- Where will the testing take place?
- How many employees can you train at one time?
- Does my Company need to be certified?
- What are the differences between the various Codes and Standards?
- Who will be teaching the courses?
- What kind of certification do our Company and our welders receive at the end of the Program?
- Could you customize the courses to suit the needs of our Company?
- On which materials are you training your students?
1. Where will the testing take place?
Depending of the location of the training, the testing can be done at your site or at Advanced Welding Techniques training facility in accordance to the Certification required.
Depending on Course content, we can train between 15 to 20 employees maximum for the Theory part of the Course and between 5 and 10 at any one time for the Practical part.
Yes, if the welders need to be certified or re-certified in CWB or TSSA standards or if the Company products require welding certification.
The C.W.B. (Canadian Welding Bureau) standard is required when product is classed as W47.1
The T.S.S.A. (Technical Safety Standards Authority) standard is required when product comes under ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) codes.
Professional trades people with extensive theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the welding field will teach all courses, either at your location or at Advanced Welding Techniques training facility.
Your Company will receive written procedures (welding specifications), welding tests results and welder’s qualifications records.
The welders will receive a Certificate stating the welding tests they have successfully completed.
Yes. After meeting with the person in charge of training and personnel development, Advanced Welding Techniques will develop and design a Program to suit your specific needs and requirements. Our courses could be full or part-time and organized on days, afternoons and Saturdays (some restrictions apply).
We trained our students on Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Specialty Alloys, as well as Plate (C.W.B., T.S.S.A., A.W.S.) and Pipe (T.S.S.A.)