By: Buffalo Manufacturing Works Team | January 18th, 2019

EWI has announced new dates for its comprehensive Fundamentals of Welding Engineering course. Classes will be held at EWI headquarters in Columbus, Ohio.

Taught by EWI engineers, Fundamentals of Welding Engineering provides engineers and technicians with a broad introduction welding technology, techniques, and related topics. The five-day course is organized into modules covering welding processes, welding metallurgy and weldability, welding design and testing (including mechanical testing and NDT), and qualifications and procedure review. Students will leave with a solid understanding of welding variables and their effect of weld quality as well as a deep appreciation for welder skills. Students can earn 40 CPD credits for the course.

“Our welding fundamentals class is designed for experienced industry professionals, such as metallurgical, industrial, electrical, and mechanical engineers, who are looking for a deeper understanding of welding for their manufacturing operations,” stated EWI Principal Engineer and course instructor Randy Dull. “One particularly beneficial course component is our step-by-step walk-through the process of qualifying a welding procedure to meet the requirements of both ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code Section IX and AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code — Steel. We help to make this qualification process, which can be intimidating and cumbersome, more manageable for our students.”

Class size is limited to ensure that all attendees have the opportunity to interact directly with instructors. If you wish to attend one of the upcoming sessions but are unable to, the popular course will be offered again in both late Summer and Fall 2019.

To register or get more information, please see our Training & Classes schedule. If you have questions about these or other EWI courses, contact [email protected].

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