Public Program: Welding Technology


Magnetic Particle Testing-WLD1300

OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, attendees shall be able to:
Explain the basic principles of penetrant inspection
Carry out penetrant inspection using color contrast & fluorescent method
Write clear and concise inspection instructions & report
Meets syllabus requirements for Level 2-PCN

COURSE CONTENT
The following are some of the training contents with regards to Magnetic Particle Testing
Surface Preparation
Safety Aspects
Penetrant Systems
Physical Principles Of Penetrants
Principles Of Penetrant Testing
Penetrant Application Methods
Removal Of Excees Penetrant
Emulsifiers/Removers And Their Importance
Developers And Their Importance
Drying Methods
Inspection Techniques
Methods For Interpreting Of Indications
Methods For Recording Of Indications
Effect Of Contamination & Abuse
Penetrant Testing Equipment
Effluent Treatment
Control Checks
Use Of Test Pieces
Product Technology
Practical Penetrant Testing Of Various Specimen-Welds,Casting,Forged And Others
Tuition Ends With A Written & Practical Test

DURATION : 4 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm OR 6.00 PM – 10.00 PM
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Penetrant Testing Training And Certification-WLD1200

OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, attendees shall be able to:
Explain the principles of penetrant inspection
Carry out penetrant inspection using color contrast & fluorescentmethod
Write clear and concise inspection instructions & report
Meets syllabus requirements for Level 2-PCN

COURSE CONTENT
The following are some of the training contents with regards to Penetrant Testing:
Product Technology
Surface Preparation
Safety Aspects
Penetrant Systems
Physical Principles Of Penetrants
Principles Of Penetrant Testing
Penetrant Application Methods
Removal Of Excess Penetrant
Emulsifiers/Removers
Drying Methods
Developers And Their Importance
Inspection Techniques
Methods For Interpreting Of Indications
Methods For Recording Of Indications
Effect Of Contamination & Abuse
Penetrant Testing Equipment
Effluent Treatment
Control Checks
Use Of Test Pieces
Practical Penetrant Testing Of Various Specimen-Welds, Casting, Forged, And Others
Tuition Ends With A Written & Practical Test

DURATION : 4 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm OR 6.00 PM – 10.00 PM
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Painting Coating Inspector Training And Certification-WLD1100

OBJECTIVES
• Explain the principles of coating inspection
• Carry application method for coating
• Identify methods of coating inspection
• Carry out inspection methods according to specification requirements
• Meets syllabus requirements for Level 2-ICORR

COURSE CONTENT
• The following are some of the training contents with regards to Coating Inspection
• Theory On Corrosion
• Surface Preparation
• Paint Systems And Formulation
• Paint Manufacture, Curing And Drying
• Application Methods
• Paint Identification And Testing
• Inspection Methods
• Specification Requirements
• Health And Safety
• Working Practices
• Coating Types; Concrete Coating, Powder Coatings, Coal Tar Enamel And Polyethylene

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm OR 6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
VENUE : Johor Skills
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



API Inspector-WLD1000

OBJECTIVES
To recognize working professionals who are knowledgeable of industry inspection codes and are performing their jobs in accordance with those codes. Through our Witnessing Programs, API provides knowledgeable and experienced witnesses to observe critical material and equipment testing and verification

COURSE CONTENT
The following are some of the processes involved with regards to API Inspector to recognized standard.
Organization And Certification Requirements
Types And Definitions Of Maintenance Inspections
Types Process Corrosion And Deterioration
Modes Of Mechanical, Thermal And High Temperature Deteoration
Pressure Vessel Materials And Fabrication Problems
Welding On Pressure Vessels
Non-Destructive Testing (NDE) Methods
Corrosion And Minimum Thickness Evaluation
Estimated Remaining Life
Inspection Interval Determination And Issues Affecting Intervals
Inspecting Relief Devices
Repairs And Alteration To Pressure Vessels
Rerating Pressure Vessels
Pressure Testing After Repairs, Alteration And Rerating
Inspection Records And Reports
Maintenance Inspection Safety Practices

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm or 6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Radiographic Interpretation-WLD900

OBJECTIVES
At the of the course, attendees shall be able to:
Aware of radiographic safety
Understand radiographic image production
Understand radiographic techniques
State the causes of defects
Interpret radiographs
Recognize and differentiate between film faults & defect indications
Meet the syllabus for PCN examination requirements in radiographic interpretation

