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Weldability Sif has a dedicated Learn to Weld division, providing a suite of welder training and assessment services, delivered flexibly for best return on clients’ time and investment. Training primarily takes place at the Weldability Sif Technology & Training Centre, where each delegate is fully-equipped with the latest welder training equipment, consumables and PPE. The EAL Approved Centre provides assessment of vocational welding skills – both practical technique and underpinning theory – for all skill levels, from novice to advanced, leading to certification in all the major welding processes. 3rd-Party witnessing and ‘coding’ to British, European, American and International welder qualification standards is also provided.
The courses Weldability Sif are currently running include:
A one-week intensive, single process welding qualification developed to provide a broad based introduction to the practices and processes within welding. Learners are provided with the underpinning knowledge and introductory practical skills. Learners can choose from MIG/TIG/MMA/Oxy-Fuel/Brazing & Soldering and Plasma Cutting.
A recognised Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC) training course. The only independent RWC course providing a Level 4 Award and Certificate of Verifiable Achievement from EAL, who are the awarding body operated by SEMTA (The Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies). This course is suitable for Welders, Managers, Supervisors, Inspectors and Quality Personnel and other professionals in the structural steel fabrication sector who are looking to improve their technical knowledge in welding practices, welding inspection, metallurgy and quality control, in order to serve as Responsible Welding Coordinator or as Welding Coordinator.
A complete training and certification service which is intended to provide fundamental knowledge of hazards associated with welding and cutting and how to demonstrate good working practices to reduce exposure to fumes and gases.
Two day training and certification enabling those with a basic understanding of the Oxy/Fuel Gas Welding process to inspect portable Oxy/Fuel cutting and welding gas equipment in accordance with the Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 and the British Compressed Gases Association Code of Practice 7 (BCGA CP7)
For further information on courses run by Weldability Sif please visit www.learn-to-weld.com