TRAINING COURSE - International welding specialist (course according to DVS-IIW-guideline 1170)

The employment of a welding supervisor with basic technical knowledge in the regulated areas, including steel construction (DIN EN 1090-1 to 3), rail vehicle construction (DIN EN 15085), pressure equipment (DGR 97/23/EG) and commercial piping construction (DVGW Rules) is a staffing requirement.

As a practice-oriented welding supervisor, the welding specialist is the responsible employee for the entirety of welding technology for numerous small and medium-sized companies. Welding specialists are important links in large companies between welding engineers and qualitative, safe and practical implementation.

Content

The course is modularly divided into four parts and four main areas. The course covers the general technical and professional fundamentals, a welding internship and the four main areas:

  • Welding processes and equipment
  • Materials and their behavior during welding
  • Construction and design
  • Production and application technology

The consideration of the different entrance requirements of the participants allows the attribution of existing qualifications and knowledge for a shortening of the training time.

PART 0 (56 HRS) - General technical basics

  • Skilled worker or journeyman with at least three years' experience in metalworking (minimum age 22 years)
  • E-learning possible
  • MIDTERM EXAM

PART 1 (35 HRS) - Expertise

  • Alternative entrance with vocational training with a degree in metalworking craftsmanship, industrial master, technician with a recognized degree or graduate engineer
  • E-learning possible
  • MIDTERM EXAM

PART 2 (60 HRS) - Practical basics

  • Alternative entrance as master with a valid certificate from a recognized master school, confirming that the content of Part 1 was taught in accordance with DVS Guideline 1170

PART 3 (147 HRS) - Main course

  • Alternative entrance as DVS welding master
  • FINAL EXAMS

Schedule

  • Part 0: November 4 to 9 2022
  • Part 1: November 25 to December 16 2022
  • Part 2: January 6 to 21 2023
  • Part 3: January 27 to April 7 2023

Course Times

Extra-occupational as a weekend course

  • Fridays 14:30 to 19:50 and
  • Saturdays 7:30 to 14:30

Prices

  • TEIL 0 – General technical basics

    • Lehrgangskosten: 720,- €
    • Prüfungskosten: 240,- €

    TEIL 1 – Expertise

    • Lehrgangskosten: 590,- €
    • Prüfungskosten: 240,- €

    TEIL 2 – Practical basics

    • Lehrgangskosten: 1.460,- €

    TEIL 3 – Main course

    • Lehrgangskosten: 2.125,- €
    • Prüfungskosten: 580,- €

    INSGESAMT

    • Teile 0 bis 3 (inkl. Prüfung): 5.955,- €
    • Teile 1 bis 3 (inkl. Prüfung): 4.995,- €

Course supervision, course counseling, registration

Andreas Lüderitz, B. Eng. SFI (IWE)
Tel: +49 3641 204-145
Fax: +49 3641 204-175
E-Mail: aluederitz@ifw-jena.de

Download seminar flyer (DE)

Termin:
04.11.2022
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