Skip to content

IIW International Diploma in Welding

Welding Processes and Equipment

 

Who should attend?

A course suitable for welding co-ordinatorS (ISO 14731) or other specialists interested in welding processes and equipment.

What will you learn?

The course covers a wide range of topics from general introduction to welding technology and review of electrotechnics, and understanding how different welding power sources work. You also will learn about:

  •  The arc and the power sources for arc welding
  • Introduction to gas shielded arc welding
  • Manual metal arc (MMA) welding
  • Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding
  • Metal inert gas/ Metal active gas (MIG/MAG) welding
  • Flux cored arc welding (FCAW)
  • Submerged arc welding (SAW)
  • Oxy-fuel gas welding and related processes
  • Resistance welding
  • Other welding processes ( laser, electron beam, plasma, friction)
  • Cutting and other edge preparation processes
  • Joining processes for plastics
  • Joining processes for ceramics and composite.

MBOT Continuing Professional Development  (CPD) hours earned

25 hours

Contact us to book

Advanced Welding Processes and Equipment

 

Who should attend?

 This course can be taken as a stand-alone training if you have a special interest in the welding processes that presented during the course - i.e. laser welding, electron beam welding, plasma welding, friction welding, resistance welding, etc.

What will you learn?

Topics covered on the course includes:

  • Resistance Welding
  • Brazing and Soldering
  • Polymers and polymer welding
  • Joining processes for ceramics and composites
  • Ultrasonic, Diffusion, TLP Welding
  • Fully mechanised processes and robotics
  • Basics of Laser Beam Welding
  • Electron Beam Welding
  • Friction and forge welding processes
  • Friction Stir Welding and Explosion welding
  • Wire Bonding & Micro-joining

MBOT Continuing Professional Development  (CPD) hours earned

25 hours

Contact us to book

Practical Welding Technology

 

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for welding co-ordinators (ISO 14731). Those working on getting the specialist certificate, can be exempted from this module if they can demonstrate practical experience on the welding processes.

What will you learn?

The course covers the fundamentals of welding including the following topics:

  • MIG/MAG – The effects of different shielding gases and using different modes of metal transfer.
  • MMA – The use of basic, rutile and cellulosic electrodes and the effects of polarity on welding.
  • TIG – The effects of gas purging and the use of pulse welding current.
  • Gas Welding – Different flame types and the effect of nozzle sizes.
  • Testing of welding joints.
  • Safety and equipment

MBOT Continuing Professional Development  (CPD) hours earned

25 hours

Contact us to book

Materials and their Behaviour

 

Who should attend?

A course suitable for welding co-ordinators (ISO 14731) or other specialists interested in welding metallurgy.

What will you learn?

The topics covered on the course includes:

  • Manufacture and designation of steels
  • Testing materials
  • Structure and properties of pure metals
  • Alloys and phase diagrams
  • Heat treatment methods
  • Structure of the welded joint
  • Steels: plain carbon, carbon-manganese, fine grained, low alloy, high alloy, etc.
  • Cracking phenomena in welded joints
  • Introduction to corrosion
  • High alloy creep resistant and heat resistant steels
  • Cast irons and steels
  • Non ferrous metals and alloys

MBOT Continuing Professional Development  (CPD) hours earned

25 hours

Contact us to book

Design and Construction

 

Who should attend?

A course suitable for Welding coordinators (ISO 14731) OR specialists involved in the design process of structures.

What will you learn?

Candidates will learn about various welding and fabrication related issues including but not limited to:

  • Design principals and structure systems
  • Design and behavior of welded structures
  • Fatigue and brittle fracture
  • Engineering critical assessment
  • Behaviour of structures under different thermodynamically loadings
  • Practicalities of construction of a variety of products
  • Welding Processes and Equipment (Foundation)
  • Advanced Welding Processes and Equipment
  • Practical Welding Technology
  • Materials and their Behaviour (Foundation)
  • Design and Construction (Foundation)
  • Fabrication and Application (Foundation)

MBOT Continuing Professional Development  (CPD) hours earned

25 hours

Contact us to book

Fabrication and Application

 

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for welding co-ordinators (ISO 14731) or other specialists involved in welding fabrication (QA, QC and manufacturing).

What will you learn?

As the final module of the specialist qualification, various subjects on quality assurance and quality control in welding are covered in this course. the topics that are covered include:

  • Introduction to quality assurance in welded fabrication
  • Quality control during manufacture
  • Residual stress and distortion
  • Plant facilities, welding jigs and fixtures
  • Measurement, control and recording in welding
  • Economics of welding
  • Health and safety
  • Repair by welding
  • Non-destructive testing (NDT) methods
  • Fitness for purpose
  • Case studies

MBOT Continuing Professional Development  (CPD) hours earned

25 hours

Contact us to book

For more infomation please email:


inquiry@twisea.com