Free Seminar Promotion

Free Seminar Promotion

Centennial Savings – FREE CWI Seminar

May 5−11, 2019
AWS Headquarters, Miami, FL

To celebrate our 100-year anniversary, AWS is giving qualified** CWI Exam applicants the opportunity to take our CWI Seminar for FREE*! The CWI Seminar is a comprehensive five-day, instructor-led seminar that reviews the complete body of knowledge required of a CWI, including welding fundamentals (Part A), practical inspection (Part B), and code book navigation (Part C). We’re looking for people who have never taken the exam and want to participate in an intensive prep course just prior to being tested.

MEMBERSNON−MEMBERS
Full Price:
Centennial Savings:
$2,466
$1,570
Full Price:
Centennial Savings:
$2,720
$1,825
SAVE $896 (almost 60%)SAVE $895 (almost 50%)

 

Space is limited to 60 candidates!

Act before April 24, 2019 to save your spot!


Details and Considerations:

  • **Only applicants taking the CWI Seminar and Exam for the first time are eligible for this promotional offer. Repeat, retest or recertification candidates are not eligible to apply.
  • Attendees will take Part B of the CWI Exam immediately following the seminar and must take CWI Exam Parts A and C within sixty (60) days via computer-based testing with our partners at Prometric.
  • *Seminar instruction is free. Books and training materials are included in the Centennial Savings rate. Candidates are responsible for exam-related fees, as well as any travel-related expenses.
  • All books and printed materials will be shipped to candidates upon registration to begin the assigned pre-work.
  • Attendees will be provided light refreshments during breaks. Meals are not included.


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