The National Welding Institute and AMI Tech Present:
Intro to TIG Welding
Our unique and comprehensive welding training program totals 60 hours of divided classroom instruction and hands on welding experience. Our goal is to introduce TIG welding to the novice, but employable person. This course will provide essential knowledge and the skills to prepare the trainee for gainful employment in industry.
This course includes industrial safety, machine set-up, maintenance and troubleshooting. Upon completion, each trainee will be able to perform basic blueprint reading and weldment module layout. Also, students will perform fillet and groove welds on a limited thickness range on mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum.
Courses are not set with standard days and times. Courses are designed and customized to encompass both trainee and employer needs. Evening and weekend timeslots are available for this program.
60-Hour TIG Program Objectives
- Industrial safety
- Welding terminology
- TIG welding machine parts identification
- Learn types of weld joints and welding symbols
- Base Metal preparation
- Grinder and hand tool safety
- Basic layout and blueprint reading
- Perform start and stop puddles without filler metal on mild steel
- Perform start and stop puddles with filler metal on mild steel
- Perform stringer beads with filler metal on mild steel
- Perform stringer beads on aluminum and stainless steel
- Perform fillet, groove and edge welds on mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum
- Exposure to inspection and testing with recognition of weld defects
- Perform weldment tests with provided blueprints
- Career readiness, job expectations and interviewing strategies