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Why AWS Certification is the right answer for you and your company


You've made the smart decision to become AWScertified. You know that certification can mean better pay, more job security, and the proof that your skills and knowledge label you as one of the industry's elite. Becoming certified means passing tests that require a high degree of knowledge, top-notch skills, and the ability to navigate complex codes quickly. And if you, like everyone else, have little time to study, then AWS has the answer.


When you hire an AWS-certified employee, you are getting one of the most highly qualified people in the business. AWS Certification helps your company minimize failures and recalls, increase sales advantages over foreign and domestic competition, and maximize product liability protection.

In business, time is money -- your money.

At AWS, we recognize that time is valuable. Our seminars save your company time and money on training and testing. We also want to make it easy on your bottom line by offering the seminar (pre-exam course) and the certification exam in the same city. Or, your employee can take the exam at a later date in another city that may be more convenient for your company. We also offer in-house seminars and exams if you have a group of employees who would benefit from education and certification without leaving the workplace.

Take an AWS seminar and get both knowledge and value.

We offer five-and-a-half days of intensive seminars that will help prepare you to pass the AWS certification tests. Our experienced instructors will help you learn the material you need to know fast, and show you how to use and understand the latest standards. AWS seminars are an excellent value. The price includes complete prep course work taught by veteran instructors, refreshments and lunch, AWS membership (for non-members), subscriptions to the Welding Journal and Inspection Trends, and reference books. You save time and money too, because we supply many of the books you need (a $1,200 value). AWS seminar weeks are offered in locations all over the country, so there's sure to be one scheduled near you. There are clinics for the D1.1 Code, API 1104 Code, Welding Inspection Technology, and Visual Inspection, followed by the certification exam at the end of the week. By grouping the seminar with the test, you can save on time and travel.

Take the guesswork out of hiring someone qualified.

AWS-certified employees improve quality, increase productivity, and gain your company a unique advantage. The AWS Certification is one of the industry's most respected stamps of approval. Industry professionals who qualify are highly regarded and sought-after throughout the welding industry, because certification attests to a highly documented level of skill and expertise.

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When preparing for an exam that proves you're one of the best, look to the people who know it best--AWS. From developing the codes and specifications that keep our industry strong, to creating the books that share that information with you, and administering the exams that affirm that knowledge, AWS is your best source for certification exam preparation. Don't waste time going anywhere else.

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AWS Welding Inspection Seminar Week


D1.1 Code Clinic

By attending, you can learn:

· How to tab your copy of the D1.1 Code for quick reference. · Sure-fire methods to avoid common pitfalls with the D1.1 Code. · The proper terminology that gets you the right section of the D1.1 Code-- quickly. · How to use the D1.1 Code by understanding the core of the problem or question. The eight hours of instruction provide a "road map" through the D1.1 Code, emphasizing the ability to locate important paragraphs, charts, and tables quickly, which is crucial to understanding the Code when working under stressful deadlines. In addition to practice questions, a practice exam will be administered, and the instructor will illustrate the use of the Code under time constraints, creating deadline pressure similar to the test environment. If you're taking the CWI exam, this clinic has proven to be valuable test preparation. As a leading construction code, D1.1 is the ideal tool to teach effective code use. Register for the full week and receive your complimentary copy of AWS D1.1, Structural Welding Code--Steel (a $376 value).

filler-metal additions, design and preparation of the joint for production welding, nondestructive testing and acceptance standards, and automatic welding with and without filler-metal additions. As in the D1.1 Code Clinic, attendees will practice open codebook testing under time constraints. NOTE: Clinic fee does not include a copy of API 1104, Welding Pipelines and Related Facilities (20th edition). Contact or phone 1-888-WELDING to purchase your copy of API 1104, 20th edition. Attendees will receive AWS API Code Clinic Study Guide (a $72 value).


Visual Inspection Workshop

By attending, you can learn:

· How to use weld measuring instruments. · Compliance to a specific code. · Do's and don'ts of documentation. · When a discontinuity is OK. · When a defect is rejectable. · Why visual inspection can be the most effective NDE technique.


