The Welding Institute


Events

From technical group webinars, global institute webinars to branch activities that include technical talks, visits and social events, there are so many opportunities for you to develop both your professional and social networks.

Forthcoming events:

Upcoming events

    • 17 Apr 2024
    • 6:30 PM
    • National Hyperbaric Centre, 123 Ashgrove Rd W, Aberdeen AB16 5FA
    North Scottish Branch Site Visit

    This is a joint event organised by our North Scottish Branch and the North Scottish Branch of the IMeche. Members of both organisations and non-members are very welcome to join us.

    This site to the National Hyperbaric Centre in Aberdeen visit will consist of a tour of the facilities including the saturation dive system, a presentation on the capabilities of the NHC and a basic introduction to saturation diving and hyperbaric welding. There will be opportunity for questions during the tour & presentation.

    Please bring safety shoes and arrive prior to 18:30 as the event will start promptly. In order to maximise numbers, tours & presentation may be split into separate groups.

    Please note, spaces are limited so book early!

    To book your place, please visit the IMechE website via the link below; 

    National Hyperbaric Centre Visit, Joint IMechE TWI Event

    Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.

    Additional Information:

    ·         Registration for this event will close 24 hours before the start.

    ·         Live event only

    ·         Registration details will be shared with our volunteers to facilitate this event.


      • 17 Apr 2024
      • 7:00 PM
      • Online (Teams)
      Register
      South Western and South Wales Branch Technical Talk

      This free event is organised by our South Western and South Wales Branch for our members. Other members and non-members are very welcome to join us.

      Overview:-  This presentation about diffusion bonding should be of interest to academics and particularly the research engineers who are looking for new value-added manufacturing processes. Diffusion bonding is normally used to bond the alloys, composites and ceramics which cannot be joined using conventional welding processes such as arc or laser welding. Fundamentals of solid-state diffusion bonding of similar or dissimilar alloys and latest developments in the field will be outlined. Exemplary applications will include fabrication of key components for vaccine sterilisers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

        Speakers:-  Dr Amir Shirzadi (Senior Lecturer in Materials Engineering, The Open University)

        Speaker Biography:-  Dr Amir A. Shirzadi is a Senior Lecturer in Materials Engineering at The Open University (UK) and the Director of Cambridge Joining Technology Limited (www.cjt-limited.com). Dr Shirzadi received his PhD on Diffusion Bonding from the University of Cambridge in 1998. He has more than 40 publications and been granted several USA, UK and European Patents, all related to his inventions on joining methods. Dr Shirzadi is a Charter Engineer, Fellow of The Welding Institute (TWI) and Fellow of Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.

        Additional Information:

        ·         Registration for this event will close 24 hours before the start.

        ·         Live event only

        ·         Registration details maybe shared with our volunteers to facilitate this event.

        Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.


          • 18 Apr 2024
          • 6:00 PM
          • ONLINE (Zoom)
          Register
          West Midlands Branch Technical Talk   

          This is a West Midlands Branch event organised and run by the West Midlands Branch Committee on behalf of Branch members. Other members and non-members are very welcome to register for this talk. .

          Overview: Tanks were originally developed as ‘armoured landships’ to try and break the stalemate of trench warfare in WW1. Since then they have developed rapidly, combining the three principle concepts of Firepower, Mobility and Protection. This talk will examine that ‘Iron Triangle’, looking at the interplay of technology and tactics which led to very different tank designs entering service with different armies, and consider if the latest developments in anti-tank systems – widely seen in Ukraine – have now rendered the tank obsolete.

          Speaker: Steve Cater (TWI Ltd)

          Speaker Biographies: Steve is responsible for research into the friction stir welding (FSW) of both thick section light metal alloys such as aluminium and magnesium, and high plasticisation point materials such as steel, titanium and nickel-based alloys.  A metallurgist by training, and winner of the Richard Weck Award for his work on steel, Stephen led TWI’s Core Research Programme (CRP) into the development of FSW for steel, and also led the welding elements of two recent projects looking at steel FSW for marine construction.

          Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.

          Additional Information:

          • Registration for this event will close 24 hours before the start.
          • Live event only
          • Registration details will be shared with our Branch volunteers in order to facilitate the running of the event.



          • 22 Apr 2024
          • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
          • Online (Teams)
          Register
          CPD Webinar     

          New to recording CPD and don’t know where to start? Or looking for a refresher? Join us as we talk you through what to record, why you should record your CPD and of course how.

          EVENT DETAILS:

          The what, why and how of CPD. Attendees will give you the knowledge and resources needed to successfully and efficiently capture your own Continuous Professional Development (CPD) record and plan.  

          WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

          This webinar is available for anyone who has a Professional Membership, Engineering Council Registration or someone who is beginning a career in the Welding/Engineering Industry.

          CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD): 

          Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.

          ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

          • Registration for this event will close 24 hours before the start.
          • Virtual event only
          • 25 Apr 2024
          • 5:30 PM
          • Online (via Zoom)
          Register
          East Midlands Branch Technical Talk

          This is an East Midlands Branch event organised and run by our East Midlands for its members. Other members and non-members are welcome to join us.

          Overview:  During this presentation, Patric will discuss various crucial aspects, covering the following points:

          1. Evolution of Certification

             - Explore the shift from mandatory to voluntary certification.

             - Examine its utilization by internal and external stakeholders, along with accredited  certified bodies.

          2. ECWRV Recognition and MCB:

             - Discuss the significance of ECWRV recognition and its impact on Manufacturer Certification Bodies (MCB).

          3. Responsibility and Qualification:

             - Emphasize the manufacturer's responsibility for personnel qualification and product quality.

             - Highlight the importance of manufacturer welding personnel being qualified according to EN ISO 14731 and EN 15085-2 Annex D.

          4. Certification Standards:

             - Clarify the distinction between certified welding personnel, following IIW education, as strongly recommended but not mandatory.

          5. Safety Relevance and Classification:

             - Explore the safety relevance of different activities and the importance of classification levels.

              Speaker: Patric Arlt, Dipl.Ing SFI, IWE/EWE (Schwellstechnische Lehr -und Veruchsanstalt Halle GmbH)

              Speaker Biography: With 46 years of experience in the welding industry, Patric Arlt is a distinguished member of the German Welding Institute, SLV Halle, and DVS Zert Germany. Patric manages the rail vehicle department for the Online Register EN 15085 and is an auditor for EN ISO 3834, EN 1090, and EN 15085. Patric also plays a pivotal role in organizing the approval and recognition of manufacturer certification bodies and auditors within the ECWRV committee. Additionally, he actively contributes to several working groups for DIN and CEN Rail Vehicle Standards Committee, focusing on Applications and DVS Industry 4.0.

              This presentation promises valuable insights into the evolving landscape of certification and the intricate relationships within the welding industry.

              Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.

              Additional Information:

              • Registration for this event will close 24 hours before the start.
              • Live event only
              • Registration details maybe shared with our Branch volunteers to help facilitate this event.



              • 25 Apr 2024
              • 6:30 PM
              • Allister Moore Welding, Unit 4 McKinney Industrial Estate, 58 Mallusk Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim, BT36 4PX
              Register
              Northern Ireland Branch    

              This is a Northern Ireland Branch event organised and run by our Northern Ireland Branch for its members. Other members and non-members are welcome to join us.

              Overview: This Branch site visit will look at advances in Welding Processes including Cobot welding & Weld Cloud from ESAB with speakers & demonstrations from ESAB and Olympus Technologies.

              Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.

              Additional Information:

              • Light refreshments will be available
              • Please dress appropriately for a working environment.
              • In person event only
              • Registration details maybe shared with our Branch volunteers and hosts to help facilitate this event.
              • 26 Apr 2024
              • 7:00 PM
              • Middlesbrough Football Club, Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough TS3 6RS
              Teesside Branch Annual Dinner

              Teesside Branch

              ANNUAL DINNER

              FRIDAY 26th April 2024

              Middlesbrough Football Club, Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough TS3 6RS

              (Legends Lounge). 

              19:00 for a 19:30 start

              It is Teesside Branch Committee’s pleasure to once again welcome you and your guests to this year’s ANNUAL DINNER.


              Applications for tickets should be made as soon as possible and not later than 12th April 2024Please complete and return the our reply form and send it together with your payment to reserve your tickets.

              DRESS CODE IS LOUNGE SUITS

              We hope to see you there!


              Teesside Branch Committee

              • 29 Apr 2024
              • 6:00 PM
              • Hybrid:-TWI Technology Centre, Wallis Way, Catcliffe, Rotherham S60 5TZ AND online (Zoom)
              Register
              Sheffield Branch Technical Talk

              This is a Sheffield Branch event organised and run by our Sheffield Branch for its members. Other members and non-members are welcome to join us.

              Overview: TWI’s 3-year RESURGAM project for friction stir welding (FSW) steel has been completed and the speaker will present content which is only now able to be publicised. Highlights are being able to weld steel up to 25mm thick and to do so in air and under water – an output of the project was a prototype ROV that can weld patches to damaged ships without them needing to go into dry dock.

