Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | August 14, 2010

Offshore Welding Jobs- Interesting, Challenging And Lucrative


Welding is taught in some small and big vocational and technical school and Heats School of Welding Technology Inc. is one of them.

The welding process that is commonly used in offshore welding are the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) or combination of GTAW and SMAW.

Metals that being welded offshore are carbon steel, low temperature carbon steel, stainless steel, duplex stainless steel and super duplex stainless steel and others. These metals are used in offshore structures, process piping, pipelines, pressure vessels among others.

Welders on this type of work are 6GR welders, 6G welders and TIG Welders. Most of the time, a welder have these all types of qualifications. They will be qualified to weld in all positions with all these types of metals.

It is an interesting, challenging and lucrative job for people who like this kind of job.

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Posted by: buhayofw | August 5, 2010

Corrosion


As defined in NACE’s Corrosion Basic book, corrosion is “the destruction of a substance (usually a metal) or its properties because of reaction with its environment”

The corrosion process takes place because of the natural tendency of materials, particularly the metal commonly used for structures, tanks, ships and other structures, to revert from the metallic state to the more stable oxide of the metal.

The metal is no longer usable in this condition and if a major metal reversion has taken place, the structure fails. This kind of destruction must therefore be prevented.

Several methods of assuring the continued viability and usability of various structures at a minimum cost may be considered.

1. Select and use specific corrosion-resistant materials for construction

2. Changing or altering the environment

3. Use a barrier between the structural material and the environment (protective coating)

4. Use cathodic protection

5. Use the principal of corrosion allowance or overdesign.

Corrosion is very expensive. In 1995, it is commonly reported in various media that estimated annual losses due to corrosion in th US amounted to more than $48 billion.

Oil companies are investing huge amount of dollar for the coating maintenance of their assets offshore and onshore. Thousands of Corrosion Engineers, Coating Inspectors, Blasters and painters are hired annually to maintain these onshore and offshore structures. Contractors also hire these personnel for the newly constructed structures.

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | August 4, 2010

Heats next training venture: Corrosion and Corrosion Engineering


Personnel doing a Maintenance Blasting on Main Beam of a platform

With the current demand of Blasters, Painters, Painting Supervisors and Painting Inspectors in the construction industry overseas, Heats will venture in Corrosion and Corrosion Engineering trainings.

The first of it will be the Painting Inspector’s Course that is scheduled on December 13-17, 2010. This course is intended to graduates of any 4-year course or engineering course. Aside from Welding Inspector, Painting Inspector is one of the in-demand position overseas with a better remuneration package. The course instructor is a Certified Coating Inspector with a strong background in painting work onshore and offshore.

Aside from Painting Inspector’s Course, Heats also plans to offer Blaster Course and Painter Course which is also in-demand overseas like welders. Blaster Certificate and Painter Certificate will be issued to the successful trainees signed by a Certified Coating inspector (NACE-2).

Professionals, youth and “tambays” who are looking for a new career, this is a good start for you. For Professionals, the Painting Inspector’s Course and for youth and “tambays”, the Blaster/Painter Course.

The salary range of a Certified Painting Inspector overseas ranges from USD1,500 to USD6,000/month depending on the company and location, while the salary range of a Certified Blaster/Painter ranges from USD35 to USD80/day depending on the company and location.

Airless Spray Painting on a platform maintenance project

So for the professional, youth and “tambays” out there who are still thinking for a better career we encourage you to become either a Welding Inspector or Painting Inspector for the professionals and Welder, Blaster/Painter for the youth and “tambays”.

Heats are giving these alternatives to people who are looking for a new type of career that could elevate their economic situation.

What are you waiting for? Enroll in Heats now!!!!

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | July 28, 2010

Another American enrolled in Heats


Another American, Mr. Longley started his rigid training in Heats this month.

Mr. Longley started last July 26, 2010. He will be trained in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding for 34 rigid training days (268 hours).

