Responsible Welding Coordinator Training

Welding Coordinator Training Course

The Most Valuable Welding Professional in a Company

Is It For Me?

The WQMS Welding Coordinator course is designed for welders, supervisors, weld inspectors, and engineers who carry out the welding coordination tasks. It is also suitable for welding quality control staff and anyone who needs basic training in welding coordination.
The elearning material for this WQMS Welding Coordinator Online Course eliminates the classroom-based training days.
The online material, as detailed below, covers the theory element of the course. The material will be provided after payment is received.
Each candidate will receive a Certificate of Completion after successful completion of the 12 – Module course.

The course content has been accepted by the Notified Bodies, The National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) and The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS).

What Will I Learn?

The Welding Coordinator Online Course will cover: introduction; typical duties of a welding coordinator; welding terminology and definitions, welding engineering, welding supervision, welding process technology, material selection, certification of welders & welding operators, qualification of welding procedures, development of weld procedure specifications, ndt control & management, welding imperfections, quality control management & review and analysis of control requirements, welding safety

By the end of the course you should be able to:

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this course, but it is recommended that candidates have at least 6 months’ welding-related engineering experience and 2 years’ industrial experience.

What Happens Next?

When you have booked your online course, you will receive an email with information on how the course will be delivered.

You will then have 60 days to complete your distance-learning course.

Course Delivery
Course Facilitator
Mr. Gerry McCarthy, BEng, MSc, CEng, MWeldI, MIEI, International Welding Engineer.

Gerry has over 37 year’s structural steelwork experience in various sectors.  His experience profile extends to construction, design, welding, quality and CE marking requirements. Gerry has successfully assisted several steelwork contractors achieve certification to EN 1090-1, EN ISO 3834, EN ISO 9001 & EN 15085. This is achieved through a combination of mentoring, training and consultancy.