Gain new qualifications - welder course

Welder training is an excellent opportunity for people who want to acquire new skills or improve their existing ones. Our courses not only prepare you for the state exam, but also for work.

Our experienced instructors base training on modern teaching methods and ensure that the atmosphere in lessons is always pleasant. The courses consist of a theoretical part, where trainees will gain general knowledge, and a practical part, which focuses on the acquisition of practical welding skills. We help with all the paperwork and the selection of a suitable training date. Take a look at our training offer! 

Welding metal pipe 

Our training programme  

The training courses are prepared by experts who have been working in the welding profession for years. Each technique is professionally presented and described. We train in all welding methods, so that the trainee has a broad knowledge and strong skills. During the practical part of the course, our staff helps the trainees to become fluent and confident in their work. We are trusted by dozens of customers who have found employment in the welding industry fresh from the course. The theoretical part of the training is conducted through exercises in pairs and groups and discussions.  

During the theoretical part of the course students will gain knowledge of:  

  • regulatory information,  
  • the construction of the various components used in a welder's work, 
  • all welding methods, 
  • the use of particular welding methods. 

Training venue  

Training takes place at our training centre or at the customer's premises. For companies and organised groups, we have prepared special courses with the theoretical part online conducted in real time. The practical part is always conducted in a practice hall belonging to the premises. 

welding of metal pipe

What is the purpose of our training?  

The aim of our courses on entitlements welding is to prepare participants comprehensively and reliably for work as a welder in Poland and the European Union. During the training, trainees will learn about the applications of the most modern welding methods, learning on professional machines. Our course is dedicated to those wishing to start a career as a welder. We also invite people who have a welder's booklet to the training courses so that they can update their knowledge and skills.  

What are the requirements for taking the course and exam?  

  • at least 18 years of age,  
  • at least primary education,  
  • a medical certificate stating that you are fit to work as a welder. 


After completing the course, each student passes a theoretical and practical exam. After passing both parts of the exam, the candidates receive a welder's booklet or an entry in an existing booklet signed by the Welding Institute in Gliwice and an EN 287 - 1 certificate. We also have exams which end with receiving a UDT, TUV or DNV welder's certificate.  

Everything you need to know about welding  

Welding is the joining of fusible materials - mainly metals and their alloys. This process is carried out by melting the edges of the parts to be joined. We distinguish between such welding methods as:  

MIG/MAG welding
  • gas welding, 
  • covered electrode welding, 
  • gas-shielded non-fusible electrode welding, 
  • MIG/MAG welding, 
  • submerged arc welding,  
  • gas-shielded welding.  

We train in all welding methods with a view to comprehensively preparing future welders for the workplace. Professional knowledge of all welding techniques ensures quick employment due to the versatile and rare skills. The welding profession is in demand on the labour market.  

Training and service offer  

We also offer other training courses for handling equipment and service equipment such as:  

  • cranes, 
  • cranes, 
  • cranes,  
  • telescopic handlers,  
  • forklifts,  
  • mobile platforms.  

We service all types of welding machines and help you choose the manufacturers of these machines! 

We warmly invite you to sign up for training!  

Questions and answers

What are the welding methods?

We distinguish between the following welding methods: gas, coated electrode, gas-shielded non-melting electrode, MIG/MAG, submerged arc welding, gas-shielded welding.

Where does the training take place?

Training takes place at our training centres located in major cities across Poland or at the client's premises.

What is the training programme?

Our training courses are divided into theoretical and practical parts. During the theoretical part, trainees learn about the construction of welding machines, the application of specific welding methods or information on legal regulations.