web statistics

Course WT-1 Introduction to Welding Coordination to EN ISO 3834

Duration: 2 days

book online

Click for Terms and Conditions

Course overview: This course is based on the key technical areas of the requirements of EN ISO 3834 – Quality Requirements in Welding and EN ISO 14731 Welding Coordination personnel.  It is specifically aimed at all engineering personnel who require a broad technical knowledge of welding technology and its application as a basis for understating the key technical implications of the Eurocode EN 1090 - Execution of steel and aluminium structures.

Course content:

  • Welding process technology: including welding definitions & terminology; welding processes and consumable features; selecting welding processes; edge preparations & methods of preparation.
  • Materials and weldability: Weldability concepts in steels and stainless steels; preheat, heat input and PWHT requirements; cracking in welded joints;
  • Welding designs aspects: including joint design, causes of fatigue and brittle fracture in welded joints.
  • Fabrication and Quality: including QA/QC Inspection in welding, codes and standards; weld imperfections types and allowances; NDT; case studies.

Course outcomes:

On completion of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand the language of welding.
  • Understand various welding processes types and how to select a welding process for an application.
  • Correctly identify welding process types and appreciate advantages and limitations of different welding processes
  • Understand weldability concepts of different steels and stainless steels
  • Understand the metallurgical effects of welding parameters on a welded joint
  • Understand the causes and avoidance of cracking in welding joints.
  • Understand details of joint designs in welding
  • Understand causes and avoidance of fatigue and brittle fracture.
  • Appreciate the different types of non destructive testing methods, their ability to find weld defects and their application.

Contact us for more information about this course

Back to list of courses