Who Should Do The Welding supervisor Course
People who want to become a certified welder, wanting to qualify as a Welding Supervisor or requiring knowledge in this area are; Tradespeople, Technicians, Engineers, Sales Engineers, Foreman and leading hands, Workshop supervisors, Quality Managers and Expediters, Estimators, and Planning staff.
About the Program – How to get the welding license
Outsource Institute of Technology has developed self-paced, distance learning materials that deliver the knowledge which is required to complete the theory required to pass the AS1796-2001 Certification of Welders and Welding Supervisors and AS 2214-2004 Certification of Welding Supervisors-Structural Steel Welding paper A and paper B examinations. Outsource Institute’s role is to provide the learner with guidance so you can pass both Certificate 10 supervisors examinations. Outsource Institute also provides ongoing learner support by phone, email, web-conferencing or face to face to ensure you are ready for both examinations.
Due to our distance learning model, our welding supervisor certifications can be obtained from all over Australia. Examinations are run either at your site or at our Brisbane or Newcastle training facilities.
Outsource Institute of Technology has worked closely with the Australian Welding Institute (AWI) during the development of both AS1796-2001 Certification of Welders and Welding Supervisors and AS 2214-2004 Certification of Welding Supervisors-Structural Steel Welding course designs and examination requirements. Outsource Institute actively promote all successful welding supervision students to gain further industry endorsement by sitting the AWI examinations. Refer to AWI for pricing and examination dates and details www.weldinginstitute.org.au
Cost of the Program
Outsource Institute of Technology fees are $2500.00 per student.