Welding Inspection Technology Course

By attending, you can learn:

· Safe practices. · Metal joining and cutting processes. · Terminology and weld joint geometry and welding symbols. · Documents governing welding inspection and qualification. · Metal properties and destructive testing. · Metric practices. · Welding metallurgy. · Evaluation of weld and base metal discontinuities. · VT and other NDE methods. Three days on all facets of welding processes and nondestructive examination. This course is a real aid for welding inspectors and welding educators seeking AWS certification or increased proficiency for job advancement. Those who register for the full week or for this seminar alone will receive complimentary copies of Welding Inspection Technology; the Welding Inspection Technology Workbook; AWS A3.0, Standard Welding Terms and Definitions; and AWS A2.4, Standard Symbols for Welding, Brazing and Nondestructive Examination (a $600 value).

This workshop provides expert instruction that includes an explanation of inspection tools, followed by "hands-on" learning for the balance of the workshop. This hands-on training incorporates plastic replicas of welds and also includes a sample practical examination to prepare test candidates for the CWI practical exam. Those who register for the full week or for this seminar alone will receive a complimentary copy of the Visual Inspection Workshop Reference Manual and the AWS B1.10, Guide for Nondestructive Examination of Welds (a $172 value).

SATURDAY -- 7:30 AM-6 PM

CWI Exam

Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) exams are held on the Saturday following the seminar week at the same seminar location. All exam applicants must show a Photo ID at sign-in. All exam questions are multiple choice, and each part of the exam is two hours long: Part A: Fundamentals. Closed-book test; 150 questions. Part B: Practical. Hands-on test; minimum 46 questions, using Book of Specifications. Part C: Open Code Book. Open-book test; minimum 46 questions on the code you previously selected (AWS D1.1; AWS D1.5; AWS D15.1; API 1104; and ASME Section IX, B31.1 and B31.3). Note: Certified Welding Educator applicants will only take Parts A and B of the exam.


API 1104 Code Clinic

By attending, you can learn:

· How to prepare your copy of the API 1104 Code for quick reference. · API 1104 testing requirements and acceptance criteria. · The proper terminology that gets you to the right section of the API 1104 Code--quickly. · How to use the API 1104 Code by understanding the core of the problem or question. This four-hour course covers general code provisions, including qualification of welding procedures for welds containing

To find out about AWS Customized In-House Training and Quality Assurance Programs for your company, call AWS toll-free at 800-443-9353, Ext. 219.

Do You Qualify?

In order to qualify as a Certified Welding Inspector, you must pass a vision test and have a combination of qualifying education and work experience, with supporting documentation, as follows:

MINIMUM EDUCATION Associate or higher degree in engineering technology, engineering, or a physical science High school diploma plus two or more years' engineering/technical school courses High school diploma plus one year engineering/technical school courses or one or more years of vocational education and training in a welding curriculum High school diploma or approved high school equivalency diploma At least 8th grade Less than 8th grade MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE 3 years



Pittsburgh, PA Tulsa, OK San Antonio, TX Chicago, IL Atlanta, GA Reno, NV Baltimore, MD Long Beach, CA Beaumont, TX Portland, OR Louisville, KY St. Louis, MO Miami, FL Columbus, OH* Corpus Christi, TX Fresno, CA New Orleans, LA Knoxville, TN Pittsburgh, PA Seattle, WA Miami, FL Corpus Christi, TX Denver, CO Indianapolis, IN Milwaukee, WI Atlanta, GA Miami, FL Dallas, TX San Diego, CA Norfolk, VA Anchorage, AK Boston, MA Portland, OR Mobile, AL Perrysburg, OH Rochester, NY Houston, TX Miami, FL Phoenix, AZ Chicago, IL York, PA Corpus Christi, TX Miami, FL Baton Rouge, LA Portland, ME Columbus, OH* Las Vegas, NV Nashville, TN St. Louis, MO Jacksonville, FL Baltimore, MD Waco, TX Detroit, MI Miami, FL Corpus Christi, TX Albuquerque, NM San Francisco, CA Oklahoma City, OK Long Beach, CA Birmingham, AL Hartford, CT Miami, FL Fargo, ND Kansas City, MO Anchorage, AK Phoenix, AZ Orlando, FL Spokane, WA Miami, FL Bakersfield, CA Louisville, KY Beaumont, TX


