This Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course is endorsed by TQUK, an established Ofqual-regulatedAwarding Organisation which assures your qualification is professional and recognised. This course is also accredited by CPD and 5 CPD points available without any further studies.
If you are considering a career in welding, or wish to learn the skills of welding, then this Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course is ideal for you.
Welding jobs are in high demand now. Welding is a fascinating career, and some of the highest paid, thriving careers are found in welding across a variety of industries.
This Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course is designed to provide you with up-to-date information, in-depth knowledge and preparation materials needed to become a proficient welder. In this Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course, you will learn the essential skills of welding, including its fundamental principles and standard welding processes that are used in many industries.
You will discover 15 modules covering requisite knowledge of welding. Learn about different metals, welding methods, how to prepare steel for welding, how to work with stainless steel, aluminium and other metals. You will also explore the different types of welding through tutorials on MIG Welding, TIG Welding, and Arc Welding. This Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course also explains how to take proper hazard and safety precautions to avoid electric shock or exposure to gas, fire, fumes and explosions.
Highlights of the Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course:
- Gain a thorough understanding of welding and standard welding processes
- Learn more about the preparation and practice needed to become an expert welder.
- Get a quick overview of the strength and skills needed to manage welding equipment as well as the day-to-day job duties of a welder.
- Become familiar with different metals and learn how to fabricate and assemble metal structures and equipment.
- Learn how to repair and maintain metal equipment and structures of various sizes.
- Get acquainted with the use of welders, cutters, shapers and different measuring tools.
- Discover a detailed overview of using multiple welding machines, including well-defined tutorials on arc welding, TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding and MIG (metal inert gas) welding.
- Understand and successfully implement personal and company safety measures in the workplace.
Why Choose this Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) Course:
- This best ever Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course is suitable for anyone interested in working in this sector or who simply wants to learn more about the topic. If you’re an individual looking to excel within this field then Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) is for you.
- We’ve taken this comprehensive Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course and broken it down into several manageable modules which we believe will assist you to easily grasp each concept – from the fundamental to the most advanced aspects of the Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course. It really is a sure pathway to success.
- All our courses offer 12 months access and are designed to be studied at your own pace so you can take as much or as little time as you need to complete and gain the qualification.
- We pride ourselves on having friendly and experienced instructors who provide full weekday support and are ready to help with any of your queries. So, if you need help, just drop them an email and await a speedy response.
This Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) is designed with the following modules:
Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard)
Module 1: Introduction to Welding
- Why Welding Matters
- Fabricating metal products
- Repairing metal pieces or products
- History of Welding
Module 2: Getting Familiar with Metals
- Important properties for welding
- Electrical conductivity
- Stainless steel
Module 3: Exploring Welding Methods
- Stick Welding (Arc Welding)
- Mig Welding
- Tig Welding
- Other welding methods
- Oxyfuel/oxyacetylene welding
Module 4: Knowing the Welding Metals
- Steeling Yourself for Using Steel
- Low carbon or mild steel
- Medium carbon steel
- High carbon steel
- Getting a handle on forms of steel
- Flat steel
- Steel bars
- Rolled steel
- Hot rolled steel
- Cold rolled steel
- Knowing when steel is appropriate
Module 5: Preparing Steel for Welding
- Cleaning steel with mechanical methods
- Cleaning steel with an angle grinder
- clean steel with several different chemicals
Module 6: Working with Stainless Steel
- Understanding the differences between steel and stainless steel
- Deciding when to use stainless steel
- Looking at stainless steel welding methods
Module 7: Working with Aluminium and Other Metals
- Perusing the properties of aluminium
- Eyeing aluminium welding techniques
- Considering Other Metals
- Copper and copper-based alloys
- Nickel-based alloys
Module 8: MIG Welding Tutorial
- Installing the wire
- Torch Position and Laying Welds
- Setting wire feed speed
- Adjusting Power Settings
- MIG welding - the butt weld
Module 9: TIG Welding Tutorial
- TIG Welder Set Up
- TIG Calculator
- TIG Welding Techniques
- Outside Corner Weld
Module 10: Arc Welding Tutorial
- Starting the Arc
- Basic Techniques
- Rod Angle (lead angle)
- Maintaining Lead Angle and Arc Length
- Arc Welding Faults
- Arc Length Faults
- Travel Speed Faults
- Types of Arc Welder
- Welding Different Types of Steel
**Welding Hazards and Safety**
Module 11: Illness Caused by Welding Fume and Gases
- Occupational asthma
- Metal fume fever
- Irritation of throat and lungs
- Temporary reduced lung function
Module 12: Welding Fume - Reducing the Risk
- Minimise fume
- Can the manufacturing sequence or techniques be modified so there is less hot work?
