The seminars that AWS offers will give you the tools you need to make the most out of your welding career. Whether you’re looking for better opportunities, or fulfilling company requirements, our wide range of seminars will help you take your welding career to the next level.
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.
As an AWS Certified Welding Inspector or Senior Certified Welding Inspector, you must renew your certification every three years. Every nine years, you must recertify, either by examination, obtaining approved endorsements, by recertification course, or by demonstrating 80 hours of continuing education, along with other requirements. Neglecting to recertify prior to your expiration will result in the loss of your certification status and will require you to retest on all parts of the original exam to regain your certification
The five-day AWS Certified Radiographic Interpreter (CRI) Seminar is designed to ensure that individuals have the knowledge to properly assess indications produced on radiographic media of weldments or adjacent base metal. It will prepare you for the CRI Certification exam, which is given at the end of each seminar week.
Welding Sales Representative Seminar Mar 10, 2017 09:57 AM
The Welding Sales Representative Seminar provides a detailed examination of the technical aspect of welding and welding equipment as they relate to sales, distribution and manufacturing. The seminar focuses on safety in welding, cutting and allied processes, the fundamental principles of welding operations and processes, basic arc equipment, shielding gases, consumables, and related components.
Welding Supervisors combine management skills with an extensive knowledge of welding processes and welding economics to plan, staff, monitor, and safely deliver welding projects according to schedule and budget. These responsibilities place welding supervisors in a unique position to increase productivity and quality in every industry that uses welding as a core process in the manufacture of their products.
AWS on-site training can make life less complicated and more rewarding for your company and your employees. Get a guaranteed combination of superior education plus convenience and affordability with one of our customized seminars.