Ideal for the auto enthusiast and home handyman wanting to do fine detailed work, this course will teach you how to use MIG (Gas Metal Arc) and TIG (Gas Tungsten Arc) processes for your home welding projects.
On successful completion of this course of both theory & practical you should be able to:
1. Select the appropriate consumables for welding common low carbon steels (mild steels) & other ferrous materials
2. Perform TIG Welding in the flat position in a safe manner on low carbon steel (mild steel) plate & section
3. Carry out welding techniques on repairs - preparation and welding a variety of positions and environments.
|Price||$495.00 (GST included)|
|Start date||Monday, 16 October 2017|
|Finish date||Monday, 06 November 2017|
|Sessions||4 sessions of 4 hours|
|Time||5.30pm - 9.30pm|
|Status||Module is full.|
This information is to inform you of the personal protective equipment that you will be required to supply on your first class for any welding program that you have selected to enrol in.
This equipment needs to be in A1 working order due to WHS requirements:
* Welding Helmet preferably auto darkening 9-13 shade, if you choose a flip front it is suggested that you purchase a No 10 shade lens as well. If you buy a solar auto darkening welding helmet you need to activate the solar cells before you bring the helmet to class. To do this simply expose the helmet to direct sunlight for about an hour.
* Welding gauntlets - Gloves, if you are TIG welding there are pig skin type gloves which are much easier to wear when TIG welding
* Clear safety glasses (AS rated)
* A pair of MIG or combination pliers
* Hearing protection for when you are grinding
* Overalls or cotton drill type clothing must be long sleeve and long pants, NO POLYESTER CLOTHING ALLOWED AS THIS MATERIAL IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE
* Leather type shoes - work boots, but no runners
* Any student that has incorrect personal protective equipment will not be able to participate in any practical classes. This is to protect both you and our teachers from any injuries
This equipment can be purchased as a pack in a carry bag from SEARS Work Wear 60 Barrier Street Fyshwick ph:62804111
Tea and coffee are available on site but please bring a snack with you. A fridge and microwave are generally available to store and heat up food.
"I went from no knowledge to enough knowledge to purchase a machine, and further my skills" Ian
"Good access to high quality machinery." Wayne
"For someone that never did welding before it was perfect" Trent
"Gave very good hands-on practice. Helped me to decide on the purchase of own equipment." Rob
"A good introduction to the basics." Damien
Address: 81 Mildura Street, Fyshwick