The Welding Academy is fully approved by the TWI (The Welding Institute) to deliver coding qualifications. All tutors, examiners, and inspectors at The Welding Academy hold the relevant CSWIP qualifications, allowing us to conduct welder qualification testing at our sites.
Coded welder training is an individualised training programme built around each candidate. Following an initial assessment of each candidate, a programme of activity is planned to ensure you develop sufficiently to take the test.
The programmes and duration are designed to address your specific needs and can comprise any combination of welding processes (MMA, TIG, MIG/MAG, FCAW) and joint configurations, as required.
Tutored welding practice tailored to individual needs can include lap, fillet and butt welds in sheet, plate, sections and pipe for various thickness ranges in relevant welding positions. We will design a programme based on the required welding process, material, thickness, weld joint and welding positions.
Training for BS 4872, ASME IX or BS EN ISO 9606
We can help you ascertain which course would best suit your needs. We do this via a welding diagnostic test, prior to the programme commencing.
1-16 days, depending on individual needs.
- Welding specific Health & Safety
- Welding theory and principles
- Interpreting welding drawing symbols
- Identifying weld defects
- Set up of equipment and welding practice
- Weld types – flat straight welds, (left & right), fillets, butt welding and vertical welding
- BS 4872, ASME IX or BS EN ISO 9606 coding test
Candidates can achieve welding qualification BS 4872, ASME IX or BS EN ISO 9606)