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Is it for me?

The course is for you as a plant engineer, non-destructive testing engineer, materials and corrosion engineer, or plant inspector responsible for managing the integrity of ageing process equipment, pipelines, boilers and storage tanks.

What will I learn?

This course offers an introduction to weld repairs, differentiation in requirements between production and in-service-repairs, considerations for weld repair (including decision tree), qualification requirements, and industry best practices. You will also be taught about techniques for weld repair such as temper bead/controlled deposition repair, novel repair technologies such as taper stitch welding, repair methodologies for different types of failure mechanisms such as creep, SSCC, corrosion damage and clad repair.

What will I leave with?

At the end of the course, you will be able to:
  • Understand the considerations to be applied before carrying out weld repairs;
  • Prepare method statements and carry out qualifications;
  • Apply industry best practice for weld repair.

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What else should I know?

  • If booking on a course and examination package, candidates are required to submit a CV so that their eligibility to take the examination is assessed.
  • UK candidates - if you wish to take the examination, a fee of £170.00 + VAT in addition to the course fee shown above will be charged.


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