Improve your welding techniques to meet welding standards AS1796

The SC280 Welding Tickets – Weld Training to AS1796 course provides 40 hours of guided practical hands-on experience to meet the requirements of AS1796. Please see further details of the course below:

PRACTICAL COMPONENT - CHISHOLM INSTITUTE

Chisholm will provide 40 hours of approved practical training, delivered prior to candidates undertaking the examination testing conducted by Weld Australia.

At the beginning of the course students will nominate a specific welding ticket for which they are seeking certification. Our industry expert trainers will provide instruction, guidance and feedback on improving welding techniques required to meet the welding standards of AS1796.

The welding tickets covered include:

Welding ticket 1 Manual Metal Arc welding – welding plates with rutile and general purpose electrodes
Welding ticket 2 Manual Metal Arc welding pipes with rutile and general purpose electrodes
Welding ticket 3E Manual Metal Arc welding – welding plates with low hydrogen electrodes
Welding ticket 4 Manual Metal Arc with low hydrogen electrodes welding pipes
Welding ticket 5 Gas tungsten Arc welding/ Manual Metal Arc welding on pipes
Welding ticket 6 Oxy acetylene welding pipes
Welding ticket 7 Gas tungsten arc welding on pipes
Welding ticket 8G Gas metal arc welding solid wire on plates & pipes
Welding ticket 8F Gas metal arc welding – with flux core wire on plates & pipes
Welding ticket 9 Submerged Arc Welding on plates

All materials supplied by Chisholm during the short course is mild steel 250 grade.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
To enrol in this course with Chisholm you will be required to meet the following eligibility criteria:

1. Current engineering fabrication experience in the welding ticket nominated at the beginning of the course
2. 150 hours of documented welding experience for students with a trade certificate or 300 hours of documented welding experience for students without trade certificate

Evidence of welding experience could be in the form of a certified letter from your employer describing your experience, including the process, types of joints, material thicknesses and welding positions.

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION - WELD AUSTRALIA

The exam will be conducted by Weld Australia at a Chisholm campus location at the conclusion on the practical delivery. Please note the exam will incur an additional fee payable to Weld Australia.

THEORY EXAMINATION - WELD AUSTRALIA
If you have previously completed a Welding Ticket, you will be required to provide evidence of this to satisfy the theoretical component of the course.

If you have not completed a Welding Ticket previously, you will be required to sit a theoretical exam conducted by Weld Australia.

Course code
SC280
Delivery location
Dandenong
  • Available sessions and enrol online
    Available sessions and enrol online
    Campus Starts on Finishes Time Sessions Fee Available places Enrol
    Dandenong 07/03/2024 30/05/2024 Thu 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM 12 $1,580 3
    Dandenong 08/08/2024 24/10/2024 Thu 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM 12 $1,580 16
  • What to bring
    • Welding helmet
    • Oxy googles
    • Appropriate safety work wear - cotton drilled pants and long sleeve cotton shirt
    • Safety glasses
    • Steel capped boots
    • Welding gloves
    • Welding jacket.