              Welding steel has long been something of a Holy Grail in the FSW community. The process was invented by Wayne Thomas at TWI for the joining of aluminium in 1991 and quickly adopted by industry for the fabrication of structures where the high strength, toughness, good fatigue life and low distortion produced by the process were required. The technique was soon further developed for the welding of other difficult to weld metals such as magnesium, copper and titanium. FSW of steel, however, remained elusive. For many years TWI has been working to industrialise the process in steel and has now reached the stage where it is possible to weld both carbon and stainless steels in lengths up to 30m in 12mm thick metal using a single pass process or 25mm thick using a double pass process. Welding takes place in the transformation temperature regimen and it is possible, by careful choice of the welding parameters, to produce welds that are stronger, tougher and more fatigue resistant than the original parent metal, and with low distortion and good corrosion resistance. Welds have been made in air, under water and under oil, all with excellent properties. 

              Speaker:  Steve Cater FRIN MEI ARINA AWeldI

              Speaker Biography: Stephen Cater is a Principal Project Leader at TWI’s Yorkshire Technology Centre, responsible for research into the friction stir welding (FSW) of both thick section light metal alloys such as aluminium and magnesium, and high plasticisation point materials such as steel, titanium and nickel based alloys. A metallurgist by training, and winner of the Richard Weck Award for his work on steel, Stephen led TWI’s Core Research Programme (CRP) into the development of FSW for steel, and also led the welding elements of two recent projects looking at FSW for marine construction. These programmes were HILDA (High Integrity Low Distortion Assembly) and MOSAIC (Materials Onboard: Steel Advancements and Integrated Composites). Stephen is currently leading the effort for the marinisation of FSW of steel for the RESURGAM research project. Prior to joining TWI, Stephen served as a soldier with experience of both combat tours and technical attachments to DSTL (Defence Science & Technology Laboratory)

              Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.

              Additional Information:

              • Sandwich Buffet served from 17:30
              • Registration for this event will close 48 hours before the start.
              • Live event only
              • Registration details maybe shared with our Branch volunteers to help run the event.
              • 30 Apr 2024
              • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
              • Online (Zoom)
              • 420
              Register


              Technical Group Webinar

              JOIN OUR WELDING AND JOINING PROCESSES TECHNICAL GROUP (TG2) WEBINAR

              Who should attend? 

              Welders, welding foremen, welding apprentices, welding technologists/engineers and those just entering the welding industry.

              What will you learn? 

              The reasons for, and the benefits of, applying the correct preheat to carbon and low alloy steels – and some of the consequences of NOT applying the correct preheat; where to obtain advice on recommended preheat levels and the advantages and disadvantages of the various preheating methods.

              Relevant Industry Sectors

              Structural steel, pressure vessel, heavy engineering, oil and gas industries

              Expert from industry will be presenting on a range of topics:

              • EUR ING Gene Mathers CEng, MSc, Dip IIM, FWeldI, EWE, IWE, Welding Consultant 

              FEES

              • Professional Members of The Welding Institute:
                • AWeldI: £25 + VAT (£30)
                • TechWeldI/MWeldI/FWeldI: Free 
              • Industrial Members of TWI Ltd: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • Non-members: £95 + VAT (£114)
              • Retired Members: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • Students: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • TWI Training Customers: £75 + VAT (£90)
              • TWI Training School Customers with professional membership: Free: Please contact us with your Training Customer ID Number  

              TWI Staff - please contact Hafiza Rahman if you wish to register.

              Please note that payment must be made before the event in order to receive the joining instructions for the event.


              CAN'T MAKE IT ON THE DAY?

              If you can't join us on the day, you can still access the recording of the webinar and the presentations by registering ahead of the event.*

              *presentation dissemination is dependent on presenter consent.


              ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (AWeldI) OF THE WELDING INSTITUTE

              Registering on this Technical Group webinar as a non-member or a TWI Training Customer without Professional Membership gives you full Associate Membership (AWeldI) for one year. To activate your membership, just complete the highlighted fields on the event registration form.

              You will also benefit from:


              BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THIS WEBINAR
              • Information transfer from experts
              • Discussion, questions and answers on the specific topics
              • A broader understanding of the extent of standards in the industry
              • Attendance of this event qualifies for CPD 

              CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)

              The Welding Institute awards points towards CPD for delegates attending this webinar. Every hour attendance of an event will earn 2 points towards your continuing professional development.

              Please contact hafiza.rahman@twi.co.uk if you require a certificate of attendance towards your continuing professional development.


              MEET OUR EXPERT

              Gene has over 40 years industrial experience working in pipeline, power generation, heavy engineering, nuclear and the pressure vessel fabrication industries.

