There are now webinar tutorials available in the Resources section of this website, in addition to the existing manuals available.
The webinars currently available cover:
The current public database of Weld Australia and IIW Register of Qualified and Certified Welding Personnel will be phased out and replaced by the WeldQ System and the AWCR. The current register will be phased out very soon. If you want your existing qualification and certification details to be visible on the new public directory, you must register on WeldQ as soon as possible. More than 300 people have already registered on WeldQ. Best of all, registration is completely free of charge.
How Do I Register on WeldQ?
Go to How to Register.
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Read through the instructions before registering on WeldQ. This will make the registration process much easier. Instructions in the form of manuals and webinars on how to set up a WeldQ account and a WeldQ profile can be found in the Resources section of this website.
All details entered will be verified by Weld Australia.
If, after referring to the instructions in the resources, you require assistance please use the contact form on the AWCR website.
Rail technology leader Bombardier Transportation in Australia is proud to have received accreditation from the Weld Australia enabling it to certify welders across the Australian rail industry through the Australian Welder Certification Register (AWCR). The Welding Training Centre at Bombardier’s Dandenong site in Victoria is now an accredited facility for securing and growing local welding capabilities and for delivering industry-recognized certifications to staff, external suppliers, and industry partners in Australia.
“Our Welding Centre in Dandenong will act as a facility to train and certify welders; internally as well as externally with the capability to qualify suppliers, customers or any individual candidates. We want to enhance and sustain the Australian rail sector’s welding competencies”, said David Collomb, Head of Operations and Site General Manager (Dandenong), Bombardier Transportation Australia. He added, “This achievement is testimony to Bombardier’s continuous improvement and employee upskilling culture, which is a key differentiator of Bombardier’s quality products and customer offerings across the rail industry in Australia.”
As part of achieving this accreditation, the Welding Team in Dandenong validated Bombardier’s welding practices in line with the rigorous ISO9606 international weld requirements. During this process, Lead Weld Engineers, Louis Victor Blain and Con Sakellaridis, became accredited examiner and trainer respectively, and have worked tirelessly to demonstrate Bombardier’s welding competencies as part of manufacturing best practice. Bombardier will subsequently offer welding courses for internal and external candidates covering the EN15085 requirements specific to the rail industry. To date, the facility has trained and qualified over 40 Bombardier welders in addition to a number of key supply partners. Read the rest of Bombardier’s press Release here