COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

Please contact sales@saiw.co.za or 011 298 2108 for pricing and more information. WELDING INSPECTION KIT NDT INSPECTION KIT INSPECTION KITS NOW AVAILABLE

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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 membership@saiw.co.za Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate R6 045 Individuals R 780 Fellows R 700

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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.

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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*

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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.

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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.

COURSE PROSPECTUS 2019 - Southern African Institute of Welding

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: jhb@saiw.co.za 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: cpt@saiw.co.za 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: dbn@saiw.co.za

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 quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za 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

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ABOUT WELDING QUALITY CONTROL The course introduces welding terminology, gives a brief description of common welding processes, material science, inspection techniques, welding and fabrication codes, quality control documentation, basic mathematics and science as well as the Foundation week, which was previously in the Welding Inspection Level 1 course. The course is also for those who do not meet direct entry requirements to the IWIP - B course. This course is intended for anyone who wishes to enter the field of fabrication and serves as a basis to begin a career in welding quality control and inspection.

The course can be used to access other courses in Welding Inspection or Welding Coordination/Supervision. The course meets the syllabus requirements of Module IWIS - 0 for IIW courses. Welding Quality Control is a course designed to allow candidates who have no industry experience to quickly familiarise themselves with the ins and outs of welding quality control. Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 13

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 WELDING QUALITY CONTROL COURSE INFORMATION Entry Requirements None Course Outline Week 1 - Quality control, welding codes and standards, welding terminology. Week 2 -  Overview of Mathematics, Science, Engineering and Material for Welding Technology. Course Duration 10 Days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate and Non-Members R 10 359 Please Note: A 60% average is required in end-of-course examination.

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 15 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG WEEK JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 1 14 - 18 Jan 04 - 08 Mar 20 - 24 May 24 - 28 Jun 26 - 30 Aug 2 21 -25 Jan 11 - 15 Mar 27 - 31 May 01 - 05 Jul 02 - 06 Sept CAPE TOWN WEEK CPT 1 CPT 2 CPT 3 1 11 - 15 Feb 03 - 07 Jun 30 Sept - 04 Oct 2 18 - 22 Feb 10 - 14 Jun 07 - 11 Oct SECUNDA WEEK SEC 1 SEC 2 1 21 - 25 Jan 27 - 31 May 2 28 Jan - 01 Feb 03 - 07 June DURBAN WEEK DBN 1 DBN 2 1 14 - 18 Jan 24 - 28 Jun 2 21 - 25 Jan 01 - 05 Jul

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ABOUT INTERNATIONAL WELDING INSPECTION PERSONNEL (IWIP) Qualification as a welding inspector is an ideal platform to build a career in quality control of welded fabrications or as a third party inspector. This qualification is well regarded in industry and may lead to a variety of career paths. The IWIP course is designed to equip an inspector to conduct basic inspections, to identify welding defects and witness and validate welder qualification tests. Important to note: This course is the first level of a new 3-level programme, which was introduced in 2017 and it will comprise International Welding Inspector Personnel (IWIP) Basic, Standard and Comprehensive levels. As form 2018 the course will be offered in modular form as from this year which means that a student can enrol for the Technology module or the Inspection module independently. To become an IWI-Basic Inspector one needs to successfully complete both modules. Those in possession of the IIW International Welding Practitioner (IWP), Specialist (IWS), Technologist (IWT) or Engineer (IWE) diplomas only need to complete the Inspection module at Basic level to become an IWIP-B Inspector as they will have already completed the Technology component in the IWIP - Basic course.

Upon completion of the Basic Level, two years working experience is required to access the Standard Level course. To progress from the Standard Level to the Comprehensive Level, two further years of working experience is required. The SAIW has decided to fully implement the International Institute of Welding (IIW) IWIP Programme in order to afford candidates an internationally recognised qualification. Those who pass will receive an IIW diploma. The IIW is represented in more than 50 nations across five continents and is the leading welding organisation in the world. IWI - Basic Level The SAIW flagship Welding Inspector training programmes are tailored to meet industry requirements for welding inspection personnel involved in the fabrication, petrochemical, refinery, process plant, power generation, construction and other industries.

Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 17 INTERNATIONAL WELDING INSPECTION COURSE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA Entry Requirements Matric with a pass in both Mathematics and Science and a combined average mark of 50% OR Successful completion of SAIW’s Welding Quality Control course OR Two years welding experience. Course Outline Week 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design Week 2 Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC Course Duration 10 days + 1 day revision + 1 day exam Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 23 044 Non-Member R 24 912 INSPECTION JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA Entry Requirements Matric with a minimum mark of 50% in Maths and Science A General Education and Training Certificate (Grade 9) with 5 years metalworking experience OR successful completion of Basics of Welding Quality Control course. Course Outline Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting Course Duration 6 days + 1 day revision + 2 days exams Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 17 365 Non-Member R 18 608 Includes SAIW Welding Inspection Kit IWI - Basic Level

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 Course Schedule | TECHNOLOGY MODULE | Basic Level JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 JHB 6 JHB 7 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 40 14 - 18 Jan 25 Feb - 01 Mar 25 - 29 Mar 06 - 10 May 27 - 31 May 15 - 19 Jul 12 - 16 Aug 2 Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC 40 21 - 25 Jan 04 - 08 Mar 01 - 05 Apr 13 - 17 May 03 - 07 Jun 22 - 26 Jul 19 - 23 Aug Revision and Exam 04 - 05 Feb 18 - 19 Mar 15 - 16 Apr 27 - 28 May 18 - 19 Jun 05 - 06 Aug 02 - 03 Sept DURBAN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS DBN 1 DBN2 DBN 3 DBN 4 DBN 5 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 40 14 - 18 Jan 25 - 29 Mar 03 - 07 Jun 12 - 16 Aug 07 - 11 Oct 2 Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC 40 21 - 25 Jan 01 - 05 Apr 10 - 14 Jun 19 - 23 Aug 14 - 18 Oct Revision and Exam 04 - 05 Feb 15 -16 Apr 24 - 25 Jun 02 - 03 Sept 28 - 29 Oct SECUNDA WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS SEC 1 SEC 2 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 40 25 Feb - 01 Mar 02 - 06 Sept 2 Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC 40 04 - 08 Mar 09 - 13 Sept Revision and Exam 18 - 19 Mar 25 - 26 Sept JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 8 JHB 9 JHB 10 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 40 02 - 06 Sept 14 - 18 Oct 18 - 22 Nov 2 Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC 40 09 - 13 Sept 21 -25 Oct 25 - 29 Nov Revision and Exam 25 - 26 Sept 04 - 05 Nov 09 - 10 Dec CAPE TOWN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS CPT 1 CPT 2 CPT 3 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 40 25 - 29 Mar 08 - 12 Jul 14 - 18 Oct 2 Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC 40 01 - 05 Apr 15 - 19 Jul 21 - 25 Oct Revision and Exam 15 - 16 Apr 29 -30 Jul 04 - 05 Nov

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 19 JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 JHB 6 JHB 7 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 04 - 08 Mar 01 - 05 Apr 20 - 24 May 24 - 28 Jun 29 Jul - 02 Aug 26 - 30 Aug 16 - 20 Sept 2 11 Mar 08 Apr 27 May 01 Jul 05 Aug 02 Sept 23 Sept Revision and Exam 13 -15 Mar 10 - 12 Apr 29 - 31 May 03 - 05 Jul 06 - 08 Aug 04 -06 Sept 25 - 27 Sept SECUNDA WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS SEC 1 SEC 2 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 13 - 17 May 28 Oct - 01 Nov 2 20 May 04 Nov Revision and Exam 22- 24 May 06 -08 Nov JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 8 JHB 9 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 21 - 25 Oct 25 - 29 Nov 2 28 Oct 02 Dec Revision and Exam 30 Oct - 01 Nov 04 - 06 Dec CAPE TOWN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS CPT 1 CPT 2 CPT 3 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 06 - 10 May 26 - 30 Aug 25 - 29 Nov 2 13 May 02 Sept 02 Dec Revision and Exam 15 - 17 May 04 - 06 Sept 04 - 06 Dec Course Schedule | INSPECTION MODULE | Basic Level DURBAN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS DBN 1 DBN2 DBN 3 DBN 4 DBN 5 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 18 - 22 Feb 13 -17 May 22 - 26 Jul 30 Sept - 04 Oct 25 - 29 Nov 2 25 Feb 20 May 29 Jul 07 Oct 02 Dec Revision and Exam 27 Feb - 01 Mar 22 - 24 May 31 Jul - 02 Aug 09 - 11 Oct 04 - 06 Dec

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ABOUT INTERNATIONAL WELDING INSPECTION PERSONNEL (IWIP) On completion of the IWIP Standard, the candidate will have an advanced knowledge of Welding and Inspection theory and practical application. The successful IWIP Standard graduate is able to supervise IWIP Basic personnel as well as develop and provide instructions for Inspection activities including at an IWIP Basic level. In the IWIP Standard course the candidate will delve deeper into all aspects dealt with at the IWIP Basic level e.g. you will examine radiographic films instead of only reviewing radiographic inspection reports; review destructive test reports and much more. The course has two modules in line with the IWIP Basic – Technology and Inspection which can be completed separately. However, qualification is achieved only when both modules are successfully completed.

Those candidates who are in possession of the International Welding Specialist certificate are exempted from the Technology module and are allowed automatic entrance into the Inspection module. These candidates, on passing the Inspection modules at IWIP Basic and IWIP Standard levels, will attain the IWIP Standard certificate. Successful IWIP Standard graduates can apply for the IWIP Comprehensive course on attainment of two years’ Welding Inspection experience at the IWIP Standard level. IWI - Standard Level The IWIP Standard is for candidates who have successfully completed their IWIP Basic course, are in possession of two years’ post IWIP Basic Welding Inspection experience and who wish to further their Welding Inspection training.

Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 21 INTERNATIONAL WELDING INSPECTION COURSE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA Entry Requirements IWIP-B plus 2 years post IWIP-B welding inspection experience. International Welding Specialist Course Outline Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC Course Duration 4 days + 1 day exam Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 11 664 Non-Member R 12 610 INSPECTION JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA Entry Requirements IWIP-B plus 2 years post IWIP-B welding inspection experience.