Milwaukee, WI Denver, CO San Antonio, TX Pittsburgh, PA Columbus, OH* San Diego, CA Miami, FL Rochester, NY Charlotte, NC Portland, ME Corpus Christi, TX Miami, FL Salt Lake City, UT Philadelphia, PA Tulsa, OK Seattle, WA Minneapolis, MN St. Louis, MO Miami, FL Baton Rouge, LA Long Beach, CA Newark, NJ Roanoke, VA Corpus Christi, TX Nashville, TN Dallas, TX Columbus, OH* Sacramento, CA Miami, FL Syracuse, NY Reno, NV Houston, TX


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Certified Associate Welding Inspector (CAWI)

If you don't yet have sufficient work history to qualify for the CWI exam, you may qualify to test as a Certified Associate Welding Inspector (CAWI) with as little as two years' experience. The CAWI exam is given on the same schedule as the CWI exam. Call for details.

Certified Welding Educator (CWE)

If you are a welding educator, you should be interested in obtaining the AWS Certified Welding Educator certification. CWE candidates provide the required welding instructor credentials and take just the first two parts of the CWI exam (the open-book test on a code is not required). However, by taking the entire CWI test and providing the required welding instructor credentials, CWI and CWE certifications can be achieved at the same time. Either way, an AWS CWI Seminar will prepare you to earn this valuable welding educator credential.

Other AWS Certifications

Visit (or call AWS) to find out about other AWS programs, including: · Certified Welder (CW) · Senior Certified Welding Inspector (SCWI) · Certified Welding Engineer (CWEng) · Certified Radiographic Interpreter (RI) · Certified Welding Supervisor (CWS) · Certified Welding Fabricator (CWFab) · Accredited Test Facility (ATF) See for details.

2007 Jan. 7-12 Jan. 7-12 Exam Only Jan. 21-26 Jan. 21-26 Jan. 21-26 Exam Only Jan. 28-Feb. 2 Jan. 28-Feb. 2 Feb. 4-9 Feb. 4-9 Exam Only Feb. 11-16 Feb. 11-16 Feb. 25-Mar. 2 Feb. 25-Mar. 2 Mar. 4-9 Mar. 4-9 Exam Only Exam Only Exam Only Mar. 18-23 Mar. 18-23 Mar. 25-30 Mar. 25-30 Exam Only Exam Only Exam Only Apr. 15-20 Apr. 15-20 Apr. 16-20 Apr. 22-27 Apr. 22-27 Exam Only Apr. 29-May 4 Apr. 29-May 4 Exam Only May 6-11 May 6-11 Exam Only May 20-25 May 20-25 May 20-25 Exam Only Jun. 3-8 Jun. 3-8 Exam Only Jun. 10-15 Jun. 10-15 Jun. 24-29 Jun. 24-29 Jul. 8-13 Jul. 8-13 Exam Only Jul. 15-20 Jul. 15-20 Jul. 22-27

* Mail seminar registration and fees for Columbus seminars only to National Board of Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspectors, 1055 Crupper Ave., Columbus, OH 43229-1183. Phone (614) 888-8320. Exam application and fees for Columbus should be mailed to AWS.


PLATINUM PAK Full week includes D1.1 Code Clinic, the Welding Inspection Technology Course, the Visual Inspection Workshop, and CWI Examination. Includes API 1104 Code Clinic at no additional charge. Note: Price does not include API 1104 codebook. AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,900 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,115 GOLD PAK Includes API 1104 Code Clinic, the Welding Inspection Technology Course, the Visual Inspection Workshop, and CWI Examination. Note: Price does not include API 1104 codebook. AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,675 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,890 SILVER PAK Especially for the Certified Welding Educator (CWE) credential. Includes the Welding Inspection Technology Course, the Visual Inspection Workshop, and CWE examination. AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,340 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,555 VISUAL INSPECTION WORKSHOP AND CWI EXAMINATION AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$910 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,125 INDIVIDUAL SEMINARS · AWS D1.1 Code Clinic workshop (does not include D1.1 Code Book) AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$375 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$590 · AWS API 1104 Code Clinic workshop AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$335 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$550 · Welding Inspection Technology workshop AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$440 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$655 · Visual Inspection Workshop AWS Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$335 Nonmember (Includes 3-year AWS membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . .$550 EXAM ONLY To register for the exam only, please contact the AWS Certification department at 800-443-9353, ext. 273.

