Learn to lead and become a welding engineer!
Are you about to complete your engineering studies or have you already been working as an engineer for a few years? You’d finally like to lead, maybe even on an international stage? Then go up a level and dance your way to a gold medal: training to become a welding engineer makes this possible.
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including welding processes, material science and design
including welding processes
including welding processes, construction and application engineering
No travel time or costs
No stressing about scheduling or time
Take the classes whenever you want
Training to become a welding engineer opens up career opportunities in many different sectors, such as steel and rail vehicle construction, offshore and aerospace technology, pipeline engineering, as well as plant engineering for the chemical industry and mechanical and automotive engineering.“
5 years of engineering studies
IWE training in 448 hours of teaching
Immediate work contract after 4 weeks
Part 1 and Part 3 – Theory.
Focus module 1 – Welding processes and equipment: autogenous technology, thermal cutting, power sources, shielded metal arc welding, metal inert gas welding, submerged arc welding, electric resistance welding, specialised welding methods, thermal spraying, soldering, jointing, automation.
Focus module 2 – Materials and their behaviour in welding: steel production, alloying, heat treatment, cracking, corrosion, wear, non-ferrous metals, metallography.
Focus module 3 – Construction and design: strength of materials, calculating the weld seam, design, construction, behaviour of welded connections at different loads and fracture mechanics.
Focus module 4 –Manufacturing and application engineering: quality assurance, welder qualification test, welding procedure qualification, occupational health and safety, residual stresses and deformation, workshop equipment, non-destructive testing of materials, efficiency, repair welding, case studies.
Part 2 – Practical exercises. Oxy-fuel welding, shielded metal arc welding, metal inert gas welding, gas tungsten arc welding, introduction to other special welding processes.