Two of our Instructors will be handling his training and we are sure enough that after his 34 days training he will learn all the needed practical knowledge in GTAW (TIG).

Aside from Mr. Longley, in the month of June 2010, a Filipino-American Mr. Cristino Cabradilla enrolled for our TIG Welding Course. He also finished his training in June and flew back to US. He was very thankful for what he learned in Heats. He plans to apply as a Welder in Texas Oil and Gas Industry and also plans to put up his own welding training center back home which will cater the Filipino-American in his area.

We are hoping that like Mr. Cabradilla, Mr. Longley will learn a lot in our training facilities.

Goodluck Mr. Longley.

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | June 22, 2010

AWS-CWI ON SEPTEMBER & DECEMBER 2010


Heats School of Welding Technology Inc. finally got the nod to offer the most prestigious AWS-Certified Welding Inspector Course and exam in collaboration with Dash Inspectorate Pvt Ltd – India, an AWS International agents who are contracted to provide the CWI/SCWI/CWE/CW/CWEng seminars and examinations on behalf of the American Welding Society (AWS).

Dash Inspectorate Pvt Ltd will conduct the course in HSWTI Training room on September 5-9 &11 and December 18-22 & 24, 2010 for the course and examination.

The minimum numbers of participants will be 25, and the deadline of enrollment will be on 6 weeks prior to course date.

The Course and exam fee will be USD2,200 inclusive of preparatory course, exam, training module, lunch, snacks and certificate.

The course will be conducted in an Airconditioned Room in a seminar arrangement.

Please make check payable to:

Heats School of Welding Technology Inc. and send to Romulo Higway, Carangian, Tarlac City Philippines or contact us at   +639054140543  – look for Grace for our Bank Account number for payment.

For further information regarding Educational requirements, please refer to QC1:2007 available online at http://www.aws.org/certification

Cancellations:

HSWTI reserves the right to cancel the course at any time. In the event that a course is cancelled by HSWTI the paid fee shall be refunded to the registrant. .

If the Registrant wishes to cancel, a cancellation notice must be received no later than two weeks prior to the course for a full refund of the course fee. 75% of the course fee will be refunded to Registrants who cancel beyond the deadline. Registrants who do not cancel and do not attend the course will not receive a refund. Fees for Required or Recommended Texts are non-refundable regardless of cancellation notice.

Registration must be received six weeks prior to the course with FULL PAYMENT by check or Bank Transfer.

About DASH Inspectorate PVT LTD

Dash Inspectorate is located at 3rd Floor,Iswar Krupa Building Near Bank of India, Saffron Circle,Fatehgunj, Baroda, Gujarat, India 390002

Dash Inspectorate Pvt Ltd is an independent foundation with the purpose of safeguarding life, property, and the environment. Our history goes back to 2000, when the foundation was established in NEW JERSEY(USA) to inspect and evaluate the technical condition of oil and gas plants and related items.

Since then, their core competence has been to identify, assess, and advise on how to manage risk. Whether they inspect a plant, equipment, material or certify a company’s management system, or advise on how to do proper welding or preventing corrosion or detecting flaws, their focus is to safely and responsibly improve business performance

While many of their services can be applied successfully in any industry, their main focus industries are:

• Maritime
• Oil, gas and energy
• Power (Thermal, Hydro and Nuclear )
• Fabrication

Click here for DASH Training Services

Click here for Registration Form. Please fill-up and submit to Heats School of Welding Technology Inc. at heatsschool@yahoo.com or to our mailing address, Romulo Blvd., #4 Joanne Subd., Carangian, Tarlac City Philippines

ABOUT AWS

The American Welding Society (AWS) was founded in 1919 as a multifaceted, nonprofit organization with a goal to advance the science, technology and application of welding and related joining disciplines. From factory floor to high-rise construction, from military weaponry to home products, AWS continues to lead the way in supporting welding education and technology development to ensure a strong, competitive and exciting way of life for all Americans.

