Down in the stratosphere, but still at elevations higher than human habitation, at any given time, there are 5, aircraft in the sky. Aerospace needs the best practices to make things fly. Integral to this is the welding of the materials, components, and systems that are utilized in the aerospace industry. For guidance in this activity, AWS D
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This comprehensive, 4-hour course employs easy-to-understand language, audio narration, and guided questions to help participants familiarize themselves with the code. Presented in 17 short modules, participants will learn to quickly locate important clauses, charts, and tables in time sensitive testing or working environments. No previous knowledge is required. This course is designed to guide you in navigating and reading the D Participants will learn to quickly locate important paragraphs, charts and tables, which is crucial to navigating the code in a timed testing environment and time sensitive working conditions.
Who should take this course? The AWS D The course is also ideal for active CWIs interested in familiarizing themselves with the aerospace code as part of their efforts to comply with the requirements for 9-year recertification.
Please visit CWI certification for more information about 9-year recertification. Of course, non-CWIs interested in enhancing their educational credentials will also benefit from this self-paced, online program.
How long do I have to complete this course? Participants have access to the course content hours a day for a period of 30 days from the date of registration. After this day period, participants will have an additional 10 days to pass the practice exam.
The exam can be activated before the end of the day period if the participant has completed all the modules. Does this course include a completion exam? Upon completion of the final course module, participants are prompted to take an online exam designed to evaluate their comprehension of the subject matter. The online practice exam consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and must be completed within a 2-hour period.
Do I need to purchase any other materials? This course is designed to be used in conjunction with the D Using the code book helps participants replicate and practice the navigational strategies that are required to successfully complete the open book portion Part C of the CWI exam. Persons who successfully complete this online course will receive 4 PDHs. Candidates who pass the AWS D Click here for more information about the D This course is designed as a walk through of the edition of AWS D Part C of the CWI exam has since been updated to the edition.
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AWS D17.1:2017 – Fusion Welding for Aerospace Applications
Training Requirements There are no mandatory training requirements. Candidates are encouraged to attend a seminar or self-study to become familiar with AWS D Re-examinations for this endorsement shall be in accordance with section 6. Candidates may not use photocopied versions of the standard unless they can supply evidence of purchase of the document. How endorsement will be expressed Endorsements earned will be updated in the AWS certification profile. Reference materials necessary For the current exam edition, please refer to the Body of Knowledge Tab below.
D17.1 Code Clinic
D17 Committee on Welding in the Aircraft and Aerospace Industry