Welding for Engineers Short Course (NACC00085)
These non-accredited short courses have been specifically designed for applicants with an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Engineering background, who wish to gain practical welding skills.
This course covers the basics of how to set-up and will include tips and tricks of the weld. These courses are designed to give you the opportunity to participate in your chosen welding process. Applicants have the option to choose from one or more of MMAW (Electric Arc / Stick Welding), GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding) and GTAW (Tungsten Inert Gas).
The cost of each short course will be $260.00.
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Student Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations
Standard Course Structure
MMAW (Electric Arc / Stick Welding) NU0085A
Generally known as stick or arc welding. Arc welding is the most basic of all welding types, is easy to master in a home welding situation. Can be used for manufacturing, construction and repairs, very much well suited for heavy metal size 4 millimetres upwards.
GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding) NU0085B
More commonly called MIG welding this welding type is the most widely used and perhaps the most easily mastered type of welding for industry and home use. The GMAW process is suitable for fusing mild steel, stainless-steel as well as aluminium.
GTAW (Tungsten Inert Gas) NU0085C
TIG welding is comparable to oxy acetylene gas welding and needs a lot more expertise from the operator. Employed for carrying out high-quality work when a superior standard of finish is needed without making use of excessive clean up by sanding or grinding.
CQUniversity Gladstone City
This non-accredited short course is available at CQUniversity Gladstone City.
Duration and dates
2 classes for 2 hours each class.
Choose one or more of the following classes:
MMAW (Electric Arc / Stick Welding)
Tuesday, 18 April 2017 and Wednesday, 19 April 2017.
GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding)
Tuesday, 26 April 2017 and Wednesday, 27 April 2017.
GTAW (Tungsten Inert Gas)
Tuesday, 2 May 2017 and Wednesday, 3 May 2017.
All classes will be held from 6pm - 8 pm at Building C, Room 2.10 (outside the Metal Fabrication workshop).
Students will need to supply their own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for this short course. This includes wearing Cotton Drill Long Sleeved Clothing and Steel Capped Boots. Students must bring long welding gloves, TIG welding gloves, welding screens/masks and Clear Safety Glasses.
2018 Unit Availabilities
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