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1 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 VWTS The new educational course for welders Holger Havenith Uwe Koppel Heinz M. Klein

2 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Table of contents  Activity oriented educational concept  Training course MAG fillet weld/butt weld in accordance with guideline IIW 1111 – „International welder“  Outlook Education using VWTS as an International Welder Development of VWTS

3 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Demands on welders  Ability for adjusting parameters  Good manual skills  Self evaluation of the welds Target: Improvement of the quality of education of welders

4 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Education model acc. to guideline IIW 1111 – International welder  Increasing degree of difficulty - from easy to difficult - taking of welders‘ exams of one level (P FW, P BW, T FW, T BW)  Differentiation into the fields of thin sheet and plate materials etc.  Completely program on special knowledge

5 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Principles of education PerformingVerifying Planning Complete action  Activity oriented learning 1.Planning/anticipating 2.Performing 3.Verifying/Evaluating/Assessing

6 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Teaching principles for working on the VWTS  Education is performed on the 4-stages principle  Preparation  Presentation  Performance  Conclusion  The more learning channels are activated, the more remains in long-term memory VWTS activates all learning channels: hearing, the eye, emotions, practical action, discussions…  Phases of self-learning and trial will support the capability to act

7 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 New opportunities due to VWTS  Formation of groups on a system  Create extensive phases of trial for the trainee  Intrinsic motivation due to competitions  Immediate feedback by the system and trainer during the welding process  Trainer can observe several participants (Working in natural light more than in the booth)

8 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Draft of a guideline DVS  Scope of use  Relation trainer- participant  Requirements on shop size  Minimum requirements of the systems used  Requirements to trainers and future demand on qualification

9 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Use of the systems  Primarily at the beginning of the training and for beginners in the welding process, respectively  For every new position in the field of thin sheet and thick plates  Every time the manipulation of objects and torch are presented to groups  Max. two half days per position

10 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Training MAG fillet weld / butt weld - Curriculum  Basis: DVS-IIW-guideline 1111 „International welder“  Implementation to common training  Orientation to educational practice of the educational centers  Duration of eight weeks  Still low proportion of VWTS in the education (due to system!)  VWTS-use never takes longer than half a day  Exact curriculum

11 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Training course MAG fillet weld/ butt weld – Teaching principles  Use of new teaching possibilities by groups/self-learning  Use of new ergonomic possibilities by observing of welder's positions  Exact instructions to trainers

12 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview training PB 3 mm Day 3 DayTime Locati on Posi- tion Acc. to RLActivities/ContentTargetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 particip ant P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each training unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants 10 min. in total - Training with increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates the welding participant by questionnaire - Certain score to be obtained as group target - 30 min. group discussion - Operating of the VWTS (choosing of profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering of torch manipulation - Mastering of welder's position - Exchange with other participants - Self evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Group target of an overall score without auxiliary parameters - Explain operation of the VWTS - Explain differences to cabin - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder's position and correct it, if necessary - Evaluate weld together with participant - Assign participant adequate overall score to be obtained - Reference to shop book for notes 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Operating the welding equipment (built up, and adjusting of parameters) - Reproduction of trainer’s manipulation of torch and position - Self evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Correct torch manipulation, correct welder's position - Repetition of torch and power source as well as different effects of parameters - Evaluate weld together with participant

13 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Future improvement of the VWTS  Reference to expert knowledge - Grading acc. to progress/level - In the form of questions, films, parameter settings (multimedia) - Explaining of errors during the evaluation  Operation acc. to power sources with all parameters  Easy change of user with automatic saving of all data  Higher position density (all positions acc. to RL 1111 in the system)

14 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Thank you very much for your attention !

15 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 2 DayTime Locati on Posi- tion In accor- dance with RLActivity/ContentTeaching targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 particip ant P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guidelin e 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Necessary parameters per participant: (2x 15 min.) Speed: 2 x 15 min.. speed + stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates den welding participant using questionnaire - Operating of the VWTS (choosing of profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering of torch manipulation - Mastering welder’s position - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Explain operation of the VWTS - Distinguish differences to actual welding - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluate the weld together with the participant 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guidelin e 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Presentation by the trainer approx. 20 min. - Then participants starts working independently step by step - Operating the welding equipment (built-up, adjusting of parameters) - Reproducing the torch manipulation and welder’s position for welding -Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of welds) - Explain power source and torch - State effects of current intensity, wire feed and torch manipulation - Evaluate weld together with participant

16 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 2 DayTime Locati on Posi- tion In accorda nce with RLActivity/contentsTeaching targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 particip ant P FW PB 3 mm DVS guideline 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each training unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants approx. 40 min. - Training with increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. speed + Stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - observing participant evaluates the welding participant using a questionnaire - Operating the VWTS (Choosing profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering of torch manipulation - Mastering of welder’s position - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Explain operation of VWTS - Distinguish differences to actual welding - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluate weld together with participant 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Presentation by trainer approx. 20 min - Then independent working of participant step by step - Operating the welding equipment (built-up, adjusting of parameters) - Reproducing the torch manipulation and trainer’s position for welding - Self-evaluation of weld (detection of imperfections) - Explain power source and torch - State effects of current intensity, wire feed and torch manipulation - Evaluate weld together with participant

