- Learning Objectives
- Mode of Delivery
- Training Timing
- Material Provided
- Who Should Attend?
- Group Discount (same company only)
- Course Outline
The AWS Certified Welding Inspector credential is one of the welding industry’s most recognized certifications. Many industry professionals who earn their CWI credential are highly regarded and sought-after throughout the welding industry. Becoming a CWI means that you have demonstrated the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities to earn this prestigious credential.
AAIS has a “learn to ace” approach, our team comprises professional and expert trainers who ensure to enhance your ability and skills through grasping knowledge about the specified course effectively. This CWI training course will provide a one-stop guide to the participants; The 8-Week Online CWI Seminar is designed to prepare students for all three parts of the Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) exam from the comfort of their own homes. The structure of the online seminar is similar to the traditional in-person CWI seminar, but is conducted in the form of interactive.
The course will serve as a sound refresher in welding inspection, particularly for practicing welding inspectors and anyone aspiring to be an AWS-certified welding inspector. The main emphasis is on what a professional welding inspector should know in actual practice. Course participants will undergo a rigorous program to get them well versed with the codes/standards in use, the fundamentals of welding inspector, and actual hands-on examinations of weld replicas with various inspection tools.
Mode of Delivery
Training will be conducted via Microsoft Team Meeting or at our Training Center.
Consecutive Saturdays at 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM GST
• Presentation Slides • Study References
Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of training.
Who Should Attend?
To qualify as a Certified Welding Inspector, you must pass a vision test and have a combination of qualifying education and work experience, with supporting documentation:
|Minimum Education||Minimum Work Experience|
Bachelor or higher degree in welding engineering or welding technology - (4) years maximum substitution
Minimum of (1) years welding based work experience
Associate or higher degree in welding or non-welding related engineering technology, engineering, or a physical science - (3) years maximum substitution
Minimum of (2) years welding based work experience
Engineering/Technical courses that can be applied to Bachelor or higher degree in Welding - (2) years maximum substitution
Minimum of (3) years welding based work experience
Trade/Vocational courses - (1) year maximum substitution for successfully completed courses
Minimum of (4) years welding based work experience
High school diploma or approved high school equivalency diploma
Minimum of (5) years welding based work experience
8th grade level of schooling
Minimum of (9) years welding based work experience
Less than 8th grade
Minimum of (12) years welding based work experience
Group Discount (same company only)
• 15% Discount for groups of 5 or more.
• 10% Discount for groups of 3-4.
|AWS CWI: Certified Welding Inspector||3000 EGP|
- Welding Inspection and Certification
- Safe Practices for welding Inspector
- Metal Joining Processes
- Weld Joining Geometry and Welding Symbols
- Documents Governing Welding Inspection and Qualification
- Metal Properties and Destructive Testing
- Metric Practice for Welding Inspectors
- Welding Metallurgy
- Weld and Base metal discontinuities
- Visual Inspection and other NDE Methods and symbols.
- General Requirements for practical
- Workmanship Requirements and Visual Inspection Acceptance Criteria – Structural Steel, Pipeline, and Pressure Piping
- Procedure Qualification Requirement Requirements (WPS, PQR)
- Performance Qualification Requirements
- Specification of Equipment and Materials for welds containing filler metal additives
- Qualification of Welders
- Design and Preparation of a Joint for Production Welding
- Inspection and Testing of Production Welds
- Procedure and Acceptance Standards for NDT
- Repair and Removal of Defects
- Mechanized Welding with filler metal additions
- Automatic Welding without filler metal additions