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Overview:

This course will be covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WQR, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the AWS CWI exam.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, technologists, engineers, or experienced welders and welding supervisors who are involved in new welding fabrication, repairs, alteration, or inspection of welded pressure equipment.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

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Overview:

This course will be covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WQR, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the AWS CWI exam.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, technologists, engineers, or experienced welders and welding supervisors who are involved in new welding fabrication, repairs, alteration, or inspection of welded pressure equipment.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

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6 days
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811
Overview:

The course details are as below:Introduction to ASME Codes, Introduction to ASME Section VIII Div. 1: UG: General Requirements, UW: Welding Requirements UCS: PWHT and Impact testing, Fabrication, Inspection, Examination & Testing , Basic Welding Metallurgy, Welding Processes (GMAW, GTAW, SMAW, SAW), Welding Symbols Introduction to ASME Section IX :General Requirements & Welding Procedure Specification, Procedure Qualification Record & Welder Performance Qualification, How to write & review WPS/PQR/WPQ, ASME Section V: Introduction to Nondestructive testing techniques (RT / PT / UT / MT / VT)

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for Welding Engineers, Fabrication Engineers, Foreman, Welding Supervisor, Quality Control Inspectors and QC Manager as it is covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WPQ, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDT and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

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3 days
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807
Overview:

This course provides an insight to those who are not metallurgists and it covers the subject of Metallurgy from the history of metals to its fabrication into usable products. This course is designed to give the participants an overview of what metals are, how they behave and why they behave in the way they do.

Who Should Attend:

This course is ideally suited for Design engineers, Purchase engineers, Quality Control Engineers, Production Engineers, Planning engineers, Supervisors and foreman as well as Third Party Inspectors who deal with metals.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
2 days
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120
Overview:

The course details are as below:Introduction to ASME Codes, Introduction to ASME Section VIII Div. 1: UG: General Requirements, UW: Welding Requirements UCS: PWHT and Impact testing, Fabrication, Inspection, Examination & Testing , Basic Welding Metallurgy, Welding Processes (GMAW, GTAW, SMAW, SAW), Welding Symbols Introduction to ASME Section IX :General Requirements & Welding Procedure Specification, Procedure Qualification Record & Welder Performance Qualification, How to write & review WPS/PQR/WPQ, ASME Section V: Introduction to Nondestructive testing techniques (RT / PT / UT / MT / VT).

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for Welding Engineers, Fabrication Engineers, Foreman, Welding Supervisor, Quality Control Inspectors and QC Manager as it is covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WPQ, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDT and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
3 days
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118
Overview:

The course details are as below: ASME Codes concepts, How to review ASME Codes, ASME Section IX review in details: General requirements, Responsibilities of manufactures, Welding PositionsAcceptance standard for destructive testing (Tensile, bends), How to prepared welding procedure Specification (WPS),Procedure, Qualification records (PQR), Welder's Qualification (WPQ), Requirements of Welder's Qualifications, Recertification andreexamination, How to select Test samples for Weld coupon, Types & purpose of tests & examinations, Case study and practice.

Who Should Attend:

 

This is an ideal course for welding engineers, fabrication engineers, foreman, welding supervisor and quality control inspectors, QC manager.This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDT and Welding.

Pre requisites:

 

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
1 day
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121
Overview:

The course will provide an overall perspective on the following: History of Metals, Mechanical Properties & their Measurement, Microstructure Phases Steels & Cast Irons, Steel Making & Forming, Corrosion & its Prevention Strengthening Mechanisms, Heat-Treatment of Steels, Case Hardening of Steels, Joining of Metals, Solidification of Metals, Non Ferrous Metals & their Applications, Material Characterization Quality Control & Failure Analysis, Destructive testing and it's applications, Material test certificate review, Discontinuities and their relevance for the products.

