Online Welder Training

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It is important that if you wish to improve your career opportunities that you undertake regular training courses.

To make this easier Weld Australia is offering online courses to help develop your welding knowledge and to better inform you for your professional development. The content has been developed by senior people within the profession and is regularly updated. These courses are available any time day and night and are designed as self-paced modules which will allow the student to complete them in their own time.

In order to completely fulfil the general theory requirements of AS/NZS ISO 9606-1, Registered Welders not qualified to AS2214 or AS1796 should complete Weld Australia online courses Welding Fundamentals Basic and Welding Fundamentals Advanced before they are due for 2 year re-certification.

To access Weld Australia online courses click here: Weld Australia Online Courses


Overview:

This is for welders, welding foremen, welding supervisors, production managers, welding sales representatives and other welding professionals that require the mathematical skills to accurately measure the physical dimensions of welds and calculate the cost of the labour, materials, and equipment required to produce them.

The Economics of Welding Course is comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand. It serves as a comprehensive introduction for students new to the economics of welding and a detailed refresher for professionals preparing to implement economically sound practices.

The Fabrication Maths – Basic course is ideal for any welding student or welding professional that needs to learn or review basic math skills and how they apply to various aspects of welding from measuring materials for cutting and assembling to ordering materials in an economical and efficient manner.
This is for welders, welding foremen, welding supervisors, production managers, welding sales representatives and other welding professionals that require the mathematical skills to accurately measure the physical dimensions of welds and calculate the cost of the labour, materials, and equipment required to produce them.

The Fabrication Maths – Advanced Course only requires that learners understand how to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers, fractions and decimals, as well as how to convert fractions, improper fractions, and decimals. These skills are covered in Fabrication Maths – Basic.

This course is ideal for both students and professional who want to learn or reacquaint them with the basic principles required to understand more advanced metallurgical concepts.

No previous knowledge is required to take this course. We start at the beginning, explain every term and topic, and provide practice questions to ensure you understand the material.

This course is ideal for both students and professional who want to learn or reacquaint them with the nature of metals, the metallurgical phenomena involved in welding, and the effects of these phenomena on the properties of welded materials.

To get the most out of this course, it is helpful to understand the basic principles that underlie the broad field of metallurgy. These include the characteristics of atoms, the periodic table, chemical bonding, chemical reactivity, the atomic structure of materials, and the properties of metals. These topics are covered in the online course, Metallurgy – Basic.

The Science of Non-Destructive Testing is ideal for both students and welding professionals involved in inspection, supervision, or quality control.

No previous knowledge is required. This course presents NDT concepts in clear, easy-to-understand language and easily digestible chunks of information. We start at the beginning, explain every term and topic, and provide practice questions to ensure you understand the material.

While comprehensive, the Welding Fundamentals – Basic Course was developed specifically with the beginner in mind. Registration is open to anyone with the desire to expand their understanding of welding.

The Welding Fundamentals – Basic Course is designed for anyone who wants to familiarize themselves with the science, methodology, terminology, and applications of the most commonly used welding and cutting processes. This course is ideal for students who need to learn the basics and established welders who want to expand their core competencies. The course is also perfect for salespersons, supervisors, and quality assurance personnel who want to expand their knowledge of welding in order to excel in the welding industry.

This course is designed for anyone who wants to familiarize themselves with the science, terminology, equipment, variables, materials, safety, and applications of resistance welding, plasma arc welding, electron beam welding, and laser beam welding, cutting, and drilling. This course is ideal for students and established welders who want to expand their core competencies. The course is also perfect for salespersons, supervisors, and quality assurance personnel who want to expand their knowledge of these processes in order to excel in the welding industry.

To get the most out of this course, it is helpful to understand the basic principles of welding, including terminology, joint design, electrical characteristics, discontinuities, and safety. These topics are covered in the online course, Welding Fundamentals – Basic.

The Welding Safety course is ideal for anyone engaged in welding, cutting, brazing, or soldering. Whether you’re a student, hobbyist, or seasoned professional, keeping abreast of the latest safety and health regulations and best practices is essential to everyone in the welding industry.
Understanding Welding Symbols is ideal for anyone involved in the design, fabrication, or inspection of welded, brazed, or soldered joints.