COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding
COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding
Southern African Institute of Welding Promoting World Class Excellence in Welding, Non-Destructive Testing and Allied Technology COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019
Please contact email@example.com or 011 298 2108 for pricing and more information. WELDING INSPECTION KIT NDT INSPECTION KIT INSPECTION KITS NOW AVAILABLE
1 BECOME AN SAIW MEMBER The SAIW is a membership-based industry association constituted for the benefit of its members and the industry at large. One of the central purposes of the SAIW is to represent the interests of its members across the welding industry and NDT spectrum.
For any company or person who is in any way connected to the welding, NDT or related industries, being a member of the leading welding organization on the African Continent brings a range of benefits, which include: PROFESSIONAL recognition through affiliation with the SAIW, signified by a Membership Certificate.
PREFERENTIAL rates on training courses for Corporate Members. PREFERENTIAL rates on technical support. REDUCED rates for seminars and conferences and access to the most up-to-date information on new technologies. FREE telephonic technical advice on almost any welding/NDT related issues including advice and access to the latest international standards and how they are applied in South Africa and Africa. FREE copies of African Fusion, the official publication of the SAIW and of Fusion, our bi-monthly newsletter which has a plethora of interesting technical and newsworthy articles.
FREE exposure on the Membership page in Fusion for any relevant announcement NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES at monthly meetings in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban where professionals, academics and international experts share their knowledge on a variety of welding and / or NDT related subjects.
FOR MORE INFORMATION Go to 011 298 2110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate R6 045 Individuals R 780 Fellows R 700
This diagram represents the entire offering of SAIW courses. SAIW COURSE WORLD CAREER PATHS SAIW COURSES Welding Lecturer | Fabrication & Welding Inspector | Competent Person – Pressure Vessels Competent Person – Steam Generators | Quality Control Personnel Fabrication Supervisor | Inspector of Pressurised Equipment Fabrication Foreman Welding Technologist Welding Engineer Robotic Operator Technical Sales Representative Estimator Welding/Fabrication Supervisor Project Manager Fabrication Workshop Manager Research & Development Fabrication Management Academic Quality Auditor Quality Engineer NDT Training, Examination & Certification | NDT Consultant NDT Applied Scientist/Physicist | NDT Lecturer | NDT Examiner NDT Auditor | NDT Quality Engineering | NDT Operator (Level 1) | NDT Manager NDT Research/Developer | NDT Technician (Level 2) | NDT Technologist (Level 3) Artisan Welder Tradesman Boilermaker Pipe Welder Pipe Fitter Structural Steel Welder Welding Operator Artist/Sculptor Sheet Metal Worker Robotic Operator/ Programmer Safety Officer Visual Testing | Eddy Current | UTWT Industrial Radiographic Safety | Hardness Testing | Appreciation of NDT for Engineers PT | MT | Replica Metallography | RT | UT Robotic Welding IIW Practitioner IIW Specialist Heat Treatment for Engineers IIW Technologist Welding Metallurgy IIW Engineer Appreciation of Welding for Engineers Failure Analysis Welder Qualification | Welding Quality Control | ASME Code Weld Procedure Qualification | Competent Person Course IWIP Basic | IWIP Standard | IWIP Comprehensive Heat Treatment for Welding | Paint Inspector Senior Welding Inspector | AWS Welding Safety National Welder Programme Welding Symbols Welding International Plate Welder International Fillet Welder International Pipe Welder Welding Co-ordination Practical Welding Welding Inspection Non-Destructive Testing