COURSE CONTENT
The following are some of the training contents with regards to Radiographic Interpretation:
Safety In Radiography
Principles Of Radiography
The Differences Between X-Ray And Gamma Equipment
Films And Film ProcessingRadiographic Techniques
Radiographic Density, Contrast And Definition
Radiographic Quality
Viewing Conditions
Identification Of Radiographs
Weld Defects And Their Causes
Spurious Indications
Standards Practices In Radiographic Interpretation
Acceptance Criteria
Practical In Interpretation Of Radiographs Of Various
Processes And Identifying Various Defects And Artefact
Report Writing

DURATION : 5 Days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm OR 6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Ultrasonic Testing-WLD800

OBJECTIVES
At the end of the course, attendees shall be able to:
Understand the ultrasonic testing techniques
Calibrate ultrasonic equipment
Measure thickness of materials
locate and evaluate lamination
Select the suitable probe types for related application
Report on the location and size of defects in component tested
Interpret the code requirements
Meets the syllabus requirements of Level 1 & 2-PCN

COURSE CONTENT
The following are some of the training contents with regards to Ultrasonic Testing
Principles Of Sound
Ultrasonic
Flaw Detector
Transducers
Materials And Their Effects On The Propagation Of Sound
Practical In Equipment Set Up
Usage Of Various Probes And Reference Blocks
Sensitivity Setting
Calibrations
Identifying Various Signals Of Defects And Spurious
Practical Exercises On Test Specimens Containing Simulated Flaws
Practical Exercises On Test Specimens Containing Actual Flaws
Practical Ultrasonic Testing Of Various Related Specimens
Codes And Specifications
Report Writing
Instruction Writing

DURATION : 10 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm OR 6.00 pm – 11.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Welding Inspector 3.1-WLD702

Objectives:-
1. Understand factor, which influence the quality of fusion welds in steel.
2. Recognize characteristics of commonly used welding processes in relation to quality control
3. Interpret drawing instruction and symbols to ensure that specifications are met.
4. Set up and report on inspection of welds, macro sections and other mechanical test.
5. Assess and report on welds to acceptable levels.
6. Confirm that incoming materials meet stipulated requirements and recognize the effects on weld quality of departure from specification.
7. Be in position to pass the PCN Welding Inspector 3.1 examination

Course content
• The duties and responsibilities of a welding inspector
• Fusion welding processes
• Typical weld defects
• Types of steel
• Carbon manganese
• Low alloy and stainless steels
• Hardening of steels
• Weldability
• Heat treatment
• Parent metals defects
• Visual inspection
• Testing parent metals and welds
• Destructive tests
• NDT techniques
• Welder and procedure approval
• Code and Standards
• Outline of safe working practices
• Practice in examination questions
• Continuous and end of assessment

Practical
1. Visual inspections on pipe based on API 1104 acceptance criteria.
2. Visual inspections on butt based on ISO 5817 acceptance criteria.
3. Macro inspection based on ISO 5817 acceptance criteria.

Who should attend
Inspection Engineers and supervisory staff, QA/QC Inspectors. The course is ideal for inspectors require preparation for PCN examination as Welding Inspector (3.1)

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Submerged Arc Welding-WLD601

OBJECTIVE
To provide knowledge on the basic principle of submerged Arc Welding process and setting up of equipments.
To understand the factors on the types of current and power source, the Fluxes applicable and the prime characteristic of power source and the welding polarities.
To develop skills on the technical-know-how of the operating system and the setting-up of the equipments while emphasising on the equipment safety.
To understand and rectify methods of inspection weld qualities made by this process.
Upon completion of the course the participants should be able to set-up and operates the machine soundly, according to the required parameters within the standard procedures. Also able to rectify the problems on the machine and weld qualities proper.

COURSE CONTENTS
Overview of SAW process
The power source
Polarities for submerged Arc Welding
The Equipments (safety and operations)
Auxiliary Devices for equipments
Preparation and the execution of the process
Current transfer and nozzle parameters
Overall application and limitations
Influence of the welding parameters
Welding faults and detects – causes and remedies
Quality Assurance and Control on Submerged Arc welding process

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 3 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Flux-Cored Arc Welding (Stainless Steel)-WLD502

OBJECTIVE
To understand basic operation of each component of the flux cored arc-welding system.
To understand safe practices directed specially toward working electricity, shielding gases and other hazards common to welding.
To familiarize various types of welds and weld joints.
To familiarize welding techniques and procedures for various metals.
Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead position with groove and fillet joints.

