SMAW - LEVEL 1


COURSE NAME

Level 1 Training in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

 

TRAINING AREA

Welding

 

GENERAL PURPOSE

At the end of the training course the trainee must have acquired the basic theoretical notions and practical skills suitable for the Shielded Metal Arc Welding process for the execution of corner and butt welds in horizontal plates.

 

SPECIFIC PURPOSE

  • Understanding the principles of Shielded Metal Arc Welding;
  • Knowing how to perform corner and butt welds on plates;
  • Identifying the main defects in the welds and knowing ways to avoid them.

 

ADDRESSEES

All those who wish to acquire initial skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding.

 

PROGRAM CONTENT

  • Basic principles of the Welding process;
  • Welding equipment and consumables;
  • Symbology applied to welding and its interpretation;
  • Hygiene and safety in the welding process;
  • Preparation of joints for welding;
  • Corner and butt welding practices on horizontal plate;
  • Control and identification of defects.

DURATION

50H


SMAW - LEVEL 2


COURSE NAME

Level 2 Training in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

 

TRAINING AREA

Welding

 

GENERAL PURPOSE

At the end of the training action the trainee must have acquired the theoretical notions and practical skills suitable for the Shielded Metal Arc Welding process in vertical ascending and overhead positions.

 

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 

  • Understanding the principles of Shielded Metal Arc Welding;
  • Knowing how to perform welds on vertical plate and overhead position;
  • Identifying the main defects in the welds and knowing ways to avoid them.

ADDRESSEES

This action is intended for all those who already have basic electrode welding capabilities (welding downhand and horizontal) and intend to progress to welding in vertical ascending and overhead positions.

 

PROGRAM CONTENT

  • Basic principles of the welding process;
  • Symbology applied to welding and its interpretation;
  • Hygiene and safety in the welding process;
  • Welding parameters and their regulation;
  • Qualification standard for welders - EN 287-1;
  • Avoid weld defects;
  • Welding practices on plate in vertical ascending and overhead positions;
  • Methods of control and identification of defects.

DURATION

50H


SMAW - LEVEL 3


COURSE NAME

Training Level 3 in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

 

TRAINING AREA

Welding

 

GENERAL PURPOSE

At the end of the training action the trainee must have acquired the theoretical notions and practical skills suitable for the Shielded Metal Arc Welding in 6G positions.

 

SPECIFIC PURPOSE

  • Understanding the principles of Shielded Metal Arc Welding;
  • Knowing how to perform pipe welds in vertical position and at 45?;
  • Identifying major defects in welds and knowing ways of avoiding them.

ADDRESSEES

All those who already master the various positions of metal plate welding and intend to evolve to welding piping.

 

PROGRAM CONTENT

  • Basic principles of the SMAW process;
  • Symbology applied to welding and its interpretation;
  • Hygiene and safety in the welding process;
  • Welding parameters and their regulation;
  • Qualification standard for welders - EN 287-1;
  • Welding practices on tubes at 45ยบ;
  • Methods of control and identification of defects.

DURATION

50H


SMAW - Advanced


COURSE NAME

Shielded Metal Arc Welding - Advanced

 

TRAINING AREA

Welding

 

GENERAL PURPOSE

At the end of the training action the trainee must have acquired the basic theoretical notions and the practical skills suitable to the positions he intends to improve.

 

SPECIFIC PURPOSE

  • Understand the principles of Shielded Metal Arc Welding;
  • Knowing how to correctly perform welding by Shielded Metal Arc Welding in the proposed positions;
  • Identifying major defects in welds and knowing ways of avoiding them.

ADDRESSEES

All those with experience in the field of welding and who wish to improve their skills. This action is subject to prior assessment of trainee's competences.

 

PROGRAM CONTENT

  • Basic principles of the welding process;
  • Welding equipment and consumables;
  • Symbology applied to welding and its interpretation;
  • Hygiene and safety in the welding process;
  • Welding practices in Shielded Metal Arc Welding for the desired positions;
  • Control and identification of defects.

DURATION

35H


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