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Certificate Course for Welding Technician

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 60 hrs). ............................. Corporate: 40 Hours (Th: 10 hrs. , Pr: 30 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for fresher's ITI & Diploma holders to develop basic skill in welding technologies. Welding is one of the special processes which require competency & certification to perform the job activity. This course will provide good understanding of welding to beginners to become competent welding personnel.

Content:

  • Safety in welding & cutting.
  • Gas welding equipments & Accessories.
  • Type of joints & Welds.
  • Welding positions & welding Symbols.
  • SN1A\V. GMAW, GTAW- principle of operation, advantages, application and limitations.
  • Welding Power Source & Effect of welding parameter & shielding gases on bead profile.
  • Welding defect — their Cause & Remedies
  • Practical session on Virtual welding machine.
  • Practical session on SMAW, GMAW, GTAW & Gas welding & Cutting with various electrode types, Welding positions, joint types, techniques.
Prerequisites- ITI/Diploma (Fresher/Pursuing) haring interest in Welding.

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Diploma / ITI

Welding Technicians

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Select welding parameters Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Short Term Training Program on Welding Technology

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 60 hrs). ............................. Corporate: 40 Hours (Th: 10 hrs. , Pr: 30 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for B.E. / B. Tech (Pursuing / Fresher's) candidates to develop their skill in Welding Technology. This course will provide the trainees with basic knowledge & skills required by B.E. / B. Tech. graduates to perform Welding related activities as per the need of manufacturing and fabrication Industries.

Content:

  • Safety in welding, Introduction & Classification of Welding Process, Oxy-fuel Cutting & Welding
  • Welding Power Sources Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW).
  • Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes
  • Preheat, Interpass, Post heat & PWHT
  • Evaluation & Selection of welding Processes & consumables, Effect of welding parameter on Bead Profile.
  • Weld Design & Welding Symbols, Shielding Gases & their effect on bead profile.
  • Defect in Weldments — Cause & Remedies & Distortion
  • Welding Procedure Specification & Procedure qualification Record (WPS/PQR)
  • Basics of Welding Metallurgy & Weld Inspection.
  • Cutting, Preparation & Marking of test Piece
  • Bead on plate Trial on SMAW, GTAW and GMAW
  • Fillet Weld trial on 1F,2F & 3F position
  • Butt Weld Trial on Groove Weld 1G,2G & 3G Position
  • Test Piece welding of Fillet & Groove Weld.
  • Measurement of Fillet Size of weld & welding defect by different welding gauges
Prerequisites- Basic understanding of workshop practice and manufacturing science

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Undergraduate B.E/ B. Tech

Engineers/ Supervisors/ Technicians

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Industrial Training Program on Welding & Inspection Technology

Duration:

Academic: 120 Hours (Th: 40 hrs; Pr: 80 hrs)

Goals:This course is drafted for B.E. / 13. Tech (pursuing / fresher's) candidates to develop their skill , in Welding & inspection technologies. This course will provide the trainees with all the knowledge & required by B.E. / B. Tech. graduates to become a competent Welding Engineer as per the need of manufacturing and fabrication Industries,

Content:

  • Safety in welding & cutting.
  • Introduction to Arc Welding Process (SMAW, GMAW, G'JAW).
  • Gas Welding & Cutting.
  • Welding power Source, Types of Welds & Joints, Weld Design.
  • Selection of welding consumables, Storage& handling, Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes.
  • Introduction to Pressure Vessel, Power piping, Process Piping & applications,
  •   Preheat, Interpass & IT
  • Shielding Gases & their effect on bead profile
  • Distortion, Defect in Weldments — Cause & Remedies.
  • Introduction to construction codes & ASME Sec. IX, WI'S & PQR, Role of welding Engineer.
  • Destructive testing & Non Destructive Testing (VT, PT, UT, ET, MPT).
  • Practical session on Virtual welding machine.
  • Practical session of welding with various electrode types, Welding positions, joint types, techniques.
Prerequisites- Basic understanding of workshop practice and manufacturing science

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Undergraduate B.E/ B. Tech

NA

Trainee Profile-

Working Professionals: Welding Supervisors/ Technicians with minimum 6 months of industrial experience.

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Select welding parameters & Prepare WPS & PQR.
  • Inspect weldments visually and prepare Visual Inspection report.
  • Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Short Term Training Program for Welding Supervisor

Duration:

Academic: 40 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 20 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for experienced welding personals to develop their skill in Welding Technology. This course will provide the trainees with basic knowledge & skills required by a Welding Supervisor to perform welding related activities as per the need of manufacturing and fabrication Industries.

Content:

  • Safety in welding, Introduction & Classification of Welding Process, Oxy-fuel Cutting & Welding
  • Welding Power Sources
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW).
  • Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes
  • Preheat, Interpass, Post heat & PWHT
  • Evaluation & Selection of welding Processes & consumables, Effect of welding parameter on Bead Profile,
  • Weld Design & Welding Symbols, Shielding Gases & their effect on bead profile.
  • Defect in Weldments — Cause & Remedies & Distortion
  • Basics of Welding Metallurgy & Weld Inspection.
  • Cutting, Preparation & Marking of test Piece
  • Bead on plate Trial on SMAW, GTAW and GMAW
  • Fillet Weld trial on 1F,2F & 3F position
  • Butt Weld Trial on Groove Weld 1G,2G & 3G Position Test Piece welding of Fillet & Groove Weld.
Prerequisites- Basic understanding of workshop practice and manufacturing science
Trainee Profile-

Working Professionals: Welding Supervisors/ Technicians with minimum 6 months of industrial experience.

