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We are proud members of the Certification Scheme for Welder Training Organisations (CSWTO), from TWI Certification Ltd (TWI CL).  TWI Cl is part of The Welding Institute Group. The Welding Institute is the leading professional engineering institution for people involved in welding and joining.

The CSWTO certification assures that our fully-trained tutors, facilities, equipment and teaching materials meet the standards required by industry. CSWIP Welding Instructors are competent to work according to the main international welding standards.

We can provide training if you work in any of the following roles:

• Fitter Welder

• Pipe Fitter

• Maintenance Welding Operative

• Sheet Metal Worker

• Plater Fabricator

• Welder.

Our training is delivered in accordance with international welding standards to the following welding standards:

• BSEN 9606

• ASME 1X

• BSEN 4872.

Successful welder assessments can gain CSWIP Welder certification against the relevant standard/code (eg ISO 9606-1, ASME IX, AWS D 1.1)

Our welder training also satisfies the entry requirements for the CSWIP Visual Welding Inspector examination. So, our welding trainees can add a CSWIP 3.0 Visual Welding Inspector certificate to their course achievements. No specific experience is required but it is recommended that candidates possess a minimum of six months' welding-related engineering experience and two years' industrial experience.

This CSWIP Visual Welding Inspector certificiation qualification is suitable for:

• Welders

• Operators

• Line inspectors

• Quality control staff associated with welding

• Staff who need basic training in welding inspection coupled with certification in this field.

Contact us for more information on our welding programmes through our Active College Training and Information System
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