Welding Courses in Europe: Practical, Intensive, and Professional

Welding Courses in Europe:
Practical, Intensive, and Professional

Welcome to ITAFORMA - Your Gateway to Welding Excellence

Are you in search of exceptional welding courses in Europe that offer practical, intensive, and professional training? Look no further than ITAFORMA! We specialize in providing high-level welding courses tailored to meet the diverse needs of students from around the world.

The 96% of our course participants find employment within one month
of completing the course.

The School of Welding ITAFORMA
it is the oldest in Italy
and one of the best Welder Schools in Europe

Find out how we work

Watch the training video at one of our locations in Italy.

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About ITAFORMA

At ITAFORMA, we lead the way in welding education,
dedicated to shaping the future of skilled welders worldwide.

With years of experience and a team of expert instructors, we are committed to delivering unparalleled training experiences that empower our students to excel in the dynamic field of welding.

Practical Training

Our philosophy revolves around hands-on learning experiences, ensuring that our students gain practical skills and confidence to tackle real-world welding challenges.

Comprehensive Curriculum

Our curriculum is meticulously designed to encompass the full spectrum of welding techniques, methodologies, safety protocols, and industry standards, providing our students with a comprehensive understanding of the trade.

Expert Instructors

Our instructors are seasoned professionals, each bringing a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise to the classroom. They are passionate about mentoring and nurturing the next generation of skilled welders.

Cutting-edge Facilities

Equipped with state-of-the-art welding equipment and facilities, ITAFORMA offers an immersive learning environment where students can refine their skills under professional guidance.

Our Welding Courses

Exploring Welding Techniques

In addition to offering a comprehensive array of courses, ITAFORMA delves deep into various welding techniques, equipping students with versatile skills essential for success in the welding industry.

Diving into Welding Techniques:

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW):

Also known as electrode welding, SMAW involves the use of a consumable electrode coated in flux to create an electric arc between the electrode and the workpiece. This process is widely used for its simplicity and versatility, making it suitable for a broad range of applications in diverse industries.

Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW/MIG) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW/TIG)

MIG welding utilizes a continuous wire electrode and a shielding gas to protect the weld from atmospheric contamination, while TIG welding uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode and a separate filler material. Both techniques offer exceptional precision and control, making them ideal for intricate welding tasks and applications requiring superior aesthetic appeal.

Continuous Wire Welding

Also known as wire feed welding, this technique involves feeding a continuous wire electrode through a welding gun, which melts and fuses with the base metal to form a weld. Continuous wire welding, often used in conjunction with inert gases, offers high efficiency and deposition rates, making it suitable for high-volume welding operations.

Other Techniques

ITAFORMA also covers specialized techniques such as flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), submerged arc welding (SAW), and plasma arc welding (PAW), providing students with a comprehensive understanding of various welding methods and their applications in different industries.

We have formed
over 2000 welders
today they work all over the world!

By immersing students in the intricacies of these welding techniques, ITAFORMA ensures that graduates are well-prepared to tackle diverse welding challenges and excel in their chosen field. With hands-on training and expert guidance, students gain the confidence and proficiency needed to succeed as skilled welders in today’s competitive job market.

All our Metalworking Courses

SMAW Welder Course (Electrode)

Complete 80 hours practical + 20 hours theory
Duration: 15 days

Basic SMAW Welder Course (Electrode)

40 hours practical + 10 hours theory
Duration: 1 week

MIG MAG Welder Course (Continuous Wire)

Complete 100 hours practical + 25 hours theory
Duration: 20 days

Basic MIG MAG Welder Course (Continuous Wire)

40 hours practical + 10 hours theory
Duration: 1 week

GTAW Welder Course (TIG)

Complete 80 hours practical + 20 hours theory
Duration: 15 days

Basic GTAW Welder Course (TIG)

40 hours practical + 10 hours theory
Duration: 1 week

SMAW + TIG Welder Course

140 hours practical + 30 hours theory
Duration: 30 days

SMAW + Continuous Wire Welder Course

180 hours practical + 40 hours theory
Duration: 35 days

TIG + Continuous Wire Welder Course

180 hours practical + 40 hours theory
Duration: 35 days

SMAW + TIG + Continuous Wire Welder Course

240 hours practical + 60 hours theory
Duration: 45 days (most comprehensive course)

About ITAFORMA Welding School

Join us today to embark on a transformative journey toward welding excellence with ITAFORMA.

Whether you’re a novice enthusiast or a seasoned professional, our diverse range of courses is designed to cater to your unique learning needs. Take the first step toward a rewarding career in welding by enrolling at ITAFORMA today. 

Contact us to explore our comprehensive course offerings and kick-start your journey toward mastering the art of welding.
Your future as a skilled welder begins here at ITAFORMA!

What do you need to attend a welding course?

What are the requirements?

If you reside in a European country and plan to attend a training course in Italy, you usually do not need a VISA, as most European countries are part of the Schengen area, where visas are not required for short stays.

However, if you reside outside of Europe, you may need a VISA to enter in Europe, in particular in Italy for attend a training course. In that case, you will need to apply for a visa at the Italian embassy.

To participate in our welding course, speaking languages fluently or possessing a language proficiency certificate is not required because our course is 99% practical. You'll spend the entire day welding alongside our instructors. The course and license exam are entirely practical, reflecting the welding job's nature.

No educational certificates are needed to enroll. 

The minimum age for the welding course is 16 years old. 

When does the Welding Course take place?

You can attend our welding courses in our Italian base, a real life engineering workshop.

Do not worry if you are not from the area, we will provide  you with FREE accommodation, airport shuttle service and boarding for the duration of the course. The course lasts about one month and the number of hours per lessons depends on which type of welding you choose, from a minimum of 80 hours, up to 240 hours for the most comprehensive course. 

When you finish the welding course, we will organize for you to take the final welding exam to receive the International Welding License.

 

 International Welding License

You can attend our welding courses in our Italian base, a real life engineering workshop.

At the end of the course, a commission of examiners will submit the welding product created during the final skill test exam to the breaking test with a press or a series of radiographs will be performed on the piece, which would detect the presence of defects on the welds made.

In these types of exams, there are no chances of personal recommendations that will assist in the end result, it will only be through the preparation you will acquire during the course that will allow you to pass the test and receive the International Welding License.

Our school provides the trainee with the necessary equipment such as PPE (personal protection equipment), overalls, safety shoes, gloves, glasses, mask and apron.

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