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Skills To Compete – Welding

The aim of the programme is to provide the learners with the skills and related knowledge in reading of drawings, Manual Metal Arc Welding, M.I.G. Welding and T.I.G. Welding and to develop their attitudes, personal effectiveness and job seeking skills to enable them to obtain employment as welders.

Target Award

Approved EN Certifying Body MMA Fillet Weld – EN9606-1CS01

Start Date: 02-07-2023Hours/week: 31 Hrs 15 MinsDuration: 21 weeks

Timetable

Day Mornings Afternoons Evenings
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Education Requirements
Junior Certificate standard or its equivalent

Age Requirements
Applicants must have reached the current statutory school leaving age.


Learning Aptitude
Good spatial aptitude
Good eye/hand co-ordination
Good manual dexterity
Good verbal and written command of the English language


Previous Experience
N/A

Module Award Body
Machine Tools (Welding)
Induction
Reading Basic Technical Drawings
In-Company
Safepass
Career Planning And Job Seeking Skills
Abrasive Wheels
Oxy-Acetylene Cutting
T.I.G Aluminium Weld (TIG) Aluminium Weld (EN9606-1AL01) Approved EN Certifying Body
M.I.G Welding MIG/MAG Weld (EN9606-1CS10) Approved EN Certifying Body
Manual Metal Arc Welding MMA Fillet Weld (EN9606-1CS01) Approved EN Certifying Body
T.I.G Stainless Steel Weld (TIG) Stainless Steel Weld (EN9606-1SS01) Approved EN Certifying Body
1. INDUCTION
State the planned outcomes and the conditions attached to attendance on the course; apply good safety, health and hygiene practices; state the basic principle involved in environmental issues and explain the meaning of equal opportunities.

2. MOUNTING OF ABRASIVE WHEELS
To provide the trainees with the skills and knowledge which will enable them to mount abrasive wheels in accordance with current, relevant safety regulations/legislation and guidance documentation HSG 17.

3. READING BASIC TECHNICAL DRAWINGS
Read and interpret basic technical drawing.

4. MACHINE TOOLS (WELDING)
Use the following machines and tools that are associated with welding in a safe and proper method: a) Angle Grinder. b) Bench Grinder. c) Belt Sanders. d) Band Saw. e) Abrasive Wheel

5. MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING
Weld arc fillet welds in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions to complete ‘lapp fillet’, ‘tee fillet’ and ‘butt’ joints.

6. M.I.G. WELDING
Weld mild steel lap joints, tee joints and outside corner joints in the 2F and 3F position.

7. T.I.G. STAINLESS STEEL WELD
Weld mild steel and stainless steel plate plate in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions to complete ‘lapp fillet’ and ‘tee fillet’ joints.

8. T.I.G. ALUMINIUM WELD
Weld mild steel and aluminium plate in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions to complete ‘lapp fillet’ and ‘tee fillet’ joints.

9. OXY-ACETYLENE CUTTING
To provide trainees with the skill and knowledge which will enable them to use oxy-acetylene cutting equipment to cut mild steel plate of various thickness.

10. SAFEPASS
Work on construction sites without being a risk to themselves or to others. Note: As an 8 hour duration within one day, is a mandatory requirement to complete this Safepass module, it is important that the training centres extend their day to 8 hours in order to accommodate this requirement.

11. CAREER PLANNING AND JOB SEEKING SKILLS
Plan and achieve realistic work goals.

12. IN-COMPANY
Demonstrate a broad range of occupational competencies in a real work environment.

Provider

Contracted Training Course


Location

Waterford Training Centre


Facilities

  • Free Parking

Contact Details

Course Contact:
Course Recruitment Waterford Wexford Training Services

Email:
recruit@wwetb.ie

Phone:
051-301500 051-301555