10th+ 5 Jun, 2024


262 hours
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Course Overview

About the programme

MIG welding, which stands for Metal Inert Gas welding, is a popular and versatile welding process commonly used in various industries. A MIG welding course can benefit individuals looking to acquire or enhance their welding skills. 

 Programme Outcome

  1. Introduction to Welding: The course typically starts with an introduction to welding as a whole, covering the basic principles and safety considerations associated with welding processes.
  2. Overview of MIG Welding: Students will learn about the specific characteristics and advantages of MIG welding. This includes understanding the equipment involved, such as the welding machine, gas supply, and consumables like electrodes and filler wires.
  3. Safety Protocols: Safety is a paramount concern in welding. The course will cover safety procedures, including the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), proper ventilation, and safe work practices.
  4. Equipment Setup: Students will learn how to set up and operate MIG welding equipment. This involves understanding the different components of the welding machine, adjusting settings, and ensuring proper gas flow.
  5. Metal Preparation: Proper preparation of metals before welding is crucial for achieving strong and durable welds. Students will be taught about cleaning, bevelling, and other preparation techniques for various materials.
  6. Welding Techniques: The course will cover fundamental welding techniques, including joint types, positions, and the correct movement of the welding torch. Students will practise creating different types of welds on various materials.
  7. Troubleshooting and Problem-Solving: As welding can be complex, the course addresses common issues and challenges that welders encounter. This includes troubleshooting problems with the welding equipment, addressing weld defects, and ensuring quality welds.
  8. Quality Control and Inspection: Understanding how to inspect and assess the quality of welds is essential. The course may cover visual inspection, as well as the use of non-destructive testing methods to ensure weld integrity.
  9. Practical Hands-On Training: A significant portion of the course will involve hands-on practical training. Students will have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge gained in a controlled workshop environment under the guidance of experienced instructors.
  10. Certification: Some courses may offer a certification upon completion. This certification can be valuable for those seeking employment in welding-related fields, as it demonstrates a certain level of proficiency in MIG welding.

Overall, a MIG welding course aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to perform MIG welding safely and effectively. It provides a foundation for individuals pursuing careers in welding or those looking to enhance their existing skills for personal or professional development.

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Key Topics

  • Overview of welding processes
  • Historical background and evolution of welding techniques
  • Understanding safety procedures
  • Proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Types of welding machines and their components
  • Setting up and operating welding equipment
  • Overview of various welding processes, such as MIG, TIG, stick, and flux-cored welding
  • Advantages and limitations of each process
  • Basic principles of metallurgy
  • Understanding properties of common metals used in welding
  • Reading and interpreting welding symbols on blueprints
  • Understanding welding specifications
  • Different types of joints in welding
  • Techniques for preparing and cleaning metal surfaces
  • Practical skills in performing welding techniques
  • Developing proficiency in creating different types of welds
  • Managing heat input to prevent distortion
  • Techniques for controlling the welding bead
  • Visual inspection of welds
  • Identifying and addressing common welding defects
  • Welding in various positions, including flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead
  • Techniques for positional welding
  • Familiarity with industry-specific welding codes and standards
  • Adhering to quality assurance requirements
  • Basic mathematical calculations related to welding
  • Measurement and layout skills
  • Introduction to cutting methods such as oxy-fuel cutting and plasma cutting
  • Practical application of cutting techniques
  • Non-destructive testing methods (e.g. visual inspection, ultrasonic testing)
  • Welding procedure qualification and certification
  • Metal fabrication techniques
  • Application of welding skills in creating structures or products
  • Developing a professional work ethic
  • Understanding workplace expectations and ethics
  • Specialised topics based on the industry focus (e.g. construction, manufacturing, aerospace)

INR 69,000


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Rs. 69,000/-(incl.GST)

Skills Covered

  • Safety Practices
  • Welding Equipment Operation
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Material Preparation
  • Welding Techniques
  • Welding Positions
  • Heat Control
  • Quality Control
  • Metallurgy
  • Mathematics and Measurement
  • Problem-Solving
  • Welding Codes and Standards
  • Welding Documentation
  • Communication
  • Workplace Ethics
  • Fabrication Skills
  • Professionalism

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