Certified Welding Inspector
The Certified Welding Inspector certification is more than a rewarding career. It involves great responsibility and remarkable skill demonstration. The CWI® is widely recognized, both nationally and internationally, and successful companies have come to rely on this AWS certification when ensuring the highest level of quality workmanship. As a Certified Welding Inspector, you will find this career path lucrative and rewarding. This certification can lead you to a career that is engaging and promising on all levels. If what you need is a stable career where you will thrive and find fulfillment, then the CWI certification is for you
As a CWI, you are expected to know a wide breadth of information, then combine that knowledge with practical experience. As a result, studying for the Certified Welding Inspector exam can be a daunting task. So why go at it alone? This 57-hour, self-paced interactive program combines six online courses to prepare you for the Certified Welding Inspector Seminar.
The Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) certification is one of the most popular certifications that we offer at the American Welding Society. It is widely recognized, both nationally and internationally, in the welding industry. Successful companies have come to rely on this AWS certification when ensuring the highest level of quality workmanship. With over 100 sessions to choose from, applicants can choose the location, date, and type of seminar package they want.
The Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) exam consists of three, two-hour parts: Fundamentals, Practical and Code Book. The Fundamentals portion evaluates the applicant’s knowledge of welding fundamentals. The Practical portion tests the applicant’s ability to visually identify and evaluate welding discontinuities. The Code Book portion gauges the applicant’s ability to find and apply information from the selected code book. The exam is held the Saturday following the CWI Seminar, at the same seminar location.
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