Training events for staff in Romania and Hungary

  • What?
    Two short term joint staff training events, in Romania and Hungary

  • Who?
    Participants where European, International Welding Engineers or International Welding Inspectors, specialist in the field. Total of 51 participants: 20 project staff from National R&D Institute of Welding and Material Testing, and by 31 local participants

  • Where?
    Timisoara, Romania (C1), organised by ISIM; Miskolc, Hungary (C2), organised by the University of MISKOLC

  • When?
    C1 - 21st of July up to 07th of August 2018; C2 -8th to 25th of September 2018.

  • Why?
    To develop future trainers’ know-how in the field of Risk Management in Welding Fabrication; to assess and validate the course contents and materials, which were developed in the framework of the project

  • How?
    Enhancement of qualified personnel skills in the field of Risk Management in Welding Fabrication happen during two training courses of 72 hours. The first stage of training was held in Timisoara form 21st of July up to 07th of August 2018, with 26 participants. And the second stage, took place in Miskolc form 8th up to 25th of September 2018.

  • The events aimed at developping of the future trainers’ know-how of the project partners in the field of Risk Management in Welding Fabrication, also at gathering trainees’ feedbacks about the overall assessment of the courses.
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A detailed description of the course schedule and curricula is available here:

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The opinion, in both countries, deems it has a great importance in the current national context, since specialists in risk assessment and management in welding fabrication are scarce, and this curse has proven to be a way of training them. The course taught to engineers can give them the tools for risk analysis and management. The overall feedback received after completion of the Pilot Course provided by the RMWF project was very positive and reassuring of the work developed so far.