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Skill Development Programs & 3 Year Learning Program

3 Year learning program according to Merseta Accreditation
QCT Curriculum Code: 651202000
Cirriculum Title: Welder
NQF Level: 4

Trade Test preparation
Prices available on request

THEORY:
Safe Work Practices
Basic Hand Tools & Measuring Equipment
Air and Electrical Grinders
Welding Symbols
Other theory courses available on request

SHORT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Plasma Cutting
Oxy Acetylene Cutting
Oxy Acetylene Welding
Oxy Acetylene Brazing
Flux Core Arc Welding
Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Gas Metal Arc Welding
Gas Tungsten Welding
Gas Metal Arc and TIG
Combination on Pipe:
– Gas Metal Arc and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
– Shielded Metal Arc and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

Entrepreneurs Course

Perform Safe Work Practices

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Theory on this is included in all the courses, but is also available as separate course.

DURATION AS SINGLE COURSE - 3 DAYS

Cost - included in Main Courses

Basic Hand Tools

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Theory on this is included in all the courses, but is also available as separate course.

DURATION AS SINGLE COURSE - 3 DAYS

Cost - included in Main Courses

Welding Symbols

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Theory on this is included in all the courses, but is also available as separate course.

DURATION AS SINGLE COURSE - 3 DAYS

Cost - included in Main Courses

OXY ACETYLENE CUTTING (OAC)

SAQA US ID: 243067
CREDITS: 6

Cut materials using the oxy-fuel gas cutting process (manual cutting).

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students are educated how to use Oxy Acetylene Cutting equipment, the setup of gauges, connections, and the mixture settings on the cutting torch.
The students will learn how to do a straight cut and bevelling, using the cutting torch.
This includes all safety procedures concerning cutting equipment and the environment.

DURATION - 3 DAYS

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to perform general entry level cutting in: Shut downs on various projects.

OXY ACETYLENE WELDING/BRAZING

                       OAW                   /                     OAB                        

                             OAW                                             Stainless Steel
                SAQA US ID: 243053                           SAQA US ID 243069
                        CREDITS: 10                                          CREDITS 6

Weld workpieces using the oxy-acetylene gas welding process.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students are educated how to use Oxy Acetylene Cutting Welding Equipment, the setup of gauges, connections, and the mixture settings on the welding torch.
The Students will learn how to do straight beads, fillet welds and butt welds, using the welding torch.
This includes all safety procedures concerning welding equipment and the environment.

DURATION - 5 DAYS

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to perform general entry level cutting in: Shut downs on various projects.

FLUX CORE ARC WELDING (FCAW)

SAQA US ID: 243052
CREDITS: 8

Weld workpieces using the flux core-wire welding process.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students are educated on arc welding safety and Flux Core Arc Welding Processes (FCAW).
This includes proper techniques for welding and how the FCAW process works.
Students will be able to perform a fillet and groove weld with or without backing in all positions.
A skills test, which consist of a visual and bend test, must be passed after each welding position.
A certificate is issued to each student, upon successful completion.

DURATION - 10 DAYS

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to perform general entry level structural welding in:
Power plants,
Refineries,
Petrochemical Plants, and
Fabrication plants where pre-manufacturing is assembled.




Shielded metal arc weldinG
(SMAW-PLATE)

SAQA US ID: 243056
CREDITS: 16

Weld carbon steel workpieces using the shielded metal arc welding process.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students is educated on arc welding safety and the Shielded Metal Arc Welding process (SMAW-Plate), proper techniques and electrode selection for welding plate in various welding positions (1G, 2G, 3G, 4G) to meet ASME welding code.
Each student will learn how the SMAW process works and able to perform a fillet and groove weld with or without backing in all positions with a 6010 and 7018 electrode.
Each student will learn safety, welding rod functions, and welding in various positions.
To complete the course student must be able to pass a skill test after each welding position.
After successful completion, each student receives a certificate.


DURATION - 20 DAYS

Section 1: - Fillet weld with down hand, vertical up, overhead and 1G groove weld
Section 2: - 2G, 3G and 4G

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to perform general entry level production and maintenance welding in:
Power plant or refineries on mild steel, stainless and carbon steel,
Machine shops, oilfield, pipeline, petrochemical or
Fabrication plants where pre-manufacturing is assembled.

