Certified Welding Supervisor to AS 1796-2001 Certificate No. 10
- Welding Supervisor
The successful candidate meets the requirements of AS 1796-2001 Certification of welders and welding supervisors Section 3, necessary for the granting of a certificate to welding supervisors engaged in the various welding activities used in the manufacture of pressure equipment, such as boilers, pressure vessels and associated piping, as defined in AS/NZS 1200, as well as other applications requiring a prescribed standard in the theory and practice of welding.
A certificate is issued by the WTIA Examining Body to a candidate who has the necessary pre-examination requirement and passes the examination prescribed
Pre Examination Requirement
|3.1(a)||A welder's certificate complying with AS 1796, evidence of attending or having attended a course of instruction for welding supervisors and not less than one year's experience in the welding of pressure equipment as defined in AS/NZS 1200 subsequent to gaining the welder's certificate. The course of instruction, predominantly theoretical in scope, shall be of at least 120 hours’ duration.|
|3.1(b)||A welder's certificate complying with AS 1796 and at least two years' experience in the welding of pressure equipment as defined in AS/NZS 1200 subsequent to gaining that certification.|
|3.1(c)||A qualification in engineering, metallurgy or welding and, at least three years' experience in welded fabrication, one year of which shall have included construction of pressure equipment as defined in AS/NZS 1200.|
|In addition, a candidate shall have verbal and written communication skills and be able to write reports.|
|There are two examination papers which are held nationally by the WTIA twice per year.
These are Paper A - Technology and Paper B1 - Codes and Specifications - Boilers and Pressure Vessels
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