Drawing Interpretation, Joint Design, Metal Preparation and Symbols for Welding

This course provides an overview of engineering drawing and reading blueprint. You will develop an understanding of the basic joints and weld types used for welded connections, become familiar with welding terminology, cutting and preparation of joints, as well as with the various methods used by fabricators and manufacturers. It is designed to teach the basic language of welding symbols used at all levels within a fabricating environment. You will be able to create and interpret welding symbols for fillet welds, groove welds, plug and slot welds, as well as spot welds.

Pre-Requisites:
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Upon successful completion of the course the participant will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

This course will be available for 90 days from the date of registration.

If you wish to challenge the CWB Inspector Level 1 course exams (mid-term + final exam), you can do that as long as you purchase one Inspector Level 1 mini course (like this one) and all the course material required for the Inspector Level 1 course (Level 1 Textbook + Inspector Took kit + Practical Welding Inspector Textbook).

For certification requirements please review the CSA W178.2 certification service.

Upcoming Classes

Course Date Location Price*
Drawing Interpretation, Joint Design, Metal Preparation and Symbols for Welding Anytime Online $390.00