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WELDING AREA COURSES

Overview

The courses available in this area are aimed both at those who approach for the first time the Welding Technology and at Welding Professionals.

The lessons, whose key feature is the multi-disciplinarity, may be followed completely online (through our e-learning platform and with the assistance of qualified professors/tutors) or blended, for the courses which also require to conduct practical tests.

Introduction courses are designed to help you learn the basics and reach the necessary welding skills.

The recognition and approval of the courses by personnel/EN 1090-1 certification bodies, grant a high quality content and the ability to achieve, as appropriate, certificates of qualification of personnel.

A summary sheet is available for each course offered (see below the "Course catalogue" section for more information): all courses are evaluated through homework, quizzes, tests (also practical), exams and projects supplied by the teacher/tutor during the program.

The trail of students is free, but the constant monitoring by professors/tutors of their activities and the ability to view their achievements, help learners to organize themselves better and to benefit of the course according to the schedule.

The level of the scores assigned to the students refers to the knowledge gained and helps the professor/tutor in identifying the need to fill any debits by planning of further training/studies to attain the necessary skills.














Course catalogue

Our courses relating to Welding area are designed both to improve the skills and knowledge already possessed by applicants and to facilitate learning for students who approach this area for the first time.

Basic or introductory courses offer the opportunity to get to know the general rules governing the technology area of welding, while advanced ones allow applicants to examine particular issues or to prepare themselves to achieve relevant qualifications (such as welders, welders licenses related to procedure qualifications, welding coordinator, welding engineering).

Students can start to attend at any time of year the courses conducted with the support of qualified professors/tutors and in partnership with personnel/EN 1090-1 certification bodies.

The candidates who attend entire duration of the course will receive a certificate of attendance: furthermore, those who will successful pass the course exams (for the programs where a personnel certification is required, for example, Welding Coordinator, Welding Inspector, Welder) will receive a certificate of competence or qualification issued by the relevant personnel certification body.

Admission

For the admission to the programs in Welding Coordinator (ISO 14731 "Comprehensive" level), applicants must have work experience and specific technical knowledge of welding techniques and materials technology for a minimum of:

  • 5 years for personnel with a degree in technical subjects (e.g., Engineering, Materials Science, Physics, etc.)
  • 3 years for personnel in possession of a diploma of secondary education in technical subjects

For the admission to the programs in Welding Coordinator (ISO 14731 "Basic" or "Specific" level) and Welding Inspector, applicants must have work experience and specific technical knowledge of welding techniques and materials technology for a minimum of:

  • 1 year for personnel with a degree in technical subjects (e.g., Engineering, Materials Science, Physics, etc.)
  • 3 years for personnel in possession of a diploma of secondary education in technical subjects
  • 6 years for personnel with less than high school diploma

For the admission to the other programs, applicants must have work experience and specific technical knowledge of welding techniques and materials technology for a minimum of 1 year.

For further information about the admission requirements for each program, please refer to the summary sheet of the course of interest available in the "Course catalogue" section.













Registration

For information such as, for example, registration procedures, admission requirements, please contact us at the following email address: info@internationalstudies.ltd.uk or skype: talk to us, even to know the schedule of classroom courses.

Depending on the course of study chosen, the candidate must submit in advance, together with the information request, the CV in order to verify if there are the requirements for registration.

Once this phase is complete, the program will be prepared, as well as the related cost and application form, which will then be transmitted to the candidate.

Distance training offers the opportunity to follow lessons easily from home with one’s own times and methods in addition to quality teaching services and support of a professor/tutor.
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