COURSE CONTENTS
Flux Cored Arc Welding Process
FCAW operation and safety
Equipment set up and control
Shielding gases and regulation equipment
Filler material
Weld joint and weld types
Welding procedures and techniques
Inspection, defects and corrective action
Welding stainless steel

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Flux-Cored Arc Welding (Carbon Steel)-WLD501

OBJECTIVE
To understand basic operation of each component of the flux cored arc-welding system.
To understand safe practices directed specially toward working electricity, shielding gases and other hazards common to welding.
To familiarize various types of welds and weld joints.
To familiarize welding techniques and procedures for various metals.
Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead position with groove and fillet joints.

COURSE CONTENTS
Flux Cored Arc Welding Process
FCAW operation and safety
Equipment set up and control
Shielding gases and regulation equipment
Filler material
Weld joint and weld types
Welding procedures and techniques
Inspection, defects and corrective action
Welding carbon steel

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Aluminium)-WLD403

OBJECTIVE
To provide knowledge theoretically and practically in Aluminum GTAW so that the participants can use GTAW process effectively and safely.
To produce high welding quality in GTAW according to the acceptance criteria, code and standard such as API, ASME or BS.

COURSE CONTENTS
Safety In Welding
Introduction To GTAW
Handling Of TIG Torch
Introduction To Aluminum
Procedure For Manual Welding Aluminum
Tungsten Electrode
Shielding Gases And Regulation Equipment
Power Source And Duty Cycle
Welding Defects
Welding Position And Basic Joints In Welding
PAC (Plasma Arc Cutting

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Stainless Steel)-WLD402

OBJECTIVE
To provide knowledge theoretically and practically in Stainless Steel GTAW so that the participants can use GTAW process effectively and safely.
To produce high welding quality in GTAW according to the acceptance criteria, code and standard such as API, ASME or BS.

COURSE CONTENTS
Safety in welding
Introduction to GTAW
Handling of TIG torch
Introduction to Stainless Steel
Procedure for Manual welding Stainless Steel
Tungsten Electrode
Shielding gases and regulation equipment
Power source and duty cycle
Welding defects
Welding position and basic joints in welding
Purging process
PAC (Plasma Arc Cutting)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Carbon Steel)-WLD401

OBJECTIVE
To provide knowledge theoretically and practically in Carbon Steel GTAW so that the participants can use GTAW process effectively and safely.
To produce high welding quality in GTAW according to the acceptance criteria, code and standard such as API, ASME or BS.

COURSE CONTENTS
Safety In Welding
Introduction To GTAW
Handling Of TIG Torch
Introduction To Carbon Steel
Procedure For Manual Welding Carbon Steel
Tungsten Electrode
Shielding Gases And Regulation Equipment
Power Source And Duty Cycle
Welding Defects
Welding Position And Basic Joints In Welding
Pac (Plasma Arc Cutting

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Gas Metal Arc Welding (Aluminium)-WLD303

OBJECTIVE
To understand the welding process such as process characteristic, equipment and process diagram, variables, material, consumables, typical defect, advantages and disadvantages and safety.
To understand the safety in welding
To familiarize with basic welding terms and to provide knowledge in welding defects and remedies.
Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead position with groove and fillet joints.

COURSE CONTENTS
GMAW process
GMAW process operation and safety
Equipment set up and control
Shielding gases and regulation equipment
Filler materials
Weld joints and welds types
Welding procedure and techniques
Welding aluminum
Inspection, defects, and corrective action

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 4 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Gas Metal Arc Welding (Stainless Steel)-WLD302

OBJECTIVE
To understand the welding process such as process characteristic, equipment and process diagram, variables, material, consumables, typical defect, advantages and disadvantages and safety.
To understand the safety in welding
To familiarize with basic welding terms and to provide knowledge in welding defects and remedies.
Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead position with groove and fillet joints.

COURSE CONTENTS
GMAW process
GMAW process operation and safety
Equipment set up and control
Shielding gases and regulation equipment
Filler materials
Weld joints and welds types
Welding procedure and techniques
Welding the Stainless Steels
Inspection, defects, and corrective action

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 4 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Gas Metal Arc Welding (Carbon Steel)-WLD301

OBJECTIVE
To understand the welding process such as process characteristic, equipment and process diagram, variables, material, consumables, typical defect, advantages and disadvantages and safety.
To understand the safety in welding
To familiarize with basic welding terms and to provide knowledge in welding defects and remedies.
Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead position with groove and fillet joints.

