“Welding Metallurgy and Weldability of Commercial Alloys” course covers the concepts and fundamentals of atomic structure, grain structure, heat flow, phase transformations, welding metallurgy, and the weldability of ferrous and non-ferrous commercial alloys. Laboratory work consists of welding metallurgy investigation on the welded samples and weldability testing for specific applications.
Incredible Training Opportunity for Welding Instructors
Participants will receive a complete set of training material for use in class room. Lunch each day will be covered by Weld-Ed.
4 CEUs (continuing education units) and 40 PDHs (professional development hours -- approved by the American Welding Society) will be awarded upon completion.
Maximum 20 Participants per location.