Welding

Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Centre recognises that Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development of any country. They have become even more important given the increasing pace of globalisation and technological advancement that is taking place in the world. Countries with higher and better levels of skills adjust more effectively to the challenges and opportunities of globalisation. PITAC provides short term intensive training courses in a number of different fields and disciplines, these are designed such that the supply-side responses are perpetually in sync with the demand side impulses both from domestic engineering environments as well as international markets.Thus our courses are relevant and in tune with the demands of the marketplace and our approach is one of practical’s, on the job training and usage of the latest machinery and software. Our AutoCAD courses are some of the most popular in Lahore today and regularly oversubscribed. For further information contact training@pitac.gov.pk , or call 042-99230701.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                         Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Basic Welding:

Various welding processes, welding equipment, safety precautions soldering & brazing, selection of current & electrodes for welding and gas cutting.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                         Morning & Evening

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Introduction of TIG Welding:

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

  • To explain the principles of TIG welding
  • To identify the components to commence TIG welding
  • To identify and explain the controls for the TIG process
  • To identify the key features and benefits of the TIG process
  • To give guidance on the selection of appropriate equipment for TIG welding applications

When the module is complete the trainee should understand the following:

  • The meaning of the TIG abbreviation and terminology

The key features, benefits and applications of modes of welding

  • The equipment required for common applications
  • Method of control of parameters
  • Common process problems, identification and rectification
  • Process relationship with other processes
  • The selection of appropriate equipment

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Duration                      4 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                         Morning & Evening

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Introduction of MIG Welding:

This is a course designed to train the student in the basic principles of MIG welding. Students will operate AC-DC transformer type welding machines. Studies will include heat ranges, polarities, and the use of wire electrodes and shielding gases. Welding will be performed on mild steel in flat, horizontal, and vertical positions. Safety will be emphasized throughout the course in the use of tool and equipment. Safety glasses are required.

  • Principles of MIG welding
  • The AC-DC transformer welding machine
  • Heat ranges and polarity needed for welding various metals
  • Types and size of welding wire used for each material welded
  • Welding positions; overhead, horizontal, vertical
  • Shop safety

Through classroom lecture and hands on lab work, the student will learn the safe and practical applications of MIG welding. Training sessions are held in a technical skills welding lab/classroom. Lab is equipped with necessary supplies and tools to teach this course and allow students to principles of MIG welding

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Duration                      2 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                         Morning & Evening

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Introduction of NDT Level-1:

Understanding the basic principles of various NDT methods, fundamentals, discontinuities in different product forms, importance of NDT, applications, limitations of NDT methods and techniques and codes, standards and specifications related to non-destructive testing technology. Briefing NDT certification programs, levels, responsibilities of Level 1, 2 & 3.

NDT Course outline

  • NDT General Knowledge
  • Manufacturing processes

Types Discontinuities associated with manufacturing processes

  • Basics of Visual Testing – Principles, Techniques, Applications, Limitations, Codes, standards and Specifications related to Visual Testing
  • Basics of Liquid Penetrant Testing:Principles, Techniques,Applications,Limitations, Codes, standards and Specifications related to Liquid Penetrant testing
  • Basics of Magnetic Particle Testing:Principles,Techniques,Applications,Limitations, Codes, standards and Specifications related to Magnetic Particle testing
  • Basics of Ultrasonic Testing:Principles, Techniques,Applications,Limitations,Codes, standards and Specifications related to Ultrasonic Testing
  • Basics of Radiographic Testing:Principles,Techniques,Applications,Limitations,Codes, standards and Specifications related to Radiography

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Duration                      2 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                         Morning & Evening

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Introduction of NDT level-2:

Understanding the basic principles of various NDT methods, fundamentals, discontinuities in different product forms, importance of NDT, applications, limitations of NDT methods and techniques and codes, standards and specifications related to non-destructive testing technology. Briefing NDT certification programs, levels, responsibilities of Level 1, 2 & 3.

NDT Course outline

  • NDT General Knowledge
  • Manufacturing processes

Types Discontinuities associated with manufacturing processes

  • Basics of Visual Testing – Principles, Techniques, Applications, Limitations, Codes, standards and Specifications related to Visual Testing
  • Basics of Liquid Penetrant Testing:Principles, Techniques,Applications,Limitations, Codes, standards and Specifications related to Liquid Penetrant testing
  • Basics of Magnetic Particle Testing:Principles,Techniques,Applications,Limitations, Codes, standards and Specifications related to Magnetic Particle testing
  • Basics of Ultrasonic Testing:Principles, Techniques,Applications,Limitations,Codes, standards and Specifications related to Ultrasonic Testing
  • Basics of Radiographic Testing:Principles,Techniques,Applications,Limitations,Codes, standards and Specifications related to Radiography

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Duration                      4 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                         Morning & Evening

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Learning Objectives:
Introduction of Basic Welding:

In Pakistan industrial Technical Assistance Center, the advanced 6G multi welding course is being held successfully. The Trainees/Students are upgrading their skill in 6G Multi Welding as well as proving skills in fabrication techniques through on job training.

  •   Welding preparations and procedures under ASME section IX
  •   Welding positions for plate and pipe welding.
  •   Welding consumables (types & Nomenclature).
  •   Effect of welding current/Voltage/Arc Length and speed on quality of weld.
  •   Weld defects identification.
  •   Repair welding/ Welding of Cast Iron
  •   W.P.S (Welding Procedure Specification of the ASME section IX). Application (On Job)
  •   5 essential points for welding (welding speed, Arc length, welding current, Dia of Electrode etc)
  •   P.Q.R. Application (On Job)
  •   Quality checks for welder.
  •   Weld joint testing & Inspection by NDT, DT, DPT.
  •   Visual Inspection of weld profile acceptance criteria.
  •   Use of Weld gauges (Cam Type & Hi-Lo) for Dimensional Inspection
  •   Welder qualification test (theory + practical+ Viva).
  •   Examination, Test, Evaluation