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IIW International Welding Specialist (IWS)
  • Perform, supervise and/or oversee company-nominated welding and welding-related activities
  • Have overall responsibility for the quality of these welding and welding-related activities
  • Be authorised to sign on behalf of the organisation in all nominated welding quality related matters or delegate such signing e.g. goods release for despatch, inspection sign-off, accepting technical welding requirements, or verifying that the organisation has complied with all relevant quality considerations in the production of the product.
  • IWS is the minimal qualification recommended in ISO 14731 for a Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC) under AS/NZS ISO 3834.
25 Day course, delivered in 5 x 1-week modules.

Prerequisites

    a. Secondary School certificate plus 4 years metalworking-related work experience (e.g. completed Year 10 or Year 12 high school education); OR
    b. Higher qualification than secondary school (e.g. Engineering-related Trade qualification; Cert III or higher from TAFE or another RTO in an engineering-related trade qualification) plus 2 years metalworking-related work experience (if not part of the trade qualification); OR
    c. If you hold a qualification at a level above a. or b. (e.g. degree or diploma in Engineering) you are likely to be eligible, please contact us for more information.

If you don’t meet the requirements in a. or b. or c. you may still be able to attend the training course but may not be able to gain the IIW qualification, please contact us for more information.

Costs (including GST)

Course Fees and Entry Requirements

Training Pathway 1 (TP1) 

Course fee: $10,300 (Members) 

                    $10,750 (Non-Members), require a:

a)      Secondary School certificate plus 4 years metalworking-related work experience (e.g. completed Year 10 or Year 12 high school education); OR

b)     Higher qualification than secondary school (e.g. Engineering-related Trade qualification; Cert III or higher from TAFE or another RTO in an engineering-related trade qualification) plus 2 years metalworking-related work experience (if not part of the trade qualification); OR 

c)      If you hold a qualification at a level above a. or b. (e.g. degree or diploma in Engineering) you are likely to be eligible, please contact us for more information.

If you don’t meet the requirements in a. or b. or c. you may still be able to attend the training course but may not be able to gain the IIW qualification.

Training Pathway 2 (TP2)

 Course fee: $6,360 (Members)

                    $6,600 (Non-Members), require:

·        An AS 1796 Certificate 10 and/or AS 2214 Welding Supervisor. This means applying for exemption from the first 2 modules by completing the MF-25 Exemption Form, gain approval then attend the last 3 modules before writing all the examinations.

 

NOTE: Examinations NOT included in price. Modules can be paid for individually but conditions apply. Exams are NOT conducted as part of the course but are required to be booked separately, contact us for details.

If you have substantial prior knowledge, qualifications and experience, you may be eligible for exemption from all or part of the training course, please contact us for more information. 




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