3 *Persons who have completed IWP or IWS or IWT and/or IWE are exempt from Welding Technology module at the relevant level and only need to complete the Inspection module. CAREER PLAN FOR INTERNATIONAL WELDING INSPECTION PERSONNEL IWIP Basic Level • Inspection Module • Welding Technology Module IWIP Standard Level IWIP Comprehensive International Welding Practitioner* Complete all requirements for the Basic Level as per above chart (Details on application) International Welding Specialist* Complete all requirements for the Basic and Standard Levels as per above chart (Details on application) International Welding Technologist* Complete all requirements for the Basic, Standard and Comprehensive Levels as per above chart (Details on application) Two years working at the Basic Level Two years working at the Standard Level Matric with pass in Maths and Science with overall average of 50% Pass Welding Quality Control Two years professional welding related experience
CAREER PLAN FOR INSPECTORS WELDING INSPECTOR IIW Welding Inspection Diploma at a relevant level ASME Diploma SAIW Paint Inspector Diploma RT Interpreters 2 Weeks Apply for Certification After Relevant Industrial Experience 2 Year IPE Experience (18 Tasks) IPE Certification IWI COMPREHENSIVE IPE NDT’s PAINT INSPECTOR Welding Inspector (Level 1) SAIW Paint Inspector 1 Week NDT Module’s PT (Level 1 & 2) MT (Level 1 & 2) UT (Level 1) RT, VT, ECT 21 Weeks * IWIP (Basic Level) Senior Welding Inspector (Level 2) | 5 Weeks IWIP (Standard Level) ASME Code of Construction 2 Weeks PLUS OR PLUS * Total duration of institutional knowledge modules.
Note that Level 1 qualification in the relevant method is a pre-requiste for Level 2 courses of the same method.
5 CP Steam Generators CP Experience Qualification Dependent* (Vessel Inspection) Apply for Certification CP Pressure Vessels Certification Limited CP Experience Qualification Dependent* (Vessel Inspection) Apply for Certification CP Pressure Vessels Certification Unlimited COMPETENT PERSONS Competent Person Steam Generators Core Week 2 Weeks Competent Person Pressure Vessels Core Week 1 Week Competent Person Foundation Module (If no Inspector Level 1) 1 Week Industry Specific Module Eg. Process Plant Inspection 4 Weeks Apply for Certification CP Experience Qualification Dependent*
ONLINE SYSTEM 1.
Go to www.saiw.co.za 2. Click on – REGISTER FOR A COURSE NEW STUDENTS Click on NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION - Complete required information (Full names, email address and ID) 1. You will receive an email with a link to follow which will allow you to complete your personal profile. 2. This request will be sent to the SAIW SMS system for acceptance. 3. After acceptance you will receive an email with login details. 4. If you click on username (student’s number) and password (ID number) and security code (CAPS ONLY), this will log you onto your personal dashboard.
5. Click on the course booking icon (green icon). This will open a screen where you will be able to select the course type (drop down menu). 6. Select course (i.e IWIP) – this will then open the available dates. 7. Select required dates by clicking on the small block on the right hand side. 8. This will allow you to select – Person responsible for payment. (Company details required for company payments) 9. You will be required to submit your documents (application form, ID, and required access conditions).
10. After submitting your documents – select save and continue. 11. The request for booking will be sent to the SAIW administration offices.
12. Once accepted by the administration offices you will receive a quote via email. 13. You will be allowed to log onto your profile to add your payment on the pink icon (continue with payment). Click on this icon and this will allow you to submit your payment. 14. Once the SAIW accounts department confirms your payment in the bank, the system will generate a booking confirmation that will be sent to you via email. 15. PLEASE NOTE: No booking confirmation will be sent out without proof of payment.
OLD STUDENTS Enter student number in both the USERNAME and PASSWORD fields and enter security code (CAPS ONLY) and log on. 1. Click on the course booking icon (green icon). This will open a screen where you will be able to select the course type (drop down menu). 2. Select course (i.e IWIP) – this will then open the available dates. 3. Select required dates by clicking on the small block on the right hand side. 4. This will allow you to select person responsible for payment. (Company details required for company payments).
