Professional Welding Training
Professional Welder training program starts with hands-on welding classes, and the majority of classroom experience is through interactive workshop courses. It’s an exciting training program that will prepare you to jump-start your welding career in just seven months. You’ll be trained on structural welding, flux core welding, pipe welding along with instruction focused on career and welding certification preparation.
Professional Welders work almost everywhere – automotive, aerospace & aviation industries bridges & bikes, shipyards, shops & skyscrapers – wherever metal needs adhering, a welder is needed. It’s a training program that teaches you skills that can be used worldwide, so almost anywhere you want to go, your welding training can take you there.
Welding Training features instruction and career options in:
- High Frequency TIG
- Structural Welding
- Pipe Welding
- Aircraft Welding
- Thin Alloy Welding
- Pipeline Welding
Tig & Arc
TIG Welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding or "Heli-Arc" Welding is a welding process that utilizes a non-consumable Tungsten electrode to create an electric arc. Although usually more difficult to master than MIG welding, TIG is capable of precise, high quality welds. A TIG system includes a constant current welding power source (AC output for aluminum and magnesium, DC outputfor most other metals), torch, shielding gas, gas regulator, and ground cable. Joining can occur by fusing two pieces of metal together, or by adding filler metal. Options include remote amperage controls to control heat while welding, and water recirculators to cool the welding torch.
Hear how it works:
The tungsten is sharpened and inserted into the torch. The tungsten is held a short distance from the work piece, and the arc established by activating the remote control (usually a footoperated pedal). The arc melts the metal, and the metal is joined either by fusing the two pieces of metal together or by adding filler metal. The shielding gas protects the molten weld from atmospheric contamination. Heat can be controlled while welding using the remote amperage control. Quality welds that are both strong and attractive require the operator to maintain a consistent tungsten to work distance, constant travel speed along the joint, appropriate heat, and the steady addition of filler metal. All of this requires coordination of eyes, both hands, and usually a foot.
Common uses of TIG Welding:
- Delicate, precise welding (mold & die repair)
- Welds that require x-ray quality
- Tube and pipe (roll cages, engine exhaust, heating and chemical)
- Aerospace, military, and medical products
This pipe fitter training program provides comprehensive pipe fitter, steamfitter, boilermaker, and plumber training that covers blueprint reading, mathematics, safety, piping codes/specifications, and plumbing related skills. You’ll learn how to work with various types of pipes, pipe systems installation, plumbing related fixtures and more. Upon graduation, you’ll be trained and equipped with practical hands-on
skills and techniques essential to start working in entry-level careers locally and nationally.
What is Pipe fitting?
Pipe fitting is the act of laying out, assembling and installing piping systems involved in the transfer of various fluids, solids and/or gases. Pipe fitters work on layout, assembly and installation of piping systems and related equipment by applying system knowledge and/or following blueprints.
So many different things move through pipes – water, gas, air, and oil – and people trained in pipe fitting are needed to keep those things moving swiftly and safely. The goal of the Pipe fitting training program at Q-A is to connect you to a versatile, sustainable career field.
Course Features and Career options include:
- Blueprint Reading
- Plumbing codes & Standards
- Pipe systems installation
- Plumbing fixtures
Grading Gas Cutting
Our Center is a training organization recognized by the Labor Department, which provides gas welding and flame cutting basic safety training to the relevant workers.
Gas welding and cutting are not particularly hazardous, as long as you pay attention to safety details. Hoses and regulators are designed to be used with specific gases, and manufacturers issue detailed recommendations on how to safely operate and maintain these products. Carefully following these recommendations will keep operators safe and efficiency high.
According to the Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Gas Welding and Flame Cutting) Regulation, all the workers of gas welding and flame cutting must have to hold a valid safety training certificate recognized by the Labor Department in order to ensure that the duty is followed by persons with enough safety knowledge.
A.C. & Fridge Technician, Washing Machine Repairing
Hands on experience in repairing and maintenance of A/C,Coolers ,Visi Coolers ,Deep freezers and refrigerators is the main highlight of this program .We conduct this training in a period of 2 month and train the candidate in such a way that he is able to repair the above mentioned products easily.Since this trade experiences a large crunch in manpower requirement this trade stands a chance to blossom in no time .With the rising demand of A/C in Icecream industry, pharmaceutical, industrial sector and various other field this trade is here to stay.
Who can do this course:
Beginners in technical field , ITI, industry employees and all interested in making a career in this field.
- Fundamental of refrigeration
- Vapour compression refrigeration
- types of refrigerant
- refrigerator faults & remedies
- types of airconditioner
- heat load calculation & A C faults & remedies etc are covered under this trade
1G Welding Certification Position
The 1G welding certification position is a plate in the flat position that is beveled. This position is the most basic and only covers the welder in that position. It’s the easiest test to pass and the least desired by employers.
3G Welding Certification Position
The 3G SMAW Welding Certification 3G welding certificationposition is a plate in the vertical position that is beveled. This position varies depending on the travel direction. The vertical welding certification can be taken traveling vertical up. Meaning you start on the bottom of the plate welding upward to the top. Sometimes welding vertical down meaning welding from the top down. The 3G test position covers the 1G, 2G, and 3G positions. Typically this test is done in the vertical up progress.
2G Welding Certification Position
The 2G welding certification position is a plate in the horizontal position that is beveled. This position is a little harder than the 1G test but by passing it you do not need to take the 1G test. This one test covers the 1G and 2G positions.
4G Welding Certification Position
The 4G SMAW Welding Certification 4G welding certificationposition is a plate in the overhead position that is beveled. This position is considered the hardest for welding plate but in reality it’s not much harder then welding flat. The 4G welding test covers the 1G, 2G, and 4G positions, but does not cover the 3G position.