A guide to become a Welding Inspector
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A guide to become a Welding Inspector

A start to a lucrative career that is never dull.
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Created by Damien Michaud
Last updated 8/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • What type of welding inspector they can become
  • steps to become a certified welding inspector ( acredited liscenced )
  • how to make a continuing career in welding inspection
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Requirements
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Description

Ever wonder how welding inspectors get to do their job?  Questions like; Do you have to be a welder? What kind of education does it require to have? How much does it pay? etc... 

This course will give you all the information you need as to inform you of   •What kind of person is a welding inspector •The different types of welding inspector  •Their scope of work   •Steps in becoming a welding inspector   •Which industry could you work for •  And the best -tickets to have. 

At the end of the course you will be well educated on were to go and how to start your career and see if you have the right tools in becoming a welding inspector. 

As a certified welding inspector I have experience way to often these types of questions because a lot of people admire the type of work that I do. And think this is a good way to start a very well lucrative career. 

Who is the target audience?
  • welders, new high school graduates, Technologist, Engineers, middle class income earners
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What are the different types of welding inspectors
13 Lectures 22:31


The different types of welding Inspectors
00:32

Visual Inspector
01:28

NDE Examiner
01:15

Liquid Penetrant and Magnetic Particle Testing
01:26

Ultra Sonics and Eddy Current Testing
01:11

X-Rays's
01:26

QC Inspector
01:46

QA Inspector
01:26

API Inspectors & National Board Inspectors
02:17

Duties of a API and NB Inspector
01:31

Chief Inspector
00:56
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Qualifications, Education & Testing
7 Lectures 10:46
Requisites to become a welding Inspector
01:25

Suggestion of courses to take
01:26

Benefits of Welding Engineering Technology course
03:51

Benefits of Welding Engineering Technology course Continued
01:10

CWB Level I Testing
00:51

CWB Level II testing
01:12

API and National Board Testing
00:51
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So now that you're qualified, what's next?
3 Lectures 06:28
Where to start your career in different countries
01:26

Where is the money ?
00:51

Good Tickets to have individually or as a combo
04:11

This test should give you an Idea of how the test is. I've chosen the simplest of the question because obviously you haven't study the material. So how could you know? Therefor these are kind of general questions in relation to welding inspection. 

Test Practice for CWB Level I & II Examinatin
20 questions
About the Instructor
Damien Michaud
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Certified Welding and Pressure Vessel Inspector

I've been a industrial Quality Inspector for 10 years now and I find it very rewarding as well as challenging. I've started as a welder and was getting tired of living pay check to pay check so I decided to continue my education and enrolled in a Welding Engineering Technology course. From that point on I was able to challenge my first level of Canadian Welding Bureau welding inspector Level I certification. I was then hired to work in Fort McMurray Alberta CND for one the big oil companies. I've learned a lot and still continue to do so every day as this field of discipline you never stop learning and you always grow either in Interpersonal skills or technical knowledge about welding, or Non destructive testing and so on.