5. You will be required to submit your documents (application form, ID, and required access conditions).
6. After submitting your documents – select save and continue. 7. The request for booking will be sent to the SAIW administration offices. 8. Once accepted by the administration offices you will receive a quote via email. 9. You will be allowed to log onto your profile to add your payment on the pink icon (continue with payment). Click on this icon and this will allow you to submit your payment. 10. Once the SAIW accounts department confirms your payment in the bank, the system will generate a booking confirmation that will be sent to you via email. 11. PLEASE NOTE: No booking confirmation will be sent out without proof of payment.
7 BOOKING PROCEDURES • Please ensure that you comply with the course access conditions prior to enrolling for the course. • Refer to the access conditions throughout the prospectus. • Further information is available on the SAIW website: www.saiw.co.za • Full payment is to be made prior to the commencement of the course and exam. • All prices indicate the combined total for both the training and initial qualification examination costs. NOTE: Please contact SAIW should you experience any difficulty with the self-help online registration. ALL PRICES QUOTED INCLUDE VAT 1 The following documentation is required for course enrolment: 1.1 “Course Enrolment Application Form” – completed in full.
1.2 Confirmation of full payment. 1.3 Legible copy of highest academic qualifications (School, college, University, etc.) and / or pass mark in Proficiency Test. 1.4 Company letter stating delegate’s current employment status (if applicable). 1.5 Legible copy of ID or Passport. 1.6 When doing a Level II or Level III course, confirmation of the preceding Level qualification (training record and examination result letter) is required. Please note that: Once we have received all correct documents and payment has been confirmed, you will receive, via email, a “Booking Confirmation Notice”.
This booking confirmation notice will include the date of the course, venue and full address. 2 What you need to bring along: 2.1 Copy of your ID or Passport. 2.2 Stationery, e.g. pen, pencil, note book, eraser and highlighter and scientific calculator. 2.3 Copy of the booking confirmation letter. 2.4 A 100% attendance of the course is mandatory. 3 Cancellation of Training: 3.1 The SAIW reserves the right to cancel the holding of a course at short notice, should student numbers not meet our minimum course requirements. Candidates shall be informed of the cancellation two weeks prior to the training start date and arrangements will be made to book the candidate on the next available course.
Should the student / applicant decide the alternative arrangement is unsuitable, the full course fees will be reimbursed in these circumstances. Personal costs relating to accommodation and travelling cannot be claimed.
3.2 If the course booking is cancelled by the applicant less than 30 (thirty) days prior to the training start date, then the cancellation charge will be equal to the full course cost and no refund is applicable. 3.3 If the course booking is cancelled by the applicant 30 (thirty) days or more prior to the training start date, a cancellation charge of 4% (plus VAT) of the course fees will be charged by the SAIW as an administration fee and the balance of the fees refunded to the applicant. In these circumstances only the balance of the course fees will be reimbursed and no personal costs relating to accommodation and travelling may be claimed by the applicant.
4 Dress Code: 4.1 Practical Welding: Safety clothes – safety boots, full overalls with long sleeves, gloves and helmet. 4.2 Any other course: Long pants, shirt and closed shoes.
