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G.T.A.W. (Tig) Advanced Stainless & Aluminum Alloys

Course Objective:

This program is designed to introduce and upgrade skilled trades persons, technicians, supervisors, production personnel and others in the industry, to the proper techniques and theory based knowledge using the G.T.A.W. (Tig) welding process on Aluminum and Stainless. At the conclusion of this course trainees will demonstrate new and or improved skills using the G.T.A.W. (Tig) process in various positions on Aluminum and or Stainless.

Trainees will learn to operate Oxy-Fuel and or Plasma cutting equipment in a safe and efficient manner on various alloys.

Course Content:

  • Health and Safety for arc welding & cutting.
  • Proper Operating Procedures for Oxy-Fuel, Plasma, and or Carbon Arc Gouging and cutting equipment.
  • GTAW (TIG) Theory Fundamentals on Aluminum and Stainless
  • Welding Machine Fundamentals
  • Shielding Gases (Purging)
  • Filler Wire/Electrode Selection
  • Material Perparation
  • Weld Faults (Causes and Cures)
  • GTAW (TIG) Welding Techniques on Aluminum and or Stainless

Evaluation Methods:

A theory and practical welding test is given, in which 70% is required to pass. Weldtech certificate awarded to successful trainees.

Course Duration:

Five days (8:00 AM – 3:30 PM) 37.5hrs.

This program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

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Testimonials

I learned about Weltech during a trades career fair and did some research into the welding profession in the Spring of 2013. Weltech offered a comprehensive 7 week course with a strong focus on the major welding techniques, personal instruction, small class sizes, and hands on training.

I just finished the Combination Welding Program in Weldtech Training which lasted 7 weeks. The program contained : GMAW , SMAW, GTAW, and blueprint reading.

I went to Weldtech to take the welder combo course with FluxCore added on to do some upgrading and recertify. Previously, in 1998, I went to a different school and wasted 6 months and a small fortune. At my previous school, all I learned was how to pass a T.S.S.A. welding test.

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Registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act,
2005