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Microsoft gantt project planner. CSWIP Certification Scheme: it has 3 level. Level 1: 3.0 Visual Welding Inspector; Level 2: 3.1 Welding Inspector; Level 3: 3.2 Senior Welding Inspector; Renewals CSWIP certificate: 5 years CV assessment; 10 years Renewal examination; Examination ( 3.1 ): Closed book exam (Any standard/code required for the examinations will be provided on the. The CSWIP Visual Welding Inspector, Welding Inspector and Senior Welding Inspector are some of the most widely used welding inspection certifications in the welding industry. CSWIP is considered by many (both individuals and employers alike), as the most reliable welding inspection competence assurance available due to the integrity.
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Cswip 3.1 Level 2 Dfd
Experienced welding inspectors and quality control staff, especially those who are proceeding to the CSWIP Senior Welding Inspector examination. It is essential that course members have a knowledge of the subjects covered in the course Welding Inspector before joining this course.It is the responsibility of the examination candidates to either hold CSWIP Welding Inspector 3.1 or consider attending the Welding Inspector course and examination (WIS5E) prior to this course/examination.The CSWIP 3.2 Senior Welding Inspector course covers a wide range of subjects and therefore it is advisable for the student to do some preparation before attending the course.
QA and QC; destructive testing; heat treatments; welding procedures; welding dissimiliar; residual stress and distortion; weldability; weld fractures; welding symbols; non-destructive testing; welding consumables; weld repairs; specifications; joint design; HSLA and quenched and tempered steels; arc energy and heat input.As can be seen from the above, there are sixteen different subjects and therefore a good prior knowledge or preparatory work of these would give any student a significant advantage before they attempt the course and examination.The CSWIP 3.2 course builds on knowledge from the CSWIP 3.1 Welding Inspector course, therefore it is advisable to refresh knowledge by reading the course material. There are various sources where a student can gain knowledge of the subjects mentioned. Here is a list of good welding handbooks which can be purchased:
- A C Davies The science and Practice of Welding & The Practice of Welding
- AWS Welding Handbook Volumes One and Two
- Jeffus Welding Principles and applications
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In addition, candidates can purchase TWI’s online CSWIP 3.2 Senior Welding Inspector Pre-Learning package which prepares them for the course.
Additional Information :
- Enrolment on this course does not constitute reservation of an examination. All courses may be followed by a CSWIP Welding Inspector examination for candidates with appropriate experience as specified in CSWIP document WI-6-92. See CSWIP document available for download from the CSWIP website.
- Although this course covers most of the syllabus for the examination it does not include training in interpretation of radiographs. Examination candidates who do not possess a current CSWIP or PCN Radiographic Interpreter’s certificate should attend the Interpretation of Radiographs – Part B (light and dense metal welds) course and examination.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS :
- Certified Welding Inspector (Level 2) for a minimum of 2 years with job responsibilities in the areas listed in 1.2.1, 1.2.2 and 1.2.3 of CSWIP document WI-6-92 OR
- 5 years’ authenticated experience related to the duties and responsibilities listed in Clause 1.2.3, independently verified.
Cswip 3.1 Level 2 Level
In either case above candidates must hold a valid CSWIP Level 2 (3.1) certificate.
In addition to the above, candidates must comply with Clause 1.3.4 of document WI-6-92 available at www.cswip.com
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NDT Technicians are not 'WELDING INSPECTORS' they are what they are, Non Destructive Testing personnel.
They can assess a weld for compliance, visually, surface methods by - MPI, DPI
They can assess a weld internally by, UT, RT
I have been battling for years to have companies relying on people who have NDT qualifications, and putting them forward as welding inspectors, to not do this.
There is a 'Welding Inspector' Qualification and it has nothing to do with NDT as such.
A welding inspector must at least be familiar with the fundamentals of welding,and that is to be able to witness and prepare a PQR, follow this up with review and monitor of the paramaters being utilized during welding including welding consumables.
He would then carry out visual inspection for quality of weld deposit and size and if he was satisfied that the weld complies visually, and to the engineering design, he will request NDT to be carried out.
That's not to say he can't do both, but a welding inspector should be employed by the fabricator, and NDT should be carried out by an independant authority.