The AWI and TWI are joining forces
Courses to be run near you
Appreciation of Engineering Quality Documentation Review Course
Course Code: WIS 21
The AWI and TWI are joining forces to bring relevant course material to the industry. A course designed to assist those involved with welding quality but do not require the detailed knowledge of the welding coordinators course. The Appreciation of Engineering Quality Documentation Review program will be rolled out as a series of four which will be run around the country in 2014.
Dates / Venue 28th April WA
26th May Qld
18th August NSW
20th October SA
Duration 3 days
Cost $990 AUD
Course is suitable for:
Personnel involved in compiling and reviewing mechanical / engineering quality documentation for client acceptance. Inspectors, engineers, document controllers looking to expend their current knowledge of Quality Control activities.
Analytical review of engineering documentation: material test certificates; Post Weld Heat Treatment; Visual, weld audit and weld history reports; fundamental knowledge requirements for QC personnel to carry out document review; in-depth assessment of documentation.
To be able to identify and quantify fabrication or procedural non-compliances against specified procedures.
Course entry is not restricted, however it is recommended that students have some knowledge / experience of the engineering / construction industry.
To register your interest contact AWI
Courses are run subject to numbers
Get qualified in 2014 – Eddy Current Testing (ET) now covers testing of tubes and aerospace
The course is ideal for all NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians responsible for, or engaged in, practical application of eddy current testing and writing techniques and instructions for detection of flaws in cast and wrought product, material identification/determination of properties, coating thickness measurement, tube testing and weld inspections.
Also suitable to personnel engaged in inspection of aerospace materials, components and structure.
To detect cracks, surface and near-surface, in aircraft components, structures, tubes and welds
To detect corrosion and thinning in non-magnetic materials
To grade and sort materials on the basis of conductivity and permeability
To write clear and concise inspection instructions and test reports
To meet the syllabus requirements of CSWIP/PCN Level 2
Examination of cast forged and wrought products or tubing such as that found in condensers, heat exchangers and air conditioning units. This course covers the techniques of surface inspection and/or internal bore inspection and is supported by examinations complying with BS EN ISO 9712.
The course ends with the certification examination.
Training in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9712.