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aws course in chennaiWe NTS training centre for aws giving a best training for aws course in chennai, tamilnadu, india. ndt courses in chennai, ndt courses in tamilnadu. What can we learn about a welding inspector’s responsibilities from the AWS standards? AWS QC1, Standard for AWS Certification of Welding Inspectors. The SCWI, CWI, and CAWI shall act to preserve the health and well being of the public by performing duties required of welding inspection in a conscientious and impartial manner to the full extent of the inspector(s) moral and civic responsibility and qualification.” AWS B5.1, Specification for the Qualification of Welding Inspectors, states in paragraph 4.1 that the employer is responsible for defining the welding inspector’s duties. In addition, the standard provides a detailed listing of inspection tasks.

It is the responsibility of all CWIs to first understand their role in the assignments they undertake and then to diligently perform their assigned duties with strict attention to detail. Welding literally holds our modern world together by providing structural integrity. Buildings and bridges are obvious examples of this. Transportation vehicles of all sorts, from bicycles to bullet trains, as well as systems that generate, store, and transport fuel and energy of all types depend on sound welds.

These applications all require welds to provide structural integrity so the components meet their intended design function, and visual inspection is the most common method of examination performed to ensure that they do. Some of these welded applications are part of complex assemblies that may require the services of several inspectors and involve numerous welds.

The lead inspector, who may be an AWS Senior Certified Welding Inspector (SCWI), might not perform any examinations on a large project but instead set up the drawings that ensure all welds are inspected using the specified code acceptance criteria and that any nonconformance(s) noted by other inspectors are reviewed and accepted by the design engineer or are corrected. On such a job, several CWIs may be assigned to various tasks and one CWI might only be asked to perform examinations of quality and sizing. If that assigned CWI does only a limited task, his or her reports should clearly state those limitations.

In many projects the inspection reports and associated documents are provided as part of the initial planning. In such a case where a limited inspection is being performed after the work is complete, the CWI may not have had the opportunity to witness all the work before the assignment and therefore might not have seen what electrodes were used or observed the weather conditions that existed during fabrication. In this specific instance, a report could be annotated to state something like “only dimensional and quality examinations were performed this date.” You can update about AWS course by NTS which is one of the best AWS centre in chennai.

DO YOU QUALIFY?

To qualify as a Certified Welding Inspector, you must pass a vision test and have a combination of qualifying education and work experience, with supporting documentation:

MINIMUM EDUCATIONMINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE
Associate or higher degree in engineering technology, engineering, or a physical science 3 years
High school diploma plus two or more years engineering/technical school courses 3 years
High school diploma plus one year engineering/technical school courses or one or more years of vocational education and training in a welding curriculum 4 years
High school diploma or approved high school equivalency diploma 5 years
At least 8th grade 9 years
Less than 8th grade 12 years