International Welding Specialist Course Outline Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting Course Duration 6 days + 2 days exam Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 17 365 Non-Member R 18 608 IWI - Standard Level

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 Course Schedule | TECHNOLOGY MODULE | Standard Level JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 JHB 6 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 11 - 14 Feb 01 - 04 Apr 08 - 11 Jul 12 - 15 Aug 30 Sept - 03 Oct 04 - 07 Nov Exam 15 Feb 05 Apr 12 Jul 16 Aug 04 Oct 08 Nov DURBAN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS DBN 1 DBN2 DBN 3 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 11 - 14 Feb 08 - 11 Jul 30 Sept - 03 Oct Exam 15 Feb 12 Jul 04 Oct SECUNDA WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS SEC 1 SEC 2 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 08 - 11 Apr 30 Sept - 03 Oct Exam 12 Apr 04 Oct CAPE TOWN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS CPT 1 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 15 - 18 Jul Exam 19 Jul

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 23 Course Schedule | INSPECTION MODULE | Standard Level JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 11 - 15 Mar 03 - 07 Jun 19 - 23 aug 16 - 20 Sept 11 - 15 Nov 2 18 Mar 10 Jun 26 Aug 23 Sept 18 Nov Exam 20 - 22 Mar 13 -14 Jun 29 - 30 Aug 26 - 27 Sept 21 - 22 Nov SECUNDA WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS SEC 1 SEC 2 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 20 - 24 May 25 - 29 Nov 2 27 May 02 Dec Exam 30 - 31 May 05 - 06 Dec CAPE TOWN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS CPT 1 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 09 - 13 Sept 2 16 Sept Exam 19 - 20 Sept DURBAN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS DBN 1 DBN2 DBN 3 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 48 25 - 29 Mar 19 - 23 Aug 11 - 15 Nov 2 01 Apr 26 Aug 18 Nov Exam 04 - 05 Apr 29 - 30 Aug 21 - 22 Nov

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ABOUT INTERNATIONAL WELDING INSPECTION PERSONNEL (IWIP) On completing the course, you will have extensive knowledge of welding and inspection theory and application. The course is presented in modular form similar to IWIP Standard and IWIP Basic i.e. there is a Technology module and an Inspection module that have to be successfully completed in order to attain the IWIP Comprehensive certificate. Successful IWIP Comprehensive candidates will, amongst other things, be able to manage all Inspection activities; supervise IWIP Basic and IWIP Standard personnel developing and then giving them appropriate (on-the job) instructions; act as technical experts for the inspection function.

People holding the IWT or IWE qualifications are exempted from doing the IWIP Comprehensive Technology module but are required to complete the Inspection modules from the IWIP Basic, IWIP Standard and IWI Comprehensive courses and, on passing, they will have to go through an interview process, which, if they pass, will lead to them attaining the IWIP Comprehensive certificate. IWI - Comprehensive Level The IWIP Comprehensive is the most prestigious and the highest level of the IWIP courses. Candidates who have successfully completed the IWIP Standard course and are in possession of two years’ Welding Inspection experience at the Standard level are eligible for the Comprehensive course.

Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 25 INTERNATIONAL WELDING INSPECTION COURSE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA Entry Requirements Entry for both IWIP-S plus 2 years post IWIP-S welding inspection experience. International Welder Technology and International Welder Engineer. Course Outline Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design Fabrication, Application, Engineering Testing of Welds QA/QC Course Duration 4 days + 1 day exam Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 14 203 Non-Member R 15 355 INSPECTION JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA Entry Requirements Entry for both IWIP-S plus 2 years post IWIP-S welding inspection experience.

International Welder Technology and International Welder Engineer. Course Outline Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting Course Duration 4 days + 1 day exam Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 14 203 Non-Member R 15 355 IWI - Comprehensive Level

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 Course Schedule | TECHNOLOGY MODULE | Comprehensive Level JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 JHB 6 JHB 7 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 28 - 31 Jan 25 - 28 Feb 25 - 28 Mar 06 - 09 May 10 - 13 Jun 22 - 25 Jul 09 -12 Sept Exam 01 Feb 01 Mar 29 Mar 10 May 14 Jun 26 Jul 13 Sept JOHANNESBURG 2 WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 8 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 28 - 31 Oct Exam 01 Nov DURBAN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS DBN 1 DBN2 DBN 3 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 28 - 31 Jan 27 - 30 May 14 -17 Oct Exam 01 Feb 31 May 18 Oct SECUNDA WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS SEC 1 SEC 2 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 25 - 28 Mar 22 - 25 Jul Exam 29 May 26 Jul CAPE TOWN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS CPT 1 CPT 2 1 Welding Processes Materials Technology Construction and Design 32 13 - 16 May 16 - 19 Sept Exam 17 May 20 Sept

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 27 Course Schedule | INSPECTION MODULE | Comprehensive Level SECUNDA WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS SEC 1 SEC 2 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 32 20 - 23 May 16 - 19 Sept Exam 24 May 20 Sept CAPE TOWN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS CPT 1 CPT 2 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 32 01 - 04 Jul 28 - 31 Oct Exam 05 Jul 01 Nov DURBAN WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS DBN 1 DBN2 DBN 3 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 32 04 - 07 Mar 01 - 04 Jul 25 - 28 Nov Exam 08 Mar 05 Jul 29 Nov JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 JHB 6 JHB 7 1 Quality Assurance Quality Control in Inspection Testing of Welds and Reporting 32 11 - 14 Mar 08 - 11 Apr 03 - 06 Jun 15 - 18 Jul 19 - 22 Aug 07 - 10 Oct 02 - 05 Dec Exam 15 Mar 12 Apr 07 Jun 19 Jul 23 Aug 11 Oct 6 Dec

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ABOUT SENIOR WELDING INSPECTOR The Senior Welding Inspector course, which is for those who have successfully completed the Welding Inspector Course, completes the training as a welding inspector and further upgrades skills to a level where candidates are able to take on and manage all inspection activities, including being able to confirm the code compliance of a welding procedure. Since 2010, the SAIW welding inspectors training programmes and examinations are fully aligned with the International Institute of Welding (IIW) IWIP Standard level inspection diploma, but the combined Welding Inspector and Senior Welding Inspector courses incorporate material identified as essential by national industry experts. Students having successfully completed the Senior Welding Inspector course automatically qualify for the internationally recognised IIW IWIP standard level diploma, which is awarded automatically, provided the student meets the following IIW course access conditions: •  The candidate has to be at least 20 years old at the time of taking the course •  The candidate has to have a senior certificate or equivalent with pass marks in mathematics and science •  The candidate must have at least 2 years’ relevant practical experience •  Candidates with a GETC qualification (Grade 9) require an additional 3 years of relevant experience, i.e. a total of 5 years’ experience •  Students who qualified as Senior Welding Inspectors (SAIW – Level 2) before 2010 have to complete an extra 2 day module and exam in construction and design. (Details on application) – Level 2 The SAIW welding inspector training programmes are tailored to meet industry requirements for welding inspection personnel involved in the fabrication, petrochemical, refinery, process plant, power generation, construction and other industries. Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

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South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 SENIOR WELDING INSPECTOR COURSE INFORMATION JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA Entry Requirements Applicants for Senior Welding Inspector (Level 2) courses must have passed the relevant SAIW Certification Welding Inspector (Level I) qualification examination. Course Duration 25 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 47 323 Non-Member R 51 160 – Level 2 Course Outline Week 1 Construction and Design Materials Technology II Week 2 Destructive Testing Non Destructive Testing Week 3 Heat Treatment Inspection and Quality Assurance Week 4 Procedure Qualification Fabrication Applications Engineering Legal Knowledge Week 5 Theory Examination (2 x 3 hrs) Practical Examination (1 x 5 hrs) Revision

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 31 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 JHB 5 1 Construction and Design Materials Technology II 16 24 21 - 25 Jan 04 - 08 Mar 13 - 17 May 24 -28 Jun 29 Jul - 02 Aug 2 Destructive Testing Non Destructive Testing 8 32 18 - 22 Feb 08 - 12 Apr 10 -14 Jun 22 - 26 Jul 26 - 30 Aug 3 Heat Treatment Inspection and Quality Assurance 16 24 25 - 29 Mar 06 - 10 May 08 - 12 Jul 19 - 23 Aug 30 Sept - 04 Oct 4 Procedure Qualification Fabrication Applications Engineering Legal Knowledge 24 8 8 06 - 10 May 03 - 07 Jun 12 - 16 Aug 16 - 20 Sept 28 Oct - 01 Nov 5 Revision Theory Examination (2 x 3 hrs) Practical Examination (1 x 5 hrs) 24 6 5 10 - 12 Jun 13 Jun 14 Jun 01- 03 Jul 04 Jul 05 Jul 09 -11 Sept 12 Sept 13 Sept 14 -16 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 25 -27 Nov 28 Nov 29 Nov DURBAN | CAPE TOWN | SECUNDA WEEK COURSE INFORMATION HRS DBN 1 DBN 2 DBN 3 CPT 1 SEC 1 SEC 2 1 Construction and Design Materials Technology II 16 24 21- 25 Jan 08 -12 Apr 29 Jul - 02 Aug 04 - 08 Mar 28 Jan - 01 Feb 12 - 16 Aug 2 Destructive Testing Non Destructive Testing 8 32 18 - 22 Feb 13 - 17 May 26 - 30 Aug 11 - 15 Mar 25 Feb - 01 Mar 09 - 13 Sept 3 Heat Treatment Inspection and Quality Assurance 16 24 11 - 15 Mar 10 - 14 Jun 16 - 20 Sept 01 - 05 Apr 25 - 29 Mar 07 - 11 Oct 4 Procedure Qualification Fabrication Applications Engineering Legal Knowledge 24 8 8 01 - 05 Apr 08 - 12 Jul 21 -25 Oct 08 - 12 Apr 20 - 24 May 04 - 08 Nov 5 Revision Theory Examination (2 x 3 hrs) Practical Examination (1 x 5 hrs) 24 6 5 06 -08 May 9 May 10 May 12 -14 Aug 15 Aug 16 Aug 18 - 20 Nov 21 Nov 22 Nov 06- 08 May 09 May 10 May 24 -26 Jun 27 Jun 28 Jun 02 -04 Dec 05 Dec 06 Dec

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 IIW WELDING PRACTITIONER COURSE INFORMATION Entry Requirements 1.  A valid welder qualification certificate to weld in all positions without backing in at least one process, eg. 6G (H-L045) pipe weld without backing, or horizontal and vertical groove weld without backing 2.  The recommended minimum age of 20 years including 2 years working experience as a welder 3.  Welder qualification tests will be conducted on completion of the theory in the 6G positions and PF plate positions, in a choice of processes or materials The Course is intended for Welding personnel who wish to improve their welding skills and knowledge to enable them to take on welding supervision tasks and positions.

Course Duration Practical: 8 days / Theory: 10 days / Exams: 2 hours Pricing (Including VAT) Theory Only Practical Only Combined Corporate Member R 19 987 R 8 593 R 28 580 Non-Member R 21 608 R 9 289 R 30 897 Please Note: Practical Welding Module may be exempt on application if the candidate has a welder qualification for multiple materials and can demonstrate experience of all the major welding processes.

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 33 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 Practical Welding 60 On Request Welding Processes and Equipment 29 Materials and their behaviour during welding 23 Construction and Design 6 Fabrication, Applications and Engineering 28 Examination 2 The International Welding Practitioner (IWP) course is ideal for welding personnel who wish to progress their career and improve their knowledge of welding technology and quality control.

This course has both a theoretical and a practical component and covers: •  Welding processes and equipment •  Materials and their behaviour during welding, construction and design • Fabrication applications engineering • Practical Welding:  Practical training is carried out on an individual basis with the main processes being MMA, MIG/MAG, FCAW, TIG and Oxy-Fuel welding. Forty (40) hours are reserved to broaden the student’s knowledge and skill in other relevant materials within this main process. An additional twenty (20) hours shall be reserved to give the student basic understanding of the possibilities of other processes NOTE: The student may be exempted from practical training under certain circumstances.

