A qualification in welding inspection from TWI Training and Examination Services
can open doors to rewarding and varied careers anywhere in the world.
Requiring a high level of skill and knowledge, welding inspection is an excellent
career choice for anyone wishing for a transition from a general engineering or
welding background into a more specialised and prestigious role.
Many contractors now cite CSWIP certification as a requirement for employment in
this area, knowing that any engineer who holds this type of qualification will have
the knowledge, experience and competence needed to perform work to a safe and professional
A welding inspector does not just inspect welds. They are required to have competence
and knowledge of metallurgy, welding processes, destructive and non-destructive
testing, welding consumables, welding procedures, welder qualifications, heat treatments
and why welds fail.
All of these subjects are covered by TWI’s welding inspection courses, which begin
with CSWIP 3.0
and progress through
3.1 and 3.2
Quality Control Co-ordinator. The higher-level qualifications require additional
experience, and cover a greater depth of knowledge to reflect the increased complexity
of the roles they relate to.
At any level, the knowledge gained through completing a welding inspection course
and gaining a qualification gives the CSWIP welding inspector a thorough understanding
of the role and the confidence to perform it to a high standard.
Conditions for CSWIP 3.0, 3.1 and 3.2 are as follows:
TWI’s welding inspection courses are taught at venues all over the world. For more
information, visit www.twitraining.com.
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