              Gene worked for NEI-International Combustion Ltd. as the company’s Welding and Metallurgy Manager and latterly Quality Manager for some 10 years before joining TWI Ltd in 1991 as Manager, School of Welding Technology, where he controlled and administered courses ranging from hands on skills training to classroom based welding engineering courses for postgraduate engineers. 

              Gene then moved into the role of Principal Consultant in the Manufacturing Services Group before taking retirement in 2007. Since then he has provided a welding engineering consultancy service as a private consultant.

              • 9 May 2024
              • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
              • Online (Zoom)
              • 458
              Register


              Technical Group Webinar

              JOIN OUR OFFSHORE ENERGY/PRESSURE AND PROCESS PLANT TECHNICAL GROUPS (TG4/TG5) WEBINAR

              Who should attend? 

              Integrity management, inspection and plant operations personnel interested in how different industrial sectors manage their approach to inspection, maintenance and engineering assessment in late life and life extension phases.

              Relevant Industry sectors 

              Cross industry within the power sector (oil and gas, renewables, nuclear) -  integrity and inspection

              What will you learn? 

              This event is intended to highlight and compare the way in which different industry sectors approach the management of inspection and integrity as the plant they are operating enters the late life phase and possibly beyond original design life.

              Integrity management strategies operate under differing legislative regimes and constraints, as well as operational and financial.

              The modification, or otherwise, of asset integrity management and maintenance strategies as plant ages and demonstrations of continuing fitness-for-service that may be required will be described for a range of industries.


              Experts from industry will be presenting on a range of topics:

              • Matthew Henderson, Technical Asset Manager - Substructure and Asset Lifecycle, SSE Renewables on Integrity management within SSE’s offshore wind portfolio, and planning for life extension. 
              • Laura Scott, Lead RBI Engineer, TAQA 
              • Speaker 3 - TBC 
              • Speaker 4 - TBC 

              FEES

              • Professional Members of The Welding Institute:
                • AWeldI: £25 + VAT (£30)
                • TechWeldI/MWeldI/FWeldI: Free 
              • Industrial Members of TWI Ltd: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • Non-members: £95 + VAT (£114)
              • Retired Members: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • Students: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • TWI Training Customers: £75 + VAT (£90)
              • TWI Training School Customers with professional membership: Free: Please contact us with your Training Customer ID Number  

              TWI Staff - please contact Hafiza Rahman if you wish to register.

              Please note that payment must be made before the event in order to receive the joining instructions for the event.


              CAN'T MAKE IT ON THE DAY?

              If you can't join us on the day, you can still access the recording of the webinar and the presentations by registering ahead of the event.*

              *presentation dissemination is dependent on presenter consent.


              ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (AWeldI) OF THE WELDING INSTITUTE

              Registering on this Technical Group webinar as a non-member or a TWI Training Customer without Professional Membership gives you full Associate Membership (AWeldI) for one year. To activate your membership, just complete the highlighted fields on the event registration form.

              You will also benefit from:


              BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THIS WEBINAR
              • Information transfer from experts
              • Discussion, questions and answers on the specific topics
              • A broader understanding of the extent of standards in the industry
              • Attendance of this event qualifies for CPD 

              CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)

              The Welding Institute awards points towards CPD for delegates attending this webinar. Every hour attendance of an event will earn 2 points towards your continuing professional development.

              Please contact hafiza.rahman@twi.co.uk if you require a certificate of attendance towards your continuing professional development.


              MEET OUR EXPERTS

              Matthew Henderson 

              Integrity management within SSE’s offshore wind portfolio, and planning for life extension

              Matthew Henderson is the Technical Asset Manager – Substructure & Asset Lifecycle for SSE Renewables. Having worked for SSE for 6.5 years and as a contractor to their sites for 5 years previously, Matt can provide a backdrop for some of the challenges within older offshore wind farms, growing pains as they’ve expanded in size and how an operator prepares for life extension.

              • 23 May 2024
              • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
              • Online (Zoom)
              • 445
              Register


              Technical Group Webinar

              JOIN OUR OFFSHORE ENERGY TECHNICAL GROUP (TG4) WEBINAR

              Who should attend? 

              The event is focused on current welding technology and fabrication standards for fabrication of heavy wall offshore structures for the offshore wind sector. The event should be of interest to anyone involved in design, fabrication and operation of offshore assets, with emphasis on windfarms, e.g. to fabricators, designers, weld engineers, quality control personnel and windfarm developers.

              What will you learn? 

              The event is focused on the fabrication of heavy wall monopile and jacket structures for use offshore. These are highly utilised structures both in terms of peak loads, for example during installation, and fatigue requirements during operation. The challenge is to be able to scale up cost-effective production of “mass produced” assets while achieving the required quality and performance for over 20 years of operation with minimal maintenance.

