This course can help boost your earning potential and job stability. Plus, the qualification demonstrates to employers that you are dedicated to continually learning and growing in your profession.
This course satisfies the theoretical requirements outlined in AS 1796 for the certification of welders to Certificates 1-9.
The course is conducted online with a self-paced learning format and comprises 18 topics. Each topic includes a one to two hour pre-recorded lecture, which is available to watch via Weld Australia’s learning platform, along with digital copies of the course notes and review questions.
If you’re keen to have a successful career in welding or in manufacturing or repairing items like pressure vessels, boilers or even structural steel, the best place to start is with certification to AS 1796 Certificates 1-9.
In this highly engaging online course, you’ll cover the welding theory needed to meet the requirements specified in AS 1796, apply to welding high quality applications using carbon and low alloy steel.
The course is comprised of 18 different topics, including:
- Welding safety
- Welding regulations
- Welding terms and symbols
- Elements in carbon steel
- Heat treatment
- Weld testing
- Preparation and set up for welding
- Welding procedures
- Cutting and gouging
- Electrical terms
- Arc conditions
- Electrodes and filler materials
- Welding alloy steels
- Non-ferrous metals
- GTAW and GMAW equipment
- Oxyacetylene and automatic welding equipment
DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATION
This course satisfies the theoretical requirements outlined in AS1796 for the certification of welders to Certificates 1-9.
COURSE AND EXAM COSTS
Examinations are not conducted as part of the course, and will therefore incur an additional cost.
Exam enrolments and payments are conducted through Weld Australia’s WeldQ platform.