17 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 2 DayTime locati on Posi- tion In accor- dance with RLActivity/ContentTraining targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 partici- pants P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each training unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants questionnaire approx. 40 min. - Training with increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. speed + Stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates the welding participant using a questionnaire - Operating the VWTS (choosing of profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering the torch manipulation - Mastering the welder’s position - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) -Explaining the VWTS - Explaining the differences to actual welding - Explaining torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluate weld together with participant 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Presentation by the trainer for approx. 20 min. - Then stepwise independent working of participant - Operating the welding equipment (built up, adjusting of parameters) - Reproducing the torch manipulation and trainer’s position for welding - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Explaining of power source and torch - State the effects of the current intensity, wire feed and torch manipulation - Evaluate weld together with the participant

18 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 2 DayTime Locati on Posi- tion In accor- dance with RLActivity/ContentTraining targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 partici- pants P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each welding unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants approx. 40 min. - Training with increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. speed + Stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates the welding participant using questionnaire - Operating the VWTS (Choosing the profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering of torch manipulation - Mastering of welder’s position - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Explain operation of VWTS - Distinguish differences to actual welding - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluate weld together with participant 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Presentation by the trainer approx. 20 min. - Then independent working of participant step by step - Operating the welding equipment, built-up, adjusting of parameters) - Reproducing of torch manipulation and trainer’s position for welding - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Explain power source and torch - State effects of current intensity, wire feed and torch manipulation - Evaluate weld together with participant

19 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 2 DayTime Locati on Posi- tion In accor- dance with RLActivity/ContentTraining targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 partici- pants P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each welding unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants approx. 40 min. - Training with increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. speed + Stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates the welding participant using a questionnaire - Operating the VWTS (Choosing profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering of torch manipulation - Mastering of welder’s position - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Explaining the VWTS - Distinguish differences to actual welding - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluate weld together with participant 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Presentation by the trainer approx. 20 min - Then stepwise independent work of participant - Operating the welding equipment (built-up, adjusting of parameters) - Reproducing torch manipulation and trainer’s position for welding - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Explain power source and torch - State effects of current intensity, wire feed and torch manipulation - Evaluate weld together with participant

20 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 3 DayTime Locati on Posi- tion In accor- dance with RLActivity/ContentTraining targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 partici- pants P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each training unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants 10 min. in total - Training increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates the welding participant using a questionnaire - Obtaining certain score as group target - 30 min. group discussion - Operating the VWTS (choosing profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering of torch manipulation - Mastering of welder’s position - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Group target of an overall scope without auxiliary parameters - Explaining of operation of VWTS - State differences to booth - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluation weld together with participant - Assign the participant an adequate score to be obtained 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Operating the welding equipment (built-up, adjusting of parameters) - Reproducing of torch manipulation and trainer’s position for welding - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Correct torch manipulation - Correct welder’s position - Repetition of torch and power source as well as of different parameter effects - Evaluation weld together with participant - Reference to shop book for notes

21 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 3 DayTime Locati on Posi- tion In accor- dance with RLActivity/ContentTraining targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 partici- pants P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guidelin e 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each training unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants 10 min. in total - Training with increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates the welding participant using a questionnaire - Obtain certain score as group target - 30 min. group discussion - Operating the VWTS (Choosing profile, Parameter einstellen) - command der Brenner- haltung - Berherrschen der Körper- - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Group target of an overall score without auxiliary parameters - Explain operation of the VWTS - Distinguish differences to booth - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluate weld together with participant - Assign the participant an adequate overall score to be obtained - Referring to the shop book for notes 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guidelin e 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Operating the Schweißgerätes (Aufbau, adjusting of parameters) - Brenner- und Körperhaltung - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Correct torch manipulation - Correct welder’s position - Repeated explanation on torch and power source as well as different parameter effects - Evaluate weld together with the participant - Mastering of the torch manipulation - Mastering of the welder’s position - Reproducing of torch manipulation and trainer’s position

22 GSI-Gesellschaft für Schweißtechnik International mbH, Niederlassung Bildungszentren Rhein-Ruhr April 15 Overview of training PB 3 mm Day 3 DayTime Loca- tion Posi- tion In accor- dance with RLActivity/ContentTraining targetsDemand on trainer hours VWTS 2-3 partici- pants P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Trainer permanently present - Virtual welding with protective clothing - participants weld alternately after each training unit - Preparation and duration of presentation for both participants 10 min. in total - Training with increasing auxiliary parameters per participant: (2 x 15 min. speed, 2 x 15 min. stick out, 2 x 10 min. all parameters, indiv. 15 min. for breaks) - Observing participant evaluates the welding participant using questionnaire - Obtaining certain score as group target - 30 min. group discussion - Operating the VWTS (choosing profile, adjusting of parameters) - Mastering of torch manipulation - Mastering of welder’s position - Exchange with other participants - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Group target of an overall score without accessory parameters - Explain operation of the VWTS - Distinguish differences to booth - Explain torch manipulation for each training unit - Demonstrate welder’s position and correct it - Evaluated weld together with participant - Assign the participant an adequate overall score to be obtained - Reference to the shop book for notes 4.25 hours booth P FW PB 3 mm DVS- guideline 1111 M 1 - Practicing under actual conditions - Explaining and understanding of welding processes - Operating the welding equipment (built-up, adjusting of parameters) - Reproduce torch manipulation and trainer’s position - Self-evaluation of the weld (detection of imperfections) - Correct torch manipulation - Correct welder’s position - Repeated explanation of torch and power source as well as different parameter effects - Evaluate weld together with participant


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