TIG Welding of Aluminium Course


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8th November 2016

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TIG Welding of Aluminium Course: download-pdf-d

This course delivers techniques that will enable trainees to be certified to BS 4872-2.

As understanding of aluminium has developed so too has the demand for it to be used in fabricated structures. Being able to produce quality welded aluminium, one of the more difficult skills required of a welder, is a skill increasingly in demand.

Course Content

Our five day course ensures trainees:

  • Can identify and safely assemble the component parts of a TIG welding machine and torch.
  • Can set up and select the correct consumables and polarity to perform a series of welded joints.
  • Understand the action of the AC arc.
  • Can utilise the functions of modern welding machines.
  • Can prepare aluminium for welding.
  • Are able to manage distortion of a welded joint.
  • Perform a series of welded joints; employing techniques relevant to food production environments.
  • Understand the age hardening effects of cold-working aluminium in excess.

Who is the Course for?

  • Experienced TIG and TAGS welders
  • Trainees who have completed the Beginners Welding (TAGS) Course
  • Sub-contract engineering companies

How To Apply

There are several ways that you can apply:

  1. Apply online.
  2. Call reception on 0115 986 6321 and to arrange an appointment with Karen Hodgson or Stuart Hackett to visit the training academy or arrange for a member of our team to visit you.

Canal Engineering Ltd

Our Training Academy is located on Lenton Lane at the HQ of Canal Engineering.

Canal Engineering is a busy fabrication and welding company with 100 employees on site. Trainees will benefit from seeing first-hand the activities involved in engineering operations as well as being required to conform to real safe working practises, production and quality management systems.

This is not a simulated training environment although trainees will normally be under close, expert supervision in the dedicated Engineering Training Academy.

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