Who Should Attend:

This course provides an insight to those who are not metallurgists and it covers the subject of Metallurgy from the history of metals to its fabrication into usable products. This course will be beneficial for all those involved in manufacturing, engineering and construction industry. This course is ideally suited for Design engineers, Purchase engineers, Quality Control Engineers, Production Engineers, Planning engineers, Supervisors and foreman as well as Third Party Inspectors who deal with metals.This course is designed to give the participants an overview of what metals are, how they behave and why they behave in the way they do.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
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119
Overview:

This course will be covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WQR, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the AWS CWI exam.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, technologists, engineers, or experienced welders and welding supervisors who are involved in new welding fabrication, repairs, alteration, or inspection of welded pressure equipment.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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162
Overview:

Upon the successful completion of this course, each participant will be able to:-

  • Develop safety programmes and procedures
  • Perform personnel management and training
  • Execute Project Management
  • Understand welding and allied processes, welding metallurgy, applicable NDE methods
Who Should Attend:

It is an ideally suited programme for Welding Inspectors, who aspire to be Welding Managers / Designers. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of Welding

Pre requisites:

All AWS – CWIs with a minimum experience of 6 years

Date:
To
Duration:
5 days
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173
Overview:

The course details are as below:Introduction to ASME Codes, Introduction to ASME Section VIII Div. 1: UG: General Requirements, UW: Welding Requirements UCS: PWHT and Impact testing, Fabrication, Inspection, Examination & Testing , Basic Welding Metallurgy, Welding Processes (GMAW, GTAW, SMAW, SAW), Welding Symbols Introduction to ASME Section IX :General Requirements & Welding Procedure Specification, Procedure Qualification Record & Welder Performance Qualification, How to write & review WPS/PQR/WPQ, ASME Section V: Introduction to Nondestructive testing techniques (RT / PT / UT / MT / VT)

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for Welding Engineers, Fabrication Engineers, Foreman, Welding Supervisor, Quality Control Inspectors and QC Manager as it is covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WPQ, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDT and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
3 days
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148
Overview:

This course will introduce some common welding and cutting processes, AWS filler metals specifications, types of welding discontinuities and the related ASME Section V requirements for NDE, as well as the QA systems necessary for welder performance qualification. his course is also an excellent learning experience for people seeking general knowledge in welding and related NDE.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with welding for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
116
Overview:

The course will provide an overall perspective on the following: History of Metals, Mechanical Properties & their Measurement, Microstructure Phases Steels & Cast Irons, Steel Making & Forming, Corrosion & its Prevention Strengthening Mechanisms, Heat-Treatment of Steels, Case Hardening of Steels, Joining of Metals, Solidification of Metals, Non Ferrous Metals & their Applications, Material Characterization Quality Control & Failure Analysis, Destructive testing and it's applications, Material test certificate review, Discontinuities and their relevance for the products.

Who Should Attend:

This course provides an insight to those who are not metallurgists and it covers the subject of Metallurgy from the history of metals to its fabrication into usable products. This course will be beneficial for all those involved in manufacturing, engineering and construction industry. This course is ideally suited for Design engineers, Purchase engineers, Quality Control Engineers, Production Engineers, Planning engineers, Supervisors and foreman as well as Third Party Inspectors who deal with metals.This course is designed to give the participants an overview of what metals are, how they behave and why they behave in the way they do.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
372
Overview:

The course details are as below:Introduction to ASME Codes, Introduction to ASME Section VIII Div. 1: UG: General Requirements, UW: Welding Requirements UCS: PWHT and Impact testing, Fabrication, Inspection, Examination & Testing , Basic Welding Metallurgy, Welding Processes (GMAW, GTAW, SMAW, SAW), Welding Symbols Introduction to ASME Section IX :General Requirements & Welding Procedure Specification, Procedure Qualification Record & Welder Performance Qualification, How to write & review WPS/PQR/WPQ, ASME Section V: Introduction to Nondestructive testing techniques (RT / PT / UT / MT / VT)

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for Welding Engineers, Fabrication Engineers, Foreman, Welding Supervisor, Quality Control Inspectors and QC Manager as it is covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WPQ, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDT and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
3 days
The current course is Outdated.
358
Overview:

The course will provide an overall perspective on the following: History of Metals, Mechanical Properties & their Measurement, Microstructure Phases Steels & Cast Irons, Steel Making & Forming, Corrosion & its Prevention Strengthening Mechanisms, Heat-Treatment of Steels, Case Hardening of Steels, Joining of Metals, Solidification of Metals, Non Ferrous Metals & their Applications, Material Characterization Quality Control & Failure Analysis, Destructive testing and it's applications, Material test certificate review, Discontinuities and their relevance for the products.

