Welding - Gas Shielded Welding - MIG & TIG - Intermediate & Advanced

TU Dublin - City Campus

 

Course Name Welding - Gas Shielded Welding - MIG & TIG - Intermediate & Advanced
Course Provider TU Dublin - City Campus
Alternative Provider(s) TU Dublin - Technological University Dublin
Course Code DT040
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time, Evening
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Programme Start Date:
Contact the School,
Ms Maeve Coyne
E: maeve.coyne@dit.ie,
T: 01 402 3626
Application Date Application Closing Date:
Contact the School,
Ms Maeve Coyne
E: maeve.coyne@dit.ie,
T: 01 402 3626

Paper Application Only.

Post Application Form To:
Department of Metal Fabrication & Welding,
DIT Linenhall,
Yarnhall Street,
Dublin 1.

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Duration 60 hours

Timetable Details: Monday and Tuesday Evenings 6pm to 9pm (2 nights per week for 10 weeks)
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Entry Requirements Completion of DT039 or a proven high standard of welding experience and capability in MIG or TIG. Applicants who have completed trade examinations in Metal Fabrication, Sheet Metalwork or Welding will also qualify. Allied trades may also qualify.
Comment Qualification Awarded: EN287/ASMEIX Coded Welder Certificate
Course Content Description
To enable students to achieve EN287 or ASME IX standard on gas shielded welding using the MIG and TIG processes.

Learning Outcome
Students will be able to carry our advanced welding processes on aluminium, low carbon steel and stainless steel, flat plate and thin sheet and O40mm stainless steel tube only.
Subjects Taught Introduction, safety with regard to dress/behaviour in the workshop and on site, welding joints and positions, welding terminology, welding equipment and accessories, practical welding of the standard joints on low carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminium using MIG and TIG processes. Visual and destructive testing relevant to the standards required.
Assessment Method EN287 / ASME IX Coded Welder Certificate conducted and supervised by an external awarding body on the last night of the programme.
Careers or Further Progression Career Opportunities
Welding career in light fabrication, or sheet metal and allied industries. Successful completion of EN287/ASMEIX Coded Welder Certificate enables the certificate holder to work unsupervised on site.

Progression
Depending on certification achieved participants may wish to complete a more advanced test level on the same programme using a different process or test position.
Further Enquiries T: (01) 402 3626
E: william.bergin@dit.ie (Head of Manufacturing Technology)

E: maeve.coyne@dit.ie
T: 01 402 3626
Location TU Dublin DIT Linenhall
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