              The event will concentrate on high productivity alternatives of current technology such as submerged arc welding and will explore promising future technologies such as additive manufacturing and electron beam welding.


              Experts from industry will be presenting on a range of topics:

              • Bart Theunissen, Manager Process Technology & Innovation, Sif on Practical Experience of Utilising Electron Beam Welding for Monopile Transition Piece Longitudinal Weld (Provisional)
              • Stephan Marre, Technical & Applications Director, Lincoln Electric on Improved Productivity Saw Process For Wind Turbine Towers
              • Declan Foley, Fabrication Quality Manager, SSER on Offshore Renewables Fabrication Standards
              • TBC, Lincoln Electric on Additive Manufacturing for Offshore Wind Industry
              • TBC, TWI Ltd on TBC 

              FEES

              • Professional Members of The Welding Institute:
                • AWeldI: £25 + VAT (£30)
                • TechWeldI/MWeldI/FWeldI: Free 
              • Industrial Members of TWI Ltd: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • Non-members: £95 + VAT (£114)
              • Retired Members: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • Students: £25 + VAT (£30)
              • TWI Training Customers: £75 + VAT (£90)
              • TWI Training School Customers with professional membership: Free: Please contact us with your Training Customer ID Number  

              TWI Staff - please contact Hafiza Rahman if you wish to register.

              Please note that payment must be made before the event in order to receive the joining instructions for the event.


              CAN'T MAKE IT ON THE DAY?

              If you can't join us on the day, you can still access the recording of the webinar and the presentations by registering ahead of the event.*

              *presentation dissemination is dependent on presenter consent.


              ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (AWeldI) OF THE WELDING INSTITUTE

              Registering on this Technical Group webinar as a non-member or a TWI Training Customer without Professional Membership gives you full Associate Membership (AWeldI) for one year. To activate your membership, just complete the highlighted fields on the event registration form.

              You will also benefit from:


              BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THIS WEBINAR
              • Information transfer from experts
              • Discussion, questions and answers on the specific topics
              • A broader understanding of the extent of standards in the industry
              • Attendance of this event qualifies for CPD 

              CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)

              The Welding Institute awards points towards CPD for delegates attending this webinar. Every hour attendance of an event will earn 2 points towards your continuing professional development.

              Please contact hafiza.rahman@twi.co.uk if you require a certificate of attendance towards your continuing professional development.


              MEET OUR EXPERTS

              Stephan Marre

              Stephan Marre is currently working in a welding consumable and welding equipment manufacturing company providing Industry leading welding solutions with extensive practical and theoretical knowledge of all major welding processes.

              Qualified European and International Welding Engineer and registered as Incorporated Engineer at the British Engineer Council having spent the first 4 years of his career working as a Welding Technician and Engineer in France.

              After moving to the UK, Stephan worked 2 years for a global Oil and Gas company, today, Stephan is holding the position of Technical & Applications Director, supporting top accounts and developing and deploying full industry solutions to solve customer issues and needs.


              Bob Beattie

              Bob Beattie supplied laser tracking systems for the world’s first monopile production line over 20 years ago. He is currently working on the world’s largest monopile factory, under construction in the UK. Between those projects, he has worked on laser vision and weld control for many different welding automation applications around the world.

              • 23 May 2024
              • 5:30 PM
              • Online (via Zoom)
              Register
              East Midlands Branch Technical Talk

              This is an East Midlands Branch event organised and run by our East Midlands for its members. Other members and non-members are welcome to join us.

              Overview: This presentation will explore the technical advancements made by  Safra into aluminium wires and their impact on the realm of aluminium railroad car construction looking at cutting-edge wire technology and its unique properties and practical applications in enhancing work safety and productivity. Michael will illustrate the advantages of the smooth surface of the aluminium wires which leave no residuals, and the technical aspects of trouble-free wire feeding, achieved through the elimination of torsional stress during payoff from the drums, resulting in longitudinal straight welding seams. This presentation will also consider the challenges of use in rail car construction, truck trailers and the automotive industry. 

              Speaker:  Michael Spiess Safra SPA

              Speaker Biography: Michael is responsible for the technical development, application engineering and worldwide sales. He has a background in thermal power generation where he worked on welding process development and maintenance for gas, steam and nuclear power stations across the globe. Michael has a particular interest in developing software for welding documentation.

              Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.

              Additional Information:

              • Registration for this event will close 24 hours before the start.
              • Live event only
              • Registration details maybe shared with our Branch volunteers to help facilitate this event.



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