This welder supervision course covers compulsory 120 hours of training with the appropriate experience to sit for the welder supervisor examination.
- Responsibilities and duties of a welding supervisor
- Terms, symbols and definitions
- Welding Safety
- Welding, cutting and related processes
- Welding equipment
- Welding practice
- Welding Production
- Welding inspection and testing
- Basic Metallurgy
- Application Standards
A candidate for the welding supervisors certificate (Certificate No. 10) shall submit to the Examining Body documentary evidence of having one of the following:
(a) A welder’s certificate complying with AS1796, evidence of attending or having attended a course of instruction for welding supervisors and not less than one year’s experience in the welding of pressure equipment as defined in AS/NZS 1200 subsequent to gaining the welder’s certificate. The course of instruction, predominantly theoretical in scope, shall be of at least 120 hours’ duration.
(b) A welder’s certificate complying with AS1796 and at least 2 years’ experience in the welding of pressure equipment as defined in AS/NZS 1200 subsequent to gaining that certificate.
(c) A qualification in engineering, metallurgy or welding and, at least three years’ experience in welded fabrication, one year of which shall have included the construction of pressure equipment as defined in AS/NZS 1200.
In addition, a candidate shall have verbal and written communication skills and be able to write reports.
Continuous enrolments until 18 Dec 20. Please enquire to speak to a lecturer prior to enrolling.
Student Visa (500)
Current VISA holders eligible
Does not include examination fee
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