Welding

 

Course details

Course aim

We offer a range of courses starting with introductory training for people with no prior welding experience to those who need to update and increase their skill set. Trainees are taught by fully qualified and experienced instructors with extensive practical welding experience. These courses provide trainees with the practical skills and appropriate certification in Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMA), Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG), Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding, and the Theory of Welding

We offer Basic, Intermediate, Advanced Welding Courses and EU Coded Pipe Welding Certification. We work with our corporate customers to develop bespoke welding programmes to meet your team’s specific needs and requirements. This is particularly beneficial and cost effective to groups and can be provided through evening or weekends if necessary

Course objectives

Certification, such as EN287 / ASME IX Coded Welder Certificate, is also an option at the end of any training course and can be included should the client require.

Course content

The following items are covered on this course

MIG/MAG
The Metal Inert Gas (MIG) or Metal Active Gas (MAG) welding is a semi-automated process, widely used in many sectors of industry, such as Fabrication, Structural, Shipbuilding, Railroad construction and production of heavy plants and machinery

MMA
Valued for its flexibility, MMA is one of the most commonly used welding processes. It is used on a daily basis by Tradesmen, Security Metalwork Specialists and Metal Fabricators, as well as on pipe laying work sites. MMA welding consists of creating a high-intensity electric arc between a shielded metal-cored electrode and the metals to be joined

TIG
TIG welding is an electric arc welding process in which the fusion energy is produced by an electric arc burning between the workpiece and the tungsten electrode.

Orbital Welding
In the orbital welding process, tubes/pipes are clamped in place and an orbital weld-head rotates an electrode and electric arc around the weld joint to make the required weld. An orbital welding system consists of a power supply and an orbital weld-head.

Duration and Costs

Please contact us by phone at 01 532 4058 or 089 247 7030 for details.