DO YOU QUALIFY?
To qualify as a Certified Associate 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|
|High school diploma or hold a state or military approved high school equivalency diploma (e.g. GED)||2 years|
|At least 8th grade||4 years|
|Less than 8th grade||6 years|
|At least 8th grade with a minimum of one year of vocational education and training in a welding curriculum||3 years|
|2 years post-high school education in a welding curriculum or engineering technology, engineering, or physical science||6 months|
B5.1 - Specification for the Qualification of Welding Inspectors
Photo ID Requirements
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|CAWI Exam Only||850||1065|
|CAWI to CWI Upgrade: Non-Exam
(Only CAWI applicants who originally passed with CWI scores)
|CAWI Retest (Per Part)||275||275***|
|CAWI Retest (All Parts)||595||810|
|CAWI D1.1 Seminar and Exam Package||2080||2295|
|D1.1 Code Clinic, Welding Inspection Technology, Visual Inspection Workshops, Exam & D1.1 codebook included|
|– Discount Rate For CAWI/CWI Pre-Seminar||
|CAWI API-1104 Seminar and Exam Package||1855||2070|
|API-1104 Code Clinic, Welding Inspection Technology, Visual Inspection Workshops, Exam (API-1104 codebook NOT included)|
|– Discount Rate For CWI Pre-Seminar||750||750|
NOTE: PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
* Non-Member price includes a 3-year AWS Individual Membership unless otherwise noted.
*** No additional membership included with this price
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