About ARC WELDING SAFETY Basic safety rules, operating procedures and improves the awareness of each person`s individual responsibility when operating this equipment. Strongly supports fire prevention.
For welders wanting to take a formal coding, then we offer training up to test standard in mild steels, aluminium and stainless steels. Welding processes include; Manual metal arc Tungsten inert gas Metal active/Metal inert gas Oxy acetylene gas welding, including safe set-up and use.
This introductory Welding course is for you if you are looking for basic welding skills and have no previous experience. Courses are available in the manual metal arc, oxycetleyne, MAGS and TIG welding processes.
This module covers the welding requirement for ATA and is a prerequisite for technicians wishing to achieve ATA Panel Technician / Senior Technician. The technician should be working in the accident repair sector of the industry and have at least two years’ experience to ensure they are familiar with the skills, knowledge and techniques required to repair & replace body components, such as vehicle body panels and their associated parts.
This course includes 3 main disciplines are MMA, MIG and TIG, and from this a range of options can be selected according to requirements. The units in the nationally recognised LASER Awards are delivered as ‘stand-alone’ modules.
In this you will study a number of different topics including health and safety and the safe operation of the MIG welding equipment. You will practically train to complete five weld assessments.
This is an exciting opportunity for learners who would like to work in an industry which is expanding in local and wider economy. It includes the following units: produce beads on plate in the PA flat position, produce a tee fillet weld in the PA flat position, produce a lap fillet weld in the PB horizontal/vertical position, and produce a tee fillet weld in the PB horizontal/vertical position.
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If you want to develop higher level welding skills and gain a qualification through hands on tuition then this course is for you. The level 2 course is an opportunity to progress your level 1 skills on to a level where quality and integrity of your weld will be physically tested to a high standard.
This course gives you the opportunity to build industry standard skills in fabrication and welding. On this course you will develop a good understanding of the practices and processes used in fabrication and welding.
This Arc welding requires a fair degree of skill but the equipment is relatively cheap, robust and welds can be very strong. Suitable for heavy steel fabrication or on site repairs.
This course is suitable for learners of all ages who want to learn practical welding skills. This is a practical programme of 16 two and a half hour sessions.
This course gives learners the opportunity to gain an insight to how MIG welding works and will give them the necessary skills to produce a wide range of welds within a quality standard. The course will be delivered in a workshop setting with and will cover the practical aspects of welding including joint set up and how to determine and identify weld defects.
During this course you will learn Health and safety, machine set up, safe settings, use of the welding cycle, practice time on scrap, clear up, recap, questions and answers; Brief recap on safety, what makes a good weld, common problems and corrections, demonstrations showing machine adjustments, individual help where required; Demonstration of three joints, outside corner, tee fillet, butt joint. Welding torch position, correction procedures and adjusting settings; Produce three joints; demonstrate the use of control through adjusting settings, explain visual inspection of welds, and look at next stage.
This is a foundation course for learners wanting a practical, hands on learning experience that will lead to a nationally recognised qualification. This qualification is for students aged 16 - 18.
This course is ideal to progress from a Level 2 or intermediate welding skill level. At this level you will be able to produce high precision welding and also testing of the quality of your welding.
This course will provide you with knowledge of advanced concepts and skills in welding. You will learn various methods of MIG welding processes.
The course provides a practical introduction to a minimum of two welding processes. Some candidates may progress to a third welding discipline.
This course is largely of a practical nature with a small element of theory. It is designed to give you the practical skills for welding specific joints and the knowledge to understand welding safety, machinery set-up and welding terminology.
This course will allow you to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector. You will learn how to produce beads on plate in the PA flat position, produce a lap fillet weld in the PB horizontal/vertical position, produce a tee fillet weld in the PA flat position, produce a tee fillet weld in the PB horizontal/vertical position, produce a corner weld in the PA flat position and learn about the process and health & safety requirements for metal inert gas (MIG) welding.
PARAGON TRAINING (HEALTH AND SAFETY)
Cost: £178.80 per course
Location: Online course