MAYFAIR NEWTOWN BOOYSENS SELBY SAIW John Vorster Police Station Commissioner Street EAST Bloemfontein M2 Motorway De Villiers Graaf Motorway M1 CITY WEST MAIN REEF ROAD Blvd W e s t’ n Prospeed FORDSBURG Lovers’ Walk Roodepoort off-ramp End of M2 Motorway MACRO Hanover Park Road Treu Rd. Jhb CBD N W E S DBN Jan Smuts H i g h w a y / M 1 3 N3 PMB KLOOF M13 N2 SOUTH COAST St. James Spaghetti Junction NORTH COAST Pavilion Not to Scale Essex Terrace University SAIW Durban in MBA Building Jan Hofmeyer Rockdale Ave Jan Hofmeyer 40 Essex Terrace Spine Rd Sherwood Maryville SAIW CONTACT DETAILS & DIRECTIONS N1 ← Koeberg Road (M5) → N7 N1 ← Bosmansdam Road & N7 & N2 Racecourse Road ← R27 → N7 & N1 Ixia Milpark Centre SAIW Jasmin JOHANNESBURG (HEAD OFFICE) GPS co-ordinates: 26°12′39.6′′S 28°01′35.8′′E Southern African Institute of Welding, 52 Western Boulevard off Main Reef Road, City West, Johannesburg P O Box 527, Crown Mines, 2025 Tel: +27 (0)11 298 2100 Fax: +27 (0)11 836 4132 Email: email@example.com CAPE TOWN GPS co-ordinates: 33°52′11.8′′S 18°30′17.9′′E SAIW Western Cape Representative: Liz Berry Unit 70 Milpark Centre, Ixia Street, Milnerton Tel: +27 (0)21 555 2535 Mobile: +27 (0)84 446 0629 Fax: +27 (0)21 555 3517 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DURBAN GPS co-ordinates: 29°49′49.8′′S 30°57′03.6′′E SAIW Training Administrator: Elizabeth Shole 40 Essex Terrace, Westville, 3629 Tel: +27 (0)87 351 6568 Mobile: +27 (0)78 782 0197 Fax: +27 (0)86 682 3901 Email: email@example.com
BANKING DETAILS For courses: Account Name: South African Institute of Welding NPC Bank: First National Bank Branch: Hyde Park Branch Number: 255 805 Account Number: 505 236 54470 Reference No: Surname & ID number / Invoice Number For examinations and re-write examinations Account Name: SAIW Certification NPC Bank: First National Bank Branch: Hyde Park Branch Number: 255 805 Account Number: 620 739 56850 Reference No: Surname & ID number / Invoice Number Comments, Compliments or Complaints Please note: Any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1. Training can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org 2.
Examination and Certification can be forwarded to email@example.com Credit Card facilities available at the SAIW offices
11 CONTENTS SAIW offers industry developed training programmes which aim to provide the candidates with the neccecary skills to meet industry needs. Our skills programme are in the process of being registered with the relevant ETQA and QCTO, and once registered may be recognised as part qualifications and contribute credits towards NQF alligned qualifications. General Information Become an SAIW Member 1 SAIW Course World 2 Career Plan for Inspectors 3-5 Online System 6 Booking Procedures 7 Directions 8 Banking Details 9 Course Information Welding Quality Control 12-15 IWIP Basic 16-19 IWIP Standard 20-23 IWIP Comprehensive 24-27 Senior Welding Inspector Level 2 28-31 IIW Welding Practitioner 32-33 IIW Welding Specialist 34-35 International Welding Specialist Bridging 36-37 IIW Welding Technologist 38-39 Appreciation of Welding 40-41 ASME Codes of Construction 42-43 AWS D1.1 – Steel Structures 44-45 Post Weld Heat Treatment Practitioner 46-47 Piping Inspectors 48-49 Competent Persons Training 50-53 Process Plant Inspection 54-55 Paint Inspectors 56-57 Welding Symbols 58 Welder Qualification 59 Welding Procedure Qualification 60 Robotic Welding 61 Weld Quality Management and Welding Coordination 62 Material Testing Laboratory 63 Practical Welder Training 64-65 IIW International Welder 66-67 Welding Re-write Examinations 68-69 Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) About NDT 70-71 NDT Booking Procedures 72 NDT Training – Access Conditions 73 Eddy Current Testing 74-75 Magnetic Particle Testing 76-77 Penetrant Testing 78-79 Visual Testing 80-81 Radiographic Testing 82-83 Ultrasonic Testing 84-85 Portable Hardness Testing 86 Replica Metallography 87 NDT Level 3 Basic and Main Methods 88 NDT CPD Courses 89 NDT Re-Writes: Booking Procedures 90 NDT Revision and Re-Writes 91