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TIG welding – Tungsten inert gas welding/ Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW)

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 TIG welding, welding equipment and welding consumables.

The programme of the course:

Vocational subjects

- TIG arc welding technology;

- Basics of drafting;

- Occupational safety, fire safety and environmental protection;

- Basics of consumables;

- Basic computer skills;

- Basics of business communication;

Practical training

-         Welding

Qualification placement;

State Examination

Your benefits:

- After successful completion of the course, the trainee is awarded Professional qualification certificate;

- 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, choose the appropriate brand and diameter of tungsten electrode, as well as the brand and diameter of filler wire or rod;

- Skills for independent adjustment of the welding operation modes, welding of plate and pipe constructions in the vertical-down position;

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

The advantages of TIG welding:

- Very high quality welds;
- Almost no waste material left;
- Can be used in various welding positions and joint configurations.

The disadvantages of MIG welding:

The limited welding speed

Basics of TIG welding – Tungsten inert gas welding/ Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW)

Training duration: 160 hours

Awarded document: Certificate of vocational proficiency

The aim of the course:

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

The programme of the course:

- TIG arc welding 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) inorganic chemistry;

- Skills for setting up welding equipment;

- Ability to visually identify the weld defects, evaluate and eliminate them, choose the appropriate brand and diameter of tungsten electrode, as well as the brand and diameter of filler wire or rod;

- Skills for independent adjustment of the welding operation modes, welding of plate and pipe constructions in the vertical-down position;

The advantages of TIG welding:

- Very high quality welds;
- Almost no waste material left;
- Can be used in various welding positions and joint configurations.

The disadvantages of MIG welding:

The limited welding speed