Certification in Welding Technology for Engineers |CWI-2023|

Manufacturing Engineering Students who want to get Certification in Welding Technology or want to Prepare for Interview

What you'll learn

  • Understand about the history of welding in details that you can from where this technology start from..
  • Understand difference between joining and welding with the advantages and disadvantages of welding.
  • Get idea about the components used in welding ( Consumable and Non Consumable) 
  • Understand all type of welding joints and type of welds.
  • Welding as commercial operations and the safety requirement for the welding processes.
  • Understand in detail about the arc and the shield welding processes.
  • Deeply Understand all type of welding processes that are used in industries.
  • Understand about the solid state welding and its types and defects.
  • Understand all the concepts about the soldering and brazing processes.


  • Welding technology is a critical aspect of manufacturing engineering, and having a certification in welding technology can help manufacturing engineering students gain a competitive edge in their field. The course on Welding Technology provides the essential knowledge and skills needed to excel in welding and can help students prepare for both certification exams and job interviews. By completing this course, students will gain a deeper understanding of the welding process and its applications, which can improve their chances of landing a job in their desired industry. Furthermore, an SEO-friendly description of this course will help attract more organic traffic and reach a wider audience, making it easier for aspiring manufacturing engineering students to find the resources they need to succeed.

Introduction and Fundamentals of the Welding Process and Welding Safety

  • Fundamentals of welding

  • Difference between joining and welding

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Welding

  • History of welding

  • Types of the welding process

  • Components used for welding process (Filler material, Flux, and Electrolyte)

  • Consumable and Non-consumable electrolyte

  • Welding positions

  • Welding Electrode Nomenclature

  • Type of Weld Joints (Butt joint, Corner Joint, Lap joint, Tee Joint, Edge Joint)

  • Types of Weld (Filler Weld, Groove Weld, Plug weld or slot weld, Spot and Seam weld, Flange and Surface Weld)

  • Features of Fusion Welded Joints

  • Physics of welding (Power Density and Numerical of Power Density)

  • Heat Balance in Fusion Welding

  • Welding as Commercial Operation

  • Automation in Welding (Machine, Automatic and Robotic)

  • Welding Safety

Arc Welding and Shielding and Types of Arc Welding

Welding Categories (Fusion Welding, Solid State Welding, Soldering and Brazing)

Arc Welding

Arc Shielding

The power source in Arc welding

Types of Arc Welding (Shielding metal arc welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Flux Cored Arc Welding, Submerged Arc Welding)

Gas Tungsten welding

Plasma arc welding

Understand all Types of Welding in Detail

  • Oxyfuel arc welding

  • Oxyacetylene welding

  • Resistance welding

  • Spot Welding

  • Resistance seam welding

  • Resistance projection welding

  • Energy beam welding (Electron beam welding, Laser beam welding)

  • Numerical Problems related to the welding processes

Numerical Problems Related to the Welding Processes

  • Numerical Problems Related to the welding processes

Solid-State Welding with Types and Defects, Brazing and Soldering

  • Solid-state welding

  • Types of solid-state welding

  • (Diffusion welding, Friction welding, and Ultrasonic welding)

  • Welding Defects of Solid State Welding

  • Brazing and Soldering

Successful graduates of the Welding Technology certificate can be employed as entry-level technicians in the welding and metalworking industries. Career opportunities also exist in construction, manufacturing, fabrication, sales, quality control, and welding-related self-employment.

Requirements for the course

  • No previous experience or knowledge is needed. All you need is your time and devotion as well as your curiosity to learn.

Who this course is for

  • Undergraduate students of mechanical and processing engineerings.
  • Those who are in the field of manufacturing technology will also get benefited from this course as it will increase their knowledge.
  • This course will surely help those who are working in the welding field and have confusions about the processes and materials they can clear their every concept regarding welding with this course.
  • This course is also for the students who want to prepare these topics for their exams point of view.


3.5 hours on-demand video

8 downloadable resources

Full lifetime access

Access on mobile and TV

Certificate of completion