GAS METAL ARC WELDING (GMAW)

SAQA US ID: 243064
CREDITS: 15

Weld workpieces using the shielded metal arc welding process.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students is educated on arc welding safety and the Gas Metal Arc Welding Process (GMAW).
This includes proper techniques for welding and how the GMAW process works.
Each student will be able to perform a fillet and groove weld with or without backing in all positions.
A skills test, which consist of a visual and bend test, must be passed after each welding position.
A certificate is issued upon successful completion.

DURATION - 10 DAYS

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to perform general entry level structural welding in:
Power plants,
Refineries,
Petrochemical Plants, and
Fabrication plants where pre-manufacturing is assembled.

GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW/TIG) PLATE

SAQA US ID: 243058
CREDITS: 25

Weld carbon steel workpieces using the gas tungsten arc welding process

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students is educated on Arc Welding Safety and the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process (GTAW-TIG).
This includes proper techniques for welding, and how the GTAW process works.
Each student will be able to perform a fillet and groove weld with or without backing in all positions.
A skills test, which consist of a visual and bend test, must be passed after each welding position.
A certificate is issued upon successful completion.

DURATION - 20 DAYS

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to be employed in general entry level production and maintenance welding in:
Power plants, Petrochemical Plants
Machine Shops, Oil fields, Pipeline,
Refineries on mild steel, stainless steel and carbon steel and
Fabrication plants where pre-manufacturing is assembled.


GAS TUNGSTEN & SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (GTAW, SMAW) PIPE or gas tungsten & gas metal arc welding (gtaw gmaw) pipe

             GTAW & SMAW          /           GMAW & GTAW              

               SAQA US ID: 243085                           SAQA US ID 243088
                      CREDITS: 8                                          CREDITS 8

Weld workpieces using the shielded metal arc welding process.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students is educated on welding safety and the Shield Metal Arc Welding Process (SMAW-Pipe).
This includes proper techniques and electrode selection for welding pipe in various welding positions (1G, 2G, 3G, 5G, 6G) to meet ASME welding code, using 2 processes.
Each student will learn how to weld with E6013 and E7018, and have the skills to pass the 6G weld test to ASME & other standards.
A skills test, which consist of a visual and bend test, must be passed after each welding position.
A certificate is issued upon successful completion.

DURATION - 20 DAYS

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to perform general entry level production and maintenance welding in:
Power plants,
Petrochemical Plants,
Oil Fields,
Pipelines,
Refineries on mild steel, stainless steel and carbon steel,
Machine shops and
Fabrication plants where pre-manufacturing is assembled.

GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW/TIG) ALUMINIUM OR STAINLESS STEEL

                  Aluminium              /             Stainless Steel             

                 SAQA US ID: 243079                             SAQA US ID 243057
                        CREDITS: 10                                            CREDITS 20

Weld carbon steel workpieces using the gas tungsten arc welding process

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Introduction to Aluminium is the perfect starting point for anyone entering the aluminium industry. Our aim with this training course is to provide you with good basic knowledge of aluminium.
Students is educated about the production and processing of aluminium, its properties and how alloy and temper designations work.
Metallurgy, surface treatment and experimental techniques for problem solving is also covered.
The course includes:
The correct set-up and tacking procedures,
Type of current used and effects of AC/DC,
After completion each student will have the skills to weld
aluminium in all positions.
The topics covered is: Modes of metal, Basic Aluminium Metallurgy,
Filler Metal Selection, and Metal Preparation for Aluminium
Welding.
To complete the course student must be able to pass a skill test
after each welding position.
After succesful completion, each student receives a certificate.

DURATION - 10 DAYS

JOB OPPERTUNITIES

Students will be empowered to perform general entry level production and maintenance welding in:
Manufacturing of Aluminium Products such as Trailors,
Refrigiration, Aluminium Containers and storage tanks.
Fabrication plants where pre-manufacturing is assembled.

Basic arc welding (entrepreneurs course)

SAQA US ID: 243066
CREDITS: 8

• Basic Arc Welding • How to calculate the material needed • How to calculate your quotation • How to calculate the deposit needed to be paid

Equipment Included in Course

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