On completion of the course, students will have an understanding of: •  The characteristics and main components of the most common arc welding power sources •  The fundamentals of common and special welding processes and their applications •  Consumables used in the different processes •  Joint designs and weld configurations for specific materials, thicknesses, accessibility, different loadings and allowable tolerances •  Basic metallurgy of steels, testing of materials and heat treatments •  Defects encountered with the various welding processes •  And more – see dedicated course brochure for additional details. Welding supervisors are tasked with the responsibility of improving the productivity of welders. With the correct training, welding supervisors will provide adequate support for welders, ensuring high quality production at minimum cost. Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 IIW WELDING SPECIALIST COURSE INFORMATION Entry Requirements 1.  A senior certificate (matric, N3) with a pass in mathematics and science or equivalent AND 2.  The recommended minimum age of 20 years including a minimum of 2 years of job related experience is required OR 3.  Hold a General Education and Training Certificate (GETC – Grade 9) plus 5 years relevant metal working experience The Course is intended for Welding supervisors and coordinators and for personnel involved in training and technical sales.

Course Duration Practical: 8 days / Theory: 26 days / Exams: 8 hours Pricing (Including VAT) Theory Only Practical Only Combined Corporate Member R 41 150 R 8 593 R 49 743 Non-Member R 44 487 R 9 289 R 53 776 Please Note: The practical component does not aim at providing practical skills to the welding Specialist, but rather at providing them with knowledge on the control of the different welding processes. The students will become as familiar as possible with the problems and typical defects associated with incorrect use of the different welding methods.

Exemption is available from the practical training module on application with a suitable CV showing experience with all the welding processes.

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 35 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 Practical Welding 60 14 -22 Jan 06 - 14 May 01 - 09 Jul Welding Processes and Equipment 48 04 - 11 Feb 03 -10 Jun 29Jul - 05 Aug Materials and their behaviour during welding 56 11 - 20 Mar 08 - 17 Jul 02 - 11 Sept Construction and Design 24 15 - 18 Apr 12 -15 Aug 07 - 10 Oct Fabrication, Applications and Engineering 54 06 - 15 May 09 - 18 Sept 11 - 20 Nov Examination (4 x 2 hrs) 8 18 Jun 07 Oct 09 Dec The Welding Specialist course is aimed at equipping personnel with the necessary skills and technical knowledge to plan, execute, supervise and test welding operations within a limited technical field involving simple welded constructions. The course has been designed to meet the requirements of welding coordination personnel. Welding supervisors and coordinators make a valuable contribution to welding operations, especially with regards to cost, quality, productivity and safety. The course is specifically aimed at supervisors and coordinators but is also suitable for personnel involved in training and technical sales. Candidates of at least 20 years of age with a senior matric certificate or N3 qualification, including mathematics and science and at least two years’ relevant experience may apply. Candidates with a Grade 9 or equivalent certificate, plus five years’ relevant experience will also be considered.

Candidates not meeting the above educational requirements may still be able to access the course through artisan qualifications and experience. Contact the SAIW for more information. An International Institute of Welding IIW Course Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 INTERNATIONAL WELDING SPECIALIST BRIDGING COURSE INFORMATION Entry Requirements 1.  Pass in SAIW Welding Inspection Level 1 and Senior Welding Inspector Level 2 AND 2.  Meet the access conditions for IIW Welding Specialist Course Duration 5 days and 60 hours practical Pricing (Including VAT) Theory Only Practical Only Combined Corporate Member R 13 913 R 8 593 R 22 505 Non-Member R 15 041 R 9 289 R 24 330 Please Note: Practical Welding Module may be exempt on application if the candidate has a welder qualification for multiple materials and can demonstrate experience of all the major welding processes.

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 37 The Welding Specialist Bridging course provides a route for candidates who have completed SAIW Welding Inspector Level 2 to obtain the IIW International Welding Specialist diploma. This one week training course covers the Welding Specialist syllabus requirements that are not covered within the SAIW Welding Inspector Level 1 and Level 2 courses. This course is aimed at equipping personnel with the necessary skills and technical knowledge to coordinate welding activities within a fabrication environment. Welding supervisors and coordinators make a valuable contribution to welding operations especially with regards to cost, quality, productivity and safety. The Welding Specialist Bridging course provides a route for personnel to increase their welding inspection knowledge and skills to fulfil a welding supervision and coordination role.

The normal access requirements for IIW Welding Specialist apply and candidates will be required to write examinations for the four Welding Technology modules. Candidates will also be required to undertake the practical module. This, however, may be exempt if the candidate can demonstrate the requisite experience and knowledge of welding processes. Alternate Welding Inspector route to obtain the Specialist Diploma Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 To obtain the Specialist Diploma the Level 2 plus IIW Specialist Bridging Courses must be completed. 54 28 Jan - 01 Feb 07 - 11 Oct Examination 8 18 -19 Mar 02 - 03 Dec Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 IIW WELDING TECHNOLOGIST COURSE INFORMATION Entry Requirements 1. National diploma in Engineering from a Technical University (Technikon) 2. BSc degree in Engineering 3. I WS diploma with 6 years work experience as a Welding Coordinator at an appropriate level within 8 years after receiving the IWS diploma 4.  N6 Mechanical Engineering with 5 years work experience in the fabrication field in the last 10 years after receiving the N6 diploma on a Welding Technologist level The Course is intended for Engineering personnel with a National diploma in engineering or an equivalent qualification, intending to pursue a career in welding fabrication and for engineers working in site and workshop fabrication.

Course Duration Practical: 8 days / Theory: 44 days / Exams: 16 hours Pricing (Including VAT) Theory Only Practical Only Combined Corporate Member R 67 996 R 8 593 R 76 589 Non-Member R 73 509 R 9 289 R 82 798 Please Note: The practical component aims to provide a candidate with knowledge on the control of the different welding processes. The candidate will become as familiar as possible with the problems and typical defects associated with incorrect use of the different welding methods. Exemption is available from the practical training module on application with a suitable CV showing experience with all the welding processes.

Please contact course administrator on weld.insp@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 39 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 Practical Welding 60 04 - 12 Mar Welding Processes and Equipment 81 01 - 12 Apr Materials and their behaviour during welding 96 06 - 22 May Construction and Design 44 24 - 28 Jun Fabrication, Applications and Engineering 81 22 Jul - 02 Aug Examinations are held on 1st day of the following module 4 x 4 26 Aug The welding technologist course is aimed at equipping personnel with the necessary skills and technical knowledge for the planning, executing, supervising and testing of the tasks and responsibilities in welding fabrication, within a selective or limited technical field involving simple welded constructions. Engineering personnel, with a National Diploma in engineering or an equivalent qualification, intending to pursue a career in welding fabrication should apply for this course. It is suitable for engineers working on site and in fabrication workshops, in manufacturing, EPCM companies and end users. The qualification is referenced as suitable for employees with welding coordination responsibilities in ISO 3834 and ISO 14731 standards addressing welding quality systems.

It is also an excellent qualification for Welding Coordination Personnel with the responsibility for confirming the acceptability of welding procedures used in welded fabrications. An International Institute of Welding IIW Course Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 APPRECIATION OF WELDING COURSE INFORMATION The Course is intended for Personnel who specify welding for design or construction or maintenance of equipment. This course provides an overview of welding and material technology as well as quality control of welding operations to ensure that suitable quality welds are produced and the design intent is met. Course Duration 5 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 14 203 Non-Member R 15 355 Please Note: The Appreciation of Welding course is designed to provide personnel with an overview of welding technology in order to understand welding better and make informed welding related decisions.

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 41 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 DBN 1 CPT 1 Introduction to welding processes Introduction to materials Introduction to welding quality assurance 40 18 - 22 Feb 21 - 25 Oct 16 - 20 Sept 12 -16 Aug In addition, there are many materials for the engineer to utilise including a large range of ferrous alloys ranging from steel alloys through to cast iron as well as non-ferrous alloys. Techniques have also been developed for welding plastics, ceramics and other exotic materials. The Appreciation of Welding course is designed to provide candidates with an overview of welding technology in order to understand welding better and make informed welding related decisions. With increasing operating stresses and temperatures, use of new materials and innovative designs, engineers are finding it increasingly difficult to contain maintenance and fabrication costs due to their lack of knowledge of welding technology and related sciences. With increased knowledge of welding technology, it has been proven that substantial cost savings are possible. Personnel in senior positions must have an appreciation of welding technology to ensure that maintenance, fabrication and construction work is being carried out effectively in terms of quality and cost effectiveness.

Welding is a complex subject with many welding processes available ranging from the traditional “stick” welding through to advanced processes such as laser welding. CPD credits available for this course Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ASME CODES OF CONSTRUCTION COURSE INFORMATION The Course is intended for Welding fabrication inspectors, engineers, technologists, technicians and supervisors who wish to improve their knowledge of these codes. Course Duration 10 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 25 768 Non-Member R 27 857 Please Note: Since 1986, the SAIW has held a two week course on the ASME Codes of Construction including the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspection Code. This course now covers: National Board Inspection Code; ASME Section I; ASME Section VIII Division I; ASME Section IX. It has been agreed, in conjunction with the relevant committees, that this course will be included in the modules required for registration as a: SAQCC (IPE) Inspector of Pressurised Equipment. The course is specifically designed to introduce students on how to use the relevant code sections logically and methodically. This course is aligned with the NBIC for personnel aiming to qualify in the categories mentioned above.

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 43 The course is also suitable for project and maintenance engineers and engineering supervisors with responsibility for boilers and pressure vessels as an introduction to the ASME codes. Candidates should have a Grade 10 qualification as a minimum with 12 months welding inspection experience. Candidates should preferably have completed the SAIW level 2 welding inspector qualification prior to doing this course, which is a requirement for IPE certification.

The course addresses the requirements of ASME Section 1 – rules of construction for power boilers. ASME section VIII Division 1 – rules of construction for pressure vessels, ASME Section IX – welding and brazing qualifications and NBIC – National Board Inspection Code. The following syllabus with an emphasis on code requirements for welding, fabrication and inspection: design of vessels and boilers; allowable materials; strengthen calculations for openings; fabrication requirements; qualification of welders and welding procedures; Inspection and tests; marking and reports; pressure relief devices; duties of inspectors; using the codes and calculations; practical solutions to problems.

Successful graduates will have an appreciation for the design requirements and be able to use the codes and interpret and apply the fabrication and inspection requirements in their daily work activities. This ASME Code of Construction is ideal for welding inspectors involved in boiler and/or pressure vessel fabrication, repair or modification according to the ASME codes. This course is mandatory for inspectors aiming for Inspector of Pressurised Equipment (IPE) certification with the intention of working for an Approved Inspection Authority.

Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 DBN 1 DBN 2 CPT 1 CPT 2 ASME VIII ASME I ASME IX NBIC 80 04 - 15 Feb 08 - 19 Jul 11 - 22 Nov 11 - 22 Feb 14 - 25 Oct 20 - 31 May 04 -15 Nov Examination (2 x 4 hrs) 8 CPD credits available for this course Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 AWS D1.1 – STEEL STRUCTURES COURSE INFORMATION The Course is intended for To focus on the fabrication and inspection requirements of this code. It is not intended to cover the design aspects. Course Duration 4 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 9 406 Non-Member R 10 168 Please Note: AWS D1.1 code is widely used both internationally and locally for managing welding quality in structural steel constructions and buildings, bridges, draglines, oil production platforms, mining headgear, shaft steelwork, earthmoving and mining equipment, as well as power station structures. Successful candidates will be able to use and interpret the code with regards to: Pre-qualified welding procedures; Qualification of welders and welding procedures; Allowable materials; Fabrication requirements; Inspection and tests; Marking and reports.

