This course is an introductory course that will provide the member with the basic technician inspection skills on topics such as soils, asphalt, and concrete. Will receive Nuclear Gauge and ACI Field Certification when complete.

 

Prerequisite:  None.

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This course will provide the member with the basic knowledge of soils inspection. This course will prepare an individual to take the ICC Soils examination to receive certification.

 

Prerequisite:  None.

This course will provide the member with the basic knowledge of reinforced concrete inspection, including building codes, plan interpretations, and field application. This course will prepare an individual to take the ICC Reinforced Concrete examination to receive certification.

 

Prerequisite:  American Concrete Institute (ACI) field testing technician grade 1.

This course will provide the member with the basic knowledge of prestressed concrete inspection. This course will prepare an individual to take the ICC Pre-Stressed Concrete examination to receive certification. 

 

Prerequisite:  The individual must obtain the International Code Council (ICC) Joint Reinforced Concrete Certification.

This course will provide the member with the basic knowledge of structural masonry inspection, including plan reading and code classes. This course will prepare an individual to take the ICC Structural Masonry examination to receive certification. 

 

Prerequisite:  None.

This course will provide the member with the knowledge of structural steel and bolting inspection, including regulations, restrictions, ICC codes, and plan reading. This course will prepare an individual to take the ICC Structural Steel and Bolting (S1) examination to receive certification.

Prerequisite:  None.

This course will provide the member with the knowledge of structural steel welding inspection. This course will prepare an individual to take the ICC Structural Welding (S2) examination to receive certification.

Prerequisite:  Must have Structural Steel and Bolting (S1) Certification.

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This course will provide the member with the basic knowledge involved in concrete testing which includes temperature, sampling, slump, density, yield, and air content. 

Prerequisite:  In order to get Lab Tech 1 cert, you must obtain the following certifications:

  • Concrete Strength Testing Technician

  • Aggregate Testing Technician

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This course will provide the member with more expansive knowledge of the concrete mixed design evaluation.

Prerequisite:  Must have ACI Labe Tech 1 for one full year. 

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American Welding Society press release

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Effective January 1, 2017, the Certified Welding Inspector Program will begin a phased implementation of the newly published QC1:2016. This directly impacts the Certified Associate Welding Inspector (CAWI), the Certified Welding Inspector (CWI), and the Senior Certified Welding Inspector (SCWI) programs. You are strongly encouraged to download the free QC1:2016 PDF

This course will provide the member with the advanced knowledge of welding inspection to prepare the member for the CWI Welding Inspector Certification examination.

DO YOU QUALIFY?

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:

MINIMUM EDUCATION

MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE

Bachelor or higher degree in welding engineering or welding technology - (4) years maximum substitution

Minimum of (1) years welding based work experience

Associate or higher degree in welding or non-welding related engineering technology, engineering, or a physical science - (3) years maximum substitution

Minimum of (2) years welding based work experience

Engineering/Technical courses that can be applied to Bachelor or higher degree in Welding - (2) years maximum substitution

Minimum of (3) years welding based work experience

Trade/Vocational courses - (1) year maximum substitution for successfully completed courses

Minimum of (4) years welding based work experience

High school diploma or approved high school equivalency diploma

Minimum of (5) years welding based work experience

8th grade level of schooling

Minimum of (9) years welding based work experience

Less than 8th grade

Minimum of (12) years welding based work experience

The Training Trust has a certified and approved path to receive your required 80 hour Continuing Education PDHs. 

Prerequisite: Valid Certified Welding Inspector certification

This course will provide special inspectors with the opportunity to renew their International Code Council (ICC) certifications. 

Prerequisite:  None