Training Course Calendar
Please search the calendar below for the start dates of our training courses.
Please Note: Many of our training courses do not have an official start date and can be joined at any period throughout the week and year. For more information and a consultation, contact the Training Manager today.
- This course has passed.
8th November 2016
Poor welding techniques in food production environments can lead to more problems than just a weld that is not pleasing to the eye.
As food product passes along conveyors, into cookers and through pipeline systems, a poorly welded joint can attract and retain bacteria or reduce the efficiency and flow of pressurised systems: Consequently, it is very important that welding is to a high standard.
Our three 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 principle of gas backing/back purging.
- Prepare stainless steel for welding.
- Manage distortion of a welded joint.
- Perform a series of welded joints; employing techniques relevant to food production environments.
- Recognise the need to be aware of Permits to Work and Hot Work Hazard Awareness.
Who is the Course for?
- Staff involved in the maintenance of food production facilities.
- On-site contractors installing food production equipment.
- Sub-contract engineers supplying goods for installation in a food production environment.
- BS 4872-1 Welder Approval Testing
How To Apply
There are several ways that you can apply:
- Apply online.
- 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.
Call us Today
To discuss a training course, arrange a visit to the Academy and receive expert advice, please contact the CEATA Training Manager; you’ll be glad you did!Call: 0115 986 6321 or Email Us