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 45 Personnel involved in the fabrication of steel structures including inspection, quality control and fabrication should attend this course. Engineering personnel wishing to improve their understanding of inspection and quality control during fabrication of steel structures are also encouraged to attend this course. This four-day course provides an analysis of this welding fabrication code and covers the following aspects of the 2015 version of the code: •  Section 1 - General requirements related to welded steel structures •  Section 3 - Pre-qualified welding procedures •  Section 4 - Welding procedure and performance qualification • Section 5 - Fabrication requirements • Section 6 - Inspection requirements •  Practical exercises in the interpretation of code requirements Successful candidates will be able to use and interpret the code with regards to: pre-qualified welding procedures; qualification of welders and welding procedures; allowable materials; fabrication requirements; inspection and tests; marking and reports.

AWS D1.1 code is widely used both internationally and locally for managing welding quality in structural steel constructions and buildings, bridges, draglines, oil production platforms, mining headgear, shaft steelwork, earthmoving and mining equipment, as well as power station structures. Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 DBN 1 CPT 1 Pre-qualified WPS Qualified WPS Welder qualification Inspection Fabrication 32 04 - 07 Feb 19 - 22 Aug 18 - 21 Jun 01 - 04 Jul Examination – Self Assessment CPD credits available for this course Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 POST WELD HEAT TREATMENT PRACTITIONER (PWHT) COURSE INFORMATION The Course is intended for Covers heat treatment requirements for the fabrication of pressure vessels, steam generators and process equipment. The following fabrication codes are dealt with in this course: ASME VIII, BS2633, EN13445, EN13480, AWS D1.1. Course Duration 10 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 27 826 Non-Member R 30 082 Please Note: Heat treatment practitioners performing local heat treatment of welded fabrications on site, or in a workshop, using resistance heating, will benefit from this course. The course is also suitable for maintenance personnel who are responsible for supervising heat treatment operations. Candidates should preferably have a Grade 12 qualification and experience in engineering and/or metal working is recommended.

Successful candidates will: Understand the necessity to perform pre- and post-weld heat treatments; be able to determine heat treatment cycles in accordance with various codes; be able to set up and operate heat treatment equipment.

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 47 Course Content: Theory: Basic metallurgy; heat treatment definitions; welding processes; welding effects on materials – why is heat treatment necessary?; heat treatment cycles, heating and cooling rates, soaking temperatures, soaking times; code and material specification requirements for welding; pre-heat, post-weld heat treatment, normalising, annealing, hydrogen removal; methods of heat treatment; equipment – machines, heaters, recorders, cables, thermocouples, thermocouple welders, insulation materials; thermocouple locations; code requirements for heating band width and insulation band width. Practical: Determining pre- and post-weld heat treatment requirements to codes and standards; determining heating and insulation band widths; determining heating configurations on nozzles; setting up equipment for weld heat treatments – thermocouples, heaters, insulation; operating heat treatment equipment.

Successful candidates will: Understand the necessity to perform pre- and post-weld heat treatments; be able to determine heat treatment cycles in accordance with various codes; be able to set up and operate heat treatment equipment. PWHT Heat treatment practitioners performing local heat treatment of welded fabrications on site, or in a workshop, using resistance heating, will benefit from this course. The course is also suitable for maintenance personnel who are responsible for supervising heat treatment operations. Candidates should preferably have a Grade 12 qualification and experience in engineering and/or metal working is recommended. Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 Welding processes Materials PWHT codes 80 18 Feb - 01 Mar Examination (2 x 2 hrs) 4 Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 PIPING INSPECTORS COURSE INFORMATION The Course is intended for Personnel wishing to undertake inspection of piping in compliance to the Pressure Equipment Regulations. Course Duration 5 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 14 203 Non-Member R 15 355

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 49 SAIW has for a long time offered courses that lead to certification as a Competent Person (CP) for In-Service Inspection as well as for Inspector of Pressure Equipment (IPE) certification for all new construction and repairs through the respective SAQCC schemes. A need has now been identified for the certification of Pipeline Inspectors. This new Piping Inspectors course is based on certification requirements similar to the Competent Person and Inspector of Pressurised Equipment, consisting of a one week theoretical course, followed by an examination. The candidate is then required to gather experience as a pipeline inspector prior to application for certification. It is also a requirement for the Inspector to have comprehensive knowledge of the South African legislation for Pressure Equipment, therefore it is a pre-requisite for the student to have successfully undertaken a Legal Knowledge course on the PER and SANS 347.

Successful candidates will have comprehensive knowledge on the requirements of International Pipeline and Piping Component Inspection standards, including failure mechanisms, safety devices, the requirements for new construction standards, and Inspection techniques followed by objective and supportive report writing. Among others, the following International standards will be covered API 570, API 571, API 574, API 576, API 579, and ASME B31.3 and ASME B16.5 construction standards. The South African Pressure Equipment Regulations (PER) requires that new and in service pipelines are categorized and conformity assessed in accordance with SANS 347.

Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 API 570 API 571 API 574 API 576 API 579 ASME B31.3 ASME B16.5 40 30 Sept - 04 oct Exam Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ABOUT COMPETENT PERSONS TRAINING These courses are also suitable for engineering personnel responsible for in-service inspection requirements according to the Pressure Equipment Regulations (PER). The qualification will ensure that the user’s responsibility in terms of the in-service inspection requirements of the PER are appropriately managed. Competent persons perform the in- service inspections which are required by the Pressure Equipment Regulations (PER) according to the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Competent persons are required to be certified by the SAQCC CP certification body and it is an essential requirement that the candidates have successfully completed an approved training course for certification.

Certification is available in two categories – pressure vessels or steam generators. In the case of pressure vessels, there are two basic sub-categories; limited or unlimited. Limited certification is aimed at those personnel working only in the field of inspection of compressor air receivers or small medical autoclaves. Other pressure vessel inspectors working in the industry, including refinery and process industries or power generation industries are required to have unlimited certification. It is recommended that candidates should have a minimum of Grade 10 or an equivalent qualification and some relevant experience in inspection or operation of pressurised equipment, however, all candidates will be considered.

Successful candidates will: have a basic knowledge of common welding processes used in steam generator manufacture and repair and the defects that may occur in original manufacture; have gained knowledge and understanding of the defects that arise in service and possible equipment failure mechanisms; have gained knowledge of the suitability of NDT test methods; understand the roles and responsibilities of the USER, the AIA in-service and the competent person inspector in complying with the in-service inspection requirements of the PER; have sufficient technical knowledge to be able to perform in- service inspection of steam generators. The SAIW Competent Person courses are ideal for persons intending to work as inspectors for an Approved Inspection Authority (AIA) which has in-service inspection included in the scope of its accreditation and approval by the Department of Labour (DoL).

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 51 CP PV Core Syllabus 5 Days CP PV Additional Plant Syllabus 20 Days CP Steam Generator Core Syllabus 10 Days PLUS Foundation Course Welding and NDT Syllabus 5 Days Exemption from the Foundation Week is possible depending on prior training qualifications For PV Certification limited to air receivers or small autoclaves For unlimited PV Certification NOTE: The Competent Person Foundation module is mandatory for all new students not holders of Welding Inspector qualification (SAIW Level 1) or IWIP-B.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 COMPETENT PERSONS TRAINING COURSE INFORMATION Foundation Week Entry Requirements: The SAIW Competent Person courses are ideal for persons intending to work as inpsectors for an Approved Inspection Authority (AIA) which has in-service inspection included in the scope of its accreditation and approval by the Department of Labour. These courses are also suitable for engineering personnel responsible for inservice inspection requirements according to the Pressure Equipment Regulations (PER).

Course Duration 5 Days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 14 207 Non-Member R 15 355 Training Evaluation: The Foundation Week ends with an examination aimed to ensure the candidate has sufficient background knowledge in welding and NDT to start work in Competent Person activities and study further courses leading to certification. Pressure Vessel – Core Week Entry Requirements: Completed Competent Persons Foundation Module or hold a Welding Inspector qualification (SAIW Level 1) or IWIP-B. For description and dates of the CP Foundation Module see page 55. Course Duration 5 Days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 14 207 Non-Member R 15 355 Training Evaluation: The Core Week examination has two parts, which ensure candidates understand the requirements of the PER and have a good general knowledge of the common defects and failure mechanisms arising with pressure vessels in-service.

Steam Generators – Core Week Entry Requirements: Completed Competent Persons Foundation Module or hold a Welding Inspector qualification (SAIW Level 1) or IWIP-B. For description and dates of the CP Foundation Module see page 55. Course Duration 10 Days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 28 413 Non-Member R 30 717 Training Evaluation: The Core Week examination has two parts which ensure candidates understand the requirements of the PER and have a good general knowledge of the common defects and failure mechanisms arising with steam generators in-service.

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 53 Course Schedule FOUNDATION WEEK HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 DBN 1 DBN 2 CPT 1 This one week Foundation Course covers an introduction to the common welding processes, their application and the defects arising; common non-destructive testing methods, their application, advantages and disadvantages. 40 11 - 15 Feb 24 - 28 Jun 04 - 08 Feb 26 - 30 Aug 25 Feb - 01 Mar Examination 1 STEAM GENERATORS – CORE WEEK HOURS JHB 1 DBN 1 CPT 1 Steam Generators: background to legislation; Pressure Equipment Regulations; codes and standards; types of steam generators; knowledge of operation; safety prior, during and after inspections; external and internal inspections; failures and repairs, including specific equipment and service conditions; water treatments; fire side inspection; overpressure protection devices; appreciation of NDT methods; pressure testing; report writing requirements; information and discussion forum for the inspection and testing of steam generators.

80 14 - 25 Oct 30 Sept - 11 Oct 22 Jul - 02 Aug Examination (2 x 2 hrs) 4 PRESSURE VESSEL – CORE WEEK HOURS JHB 1 DBN 1 CPT 1 Pressure vessels (core week): background to legislation; pressure equipment regulations; codes and standards; safety procedures and vessel entry; autoclaves; external and internal inspections (defects arising in service – what to look for); failures and repairs, including specific equipment and service conditions; overpressure protection devices; pressure testing; report writing; information and discussion forum for inspection and testing of pressure vessels. 40 22 - 26 Jul 25 - 29 Mar 11 -15 Mar Examination (1 x 2 hrs) 1 Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 PROCESS PLANT INSPECTION COURSE INFORMATION Entry Requirements Completed Competent Persons Pressure Vessel Core Week (see page 54). Course Duration 20 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 39 288 Non-Member R 42 474 Please Note: Process Plant Inspection modules are essential modules for persons wishing to become Competent Persons with unlimited certification or for persons wanting to obtain the SAIW Inpsection Technology Diploma.

