Materials Joining Education & Training

In addition to R&D joining expertise, EWI offers a variety of educational and training opportunities that can be customized by skill level or to match your organization’s specific requirements.

EWI Professional Engineering Courses are designed for engineers, technicians, supervisors and managers. EWI offers courses in all key areas of materials joining technology. Courses are taught by professionals who relate course material to real world applications. Courses are available in one or multiple-day formats and can be delivered at your company or at EWI. Hands-on instruction in lab environment is frequently included and each course can be customized to address applications specific to your operations.

EWI’s Professional Engineering Courses are categorized by type of joining process or expertise.

Subjects include:

  • Practical Welding Technology (new)
  • Arc Welding and Automation
  • Brazing and Soldering
  • Laser Processes
  • Microjoining and Plastics
  • Nondestructive Evaluation
  • Plastics
  • Resistance Welding
  • Solid-State Welding
  • Adhesive Joining & Surface Preparation
  • Welding Design

 
Open enrollment courses are scheduled throughout the year. However, if you would prefer to train a group of five or more individuals at the same time, we can offer a customized (or standard) agenda to meet your company’s specific needs. You may also choose to conduct a course at our facility or yours.

For more information including course offered, detailed outlines, and pricing please contact Leah Kohr at 614-688-5049 or education@ewi.org.

Welding Skills Training
Hobart Institute of Welding Technology is EWI’s preferred partner for welding skills training. Please visit the Hobart website for specific course information and course registration.

Welding Schools
To locate a welding school in your area, please visit the American Welding Society’s Welding School Locator or weldingschools.com.

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