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OAW – Oxyacetylene welding / Oxy-fuel welding

Training duration: 480 hours

Awarded document: Professional qualification certificate

The aim of the course:

To provide trainees with knowledge and skills on work technology in OAW, welding equipment and welding consumables.

The programme of the course:

Vocational subjects

- Oxyacetylene welding (OAW) technology;

- Basics of consumables;

- Basics of drafting;

- Electrical safety;

- Occupational safety and protection;

- Basic computer skills;

Practical training:

-         Welding

Qualification placement;

State Examination

Your benefits:

- After successful completion of the course, the trainee is awarded Professional qualification certificate which is recognized throughout the EU member states and opens the door to international labour market;

- Comprehension of the professional terminology (in a foreign language) and the essential computer skills;

- Skills for setting up welding equipment;

- Ability to visually identify the weld defects, evaluate and eliminate them, to choose the appropriate consumables;

- Skills for independent work with OAW equipment, adjustment of the welding operation modes, welding of plate and pipe constructions;

- The knowledge and skills acquired during the training are perfected during the qualification placement.

The advantages of OAW:

- Oxyacetylene welding can be applied through the supply of wire and without additional filler material;
- Oxyacetylene flame is also widely used in soldering and metal cutting.

Basics of OAW – Oxyacetylene welding / Oxy-fuel welding

Training duration: 160 hours

Awarded document: Certificate of vocational proficiency

The aim of the course:

To provide trainees with knowledge on work technology in OAW and skills for independent work with welding equipment and welding consumables.

The programme of the course:

- Oxyacetylene welding (OAW) technology;

- Study of consumables;

- Basics of drafting;

- Occupational safety, electrical safety and fire safety;

- Final exam.

Your benefits:

- Comprehension of the professional terminology (in a foreign language) and the essential computer skills;

- Knowledge on the physics of mechanics and electricity, on inorganic chemistry;

- Skills for setting up welding equipment;

- Ability to visually identify the weld defects, evaluate and eliminate them, to choose the appropriate consumables;

- Skills for independent work with OAW equipment, adjustment of the welding operation modes, welding of plate and pipe constructions;

The advantages of OAW:

- Oxyacetylene welding can be applied through the supply of wire and without additional filler material;
- Oxyacetylene flame is also widely used in soldering and metal cutting.