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 55 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN HOURS JHB 1 DBN 2 MODULE 1 40 07 - 10 Oct 03 - 06 Jun Examination (approx. 1 x 1 hr) 1 11 Oct 07 Jun MODULE 2 40 14 - 17 Oct 10 - 13 Jun Examination (approx. 1 x 1 hr) 1 18 Oct 14 Jun MODULE 3 40 18 - 21 Nov 08 - 11 Jul Examination (approx. 1 x 1 hr) 1 22 Nov 12 Jul MODULE 4 40 25 - 28 Nov 15 - 18 Jul Examination (approx. 1 x 1 hr) 1 29 Nov 19 Jul This course builds on pre- existing inspection knowledge and is focused on areas of knowledge which are needed specifically for process plant equipment.

The course has been specifically designed for the petrochemical industry to address the inspection requirements on a petrochemical refinery and is focused around the best operating standards developed by the American Petroleum Institute (API). On completion of this course, the candidate may apply for unlimited certification for Competent Persons: Pressure Vessels. Persons intending to complete the SAIW inspection diploma should apply for this course, as it is an essential module for this diploma. Module 1 API 510: Pressure Vessel Inspection Code: In-service inspection, rating, repair and alteration; ASME VIII: Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels Div 1 – Calculations to API 510; ASME IX: Welding, Brazing and Fusing Qualifications – Procedure and welder qualification; Engineering Drawing and Design.

Module 2 API 574: Inspection Practices of Piping System Components; API 570 Piping Inspection Code: In-service inspection, repair, and alteration of piping systems; ASME B31.3 Process Piping; API 576 Inspection of Pressure Relieving Devices. Module 3 API 571: Damage mechanisms affecting fixed equipment in the refining industry; API 580 Risk Based Inspection; Process Equipment Knowledge; API 572 Inspection of Pressure Vessels ; Towers, Drums, Reactors, Heat Exchangers and Condensers – Process Equipment; Process Diagrams; Recommended Repair Methods (National Board Inspection Code).

Module 4 API 579: Fitness for service; Advanced NDT; API 653: Tank inspection repair, alteration and reconstruction; Report writing. The Process Plant Inspection course is a follow-on course from the Competent Person Pressure Vessel course. Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 PAINT INSPECTORS COURSE INFORMATION Course Duration 4 days and 1 day examination Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 14 203 Non-Member R 15 355 Course Content: THEORY: Principles of corrosion, corrosion protection, selection of coating systems, surface preperation methods and applicable standards, paint constituents, application methods and applicable standards, paint specifications and datasheets, measurement and evaulation techniques and processes, site and shop applications, coating defects and failures, definitions of coating related terms. PRACTICAL: Assessment of environmental conditions relating to coating application, perform inspections on newly prepared substrates, evaluate newly coated surfaces, test various aspects of an established coating system and identify typical coating damage and failures. These results and instructions are consequently used to generate suitable report sheets.

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 57 Course Schedule JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 DBN 1 CPT 1 CPT 2 THEORY AND PRACTICAL 32 18 - 22 Feb 15 - 19 Jul 09 - 13 Sept 18 - 22 Nov 04 - 08 Nov 27 - 31 May 28 Oct - 01 Nov Examination: Multiple choice 2 hrs; Narrative 2 hrs; Practical 3 hrs 7 Furthermore, the practical content of the course enables the candidate not only to assess the application process and newly applied protective layers, but also to identify coating damage on established installations.

Candidates who are involved in the surface preparation, paint application or corrosion protection industries, who want to further their career opportunities in the supervisory or coating evaluation facets of corrosion protection of engineering materials, may apply. The SAIW Paint Inspectors (PI) course provides candidates with the basic knowledge regarding surface preparation and paint application to ensure engineering materials are suitably protected from environmental decay and/or corrosion, through the use of protective coatings.

Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 WELDING SYMBOLS COURSE INFORMATION Welders that work with fabrication drawings must be able to interpret welding symbols to prepare the joint and apply a weld that meets the specifications. Welding inspectors must be able to read and interpret welding plans. The welding symbol course provides a detailed review of the use of welding symbols in the fabrication environment. The course covers the use of the European system for welding symbols (ISO 2553) as well as the use of the American system (AWS A2.4). The course will also deal with the difficulties encountered in engineering design and fabrication workshops with the use of two different systems. Concepts covered in the course include orthographic views, joint types and weld types, basic joint geometry, key terms, and basic rules of welding symbols and non-destructive testing symbols. The course covers all types of welds including groove welds, fillet welds, plug and slot welds, spot and projection welds, and stud, seam, surfacing, and edge welds.

This course is ideal for all fabrication personnel including welding supervisors, quality controllers and welding inspectors. The course is also ideal for personnel involved in engineering design as well as draughting and detailing personnel. Welding symbols are used as a pictorial language to convey weld requirements. The weld symbol conveys to the fabricator the position of welds, type of joint to be used, the size of the weld and the amount of weld metal to be deposited. Course Duration 1 day Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 3 135 Non-Member R 3 389 JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN JHB 1 DBN 1 CPT 1 18 Jun 05 Aug 05 Aug CPD credits available for this course

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 59 WELDER QUALIFICATION COURSE INFORMATION In this course the student will be taken through each standard in great detail so that the candidate will be able to qualify and manage welders appropriately. Welders are tested for the purpose of ensuring they possess the skills to produce defect-free welds, which in turn ensures that mechanically sound welds are produced when a qualified welding procedure specification is followed. This course is ideal for candidates wishing to learn how to qualify welders and those wishing to refresh their knowledge on welder qualifications.

The welder qualification course is intended to teach students how to qualify welders according to the AWS D1.1, ASME IX and ISO 9606 standards. Course Duration 4 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 9 331 Non-Member R 10 088 The Course is ideal for Candidates wishing to learn how to qualify welders as well as those wishing to refresh their knowledge on welder qualifications. CPD credits available for this course JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN JHB 1 JHB 2 DBN 1 CPT 1 21 - 29 Jan 05 - 08 Aug 05 - 08 Aug 19 - 22 Aug Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za 19 - 22 Aug

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 WELDING PROCEDURE QUALIFICATION COURSE INFORMATION This is ensured by following standards that guide the candidate on how to produce mechanically sound welds. WPS and PQR qualification to AWS D1.1, ASME IX and ISO 15614 will be taught in detail. The candidate will learn how to prepare test pieces, understand essential variables and the necessary testing required to conform to the three mentioned standards. This course is aimed at personnel wishing to learn how to qualify welding procedures as well as those wishing to refresh their knowledge on WPS and PQR qualification. This course is designed to teach the student how to go about producing welds that conform to design requirements. Course Duration 4 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 9 331 Non-Member R 10 088 The Course is ideal for This course is aimed at personnel wishing to learn how to qualify welding procedures as well as those wishing to refresh their knowledge on WPS and PQR qualification.

JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN JHB 1 JHB 2 DBN 1 CPT 1 28 - 31 Jan 11 -14 Nov 08 -11 Apr 11 -14 Nov

Please contact course administrator on weld.tech@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2111 for further information 61 JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 JHB 4 This course should prove of value to welding personnel who may not have a sound appreciation of the metallurgical principles of welding. 80 25 Mar - 05 Apr 24 Jun - 05 Jul 12 - 23 Aug 18 - 29 Nov ABOUT ROBOTIC WELDING COURSE INFORMATION The course gives the candidate an understanding of the following aspects of Robotic Welding (RW). Terminology used for RW; The different levels of automation, mechanization and RW; The quality assurance, quality control and inspection applied in RW.  Productivity and economics of welding; Non-Destructive Testing of Robotic Welds; Technical drawings including interpretation and application; Welding Symbols; Standards for welding defects (ISO 5817); Health and Safety in RW; RW Systems and Programming: • Axes of RW Systems • Control Systems in RW • Structure of Welding Systems  • Equipment components used us in RW • RW Programming and Efficient Use. • Welding Processes used in RW • Programming of Robots •  Seam tracking systems and sensors used in RW • Joint Preparation for RW • Maintenance of RW Systems The training includes a practical module which will teach the Welding Operator: Welding procedures; Qualification tests of the RW Operator as per ISO 14732; Programming of the RW Machine including off-line programming. Course Duration 10 days Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 27 826 Non-Member R 30 082 The International Robotic Welder training course is designed to give the candidate the necessary theoretical knowledge on welding technology by equipping him/her with the skills to manage all aspects of a robotic welding operation including design of the welding task, safety and troubleshooting of the welding operation. Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za For those who are not welders they should do a two week inroduction to the Practical Welding Course.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 WELD QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND WELDING COORDINATION: ISO 3834 and ISO 14731 Manufacturing processes such as fusion welding are widely used to produce many products, and for some companies, these are the key production features. Products may range from simple to complex. Examples include pressure vessels, domestic and agricultural equipment, cranes, bridges, transport vehicles and other items. These processes exert a profound influence on the cost of manufacture and on the quality of the product. It is therefore important to ensure that these processes are carried out in the most effective way and that appropriate control is exercised over all aspects of the operation. The ISO 3834 Quality Management System will be consulted to clearly define all the welding related aspects and how to manage them on a day to day basis. The course is aimed at assisting those in the Welding Coordination teams to implement and manage ISO 3834 as well as to familiarise them with their roles as stated in ISO 14731.

Course Duration 1 day Pricing (Including VAT) R 3 390 JOHANNESBURG | DURBAN | CAPE TOWN JHB 1 JHB 2 DBN 1 CPT 1 The course is aimed at assisting those in the Welding Coordination teams to implement and manage ISO 3834 as well as to familiarise them with their roles as stated in ISO 14731. Please note: Courses can be conducted at company premises should there be sufficient interest – i.e. in excess of six people. 29 Mar 16 Aug 24 May 14 Jun

Please contact course administrator on mat.lab@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2104 for further information 63 MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY SAIW has a material testing laboratory on site. This facility is fully equipped to perform mechanical and non destructive testing on weld samples, either welded in the welding school or during the performance of welding procedure qualifications in industry. The material testing laboratory supports the consulting services offered by the SAIW, which include failure analysis, welding related research and development, welding consumable evaluation, weld procedure qualification, welder qualification, post weld heat treatment and positive material identification.

All testing is performed to international standards, with the following testing services offered: Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za Service Equipment available Mechanical testing Tensile & Bend testing MTS Criterion 64.305 (300 kN) Charpy V notch Impact testing 450 joule SANS Charpy impact test machine Vickers hardness testing emcoTEST Durascan 70 (10 grams to 10 Kg load) Rockwell hardness testing Wilson Rockwell hardness tester Chemical Testing Spectrographic analysis Bruker Q2 Ion spectrometer X-Ray Fluorescence analysis (XRF) & positive material identification Bruker S1 Titan XRF analyser Diffusible hydrogen analysis Bruker G4 Phoenix diffusible hydrogen analyser Microstructural evaluation and reporting Nikon microscope Eclipse MA-200 All equipment needed for test sample preparation is available in house. The SAIW material testing laboratory, laboratory number T0693, is accredited by SANAS to comply with ISO 17025. The SAIW material testing laboratory is managed by a team of qualified and experienced metallurgists. For more information, please contact administrator on mat.lab@saiw.co.za or on 011 298 2104.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 PRACTICAL WELDER TRAINING COURSE INFORMATION The SAIW assists companies to produce high quality welds and increase productivity through training by highly skilled instructors. Courses can be developed to suit company or individual requirements at the SAIW Practical Training School, which can accommodate up to 40 students. Pricing (Including VAT) R 5 800 per week Minimum booking for training 5 days Students are to supply their own personal protective equipment (safety boots, flame retardent overall) Welder Competency Test per test piece R 2 623 Different test pieces may be required for each welding process and test position. Test can be tailored to meet the relevant standard.

