Our technical training’s foremost programmes focus on the science, methodology, terminology and applications of welding.
Programmes allow students to develop theoretical and working knowledge of the most commonly used welding processes, in all positions, equipment set-up and operations. These include stick welding (MMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), oxy-acetylene, and gas tungsten arc welding (TIG) from beginner to advanced levels.
Related study areas include health and safety and good practice in industrial work environments; weld quality assessments and metallurgical properties; and blueprint reading and welding symbols.
We deliver a range of full-time programmes and short courses to suit individual learning requirements and career aspirations. We are also able to customize courses for specific industries and organisations on request.
Various media is used for the effective delivery of course content. Groups are purposely restricted to small numbers, allowing our expert instructors to grant each participant as much individual attention as possible.
Our programmes are unique. Throughout the learning phase, we offer participants numerous opportunities to apply their newly acquired skills in a work environment Theoretical modules will be delivered in a class room environment and under instructor’s supervision, participants are able to put theory into practice by using the latest welding equipment in a dedicated area of our workshop.
Other courses in related fields are also available to non-Maltese participants on request. Courses in First Aid, Basic Fire Fighting, English, and International Computer Driving Licence are run in parallel with the participant’s chosen programme. Additional courses can be arranged on request.
To apply for a Motherwell Bridge Technical Training programme, please download the Application Form found in below links and submit to:
Motherwell Bridge Industries Ltd.
C/O Technical Training
Hal Far Industrial Estate
Hal Far BBG 3000
Tel: +356 2165 7800
Fax: +356 2165 7801
or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org