Prices are subject to change. Prices are reflective of applications received at least six weeks prior to the seminar/exam or exam. Applications received after that time will be assessed a $250 Fast Track fee.


CWI/CWE SEMINAR-ONLY CANDIDATES: Download a seminar-only registration form from: and fax it to 305-6481655 or mail it to AWS, PO Box 440367, Miami, FL 331440367, or call us at 800-443-9353, ext. 224. If planning to register onsite, please confirm with AWS in advance that you can be accommodated.

CWI/CWE SEMINAR AND EXAM CANDIDATES: You will need to fill out an exam application and mail it to the AWS Certification Department no less than six weeks prior to the exam.You may download the application from: or call us at 800-443-9353, ext. 273. You can also register for the seminar conveniently on the exam application. Please mail your completed exam application to AWS, PO Box 440367, Miami, FL 33144-0367. Due to the six-week prequalification period, it is not possible to register onsite for the exam. SORRY, BUT WE DO NOT ACCEPT FAXED EXAM APPLICATIONS.

Our instructors are experts in helping you get AWS-certified

Ed Bohnart (SCWI, CWE, and CRAW-T) of Panama City Beach, FL, is president of Welding Education & Consulting. He launched his consulting practice, with offices in Florida and Wisconsin, after a successful career directing Miller Electric Manufacturing Company's training operations. Prior to joining Miller Electric, he was welding instructor at Father Flanagan's Boys Home, Boys Town, NB. He is an AWS Distinguished Member and Past President. Bohnart remains active with the SkillsUSA organization and chairs the AWS Skills Competition Committee, which conducts the U.S. Open Weld Trials to select the U.S. competitor for the World Skills Competition. For six years, Bohnart chaired the AWS C5 Committee on Arc Welding and Cutting Processes, and he remains active on the committee as an advisor. Dr. Richard Campbell is the Welding Manager for Bechtel National at the DOE's Hanford Waste Treatment Plant in Washington. Dr. Campbell has provided training on welding, metallurgy, and inspection to many companies in various industries. He has lectured at symposiums, workshops, and trade organizations in the U.S. and Europe. He has taught the CWI seminars since 1995. He also teaches the AWS two-day "Welding of Stainless Steels" seminars. He also co-authored one edition of the Welding Inspection Technology book used in CWI training. Dr. Campbell holds a B.S. degree in Welding and Mechanical Engineering from LeTourneau University and a Ph.D. degree in Materials Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is an AWS SCWI, an ASNT NDT Visual Testing Level III Inspector, an ASNT ACCP Visual Testing Level II Inspector, and is a registered Professional Engineer. Ken Coryell, (SCWI, and ASNT Level III certificate holder in radiography and liquid penetrant testing) a welding quality consultant based near Cleveland in Burton, OH, has been an AWS faculty member for over 17 years. His experience includes over 33 years of welding quality assurance, quality control, nondestructive examination, and welding engineering for the electric utility, petrochemical, aerospace, shipbuilding, and structural industries. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees in Welding Engineering from The Ohio State University and is a Registered Professional Engineer. His professional affiliations include AWS, ASNT, ASME, ASM, and the National Society of Professional Engineers. David Diaz (SCWI, CWI, CWE, API 570, Lead Auditor ANSI NQA - 1, AISC auditor, AWS Assessor (ATF), ASNT / ACCP III 30348, SNT-TC-1A, SMAW, GTAW, and GMAW) has spent 34 years in welding and nondestructive testing. As a Quality Assurance Engineer, NDE Level III and Welding Inspector, his specializations span the nuclear, aerospace, geothermal, cogeneration, and other related power generation industries, as well as building construction. He received his degree from the Chicago Institute of Technology and furthered his career and education in the U.S. Air Force as a metals-processing specialist, completing a degree in materials engineering. As a quality auditor, he has traveled extensively, providing technical training and instruction throughout the continental U.S. and in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, Mexico, and Canada. He is an adjunct AWS instructor for the CWI seminar and instructs on welding and nondestructive inspection techniques, and the development of quality assurance, quality control, and welding procedures as an independent consultant for ETMS. Scott Helzer, (CWI) holds a Ph.D. degree from Texas A&M University, with primary emphasis in nondestructive examination, ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy, and welding power sources/procedures. He has more than two decades of diversified welding experience and has been an AWS member for 24 years. He has received the Plummer Award for