Training is based on carbon steel and for any other material prior arrangements need to be made.

Please contact course administrator on prac.weld@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2119 for further information 65 Course Schedule MAIN PROCESS SMAW: Shielded Metal Arc Welding MMA: Manual Metal Arc Welding GMAW: Gas Metal Arc Welding MIG/MAG: Inert or Active Gas Welding GTAW: Gas Tungsten Arc Welding TIG: Tungsten Inert Gas Welding FCAW: Flux Cored Arc Welding R 5 800 per week R 5 800 per week R 5 800 per week R 5 800 per week MAIN PROCESS FILLET WELDER PLATE WELDER PIPE WELDER 1F 2F 3F 4F 5F 1G 2G 3G 4G 1G 2G 5G 6G Practical welder training can be booked in blocks of a week to address the particular areas where the student requires training.

Training can be provided for practical welding with the following welding processes: SMAW / MMA – Stick welding GMAW / MIG / MAG – CO2 welding GTAW / TIG welding – Argon welding FCAW – Flux cored welding SAW – Submerged arc welding Training can be undertaken for welding in all positions. At the end of the training period, a welder qualification in accordance with any of the fabrication standards (e.g. ASME IX, AWS D1.1, ISO 9606) can be undertaken and issued on a successful result.

Special materials The Practical Welder Training course is tailored to the needs of the candidate. The training will be geared to meet the needs of the candidate welder, whether the candidate is a beginner welder or a skilled welder, who just needs to improve his/her technique in a particular area. Welding of castings, Welding of alloy steels, Oxy-fuel welding and brazing, Oxy-fuel cutting, Stove pipe welding. R 5 800 per week (For Castings and Special Alloys Material and Consumables are to be supplied by candidate attending.

Add 30% to price list for training using Aluminium or Stainless Steel suppplied by SAIW or student to supply own material. Please inform us 10 days prior to commencement of training your choice of type, grade of material and dimensions. Courses run weekly Monday – Friday. To confirm booking full payment is required. Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 IIW INTERNATIONAL WELDER COURSE INFORMATION The International Institute of Welding (IIW) has developed a training programme for welders where the IIW seeks to achieve harmonisation in the training, examination and qualification testing of welders globally. The training and assessment is linked to the requirements of ISO 9606, which provides a scheme for qualification testing of welders. Internationally, and specifically in South Africa, industry requires welders with more skill for the sake of flexibility in production. The International Welder programme provides a combination of comprehensive theoretical knowledge and high practical skills assessed by tests of increasing difficulty including ISO 9606 qualification tests and by theoretical examinations. The programme is presented at three different levels - fillet, plate and pipe welder.

Training times for practical welding vary from person to person; therefore the training times detailed on page 57 are based on previous training experience. It is possible to finish the required modules in a shorter period of time whilst some individuals may require additional training time compared to that indicated in the table on page 69. Obtaining qualification for experienced welders Experienced welders may enter the programme at any level. In order to obtain the qualification, the relevant theory training and examination will need to be completed along with all the relevant qualification (including lower levels, ie Module A & B) tests pertaining to the qualification required. Example: If a welder requires the International Pipe Welder qualification (all positions) for TIG welding, the theory modules and examinations (A, B, C & ST – 9 days) would need to be completed and the 5 qualification tests (Fillet, Plate & Pipe) as detailed opposite. No practical training is necessary if the welder is competent to achieve the required quality standard as detailed in international standards (ISO 9606) for all the required qualification tests. Once an assessment has been undertaken on the welders skill level, an individual training programme can be specified which will be quoted individually.

Outcomes of training Upon completion of the course, trainees will be able to demonstrate the required level of skill in accordance with ISO9606 or similar standard (ASME IX) and pass the required theoretical examination. Candidates will be able to produce basic Fillet, Plate and Pipe Welds with the chosen welding process depending on the level of qualification and have a basic understanding of the theory of welding. The graduating welder will be awarded with an IIW Diploma plus a Welder Performance Qualification (WPQ) as per International Standards.

South Africa is in need of high quality welding skills.

Please contact course administrator on prac.weld@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2119 for further information 67 Course Access Appropriate health as well as physical and mental capability is required to enter at Fillet Welder level. Access to higher levels is allowed upon passing of relevant theoretical examinations and demonstration of required practical skill. The International Welder programme consists of theoretical as well as practical modules. Pricing Core Module: R 55 485 including VAT. - The core modules includes 12 weeks of training which is inclusive of the 2 weeks theory module. Additional blocks of 12 weeks training can be booked at the above price to complete the International Welder training programme as required.

Additional weeks: R 5 045 including VAT per additional week. - Individual training weeks can be purchased at the above rate as required in order to complete a further qualification after the core module has been completed, qualification tests undertaken during training periods are inclusive. Course Schedule Theory Modules: (Training and Examination) Theory modules may be taken independently or all modules undertaken collectively: Fillet Welder Core Module – Module A R 5 045 including VAT each Plate Welder Core Module – Module B R 5 045 including VAT each Pipe Welder Core Module – Module C R 1 800 including VAT each Process Specific Modules - Module SA, ST, SM R 1 800 including VAT each Material Specific Modules – Module PSS, PAL R 1 800 including VAT each All modules undertaken collectively (2 weeks training) R 15 600 including VAT Qualification Tests Only: R 2 630 each including VAT JOHANNESBURG JHB 1 JHB 2 JHB 3 Week 1 18 - 22 Feb 15 - 19 Jul 14 - 18 Oct Week 2 25 Feb - 01 Mar 22 - 26 Jul 21 - 25 Oct Welding Process SMAW (MMA) Stick Welding GTAW (TIG) Argon Welding GMAW (MAG) & FCAW CO2 & Flux Core Welding Theory Module – All Processes Practical Module – Training Period Qualification Tests – ISO 9606 Practical Module – Training Period Qualification Tests – ISO 9606 Practical Module – Training Period Qualification Tests – ISO 9606 International Fillet Welder Module A - 4 days 12 weeks practical incl theory module 2 test pieces 12 weeks practical incl theory module 2 test pieces 12 weeks practical incl theory module 4 test pieces International Plate Welder Module B - 3 days 10 weeks 2 test pieces 8 weeks 2 test pieces 8 weeks 4 test pieces International Pipe Welder Module C - 1 day 6 weeks 2 test pieces 4 weeks 1 test pieces On request 2 test pieces Process Specific Theory Module Module SA - 1 day Module ST - 1 day Module SM - 1 day Estimated Cost R 120 000 R 109 960 R 95 350 Additional Material Specific Theory Modules Stainless Steel – Module PSS: 1 day | Aluminium – Module PAL: 1 day * Modules presented on special request only) Should a student welder undertake multiple modules, experience has shown that the student will progress quicker through the modules compared to the estimated periods detailed above. For a welder with limited skill, it is recommended that the training programme is started with SMAW using carbon steel. Alternative materials can be added once the welding process and position technique have been mastered. The different training work pieces are designed to improve the welders skills in different welding configurations in all welding positions progressing to more difficult welding tasks.

Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 RE-WRITE EXAMINATIONS – Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town Please note that the re-write examination schedule could be revised in line with the training schedule - please refer to the SAIW website for the latest version as well as related information. Prices of re-write examinations: Welding Quality Control R1 100 All other re-writes R1 818 Multi Choice re-write R460 Process Plant R1 100 JOHANNESBURG Welding Quality Control & IWIP-B, S, C Senior Welding Inspector All other courses RW 1 25 - 26 Feb 27 - 28 Feb 01 Mar RW 2 25 - 26 Mar 27 - 28 Mar 29 Mar RW 3 27 - 28 May 29 - 30 May 31 May RW 4 24 - 25 Jun 26 - 27 Jun 28 Jun RW 5 22 - 23 Jul 24 - 25 Jul 26 Jul RW 6 26 - 27 Aug 28 - 29 Aug 30 Aug RW 7 30 Sept - 01 Oct 02 - 03 Oct 04 Oct RW 8 28 - 29 Oct 30 - 31 Oct 01 Nov RW 9 25 - 26 Nov 27 - 28 Nov 29 Nov DURBAN Welding Quality Control & IWIP-B, S, C Senior Welding Inspector All other courses RW 1 28 - 29 Jan 30 - 31 Jan 31 Jan RW 2 25 - 26 Feb 27 - 28 Feb 28 Feb RW 3 18 - 19 Mar 20 - 22 Mar 22 Mar RW 4 23 - 24 April 25 - 26 April 26 April RW 5 27 - 28 May 29 - 30 May 30 May RW 6 18 - 19 Jun 20 - 21 Jun 21 Jun RW 7 22 - 23 Jul 24 - 25 Jul 25 Jul RW 8 05 - 06 Aug 07 - 08 Aug 08 Aug RW 9 23 - 25 Sept 26 - 27 Sept 27 Sept RW 10 28 - 29 Oct 30 - 31 Oct 31 Oct RW 11 02 - 03 Dec 04 - 05 Dec 05 Dec CAPE TOWN All courses will be written on these dates. RW 1 RW 2 RW 3 RW 4 RW 5 RW 6 RW 7 RW 8 RW 9 RW 10 RW 11 24 - 25 Jan 21 - 22 Feb 14 - 15 Mar 15 - 16 Apr 16 - 17 May 18 - 19 Jun 18 - 19 Jul 15 - 16 Aug 19 - 20 Sep 17 - 18 Oct 04 - 05 Nov Online rewrite booking process shall be available from 2019

Cancellation of Re-write Exam: 1.  The SAIW reserves the right to cancel the holding of a re-write exam at short notice, should student numbers not meet our minimum requirements. Candidates shall be informed of the cancellation two weeks prior to the re-write exam date and arrangements will be made to book the candidate on the next available re-write exam. Should the student / applicant decide the alternative arrangement is unsuitable, the full re-write exam fee will be reimbursed in these circumstances. Personal costs relating to accommodation and travelling cannot be claimed. 2.  If the re-write exam booking is cancelled by the applicant less than 15 (fifteen) days prior to the re-write exam date, then the cancellation charge will be equal to the full re-write exam cost and no refund is applicable. 3.  Ifthere-writeexambookingiscancelled by the applicant 15 (fifteen) days or more prior to the re-write exam date, a cancellation charge of 4% (plus VAT) of the re-write exam fee will be charged by the SAIW as an administration fee and the balance of the fee refunded to the applicant. In these circumstances only the balance of the re-write exam fee will be reimbursed and no personal costs relating to accommodation and travelling may be claimed by the applicant.

Please contact course administrator on weldrewrite@saiw.co.za or 011 298 2111 for further information

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ABOUT NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT) Non Destructive Testing (NDT) refers to the testing of material and components without inhibiting its further usefulness. Applied scientific principles such as electromagnetic induction, magnetism, capillary action, mechanical vibration, electromagnetic waves, etc. are utilised to identify and characterise discontinuities within tested samples or areas of interest.

