Become a Certified Welding Inspector

The Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) Preparatory Course is a course designed for the student who has a background in the design, fabrication, and inspection of welding. Upon successfully qualifying and testing to these requirements, the American Welding Society will issue a National Certification that is active for three years. Many of our industries require that an inspector have this certification to perform welding inspection. Having this certification will assist in obtaining employment in this field and will boost one's potential for higher pay. Both day and night class alternatives are available. An accelerated daytime course can be taught for those students who have a limited time period to devote to these studies.

A minimum of ten (10) students is necessary for each class to be taught. The daytime courses will consist of ten (10) days at eight hours per day. The nighttime courses will consist of three (3) to four (4) hour class periods for a total of approximately seventy-hours (70) of lecture and hands-on training. Because of the complexity of teaching multiple codebooks to different students, Base Line Data, Inc. will only teach the API-1104 code for these examinations. These courses will be taught at least 18 to 24 times a year in both day and night classes, pricing, and sign-up can be accessed through the posted schedule. All courses are taught with the student in mind and are designed to give the student exposure to an understanding of the background necessary to pass the examination.

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