ID-Nr. 0000070247: Welding Foundation (TÜV)

Titel des Zertifizierungsprogramms:Welding Foundation (TÜV)
Zulassungsvoraussetzungen:

The participants bring the following educational and professional background:

  • High-School degree in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)

    AND
     
  • Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Power Point)

    AND
     
  • Successful passing the Phase 1 - Academic Foundation Program at NITI with a defined level of English, Mathematics and Science.

Only candidates who joined all the term related units with an attendance record of 80% are allowed to participate in the Term Tests.

Prüfungsbausteine:

Term Test 1 comprises Units 1-4
Term Test 2 comprises Units 5-8
Term Test 3 comprises Units 9-12

  • Unit competence (formative) is assessed through knowledge (online assessment), performance (practical assessment) or combination consisting of both.
  • Term assessment (summative) consisting of a cluster of units always take the form of a combination assessment where both theoretical knowledge and practical application is assessed.
  • The acquisition of practical skills in favour of theoretical skills is supported through a ratio weighting of 70:30 in the summative term assessment.

The average of all accumulated Unit results weights 40% of the Final Term result. The Term Test weights 60% of the Final Term result. This system is applied for all three Term Tests.
The end of program summary result is taken from the average of the accumulated 3 (three) Term Final results.

Nachzuweisende Kompetenzen:

In the examination participants prove their skills and knowledge in the following areas:

  • Imperial and metric systems
    Trade maths
    Measuring tools
    Threaded fasteners
  • Technical sketching and drawing
    Field sketching
    Drawings and details diagrams   
  • Layout, hand tools and bench work
    Tools of the trade
    Introduction to hand tools
    Boiler making tools
    Basic metal work
  • Short and plant skills
    Physical and mechanical properties of metals
    Introduction to power tools
  • Rigging operations
    Introduction to basic rigging
    Rigging equipment
    Rigging practices
    Ladders and scaffolding
  • Fitting symbols and weld joints
    Fitting symbols
    Weld joints, symbols and terms
    Bevelled edges for welding
  • Oxyacetylene operations
    Perform oxyacetylene operations
  • Introduction to arc welding
    SMAW equipment and set up
    Shielded metal arc electrodes
    Stringer bead and weld positions
    Weld quality
    Pre and post heating of metals
    Weld bead pads
  • Fillet welds SMAW
    Fillet weld
    Single run fillet weld
    Multiple run fillet weld
  • Groove welds SMAW
    Flat groove weld
    Horizontal groove weld
    Vertical groove weld
    Overhead groove weld
  • Welded pipe spools
    Butt weld pipe fabrication
    Open root pipe welds
    Advanced pipe spool fabrications
  • Introduction to gas tungsten arc welding
    GTAW equipment and filler metals
    GTAW plate

Detailed Terminal and Enabling objectives are provided in both the outline (terminal) and proposal (enabling) documents provided.
Only successful candidates who have acquired the above listed skills will be eligible to join the next two phases at the clients in-company training premises as they are called “on-the job-training” (Phase 3) and “specialised training” (Phase 4).

Kooperationspartner:National Industrial Training Institute (NITI)
Bisher umgesetzt in:Saudi-Arabien