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 71 The SAQCC-NDT scheme is the very first NDT qualification and certification scheme developed ‘in Africa by Africans for Africans’ that is registered under the ICNDT MRA Schedule to via the SAIW Certification (PCB). Training is sector specific and can be subdivided into the following main sections: Terminology and history; Physical principles; Product technology and method capabilities, Equipment; Testing information; Testing process; Interpretation / evaluation and reporting; Assessment quality aspects and Developments Training, Qualification and Certification is subdivided into three levels as stipulated by ISO 9712:2012.

•  An individual certified to Level 1 has demonstrated competence to carry out NDT according to written instructions and under the supervision of Level 2 or Level 3 personnel. Level 1 personnel may be authorized to perform the following in accordance with NDT instructions: a) set up NDT equipment; b) perform the tests; c) record and classify the results of the tests according to written criteria; d) report the results. •  Level 2 personnel may be authorized by the employer to perform certain tasks which include: a) select the NDT technique for the testing method to be used; b) define the limitations of application of the testing method; c) translate NDT codes, standards, specifications, and procedures into NDT instructions adapted to the actual working conditions; d) set up and verify equipment settings; e) perform and supervise tests; f) provide guidance for personnel at or below Level 2; g) report the results of NDT. •  Level 3 personnel may be authorized to perform certain tasks which include: a) assume full responsibility for a test facility or examination centre and staff; b) interpret standards, codes, specifications, and procedures; c) carry out and supervise all tasks at all levels; f) provide guidance for NDT personnel at all levels.

Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za Training for Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is provided by the SAIW in compliance with ISO/TR 25108 in accordance with the syllabus provided in ISO/TR 25107 (ASNT CP 105 as well as IAEA Tecdoc 628 are also incorporated) and recognised by an ISO 17024 accredited Personnel Certification Body (PCB) under the scope of ISO 9712, i.e. SAIW Certification PCB, which operates the SAQCC- NDT Scheme.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 NDT BOOKING PROCEDURES 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 any 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 NDT course, venue and full address 2. What you need to bring along: 2.1  For NDT Courses, you would require 4 Coloured ID photo’s taken within the previous 6 months 2.2  Copy of your ID or Passport 2.3  Stationery, e.g. pen, pencil, note book, erasure and highlighter and scientific calculator 2.4  Copy of the booking confirmation letter 2.5  A 100% attendance of the course is a prerequisite for the qualification examination 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  NDT: Wear long pants, shirt and safety boots. Also consider suitable protective clothing such as overalls for the practical sessions • Please ensure that you comply with the course access conditions prior to enrolling for the course. • Refer to the access conditions indicated on the NDT Access Conditions Table. • 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. • All prices quoted include VAT.

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 73 TRAINING: NDT – ACCESS CONDITIONS Level 1 : MT, VT, PT Direct access to the course shall be granted if the candidate has passed both mathematics and science at Grade 10 (Proof of Grade 10 – or equivalent such as N1; certificate is required). Level 1 : UT, RT, ECT Please note that RT Safety is mandatory for access to an RT 1 course and no RT 1 certificate shall be issued unless a RT Safety certificate in accordance with DOH and issued by SAINT Professional Body can be shown.

Direct access to the course shall be granted if the candidate has passed both mathematics and science at Grade 12 (Proof of Grade 12 – or equivalent such as N3 certificate is required). Alternatively, the candidate shall be required to pass a Proficiency Exam for surface methods, prior to being eligible to sit the applicable NDT course. Please note that the Proficiency test is free of charge and only assesses the basic skills relating to mathematics, science, comprehension and communication capabilities required within the applicable NDT method. The pass mark for the Proficiency test is 70%. Please contact Harold Jansen (harold.jansen@saiw.co.za) to ascertain availability and to make a booking. Proficiency tests are performed on Thursdays between 8:00 and 11:00. In the case of candidates not being able to attend the Proficiency test due to transport problems, arrangements can be made to have the test e-mailed to a suitable invigilator and returned via email once completed. Level 2 - All Methods Candidate shall be qualified i.e. have received training in accordance with ISO9712: 2012 requirements and have passed the Level 1 qualification examinations (certified is preferred) as a Level 1 NDT Technician in the applicable method and sector. Access to advanced / derived techniques requires a valid Level 2 certificate in the relevant method. Direct Access to Level 2: Candidate shall have passed both mathematics and science at Grade 12 level (Equivalent to N3 - Proof of Grade 12 certificate is required) and have applicable tertiary qualification(s) and / or relevant NDT experience. Combination of Level 1 and Level 2 Training hours in accordance with an approved syllabus and training programme as per SAQCC - NDT requirements and based on Certification body approval. The Level 1 qualification examinations shall also have been successfully passed. Level 3 - All Methods Candidate shall be qualified i.e. received training in accordance with ISO9712: 2012 requirements and have passed the Level 2 qualification examinations (certified is preferred) as a Level 2 NDT Technician in the applicable method and sector, appropriate tertiary qualifications (relevant to the NDT method - chemistry, mathematics or physics; and / or to the product or industry sector - chemistry, metallurgy, engineering etc.) are advantageous.

All candidates for Level 3 Certification in any NDT method shall have successfully completed the Level 2 Practical exam. (If not certified as Level 2, the practical examination shall have been passed within 1 year from date of writing the Level 3 main method examination). Valid Level 2 Certificate in the applicable method and sector is mandatory when equipment operation or accepting tested components are required. Direct Access to Level 3: Combination of Level 1, 2 and 3 Training hours in accordance with an approved syllabus and training program as per ISO 9712 : 2012 and SAQCC NDT requirements and based on Certification body verification. The Level 2 qualification examinations shall also have been successfully passed. No reduction in requirements for industrial experience. Suitable tertiary qualifications (relevant to the NDT method - chemistry, mathematics or physics; and / or to the product or industry sector - chemistry, metallurgy, engineering etc.) are mandatory.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 EDDY CURRENT TESTING COURSE INFORMATION Eddy current testing (ECT) is an electromagnetic testing method in which electromagnetic induction is utilised to detect any discontinuities. The basic requirement for eddy current testing therefore is that the material being tested or in the case of paint thickness measurement the substrate, should be electrically conductive. Eddy current testing can be regarded as both a surface as well as subsurface testing method since the depth to which the inspection can effectively be performed depends on the frequency of the excitation current, the electrical conductivity as well as magnetic properties of the material being tested.

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 75 Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING | EDDY CURRENT TESTING NDT Method and Level Industrial Sector Product Sector / Category Duration Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Mem- bers Training & Initial Examination Members Initial Certification Eddy Current Testing Level 1 Pre- and in-service ECT 1.1: Surface (s) ECT 1.2: Tubes (t) Training 4 days Exam 1 day ECT 1.1 R 15 147 ECT 1.2 R 15 147 ECT 1.1 R 14 010 ECT 1.2 R 14 010 ECT 1.1 R 2 436 ECT 1.1 R 2 436 Course Code ECT 1.1 - JHB 01 ECT 1.2 - JHB 01 ECT 1.1 - JHB 02 ECT 1.2 - JHB 02 Training 04 - 07 Mar 25 - 28 Mar 13 - 16 May 10 - 13 Jun Exam 8 Mar 29 Mar 17 May 14 Jun Course Code ECT 1.1 - CPT 01 ECT 1.2 - CPT 02 ECT 1.1 - CPT 03 ECT 1.2 - CPT 04 ECT 1.1 - CPT 05 Training 04 - 07 Feb 21 -24 Jan 06 -11 Apr 09 -11 May 29 July - 01 Aug Exam 08 Feb 25 Jan 12 Apr 12 May 02 Aug Eddy Current Testing Level 2 Pre- and in-service ECT 2.1: Surface (s) ECT 2.2: Tubes (t) Training 4 days Exam 1 day ECT 2.1 R 15 147 ECT 2.2 R 15 147 ECT 2.1 R 14 010 ECT 2.2 R 14 010 ECT 2.1 R 2 436 ECT 2.1 R 2 436 Course Code ECT 2.1 - JHB 01 ECT 2.2 - JHB 01 ECT 2.2 - CPT 01 ECT 2.1 - CPT 02 ECT 2.2 - CPT 02 Training 06 - 09 May 01 - 04 July 08 - 11 Apr 30 Sept - 03 Oct 03 - 06 Dec Exam 10 May 05 July 12 Apr 04 Oct 07 Dec PLEASE NOTE: ADVANCED OPTION: ECT 2.5 - DIGITAL APPLICATIONS AND SIGNAL ANALYSIS ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST AND SUBJECT TO DEMAND. The presence of magnetic saturation weak magnetic alloys, shielding or focussing nature of the probe as well as the display capabilities extends the technique description. The training course is based on general theory as well as sector specific applications relating, but not limited to, the following standards and specifications: • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection A - Article 1 & 8 • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection B - Article 26 • ISO 15549 ECT – General principles • ISO 15548 Part 1 ECT – Instrument Characteristics and verification • ISO 15548 Part 2 ECT – Probe Characteristics and verification • ISO 15548 Part 3 ECT – System Characteristics and verification • ISO 17643 ECT – Welds • ISO 2360 ECT - Non-Conductive coatings – Amplitude sensitive equipment • ISO 21968 ECT - Non-Conductive coatings – Phase sensitive equipment • ISO 12718 ECT - Vocabulary If this sounds like a mouthful, then we invite you to dust off your high school knowledge regarding electrical transformers and attend an ECT course. The techniques utilised in eddy current testing depends on the sample being tested, i.e. whether it is a surface, tube, bar or other more complex shapes since it dictates the type of probe to be used. Furthermore, the number of frequencies and the inspection mode(s) such as absolute or differential determines the multi- frequency and / or mode technique description.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING COURSE INFORMATION Magnetic Testing (MT) refers to a surface and very limited subsurface Non-Destructive Testing method that relies on the magnetic nature of the relevant material being tested, to reveal any discontinuities on the surface or major longitudinal indications just below the surface. The material should therefore allow for magnetic fields to be generated inside or pass through the material, hence the requirement for material is that it should be ferromagnetic which means that the material should have a magnetic permeability much greater than 1.

