are provided with a broad understanding of the fundamentals of arc welding processes including process variables, welding torches, electrodes, and shielding gases. Attendees will also be introduced to weld geometry, steel metallurgy, and welding defects. This classroom session can be combined with an additional day of hands-on training.
5. Metallurgy and Welding Codes
The two-day class is set up to give attendees a comprehensive understanding of welding and metallurgy. This course includes an introduction to metallurgy, physical metallurgy, welding codes, and common welding processes arc welding our main focus is on ferrous materials and the more common welding processes. This class was designed with engineers and managers in mind who design products to the ASME BPV codes as well as the AWS D1 series of codes.
6. Introduction to ASME Section IX
Introduction to ASME Section IX is a welding code course that is designed for engineers, quality control personnel, purchasing agents, and other individuals who have to deal with ASME Section IX. (This course can be modularized from 1 to 3 days depending on customer requirements.) This course will delve into the codes scope and help individuals understand the qualification of Welding Procedure Specifications, Procedure Qualification Records, and Welder Qualification.
Don’t see welding, code, or material joining a course that fits your needs? Contact us for customized training courses.
We offer a variety of training classes that are taught at client locations.
The classes are designed to give the attendees an in-depth yet practical understanding of the welding processes. The classes can be combined with hands-on training at your location and can be customized to suit your needs. Please feel free to contact us for more information and how we might meet your training needs.