DASH : CWI
The Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) certification is widely recognized, both nationally and internationally, in the welding industry. Successful companies have come to rely on this DASH certification when ensuring the highest level of quality workmanship. Certified Associate Welding Inspector (CAWI) qualification is a first step towards a career in welding inspection. You’ll get hands-on experience as you work alongside a Senior Certified Welding Inspector or Certified Welding Inspector.
DASH ,EUROPE has been conducting successfully seminar and examination for certified Welding Inspector since 2003.
All the programs conducted so far at DASH WORLD WIDE were sweeping successes with 80-100% success rates and our programs are rated as “OUTSTANDING” by CLients
It is needless to point out that with the increased awareness of quality and the global recognition of quality systems based on ISO 9000, training and certification programs have become the need of the hour. Requirements of CERTIFIED WELDING INSPECTORS in Africa,Europe,Fareast,, Asia Pacific & Middle East Asia are increasing in quantum leaps.
A welding certification is technically a procedure or a welder qualification test. If you have the skill level and follow the directions then you should produced the same results as the procedure specifies. By comarison it’s no different than following a recipe. If you use the ingredients as specified and cook by following the instructions you will get the desired results wanted! In this case instead of making a cheese burger you are making a sound quality welded joint.
The main difference between a welding certification and a welder qualification test is that it is certified by an organization and it will be supervised by someone who completed the appropriate training who has been approved by that organization to oversee that procedure.
Welding qualification tests are usually given in pre employment screenings to ensure that the welder can weld up to the company’s standards.
Welding certifications are designed to ensure the welders skills are up to the code they will be working under. Welding certifications are also documented to prove that the welder is qualified under that code. Welding codes vary a lot depending on the type of work being done. There are many organizations that have different procedures depending on the type of work they oversee.