MMA Welding

Introduction

Shielded metal arc welding, also known as manual metal arc welding, or informally as stick welding, is a manual arc welding process that uses a consumable electrode covered with a flux to lay the weld.

Benefits to the Individual

  • Safety in the workplace training
  • Know-how according to EU Standards
  • EN ISO 9606-1 Certificate
  • Job-related knowledge
    • Types of electrodes
    • Types of materials and their weldability
    • Types of arc welding machines
    • Configuration of welding machines
    • Reading of Welding Procedure Specifications
    • ISO 9606-1 Standard etc.

Best for

  • People with little to no experience with welding (3-4 Weeks Training)
  • Experienced Welders that want to document their knowledge through a internationally recognized certificate. (1 Week Training)
  • Experienced Welders that work or want to work to international companies in Albania or abroad. (1 Week Training)

MIG Welding

Introduction

Is a welding process in which an electric arc forms between a consumable wire electrode and the workpiece metal, which heats the workpiece metal, causing them to melt and join. The used shielding gas, is an inert gas (Argon or Helium)

Benefits to the Individual

  • Safety in the workplace training
  • Know-how according to EU Standards
  • EN ISO 9606-1 Certificate
  • Job-related knowledge
    • Types of welding wire electrodes
    • Types of gases and safety requirements
    • Types of materials and their weldability
    • Types of GMAW welding machines
    • Configuration of welding machines
    • Reading of Welding Procedure Specifications
    • ISO 9606-1 Standard etc.

 

Best for

  • People with little to no experience with welding (3-4 Weeks Training)
  • Experienced Welders that want to document their knowledge through a internationally recognized certificate. (1 Week Training)
  • Experienced Welders that work or want to work to international companies in Albania or abroad. (1 Week Training)

MAG Welding

Introduction

Is a welding process in which an electric arc forms between a consumable wire electrode and the workpiece metal, which heats the workpiece metal, causing them to melt and join. The used shielding gas, is an active gas, usually a mixture of CO2 and Argon

 

Benefits to the Individual

  • Safety in the workplace training
  • Know-how according to EU Standards
  • EN ISO 9606-1 Certificate
  • Job-related knowledge
    • Types of welding wire electrodes
    • Types of gases and safety requirements
    • Types of materials and their weldability
    • Types of GMAW welding machines
    • Configuration of welding machines
    • Reading of Welding Procedure Specifications
    • ISO 9606-1 Standard etc.

 

Best for

  • People with little to no experience with welding (3-4 Weeks Training)
  • Experienced Welders that want to document their knowledge through a internationally recognized certificate. (1 Week Training)
  • Experienced Welders that work or want to work to international companies in Albania or abroad. (1 Week Training)

TIG Welding

Introduction

Gas tungsten arc welding, also known as tungsten inert gas welding, is an arc welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld.

Benefits to the Individual

  • Safety in the workplace training
  • Know-how according to EU Standards
  • EN ISO 9606-1 Certificate
  • Job-related knowledge
    • TIG welding electrodes
    • Types of gases and safety requirements
    • Types of materials and their weldability
    • Types of TIG welding machines
    • Configuration of welding machines
    • Reading of Welding Procedure Specifications
    • ISO 9606-1 Standard etc.

 

Best for

  • People with little to no experience with welding (3-4 Weeks Training)
  • Experienced Welders that want to document their knowledge through a internationally recognized certificate. (1 Week Training)
  • Experienced Welders that work or want to work to international companies in Albania or abroad. (1 Week Training)

Oxy-fuel welding

Introduction

Oxy-fuel welding (commonly called oxyacetylene welding, oxy welding, or gas welding and oxy-fuel cutting are processes that use fuel gases and oxygen to weld and cut metals, respectively.

Benefits to the Individual

  • Safety in the workplace training
  • Know-how according to EU Standards
  • EN ISO 9606-1 Certificate
  • Job-related knowledge
    • Types of gases and safety requirements
    • Work with oxygen
    • Fuel gases (acetylene)
    • Types of materials and their weldability
    • Types of welding machines and torches
    • Configuration of welding machines
    • Reading of Welding Procedure Specifications
    • ISO 9606-1 Standard etc.

Best for

  • People with little to no experience with welding (3-4 Weeks Training)
  • Experienced Welders that want to document their knowledge through a internationally recognized certificate. (1 Week Training)
  • Experienced Welders that work or want to work to international companies in Albania or abroad. (1 Week Training)