COURSE CONTENT
GMAW process
GMAW process operation and safety
Equipment set up and control
Shielding gases and regulation equipment
Filler materials
Weld joints and welds types
Welding procedure and techniques
Welding the carbon steels
Inspection, defects, and corrective action

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance engineers, Technical Executives, Production Engineers
Instructors from any Technical Institute
Welders and relevant Supervisors and Foreman

DURATION : 4 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Manual Metal Arc Welding Level III-WLD203

Objectives
1. To understand the welding metallurgy concept and residual stress and distortion.
2. To understand and to perform basic NDT and its applications.
3. To familiarize with welding symbol on drawing and basic uses on code and standard
4. To provide knowledge on Welding Procedure / Welder Approval.
5. Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in 6G positions.

Course Content
1. Welding metallurgy
2. Residual stress & distortion
3. Non Destructive Test
4. Welding Symbol on drawing
5. Code and Standard
6. Welding Procedure / Welder Approval

Practical
1. Groove – 6G

Who should attend
Instructor from any Technical Institute, Welders, Welding Supervisors, Foreman and for those who are interested to join.

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Manual Metal Arc Welding Level II-WLD202

Objectives
1. To understand on what types of mechanical testing, material inspection and mill certificates
2. To familiarize with consumables used in welding.
3. To provide knowledge on heat treatment, weldability and how to carry out visual inspection.
4. Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in horizontal, vertical and pipe fixed in 5G positions with groove and fillet joints.

Course contents
1. Mechanical Testing
2. Material Inspection
3. Welding Consumables
4. Heat treatment of steel
5. Weldability of steel
6. Visual inspection (plate)
Practical
1. T-Fillet 2F & 3F
2. Groove – 2G, 3G & 5G

Who should attend
• Instructor from any Technical Institute, Welders, Welding Supervisors, Foreman and for those who are interested to join.

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Manual Metal Arc Welding Level I-WLD201

Objectives
1. To understand the welding process such as process characteristic, equipment and process diagram, variables, material, consumables, typical defect, advantages and disadvantages and safety.
2. To understand the basic safety in welding and cutting process
3. To familiarize with basic welding terms and to provide knowledge in welding defects and remedies.
4. Upon completion of the course, the participants should be able to perform welding in flat and horizontal position with groove and fillet joints.

Course contents
1. Welding Safety
2. Terms and Definitions
3. Introduction to welding process
4. Manual Metal Arc welding Process
5. Welding Imperfection
6. Oxy Fuel Gas welding and cutting

Practical
1. T-Fillet 1F & 2F
2. Groove – 1G & 2G (Plate)

Who should attend
Instructor from any Technical Institute, Welders, Welding Supervisors, Foreman and for those who are interested to join.

DURATION : 5 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Welding Process Technology-PFT500

COURSE CONTENT
Safety Practices & Procedure
Drawing & Specifications
Manage Material & Consumables
Perform Thermal & Mechanical Cutting
Prepare Joints and material for Welding
Perform Welding Using SMAW Process
Quality Control & Inspection
Perform Pre heating Process
Welding Using GTAW Process

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors, Foremen in the related field
Teachers and instructors from technical institutes
Individual or welders seeking for upgrading skills on high-tech facilities/equipments

DURATION : 3 months
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm OR 6.00 PM – 10.00 PM
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration



Welding Technology-WLD100

COURSE CONTENT
Workshop and personal safety
Fundamentals of TIG and TIGFORCE welding procedures ( a new concept of TIG welding processes)
Application of GTAW on carbon steel, aluminium and stainless steel
Fundamentals of MIG, Flux cored arc welding
Application of MIG/FCAW using the three types of arc transfer
The spray arc, shot-circuiting and pulse arc
Advantages and disadvantages of the process
Gases and flow rate
Classification and selection of electrodes
Weld defects (control/preventive)
Weld preparation
Testing and inspection of weld (visual)
The low hydrogen electrode ( function and maintenance)
Metallurgy
Weld cracks (control/preventive)
Weld ability of metals and its alloy

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Maintenance Engineers, Technicians, Supervisors, Foremen in the related field
Teachers and instructors from technical institutes
Individual or welders seeking for upgrading skills on high-tech facilities/equipments

DURATION : 4 days
TIME : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
VENUE : JOHOR SKILLS
METHODOLOGY : Lecture, hands-on, open discussions, video presentation, practical demonstration

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