Course Title:
CSWIP 3.2U - NDT Inspection Diver
Country:
Venue:

CountryVenueCourse FeeStart DateFurther Information
ThailandChonburi
$ 5,090.00
16 July 2015
   
ThailandChonburi
$ 5,090.00
06 August 2015
   
ThailandChonburi
$ 5,090.00
10 September 2015
   
ThailandChonburi
$ 5,090.00
01 October 2015
   
ThailandChonburi
$ 5,090.00
22 October 2015
   
ThailandChonburi
$ 5,090.00
12 November 2015
   
ThailandChonburi
$ 5,090.00
17 December 2015
   
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 2,775.00 + VAT
24 August 2015
   
Fully Booked
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 2,775.00 + VAT
21 September 2015
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 2,775.00 + VAT
19 October 2015
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Suitable for:

Commercial divers requiring knowledge of advanced underwater NDT techniques and career progression from the CSWIP 3.1U.

Course Content:

Theoretical instruction to CSWIP approved syllabus; advanced underwater NDT techniques; magnetic particle inspection; weld toe grinding; overview of electro-magnetic techniques.

Certification/Awarding Body:


Course Objectives:
  • To explain theoretical principles relating to subsea NDT inspection
  • To be proficient in practical NDT subsea inspection techniques
  • To gain eligibility to sit the CSWIP 3.2U examination

Additional Information:

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
  • Must hold current CSWIP 3.1U certificate
  • Hold an HSE approved in-date full commercial diver medical certificate
  • 50 logged diving hours working as a practicing commercial diver for back-to-back 3.1U followed by the 3.2U


PLEASE NOTE:
If candidates are taking the 3.1U and 3.2U back-to-back then they must have satisfied the 3.1U and 3.2U training requirements and take the 3.1U examination prior to the 3.2U examination.
These combined examinations will require the candidate to spend more than one day at the test centre. 3.2U certificates will only be issued if success in both the 3.1U and 3.2U examinations is achieved and the candidate has provided proof of at least one years' experience working as a practising commercial diver.


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