API 577 Welding inspection and metallurgy training course
TUV / IICS 3.1 CERTIFIED WELDING INSPECTOR / API 577 WELDING INSPECTION & METALLURGY
ARE YOUR INSPECTORS / ENGINEERS PREPARED TO DEAL WITH THE RISING DEMAND IN QUALITY DURING PROJECT PREPARATION, EXECUTION & POST FABRICATION STAGE?
Certified Welding Inspectors play a vital role in the fabrication industry. Their responsibilities have a direct bearing on final product quality and thus public safety.
By adhering to specifications and following an inspection plan, they are VITAL in helping the industry to avoid repairing and costly project delays.
PRACTICAL APPROACH Which Fulfils Industry Requirements on Welding Engineering & Inspection.
- Approximately 90% of vessels, boilers, storage tanks & piping projects in the Middle East & South East Asia are based on American design, fabrication & inspection approach such as API, ASME & AWS codes & standards.
- Designed to equip inspectors & QC personnel with the required knowledge & expertise of welding processes & metallurgy, inspection & testing, and certification of procedures, welders & welding operators according to those international codes & standards.
Who should attend?
- Highly recommended for Inspectors, QA/QC personnel, Welding Engineers, Metallurgists, Project Engineers & technicians, API510, 570, 653 inspectors and other professionals from industry such as petro & oleochemical, chemical, construction & others
- Suitable also for school leavers and candidates with less or minimal experience in the field of welding technology.
The course provides participants with the knowledge in:
- Welding techniques, welding positions, welding consumables, weld preparation, and welding drawing requirements
- Basics of welding metallurgy
- Usage of welding inspection and measuring devices
- Visual inspection of welded constructions and correctly identify and evaluate welding imperfection as per acceptance level associated with pre-production, fabrication, and post-fabrication
- Usage of various specifications, codes, and standards
- Evaluation of welder’s certificates and welding procedure specifications acc. to ASME IX
- Evaluate the preparation of test pieces for destructive tests and verify their compliance with applicable specifications
- Various parent materials and welding consumable (acc. to ASME)
- Reviewing NDT reports on welding work; ensuring that NDT personnel are properly qualified and that certification is relevant and valid for the testing performed
- Interpreting drawings and specifications, having an understanding of weld symbols
This course also prepares delegates for DOUBLE certification exams:
- TUV / IICS 3.1 CERTIFIED WELDING INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION
- API 577 WELDING INSPECTION & METALLURGY
- Course material
- Course examination
- Course certificate
- More information about International Inspector Certification Scheme (IICS), www.international-inspector-certification.com
- Daily schedule: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm (Workshop)
- Delegates should bring the following items to the class
- Lots of Questions
- A “CAN-DO” Attitude
- ASME V (2019, Article 2, Art. 6, Art. 7, Art. 9, Art. 10)
- API 577 (2nd Edition, Dec 2013)
- Other documents (i.e. standards), as appropriate
- Delegates should note that there are evening works during the course
- The minimum number of delegates for this course is 4 and the maximum is 20. If the students are less than 4, the course will be postponed.
- The participants should have the capability to use their own PC, laptop notebook, or suitable mobile devices to access the LMS.
- This course is run in collaboration with IDC Training House SDN BHD and Plant Technology (Malaysia).