MIG/MAG Welding Course at Nationwide Welding Institute

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MIG/MAG Welding Course at Nationwide Welding Institute is a Practical course in the area of Welding. The Metal Inert Gas (MIG) or Metal Active Gas (MAG) welding is a semi-automated process, widely used in many sectors of industry, such as Fabrication, Structural, Shipbuilding, Railroad construction and production of heavy plants and machinery.

The process melts and fuses metals using the intense heat generated by an electric arc between the metals to be joined and a filler wire (solid or flux cored).  The wire is progressively melted at the same speed at which it is being fed by the wire feeder and forms part of the weld pool.  Both the arc and the weld pool are protected against atmospheric contamination by a shield of inert (non-reactive) gas

The MIG/MAG welding course course at Nationwide Welding Institute is listed in Courses.ie’s national courses finder.

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The mission of Nationwide Welding Institute is to train and educate aspiring welders. At NWI you can upskill to a higher standard, and re-certify existing certificate holders, by recognised standards, codes and practices, in both theoretical practical applications on a variety of today’s welding processes.

Each trainee is allocated their own work cubicle, fully equipped with the latest welding equipment and consumables. The tutors have a vast amount of knowledge and real world experience between them within this industry.  They have the qualifications and are fully coded welding tutors and teach the most up to date welding techniques.

Everything from basic welding skills for beginner’s to advanced welding techniques for experienced welders looking to build on their expertise.  All trainees will have the opportunity to get Certification in all the major welding processes.

On completion of Training, welders will be tested and certified in accordance with the requirements of BS EN ISO 9606-1:2013 (formally BS EN 287-1:2011) and or ASME IX.  All tests are in accordance with BS EN ISO 15614-1:2004.  On successful completion of our full-time courses you will have the skills needed to gain employment in the welding industry.  We also offer courses for those looking for refresher training on a specific aspect of welding.

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Steven Galvin

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