Course Outline

Welcome to our FCAW and GMAW welding course! In this comprehensive program, you will learn the skills and knowledge necessary to become a proficient welder in both Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), also known as MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding.

You will start with a general introduction to FCAW and GMAW welding, including the theory behind the processes and the function and operation of the equipment. You will also learn about the various consumables used in these welding processes, including their origin and function.

As you progress through the course, you will receive training in the process and current required for FCAW and GMAW welding, as well as the weldability of different metals. You will learn about the qualifications and approval process for these welding processes, as well as techniques for successful blending.

In addition to these technical topics, you will also receive instruction on welding conditions and will learn about common defects and their causes, as well as how to take corrective action. You will receive training in maintenance and salvage, as well as the proper procedures for welding.

By the end of the course, you will have a solid foundation in both FCAW and GMAW welding, making you well-prepared to start a rewarding career in this field.

  • welding Helmet 
  • Welding Mitts(Gloves)
  • leather Coat
  • Ball peen Hammer
  • Chipping Hammer
  • Soap stone Holder
  • Measuring tape
  • Mig Pliers
  • Tip Cleaner
  • Tri  – Square 
  • Wire Bursh
  • Safety Glasses Clear & Shaded
  • Safety toe boots
  • 4 1/2″ Mini Grinder Disks (25)
  • Toolbox
  • Vice Grips 
  • 2 locks 
  • Perform bridge code welds and other related structural work.
  • Pass the 3G & 4G Limited w/backing weld qualification test to AWS D1.1/D1.1M 2015 standards.
  • Use a variety of electrodes in the SMAW-Stick welding process.
  • Understand the different electrode F-groups associated with SMAW.
  • Perform fillet and groove welds in all positions.
  • Produce quality cuts with oxy-acetylene and plasma torches.
  • Striking an arc progressing to make bead welds
  • Welding in different  directions with different types of electrodes
  • Progressing to position welding ,gradually  to vertical  and overhead positions
  • Same welding process for joining bevelled material ; root pass and filler passes in all 
  • Four position testing -CWB test  ( Canadian  Welding Bureau ) in S.M.A.W. and two position  testing – CWB test in F.C.A.W and G.M.A.W 
  • Four Position testing in SMAW
  • Four Position testing in FCAW & Two Position in GMAW

$6000 TEST Extra $125 each (usually & tests)

12 Weeks

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