NOTE: TO INQUIRE ABOUT THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR OFFERED AWS-CWI COURSE IN THE PHILIPPINES, YOU CAN CONTACT MR. DAS OF DASH INSPECTORATE – INDIA (www.dashinspectorate.com) OR MS. PRITI JAIN DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS OF AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY (www.aws.org)

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | June 16, 2010

Scaffolding Course, soon to offer


One of the most in-demand job overseas aside from welding is being an SCAFFOLDER. In every construction projects (except horizontal civil works), they need numbers of scaffolders to erect and dismantle scaffolds in the construction area. Scaffolding is mainly used as a safe access for the work to be done above 2 meter height.

The salary of scaffolder is considered to be almost the same as the welder’s salary depending on the company.

With this demand, Heats will be offering this course by late this year (2010) or early next year (2011). This course will be run for 162 hours (20 days) with 15 days purely practical and 5 days theory. The course fee will be announced before end of 2010. We are now accepting booking for this course (without any monetary requirements). Tuition fee shall be paid in the first day of the course.

For booking, call/text us at +639054140543 – look for Grace.

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | May 23, 2010

Join our Welding Inspector’s Course on June 7-11, 2010


14 days more for the Welding Inspector’s Course! Join us! Enroll now! Call/txt us at 09054140543 – look for Grace.

The Instructor is a Certified Sr. Welding Inspector (CSWIP 3.2) with more than 15 years in the Oil and Gas Industry projects in the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Indonesia and Brunei.

Welding Inspector job is very in-demand in the Middle East and Asia!!!

So, what are you waiting for? Enroll now!!!

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | April 24, 2010

Another Heats graduate landed job in BF Metal


A January Batch graduate of Heats landed a job locally in BF Metal recently.

Mr. Bernales is a graduate of Welding Inspector’s Course last January 2010 in Heats together with Engr. Martinez. The two classmates are now working together in one of the big fabrication company in the Philippines.

Though they work n same company, they work in different project as QC Inspector where they use what they learned in Heats.

Another stripe for Heats!!!!

To Mr. Bernales, congratulations!!

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | April 21, 2010

ENROLLMENT GOING-ON FOR WELDING INSPECTOR’S COURSE


Enrollment is now going-on for the Welding Inspector’s Course. Intake will be on June 7-11, 2010. Early birds can get 10% discount.

Deadline of enrollment will be on May 30, 2010.

Hurry-up! ENROLL NOW! Call/txt us at 09054140543 look for Grace.

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | April 20, 2010

Partial Scholarship Program


The PJJ Partial Scholarship Program kicks off today for year 2010. This program is intended to underprivileged Pinoy Out of School Youth in the country from Batanes to Jolo.

REQUIREMENTS: 

(1) Family annual income of P60K and below (Certification from Brgy. Captain and Mayor needed),

(2) Out of School Youth, High School undergraduate or elementary undergraduate (Certification from Principal of previous school),

(3) Willing to learn welding,

(4) 18-25 years old,

(5) Birth Certificate,

(6) Barangay Clearance,

(7) Medical Certificate.

To apply, please email your application to heatsschool@yahoo.com together with the requirements. Upon approval, you will pay the remaining 50% on four gives. PJJ Scholarship program reserves the right to choose the right candidate.

Tuition Fees for 50% Scholarship Program

SMAW NC I (30 days) – P6,000.00, four gives at P1,500 per week

SMAW NC II (30 days) – P12,000.00, four give at P3,000 per week

GTAW NC II (30 days) – P15,000.00, four gives at P3750/week

Basic Welding Course (6 days) – P3,000.00, four gives at P750/give

Pipe Welding Course (6 days) – P4,000.00, four gives at P1,000/give

TIG Welding Course (5 days) – P7,500.00, four gives at P1875/give

For the Out-Of-School-Youth out there, this is your chance for your future. Apply now!!!!

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