outstanding contributions to welding and welding education, and an Outstanding Certificate of Achievement as a major contributing author for the rewrite of the week-long CWI preparatory course materials. Dr. Helzer has served as an International Institute of Welding delegate and has participated in many international forums on behalf of AWS to promote welding and inspection. His outside research interests are T-K & Y connections in 41300 tubular structures for aircraft and motor sports, and continuing education. Eugene G. Hornberger of Hampton, VA, is a welding consultant for Richmond, VA-based Arcet Equipment Company. Previously, he was in charge of welder training for Newport News Shipbuilding. Within AWS, he has served on the board of directors and has chaired the AWS Education Committee. He has written and edited several books, including Welding Processes and Practices, coauthored with AWS Fellow (Class of 1993) August Manz. He was the editor for the new AWS publication, Design and Planning Manual for Cost Effective Welding, and is working on several other publication projects for the Society. Hornberger teaches welding and troubleshoots for Arcet's customers, and as a senior instructor he leads AWS seminars on preparing for the CWI examination. Ken Jobes (SCWI) of Birmingham, AL, was voted the Certified Welding Inspector of the Year in 1997. This LeTourneau University alumnus has developed and implemented inspection, maintenance, and repair programs for fossil, hydroelectric, and nuclear power plants over the past 30 years. In addition to his instructor duties for AWS Certified Welding Inspector preparation seminars, he has conducted training for Alabama Power, Alliance Steel, Babcock and Wilcox, Calhoun Community College, Commonwealth Edison, Duke Power, Gorbel, Inc., Mercedes Benz, and Taylor Machine Works. He is a past member of the AWS Education Committee. William Seyfarth (CWI) has been a CWI for 23 years and has long been involved in welding education, including hands-on welding instruction at the college level. He serves on the welding program advisory board of four Florida schools. Based in Cedar Key, Florida, Seyfarth's company, WeldTest Services, focuses on standards consulting, inspection, technical writing, and welder/procedure qualification testing. He is a test supervisor for an AWSaccredited test facility and has taught CWI seminars for 12 years. Lynn Sturgill is an independent welding and code consultant based in Denver. With over 20 years of engineering experience, he has worked as a welding engineer with Rockwell International and Lockheed Martin Astronautics, as a manufacturing engineer with Dynamic Materials Corporation, and a Quality Manager for Purity Systems. His welding experience includes process development and troubleshooting of the GTAW, RW, and EBW of stainless steels, aluminum alloys, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, and copper-based alloys. He is member of Subgroup General Requirements of Section IX of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Committee. He is also vice-chairman of the Metallic Materials of Construction Subcommittee of the ASME Bioprocessing Equipment Standard as well as a member of its Material Joining Subcommittee. He holds a B.S. degree in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He is an AWS CWI, an ACCP Level II Visual Testing Inspector, and an ASQ Certified Quality Auditor. Ron Theiss (SCWI) is developer and coordinator of the NDE program at North Harris College in Houston and a teaching professor for the past 26 years. He holds a B.S. degree in Industrial Education. He has served as AWS District 18 Director and as chairman of the Houston Section. With an extensive practical background in welding, inspection, nondestructive examination, and consulting, Ron has served as an instructor in CWI and nine-year recertification seminars for 11 years.


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Shouldn't you take the seminar that CWIs overwhelmingly say is the best way to pass the CWI exam?

No one knows the material better than AWS, the welding industry experts. We can teach you the best way to study for the AWS Certification exam and to navigate through the required literature.

Do I really need the AWS Welding Inspection Seminar to help me prepare for the CWI exam?

Literally thousands of CWI candidates in the last 20 years have thought so! Our instructors are consistently rated as "excellent" and the seminar increases a student's chance of passing.

Are AWS Seminars really a good value?

AWS Seminars can save you time by preparing you in the best manner possible to pass the AWS Certification exams. When you study with us, you'll reduce your chance of failure. On top of that, most of your books are included in the cost of the seminar (a $1,200 value). As with all AWS products and services, your satisfaction is guaranteed.


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