Post-Weld Heat Treatment Theoretical Training

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Looking to enhance your welding skills? Look no further than TWI Technology (S.E.Asia) Sdn Bhd's Post-Weld Heat Treatment Theoretical Training program in Malaysia. This comprehensive course covers all aspects of post-weld heat treatment, including theory, techniques, and best practices. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the process, ensuring you have the knowledge and skills to excel in the field.

Whether you're a beginner looking to learn the fundamentals or an experienced welder seeking to expand your expertise, this training program is perfect for anyone looking to advance their career. Request a quote today to learn more about our Post-Weld Heat Treatment Theoretical Training program and take the first step towards becoming a certified welding professional.
Learning Objectives

1. Understand the importance of post-weld heat treatment in welding processes: Participants will learn the reasons why post-weld heat treatment is necessary, including reducing residual stresses, improving mechanical properties, and enhancing the overall integrity of the welded joint.

2. Learn the different methods of post-weld heat treatment: This training program will cover various heat treatment methods such as stress relieving, tempering, and annealing, and how each method affects the microstructure and properties of the weldment.

3. Gain knowledge on the proper procedures and techniques for post-weld heat treatment: Participants will be trained on the correct temperature ranges, heating and cooling rates, and holding times required for effective post-weld heat treatment. They will also learn how to interpret and follow heat treatment specifications and procedures to ensure the desired outcomes are achieved.

Content Delivery Method

Physical; Virtual

HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

1 to 2 days, English

Target Audience

Suitable for employees at all levels

Key Skillset Addressed

1. Heat treatment principles
2. Welding techniques
3. Safety procedures