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Manage and control welding related activities on shop floor.
  • Inspect weldments visually and prepare Visual Inspection report.\
  • Perform visual inspection of weldments.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Competency Development Program for Experienced Arc Welders

Duration:
Corporate
: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs. , Pr: 60 hrs)

Goals: To induce/enhance the skill of a person to an extent such that he/she can be responsible for joining various types of metallic frames, structures, jigs, plates, sheets etc using thermal cutting and welding with SMAW, GMAW & GTAW processes, setting-up process parameters, conducting quality checks on output product, rectifying & preventing welding defects and maintaining a safe & healthy working environment on the shop floor.

Content:

  • Safety in welding & cutting, Oxy-fuel welding & Thermal cutting.
  • Brief introduction to arc welding processes (SMAW, GMAW, GTAW).
  • Power source, characteristics, welding arc (Initiation & Maintenance).
  • Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes
  • Shielding Gases & their effect on weld bead profile.
  • Weldability of Carbon Steel & Stainless Steel.
  • Preheat, Interpass & PWHT & their significance. Effect of welding variables on Weld Bead profile
  • Weld Joint, Positions, Type of weld, Welding Symbols & their significance. Common weld defects - Cause & Remedies.
  • Process and equipment problems, care & use of equipment.
  • Introduction to Welding Procedure Specification.
  • Hands-on session of SMAW & GMAW on Virtual welding machine to control the arc length, travel speed and torch/electrode angle.
  • Hands-on session of Oxy-Fuel cutting, Welding & Brazing.
  • Hands-on session of preparing base material & Joint groove for welding.
  • Hands-on session of SMAW on Carbon Steel (CS) Plates, in all positions.
  • Hands-on session of GMAW on CS & SS Plates, Pipes and plate to pipe in all positions.
  • Hands-on session of GTAW on CS, SS Plates, Pipes & Plate to Pipe in all positions.
Prerequisites- Understanding of Fitting/Cutting and Basic Welding operations and tools.

Training Profile

 

Working Professionals: Minimum 1 Year of experience as an Arc Welder

Training Outcomes -

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Set-up SMAW, GMAW & GTAW machines and select consumables & parameters accordingly . Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling. .
  • Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling
  • Weld Carbon Steel Plates & Pipes and plate to pipe in all position by SMAW, GMAW & GTAW Process.
  • Weld Stainless Steel Plates & Pipes and plate to pipe in all position by SMAW, GMAW & GTAW Process.

ASNT Level I Certification Program in VT, PT, MT & UT
Non Destructive Testing Processes

Duration:
Academic: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 60 hrs)

Goals:This course is drafted for fresher's Diploma & B.Tech holders to develop basic skill in Non- Destructive testing. Non-Destructive testing is one of the special processes which require competency & certification to perform the job activity. This course will provide good understanding of NDT processes for the beginners and will lead to ASNT Level I certification as per SNT TC 1A.

Content:

  • Types of Discontinuities
  • Codes, standards and Procedures
  • Fundamentals of light and lighting; Visual Weld testing practices; Fibre optic Bore scopes
  • Basic principles on effects of liquid penetration; Methods and types of liquid penetration; Testing samples using various liquid penetration methods.
  • Basics of Magnetism; Test Equipments and Accessories; Demagnetization
  • Generation of Ultrasonic waves; Types of Probes; Test Equipment;
Prerequisites- Diploma or degree level education.

Training Profile

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Diploma/ B. Tech

NA

Training Outcomes -

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Identifying various weld discontinuities
  • Familiarity with codes and standards related to inspection requirements
  • Carrying out inspection of parent materials and consumables using.. VT, MT, PT & UT processes, under the supervision of ASNT Level II personnel.

ASNT Level II Certification Program in VT, PT, MT & UT
Non Destructive Testing Processes

Duration:
Academic: NA........................................ Corporate: 120 Hours (Th: 10 hrs; Pr: 70 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for fresher's ITI Diploma & B.Tech holders to develop advanced skill in VT, PT, MT and UT processes for Non-Destructive testing as per SNT TC 1 A leading to ASNT Level II certi fi cation. This course will provide good understanding of the testing required to become competent testing personnel.

Content:

  • Types of Discontinuities
  • Codes, standards and Procedures
  • Fundamentals of light and lighting; Visual Weld testing practices; Fibre optic Bore scopes
  • Basic principles on effects of liquid penetration; Methods and types of liquid penetration; Testing samples using various liquid penetration methods.
  • Basics of Magnetism; Test Equipments and Accessories; Demagnetization
  • Generation of Ultrasonic waves; Types of Probes; Test Equipment;Principles of DGS/DAC Methods; Echo dynamics for Reflector Evaluation
  • Hands on session on the processes as per the requirement of SNT TC 1A.
Prerequisites- Candidate should be NDT ASNT Level I Certified or having suitable exposure as per SNT TC lA in respective NDT processes having diploma or degree level education.

Training Profile

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

NA

Diploma/ B. Tech /Testing Supervisors/ Technicians

Training Outcomes -

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Identifying various weld discontinuities
  • Understanding the need for documentation in welding
  • Familiarity with codes and standards related to inspection requirements
  • Carrying out inspection of parent materials and consumables
  • To provide basic knowledge of PT sufficient to enable a person to carry out tests in accordance with established procedures under the supervision of ASNT level III personnel.
  • Identify suitability of MT for material and inspection procedure.
  • Be familiar with codes, standards and specifications for UT to evaluate results of the tests
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