Diploma - Materials and Their Behaviour (Advanced)
Course Details:
Certification/Awarding bodies: IIW/EWF
Starting: 20 May 2019
Ending: 24 May 2019
Location: United Kingdom
Venue: Cambridge
Pricing:
Course only:
£ 1,549.00 + VAT

Suitable for:

This course is suitable if you are a welding co-ordinator (ISO 14731) or other specialist interested in welding metallurgy.


Course Content:

Three levels available provide personnel with the knowledge to join a range of materials and methods of avoiding problems. Modules include materials science, technology and an understanding of the characteristics and weldability of different materials, ranging from steels to non-ferrous materials. Also, cracking phenomena are presented together with methods to avoid them.


Certification/Awarding Body:


Course Objectives:

By the end of the course you should be able to:

  • Understand features, benefits and application of various welding and joining methods
  • Understand behaviour of materials and their response to welding and joining methods
  • Appreciate design requirements and their implications and understand why products fail and how it may be avoided
  • Understand quality assurance/quality control requirement in fabrication
  • Gain the breath of knowledge required to succeed in the appropriate EWF/IIW examinations

Additional Information:

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

As there are various routes for obtaining the qualifications of Welding Specialist, Welding Technologist or Welding Engineer, your first step is to forward a C.V. for assessment.