S.M.A.W. (Stick) Level 2

S.M.A.W. (Stick) Level 2 Program

Course Objective:

This program is designed for skilled trades persons, technicians, apprentices and others in the industry who have completed Level 1 or have on the job welding experience or previous welding tickets. This course will teach trainees the proper techniques and theory based knowledge using the S.M.A.W. ( Stick ) process. At the conclusion of this course trainees will demonstrate new and or improved skills using the S.M.A.W. (Stick) process in all positions and prepare them for certification. Trainees will learn Oxy-Fuel and or Plasma cutting mild steel in a safe and efficient manner.

Course Content:

  • Health and Safety for arc welding & cutting.
  • Proper Operating Procedures for Oxy-Fuel, Plasma, and or Carbon Arc Gouging and cutting equipment.
  • Review of SMAW (Stick) Theory Fundamentals
  • Welding Machine Fundamentals
  • Electrode Selection
  • Weld Faults (Causes and Cures)
  • SMAW (Stick) Welding Techniques for All Position Welding.

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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