Welding training 

Our basic welding training offers you and your company:

·        Various training programs available from welders to welding management

·        Improved processes, professional skills, and welding know-how

·        Profitable service even years after the initial investment

Product training

The operational equipment training aims to familiarize and guide the users to gain deeper understanding of our equipment. This training is done welding equipment by welding equipment, ensuring that the everyday user can perform at the highest level and utilize the welding equipment to its fullest capacity. We want to make sure that you will strive to succeed, whatever your welding application might be. When the welder understands the welding equipment, they are more likely to optimize the usage of the equipment and achieve better welds.

This training can take place either at Golden Shade premises or at your own location. Training that takes place in your facilities is implemented as a separate service. The operational equipment training is mainly targeted for the personnel who use the welding equipment and for management-level personnel.

Training for you:

We also offer customized training which is specifically tailored according to your needs. The training can consist of anything from basic welding techniques to boosting your welding efficiency, productivity and quality.

Welding equipment maintenance training

As with any machine, welding equipment needs maintenance work. This ensures that the equipment is always capable of delivering the best possible results. Golden Shade repair and maintenance training includes welding equipment maintenance and minor repair work. This training can be targeted for both welders and service team members separately.

In general, the equipment should be inspected frequently to keep it running and maintaining its capabilities for a longer life time. Proper maintenance and proactive repair work helps to prevent major damage and keep equipment in good welding condition. Regular maintenance work should include:

·        Equipment cleaning and visual inspection

·        Cable maintenance

·        Wire feeder maintenance (consumables)

·        Service workshop evaluation and improvement ideas

·        Equipment safety testing

·        Preventative maintenance actions