Who Should Attend:

This course provides an insight to those who are not metallurgists and it covers the subject of Metallurgy from the history of metals to its fabrication into usable products. This course will be beneficial for all those involved in manufacturing, engineering and construction industry. This course is ideally suited for Design engineers, Purchase engineers, Quality Control Engineers, Production Engineers, Planning engineers, Supervisors and foreman as well as Third Party Inspectors who deal with metals.This course is designed to give the participants an overview of what metals are, how they behave and why they behave in the way they do.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
373
Overview:

This course will be covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WQR, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the AWS CWI exam.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, technologists, engineers, or experienced welders and welding supervisors who are involved in new welding fabrication, repairs, alteration, or inspection of welded pressure equipment.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
The current course is Outdated.
365
Overview:

The course details are as below:Introduction to ASME Codes, Introduction to ASME Section VIII Div. 1: UG: General Requirements, UW: Welding Requirements UCS: PWHT and Impact testing, Fabrication, Inspection, Examination & Testing , Basic Welding Metallurgy, Welding Processes (GMAW, GTAW, SMAW, SAW), Welding Symbols Introduction to ASME Section IX :General Requirements & Welding Procedure Specification, Procedure Qualification Record & Welder Performance Qualification, How to write & review WPS/PQR/WPQ, ASME Section V: Introduction to Nondestructive testing techniques (RT / PT / UT / MT / VT)

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for Welding Engineers, Fabrication Engineers, Foreman, Welding Supervisor, Quality Control Inspectors and QC Manager as it is covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WPQ, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDT and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
3 days
The current course is Outdated.
359
Overview:

The course will provide an overall perspective on the following: History of Metals, Mechanical Properties & their Measurement, Microstructure Phases Steels & Cast Irons, Steel Making & Forming, Corrosion & its Prevention Strengthening Mechanisms, Heat-Treatment of Steels, Case Hardening of Steels, Joining of Metals, Solidification of Metals, Non Ferrous Metals & their Applications, Material Characterization Quality Control & Failure Analysis, Destructive testing and it's applications, Material test certificate review, Discontinuities and their relevance for the products.

Who Should Attend:

This course provides an insight to those who are not metallurgists and it covers the subject of Metallurgy from the history of metals to its fabrication into usable products. This course will be beneficial for all those involved in manufacturing, engineering and construction industry. This course is ideally suited for Design engineers, Purchase engineers, Quality Control Engineers, Production Engineers, Planning engineers, Supervisors and foreman as well as Third Party Inspectors who deal with metals.This course is designed to give the participants an overview of what metals are, how they behave and why they behave in the way they do.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
374
Overview:

This course will be covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WQR, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the AWS CWI exam.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, technologists, engineers, or experienced welders and welding supervisors who are involved in new welding fabrication, repairs, alteration, or inspection of welded pressure equipment.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
The current course is Outdated.
419
Overview:

The course details are as below:Introduction to ASME Codes, Introduction to ASME Section VIII Div. 1: UG: General Requirements, UW: Welding Requirements UCS: PWHT and Impact testing, Fabrication, Inspection, Examination & Testing , Basic Welding Metallurgy, Welding Processes (GMAW, GTAW, SMAW, SAW), Welding Symbols Introduction to ASME Section IX :General Requirements & Welding Procedure Specification, Procedure Qualification Record & Welder Performance Qualification, How to write & review WPS/PQR/WPQ, ASME Section V: Introduction to Nondestructive testing techniques (RT / PT / UT / MT / VT)

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for Welding Engineers, Fabrication Engineers, Foreman, Welding Supervisor, Quality Control Inspectors and QC Manager as it is covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WPQ, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDT and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
3 days
The current course is Outdated.
422
Overview:

This course will be covering basic welding processes, safety, welding discontinuities & remedial actions, WPS, PQR, WQR, DT & NDT, quality control in welding. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the AWS CWI exam.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, technologists, engineers, or experienced welders and welding supervisors who are involved in new welding fabrication, repairs, alteration, or inspection of welded pressure equipment.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
The current course is Outdated.
420