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MIG/MAG Welding Course


Course Content

The MIG welding training includes both theory and practical sessions for the trainee.

Objectives

  • To explain the principles of the Metal Inert Gas welding process
  • To identify the components to commence welding
  • To identify and explain the controls for the MIG/MAG process
  • To identify the key features and benefits of the MIG/MAG process
  • To give guidance on the selection of appropriate equipment for MIG/MAG applications
Key Learning Points
When the module is complete the trainee should understand the following:
  • The meaning of MIG/MAG abbreviations and terminology
  • The different types of metal transfer - Dip, Spray, Globular and Pulse modes of transfer
  • The equipment required for common applications
  • Method of control of parameters i.e. , the effect of voltage control, wire speed, inductance etc
  • Common process problems, identification and rectification
  • Process relationship with other processes
  • The selection of appropriate equipment and consumables
    
       

  
Certification
Trainees will receive a WWA Certificate of Attendance. This training programme is quality assured and certified by our awarding bodies.
An EAL Certificate of Verified Achievement is also available at an additional cost to the trainee. (Subject to attainment)
                                          

MIG/MAG Training Module
Trainees will receive a  'full colour 68-page Mig Training Module' to take home for future reference.


Please Note: The module can only be acquired by completing the course and is not available to purchase.
 
Course Duration
MIG/MAG Beginner/Refresher: 1-2 Days
MIG/MAG Upskilling: 3-4 Days
Price and Availability
Please contact us for a quotation and future course dates.

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