- Can you use a welding technique that makes less fume?
- Manual arc welding processes
- Resistance welding
- Reduce the time the welder is forced to breathe the fume arising directly from the torch
- Necessity of extraction or RPE.
- Positioning a flexible extraction hood
- Fume control of automated welding and cutting machines
- Disposable versus non-disposable RPE?
Module 13: Hearing Loss and Vibration White Finger
- Typical exposure
- Control measures
- Case study
- Hearing protection
Module 14: Other Safety Issues
- Fire and explosion
- Fire and smoke
- Lack of Oxygen in Confined Spaces
- Electrical hazards
- Stray welding currents
- Practical steps to prevent slips and trips accidents
- Stop floors becoming contaminated
- Use the right cleaning methods
- Consider the flooring and work environment
- Get the right footwear
- What can employees do to prevent slips and trips?
Module 15: Protection during Welding
- Action before Considering PPE
- General Considerations in Selecting PPE
- Costs considerations
- Consultation with workers
- Special requirements
- Specific Considerations in Selecting PPE
- Hazards and risk assessment Face shields and helmets
- Considerations in choosing a face shield or welding shield
- Safety eyewear
- Filters for welding radiation
- Considerations in choosing a filter
- Ear protectors
- Considerations in choosing ear protectors
- Considerations in choosing respiratory protective equipment
- Hand protection
- Considerations in choosing gloves
- General protective clothing and shoes
- Considerations in choosing protective clothing and shoes
- Safety footwear
Module 16: Safety in Gas Welding
- Preventing fire from heat, sparks, molten metal or direct contact with flame
- Explosion when cutting up or repairing tanks, drums and tyres
- Backfires and flashbacks
- Fumes created during flame cutting
- Fire/burns from misuse of oxygen
- Contact burns
- Crushing or impact injury
- Preventing fire or explosion when storing and transporting cylinders
Method of Assessment
To assess your learning, you have to participate in an automated multiple choice question exam. You have to score at least 60% to pass the exam and to qualify for TQUK endorsed and CPD accredited certificates. After passing the exam, you will be able to apply for a certificate.
In addition, to enhance the depth of your knowledge regarding the course and further assess your learning, you are advised to complete the assignment questions provided at the end of the course, which you can complete anytime you wish. After submitting the assignment, our expert tutor will assess your assignment and will give you feedback on your performance.
CPD Certification from One Education
After successfully completing the MCQ assessment, you will qualify for the CPD Certificate from One Education, as proof of your continued professional development. Certification is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15.
Endorsed Certification from TQUK
Upon successful completion of the MCQ assessment, learners can order their TQUK Endorsed Certification by paying an accreditation fee of £35. International students will be required to pay an additional £10 postal charge.
Total Endorsed Certification Time
The demonstrated time is the estimated time that is expected to be taken by a learner to pursue all the learning outcomes of the course. The Total Qualification Time is comprised of the time a learner will take to cover all the course materials along with the quizzes and assignment completion.
Total Endorsed Certification time for this course is 125 hours.
Guided Learning Hours
The guided learning hours are made up of all real-time contact time and guidance of a learner by One Education. This is a self-paced online course. You will get 12 months access to our learning portal, so it can be studied in your own time at your own pace.
GLH for this Endorsed Certification is 18 hours.
Who is this course for?
Whether you’re an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and an accredited qualification attesting to your knowledge.
This Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) is compatible with all kinds of devices and the age requirement for this Welding Training Certificate – Level 2 (UK Standard) is 16. So, basically, everyone can take this course to acquire Welding skills that are necessary.
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