Introduction to Welding Engineering
Provides the welder, engineer, and inspector a practical understanding of welding technology
This Introduction to Welding Engineering training course provides the welder, engineer, and inspector a practical understanding of welding technology, with a goal of ensuring equipment reliability. The course introduces many of the common welding processes, discusses filler metal identification and selection, reviews key elements of welding procedures and qualifications, and provides guidance for field applied heat treatments. The course also reviews the criteria for deposition of successful weld overlays, discusses defects common to welding processes, and provides instruction on the use and interpretation of welding symbols. Information is provided on purging and shielding gasses along with an overview of temper bead welding and hot tapping applications. The focus of the course is welding technology, but it also includes practical information that comes from instructors who have worked for Owner-Users as well as in a consulting capacity.
Our training course materials are developed and instructed by subject matter experts – many of whom are principal contributors on the relevant API and ASME committees.
- You will develop a practical understanding of the common welding processes and the criteria for filler metal selection for similar and dissimilar materials
- You will gain an understanding of the application of heat treatments
- You will gain an understanding of the most common weld defects and how to identify them
- You will learn how to use ASME IX and understand the fundamentals of welding procedure review
Filler Metal Identification
Filler Metal Selection
- Similar Materials
- Dissimilar Materials
- Weld Overlay and Cladding
- Weld Defects
- Heat Treatment
- Welding Symbols
- Weldability Testing
- Temper Bead Welding Duplex Stainless Steels
Upon completion of the Introduction to Welding Engineering training course, students will have a basic understanding of the following:
- The most common welding processes and filler materials used in the fabrication of process plant equipment to ensure equipment reliability.
- The typical inspection methods used to identify common weld defects.
- The benefits of preheat, post-weld heat treatment, and temper bead welding.
- The importance and role of welding procedures and qualifications.
Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for welders, welding inspectors, and engineers and inspectors serving in a maintenance or reliability role. Project engineers involved with the purchase of fabricated equipment will also benefit.
What does my course registration fee cover?
Course registration fees include the following.
- Bound course notes containing all lectures and presentation handouts.
- Refreshments, morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack.
Course registration fees DO NOT include the following.
- Copies of API or ASME codes, standards, and recommended practices.
- To buy API Documents, contact IHS Global, Inc.
- Web: www.global.ihs.com
- Travel-related expenses including airfare, lodging, and car rental, if applicable.
Do attendees earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for participation in the course?
Yes. Students who successfully complete the training course will earn PDHs.
Do I need to bring the reference standards to the course?
No. Each student will receive a comprehensive set of course notes, and the instructors will have electronic versions of the standards available if needed.
Do I need a calculator for the example sessions?
Does E2G provide assistance with students requiring a U.S. Visa?
Yes. It is requested that attendees that require a U.S. Visa register for the course at least two months prior to the course. Upon confirmation of registration and course fee payment, E2G will provide the attendee with a Letter of Invitation for use in obtaining a U.S. Visa.
Does E2G have a cancellation policy regarding enrollment?
Yes. E2G reserves the right to cancel a course if minimum enrollment is not reached and to modify the agenda and/ or faculty when circumstances are beyond our control.
Does E2G have a policy with regard to refund of fees in the event of a cancellation of registration for students?
- Yes. The cancellation policy for refund of course registration fees is as follows.
- Up to 14 days prior to the course: 75% of registration fees are refunded.
- 13 to 6 days prior to the course: 50% of registration fees are refunded.
- Within 5 days prior to the course: 25% of registration