Welding Supervisor – AS 1796 Certificate 10

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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.


Welding Supervisors play a vital role in industry, they understand the factors that influence welding quality, how to oversee welders effectively, and the variables that help maximise productivity.

The AS1796 Certificate 10 meets the requirements for a welding supervisor under AS 1210 for pressure vessels. Similarly, this qualification also meets the requirements outlined in AS/NZS 1554.1 to supervise the welding of structural steel.

The Welding Supervisor online course includes three x five-week modules with two x three hour lectures per week, delivered over six months. A minimum attendance rate of 70% is required. The course includes a mixture of pre-recorded material, live online lectures, and a variety of other learning resources. All our presenters are qualified welding supervisors or higher with extensive industry experience.



If you’re keen to have a successful career in the supervision of welding, manufacturing or repairing items like pressure vessels, boilers or even structural steel, the best place to start is with certification to AS 1796 Certificate 10.

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.


Modules One and Two: Welding Theory and Technology

  • Welding Safety 
  • Welding, Cutting and Related Processes
  • Welding Equipment
  • Welding Practice
  • Welding Production
  • Welding Inspection and Testing 
  • Basic Metallurgy

Module Three: Application of Standards

  • AS2214: The implementation of the welding requirements in S/NZS 1554 Parts 1-7
  • AS1796: The implementation of the welding requirements in the appropriate Australian Standards for pressure equipment as defined in AS/NZS 1200

The blended nature caters towards your needs and allows you to gain tangible knowledge to put to use in the welding and fabrication industry.


This course satisfies the theoretical requirements outlined in AS1796 for the certification of welders to Certificate 10.



Examinations are not conducted as part of the course, and will therefore incur an additional cost. You will also need to enrol for examinations separately. Exam enrolments and payments are conducted through Weld Australia’s WeldQ platform


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