Introduction to Manual Metal ARC Welding

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  • Course
  • Beginner
  • Portsmouth
  • Duration:
    5 Days
Description

Participants will learn how to weld in the flat position to a good standard, the right style of welding for the various types of joint, how to identify and correct faults. You will learn how to set up and dismantle welding equipment safely and how to ensure colleagues are doing the same. You will also be walked through the signs, symbols and icons that form a part of the welding.
Suitable for: If you would like to gain a basic knowledge of welding, this is a very good introductory course that will cover all the principles and ground-level skills you need to know.

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Portsmouth
5a Arundel Street, PO1 1NB, Hampshire, England
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Course programme

Introduction to Manual Metal ARC Welding

Your five-day introduction to ARC welding

Is it right for me?

If you would like to gain a basic knowledge of welding, this is a very good
introductory course that will cover all the principles and ground-level skills you need to know.

What is it about?

The course focuses on giving you a practical understanding of basic Manual Metal ARC (MNA) welding skills and will enable you to understand how welding works, basic safety measures and the benefits and drawbacks of using different types of equipment and different welding styles on tasks.

What will I learn?

Participants will learn how to weld in the flat position to a good standard, the right style of welding for the various types of joint, how to identify and correct faults. You will learn how to set up and dismantle welding equipment safely and how to ensure colleagues are doing the same. You will also be walked through the signs, symbols and icons that form a part of the welding language!

What will it cover?

Correct safety procedures - electrical and personal safety
Type of current used: AC/DC
Recognise type of joints
Correct set-up and tacking procedures
Types of electrodes
Correct setting of machine
Correct use of electrodes
Correct use of electrode angle
Fillet and lap joints in the flat position
Rectification of faults
Single run technique

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