Are you a qualified welder?  Then this welding course could be for you. 

By studying this welding course you will be able to transition from a range of working backgrounds into ARC welding and then upskill to meet the requirements of the international standard: ISO 9606.

Those intended to benefit most from this course include:

  • organisations undertaking work through major projects
  • young people looking to enter the construction industry
  • retrenched workers looking to re-skill in a different industry
  • individuals looking to upskill as part of a change of career


National Code 22462VIC
Study Areas Engineering
Study Level Short Course

To be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the Course in Fusion Welding to ISO 9606 for Experienced Welders, participants must successfully complete three (3) units of competency consisting of the following:

  • 1 core unit plus
  • 2 elective units

Core:

  • VU22301 Interpret and apply ISO 9606 for fusion welding processes

Electives

  • VU22302 Use augmented reality (AR) welding technology to practice fusion welding processes to ISO 9606
  • VU22303 Perform fusion welding procedures to meet the requirements of ISO 9606-1 (Steels – carbon steels)
  • VU22304 Perform fusion welding procedures to meet the requirements of ISO 9606-1 (Steels – stainless steel)
  • VU22305 Perform fusion welding procedures to meet the requirements of ISO 9606-2 (Aluminium/aluminium alloys)
  • VU22306 Perform fusion welding procedures to meet the requirements of ISO 9606-3, 4 or 5 (Exotic metals)

Participants who do not complete the full Course in requirements will be awarded a Statement of Attainment listing the unit/s successfully attained.

Experienced welder:

To enter this course as an experienced welder the applicant is required to have evidence of:

  • Certificate III level welding qualification (such as MEM30305 Certificate III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade)

or

  • minimum of 3 years fusion welding experience.

You will need to bring the following Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to class:

  • gloves
  • safety glasses
  • welding helmet
  • long sleeve trousers and shirts
  • steel cap boots

Knowledge outcomes:

  • safety precautions:
  • safe workshop practices
  • control of welding fumes and gases
  • personal protection equipment (PPE)
  • fire hazards
  • electrical safety
  • welding equipment
  • welding processes
  • ISO 9606 Parts 1-5
  • welding procedure specifications f(WPS) for fusion welding
  • non-compliance and remedial action
  • macrographic examination of welds
  • mechanical testing
  • visual inspection

Skill outcomes:

  • applying WHS/OHS requirements
  • carrying out fusion welding procedures (WPS) to meet the requirements of ISO 9606 Part 1(Steels - carbon steels)
  • undertaking inspection, testing and if necessary remedial action to ensure welds meet the requirements of ISO 9606 Part 1
Last updated: December 18, 2018 03:33pm