Welding courses where the students make bush BBQs that can be used for open fires. Very useful in the bush. Mig welding and manual arc welding courses in remote parts of the NT. These courses are great for bush people that use BBQs over fires for cooking.
Train Safe NT can travel to remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory and run welding courses for the shire council or ranger groups or CDP groups. The training is very useful as you can learn how to use a mig and arc welder so you can fix steel structures or make things that you need for your job. The last group make bush BBQs that are simple and strong these are great for an open fire, you just place the BBQ over the fire and feed the logs in. There were a few different models some had star pickets as feet this allowed the cook to adjust the height of the BBQ by standing on each end and the star pickets went into the ground.
The checker plate was on the top so when you cooked steak it left a checker plate burn on the steak just like Hogs Breath.
These are tough and easy to carry around very suitable for bush camping and the students learnt how to operate grinders, cut off saws, migs, arc welders, tape measures and PPE. Safety was a very important part of the training its very easy to burn yourself when working with steel as its getts extremly hot.
Welding can be artistic, the mig was used to make flowers.
Garden settings made with old car parts, steel and junk. Welding Courses