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Welding Skills

A Welder permanently joins pieces of metal with metal filler, using heat and/or pressure. Welders join parts being manufactured, they build structures and repair broken or cracked parts, according to specifications.

Job Related Skills, Interests and Values

• using and maintaining tools, material handling equipment and welding equipment;

• reading and interpreting blueprints;

• acquiring thorough knowledge of arc, gas and resistance welding theory ;

• laying out, cutting and forming metals to specifications;

• preparing the work site;

• fitting sub-assemblies and assemblies together and preparing assemblies for welding ;

• welding using shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, flux core or metal core arc welding, submerged arc welding and plasma arc welding processes;

• carrying out special processes such as welding studs and brazing;

• ensuring quality of product/process before, during and after welding;

What Preparation and Training Do You Need?

To become a Welder you should complete Grade 12 with credits in mathematics (particularly technical math) and some shop courses. In Ontario, welding is an unrestricted trade; completion of an apprenticeship could take approximately 3 years including 3 periods of 8 weeks (720 hours) in-school theory. Upon successful completion of the training agreement, you will receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship.

What’s Your Future as a Welder?

Most workers in this occupation work full-time, sometimes in shift work, usually indoors. Those with the ability to work with high-technology welding applications may have better employment opportunities. The bulk of employment opportunities are predicted to occur in the non-electrical, machinery, construction and metal-fabricating industries. Some workers will become self-employed. Examples of companies that employ welders include:

• Fabricating shops;

• Manufacturers of structural steel and platework;

• Construction industries;

• Boilers;

• Heavy machinery contractors;

• Aircraft contractors;

• Ship building and other transportation contractors;

• Specialized welding shops.

Wage Rate

• as an apprentice you would start at a wage rate less than that of a journeyperson

• this rate increases gradually as you gain competency

• the wage range for fully qualified welders according to the Peel Halton Dufferin HRDC Wage Book is between $9.50/hr to $16.18/hr, with a median salary of $12.50/hr.

After reading activity

Revise the information of Unit1 and make a list of the things welders should be able to do and places they can work at.

Self-Rating

Ask Yourself: Is Working as a Welder For You?

Are you good at preparing and planning a job from start to finish?

^ Yes ^ No

Can you look at a diagram or shop drawing and visualize how things come together?

^ Yes ^ No

Do you like figuring out what’s wrong with something and then repairing it?

^ Yes ^ No

Are you able to bend, stretch, kneel, stand for long periods and lift material and supplies?

^ Yes ^ No

Would it bother you to work around dangerous gases and intense heat?

^ Yes ^ No

Do you have good hand/eye coordination to guide a welding arc along the edges of metal?

^ Yes ^ No

If you answered Yes to most of these questions, welder may be for you! Lead-in

You already know what sort of skills you should have to be a welder. Now think of the answers to the following questions:

1. How long should a person be trained to become a skilled welder?

2. Do you think that a welder should be able to use all kinds of welding?

3. What is more interesting to you personally: welding techniques, welding inspection (other)?

Vocabulary

technique

case study

shielded metal arc

welding

arc welding

submerged arc

welding

oxyfuel

electric resistance welding tensile test bending test impact test discontinuity

volumetric

hardness

tension site welding heat flow heat treatment welding metallurgy hardenability

weldability non-ferrous filler metal alloy ASME

AWS 1) техника, способ, технические приемы 2) метод; методика,

учебный пример; разбор конкретного случая

дуговая сварка покрытым металлическим

электродом

электродуговая сварка

дуговая сварка под флюсом

газоплазменный

(контактная) сварка сопротивлением

испытание на растяжение испытание на изгиб испытание на ударную вязкость отсутствие непрерывности, нарушение последовательности; несплошность объемный

твердость, прочность; сопротивляемость

(механическим воздействиям)

натяжение; растяжение, растягивание, удлинение

монтажные сварочные работы

тепловой поток

термическая обработка

металлургия сварки

1) закаливаемость 2) прокаливаемость 3) способность к закаливанию свариваемость

цветной (о металле), не содержащий железа

присадочный металл

сплав

сокр. от American Society of Mechanical Engineers Американское общество инженеров-механиков сокр. от American Welding Society Американское сварочное общество

Match the words from the list below with their definitions

a) alloy, b) joint, c) inspection, d) welding, e) laser, f) design, g) property, h)

course, j) plasma, k) arc.

1. To contrive, to formulate, to project, to draw, to plan, to sketch out;

2. Joining pieces of metal (or nonmetal) at faces rendered plastic or liquid by heat or pressure (or both).

3. a) A junction or mode of joining parts together; b) the place where two things are joined together

4. The luminous arc or bridge across a gap between two electrodes when an electric current is sent through them.

5. a) A careful, narrow or critical examination or survey; b) an official examination.

6. An instrument which amplifies light waves by stimulation to produce a powerful, coherent beam of monochromatic light, an optical maser.

7. Metal blended with some other metallic or nonmetallic substance to give it special qualities, such as resistance to corrosion, greater hardness, or tensile strength.

8. A planned programme of study.

9. Peculiar or inherent quality.

10. A hot, ionized gas containing approximately equal numbers of positive ions and electrons.

Reading and Speaking

Imagine you are a trying to choose a welding course to your needs. Which one will you choose if your needs are like these:

1. You have to know how to carry out mechanical tests.

2. You are interested in welding ferrous alloys and non ferrous alloys.

3. You want to introduce computers in your welding process.

4. You are new to welding and would like to be introduced to basic welding processes.

5. You want to learn how to choose the right type of welding for your specific purposes.

6. You want to be a highly qualified and certified expert in the field of welding.

7. You want to be familiar with welding standards

Use the table below to choose the course.

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