Who is the course for?
This course is aimed at body repair technicians looking to achieve BS4872 and BS1140 Welding Certification.
Welding Competence & Compliance update
From the end of March 2014, only ATA AOM-009 will be accepted as proof of welding competence for ATA Panel.
For standards such as PAS 125, a proof of welding competence is required.
Traditionally, proof of current welding competence, for those looking to take ATA Panel, can be demonstrated by two methods; ATA Assessed Outcome Module (AOM) 009 or the BS Weld tests (BS1140 and BS4872). However, from the end of March 2014 only ATA AOM-009 will be accepted as proof of welding competence for ATA Panel.
ATA AOM-009 is an industry recognised proof of welding competence. The single certificate accreditation requires an individual to undertake a practical assessment to demonstrate their competence in welding.
What does the course involve?
- Health and safety implications
- MIG and spot welding principles
- Practical and theory application of MIG welding through various angle
- Practical and theory application of spot welding and spot weld testing
Safety clothing and footwear.
How long is the course?
The course lasts for one day.
What are the progression options?
Candidates may wish to go on to one of our other short courses available or apply for Automotive Technician Accreditation (ATA)
- ATA Senior Panel/Paint/MET/service maintenance technician/diagnostic technician
- Aluminium repair, bonding and welding techniques
- Structural alignment vehicle jig repairs
- Automotive bonding and riveting techniques
- MIG Brazing for automotive applications