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 77 Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za MAGNETIC TESTING - SAQCC NDT SCHEME (ISO 9712) | NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - SURFACE METHODS NDT Method and Level Industrial Sector Product Sector / Category Duration Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Mem- bers Training & Initial Examination Members Initial Certification Magnetic Testing Level 1 Pre- and in-service MT 1.1 Forging (f) MT 1.2 Castings (c) MT 1.3 Welds (w) Training 4 days Exam 1 day R 15 147 R 14 010 R 2 436 Course Code MT 1 A - JHB 01 MT 1 A - JHB 02 MT 1 A - JHB 03 MT 1 A - JHB 04 MT 1 A - JHB 05 Training 14 - 17 Jan 04 - 07 Feb 25 - 28 Feb 06 - 09 May 27 - 30 May Exam 18 Jan 08 Feb 01 Mar 10 May 31 May Course Code MT 1 A - JHB 06 MT 1 A - JHB 07 MT 1 A - JHB 08 MT 1 A - JHB 09 MT 1 A - JHB 10 Training 24 - 27 Jun 15 - 18 Jul 12 - 15 Aug 02 - 05 Sept 30 Sep - 03 Oct Exam 28 Jun 19 Jul 16 Aug 06 Sept 04 Oct Course Code MT 1 A - JHB 11 MT 1 A - JHB 12 MT 1 A - DBN 01 MT 1 A - DBN 02 MT 1 A - DBN 03 Training 28 - 31 Oct 25 - 28 Nov 21 - 24 Jan 03 - 06 Jun 02 - 05 Sep Exam 01 Nov 29 Nov 25 Jan 07 Jun 06 Sep Course Code MT 1 A - CPT 01 MT 1 A - CPT 02 MT 1 A - CPT 03 MT 1 A - SASOL A MT 1 A - SASOL B Training 14 - 17 Jan 27 - 30 May 04 - 07 Nov 25 - 28 Mar 01 - 04 Apr Exam 18 Jan 31 May 08 Nov 29 Mar 05 Apr Magnetic Testing Level 2 Pre- and in-service MT 2.1 Forging (f) MT 2.2 Castings (c) MT 2.3 Welds (w) Training 4 days Exam 1 day R 15 147 R 14 010 R 2 436 Course Code MT 2 A - JHB 01 MT 2 A - JHB 02 MT 2 A - JHB 03 MT 2 A - JHB 04 MT 2 A - JHB 05 Training 11 - 14 Feb 11 - 14 Mar 08 - 11 Apr 03 - 06 Jun 22 - 25 Jul Exam 15 Feb 15 Mar 12 Apr 07 Jun 26 Jul Course Code MT 2 A - JHB 06 MT 2 A - JHB 07 MT 2 A - JHB 08 MT 2 A - JHB 09 MT 2 A - DBN 01 Training 19 - 22 Aug 14 - 17 Oct 11 - 14 Nov 02 - 05 Dec 01 - 04 Jul Exam 23 Aug 18 Oct 15 Nov 06 Dec 05 Jul Course Code MT 2 A - CPT 01 MT 2 A - SASOL A MT 2 A - SASOL B Training 11 - 14 Mar 09 - 12 Sep 16 - 19 Sep Exam 15 Mar 13 Sep 20 Sep In addition the technique description should also refer to the type of magnetic particles used to make indications visible.

The training course is based on general theory as well as sector specific applications relating, but not limited to, the following standards and specifications: • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection A - Article 1 & 7 • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection B - Article 25 • ISO 9934 Parts 1 MT – General Principals • ISO 9934 Parts 2 MT – Detection media • ISO 9934 Parts 3 MT – Equipment • ISO 12707 MT - Vocabulary • ISO 17638 MT – Welds • ISO 4986 MT – Castings • ISO 23278 MT – Acceptance Levels If you are interested in magnetism and would like to find out how magnetic fields are used to detect discontinuities in ferromagnetic material then Magnetic Testing is the place to start your career in NDT. Inspection techniques depend on the type of current being used to magnetise the material, whether the excitation current is maintained during the application of magnetic particles or not as well as nature of the magnetic field generated i.e. linear or circular.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 PENETRANT TESTING COURSE INFORMATION Penetrant or liquid penetrant testing (PT) refers to a surface type non-destructive testing method that allows a liquid (containing dye to increase visibility) to fill an empty void, which is open to the surface, due to the capillary action of the liquid. Once the excess penetrant is removed from the surface a developer is applied to the surface which allows the penetrant to be absorbed into a contrasting medium (normally white powder) revealing the presence of a discontinuity. Penetrant testing can effectively be applied to any type of material, as long as the discontinuity sought, is open to the surface.

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 79 Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za PENETRANT TESTING - SAQCC NDT SCHEME (ISO 9712) | NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - SURFACE METHODS NDT Method and Level Industrial Sector Product Sector / Category Duration Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Mem- bers Training & Initial Examination Members Initial Certification Penetrant Testing Level 1 Pre- and in-service PT 1.1 Forging (f) PT 1.2 Castings (c) PT 1.3 Welds (w) Training 4 days Exam 1 day R 15 147 R 14 010 R 2 436 Course Code PT 1 A - JHB 01 PT 1 A - JHB 02 PT 1 A - JHB 03 PT 1 A - JHB 04 PT 1 A - JHB 05 Training 14 - 17 Jan 04 - 07 Feb 25 - 28 Feb 06 - 09 May 27 - 30 May Exam 18 Jan 08 Feb 01 Mar 10 May 31 May Course Code PT 1 A - JHB 06 PT 1 A - JHB 07 PT 1 A - JHB 08 PT 1 A - JHB 09 PT 1 A - JHB 10 Training 24 - 27 Jun 15 - 18 Jul 12 - 15 Aug 02 - 05 Sept 30 Sept - 03 Oct Exam 28 Jun 19 Jul 16 Aug 06 Sept 04 Oct Course Code PT 1 A - JHB 11 PT 1 A - JHB 12 PT 1 A - DBN 01 PT 1 A - DBN 02 PT 1 A - DBN 03 Training 28 - 31 Oct 25 - 28 Nov 28 - 31 Jan 10 - 13 Jun 26 - 29 Aug Exam 01 Nov 29 Nov 01 Feb 14 Jun 30 Aug Course Code PT 1 A - CPT 01 PT 1 A - CPT 02 PT 1 A - CPT 03 PT 1 A - SASOL A PT 1 A - SASOL B Training 21 - 24 Jan 03 - 06 Jun 11 - 14 Nov 01 - 04 Apr 25 - 28 Mar Exam 25 Jan 07 Jun 15 Nov 05 Apr 29 Mar Penetrant Testing Level 2 Pre- and in-service PT 2.1 Forging (f) PT 2.2 Castings (c) PT 2.3 Welds (w) Training 4 days Exam 1 day R 15 147 R 14 010 R 2 436 Course Code PT 2 A - JHB 01 PT 2 A - JHB 02 PT 2 A - JHB 03 PT 2 A - JHB 04 PT 2 A - JHB 05 Training 11- 14 Feb 11 - 14 Mar 08 - 11 Apr 03 - 06 Jun 22 - 25 Jul Exam 15 Feb 15 Mar 12 Apr 07 Jun 26 Jul Course Code PT 2 A - JHB 06 PT 2 A - JHB 07 PT 2 A - JHB 08 PT 2 A - JHB 09 PT 2 A - DBN 01 Training 19 - 22 Aug 14 - 17 Oct 11- 14 Nov 02 - 05 Dec 06 - 09 May Exam 23 Aug 18 Oct 15 Nov 06 Dec 10 May Course Code PT 2 A - DBN 02 PT 2 A - CPT 01 PT 2 A - CPT 02 PT 2 A - SASOL A PT 2 A - SASOL B Training 07 - 10 Oct 25 - 28 Mar 19 - 22 Aug 16 - 19 Sept 09 - 12 Sept Exam 11 Oct 29 Mar 23 Aug 20 Sept 12 Sept temperature has an effect on the liquid properties such as viscosity and evaporation special techniques are applicable at excessively high and low temperatures. The training course is based on general theory as well as sector specific applications relating, but not limited to, the following standards and specifications: • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection A - Article 1 & 6 • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection B - Article 24 • ISO 3452 Parts 1 PT – General Principals • ISO 3452 Parts 2 PT – Testing of penetrant materials • ISO 3452 Parts 3 PT – Reference test blocks • ISO 3452 Parts 4 PT – Equipment • ISO 3452 Parts 5 PT – Testing at temperatures > 50 °C • ISO 3452 Parts 6 PT – Testing at temperatures < 10 °C • ISO 12706 PT – Vocabulary • ISO 23277 PT – Acceptance Levels If you enjoyed chemistry at school and your interest in liquids exceeds that of swimming and the occasional beer, then we invite you to start your career in one of the most basic yet useful NDT methods around.

Inspection techniques depend on whether the dye used is under normal light or backlight conditions (or both), the type of penetrant, excess penetrant removal process as well as developer used during testing. Furthermore, since

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 VISUAL TESTING COURSE INFORMATION Visual testing is the most simple and commonly used NDT methods utilised today. Visual testing is very often the first inspection that is performed on any component or in any environment since you have to observe what you need to inspect and the inspection area. Visual testing is very much a surface inspection method. Visible light (within the 390 – 700nm range of the electromagnetic spectrum) and the interaction of it with a solid surface are used to detect indications that are open to the surface and that is not masked by any foreign material or debris. So effectively, what you can see is what you can detect.

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 81 Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za VISUAL TESTING - SAQCC NDT SCHEME (ISO 9712) | NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - SURFACE METHODS NDT Method and Level Industrial Sector Product Sector / Category Duration Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Mem- bers Training & Initial Examination Members Initial Certification Visual Testing Level 1 Pre- and in-service VT 1.1 Forging (f) VT 1.2 Castings (c) VT 1.3 Welds (w) Training 4 days Exam 1 day R 14 437 R 13 354 R 2 436 Course Code VT 1 A - JHB 01 VT 1 A - JHB 02 VT 1 A - JHB 03 VT 1 A - JHB 04 VT 1 A - JHB 05 Training 21 - 24 Jan 04 - 07 Mar 13 - 16 May 10 - 13 Jun 01 - 04 Jul Exam 25 Jan 08 Mar 17 May 14 Jun 05 Jul Course Code VT 1 A - JHB 06 VT 1 A - JHB 07 VT 1 A - JHB 08 VT 1 A - JHB 09 VT 1 A - DBN 01 Training 29 Jul - 01 Aug 16 - 19 Sep 07 - 10 Oct 04 - 07 Nov 25 - 28 Feb Exam 02 Aug 20 Sep 11 Oct 08 Nov 01 Mar Course Code VT 1 A - DBN 02 VT 1 A - DBN 03 VT 1 A - DBN 04 VT 1 A - CPT 01 VT 1 A - CPT 02 Training 27 - 30 May 30 Sept - 03 Oct 11 Nov - 14 Nov 28 - 31 Jan 06 - 09 May Exam 31 May 04 Oct 15 Nov 01 Feb 10 May Course Code VT 1 A - CPT 03 VT 1 A - CPT 04 VT 1 A - SASOL A VT 1 A - SASOL B Training 29 Jul - 01 Aug 14 - 17 Oct 08 - 11 Apr 15 - 18 Apr Exam 02 Aug 18 Oct 12 Apr 19 Apr Visual Testing Level 2 Pre- and in-service VT 2.1 Forging (f) VT 2.2 Castings (c) VT 2.3 Welds (w) Training 4 days Exam 1 day R 14 437 R 13 354 R 2 436 Course Code VT 2 A - JHB 01 VT 2 A - JHB 02 VT 2 A - JHB 03 VT 2 A - JHB 04 VT 2 A - JHB 05 Training 28 - 31 Jan 11 - 14 Mar 20 - 23 May 24 - 27 Jun 26 - 29 Aug Exam 01 Feb 15 Mar 24 May 28 Jun 30 Aug Course Code VT 2 A - JHB 06 VT 2 A - DBN 01 VT 2 A - DBN 02 VT 2 A - CPT 01 VT 2 A - CPT 02 Training 14 - 17 Oct 20 - 25 Jul 18 - 21 Nov 01 - 04 Apr 10 - 13 Jun Exam 18 Oct 26 Jul 22 Nov 05 Apr 14 Jun The visual testing method can be divided into three main techniques depending on the access to the surface. The techniques are direct, indirect and translucent and depend on the type of material to be tested.

The training course is based on general theory as well as sector specific applications relating, but not limited to, the following standards and specifications: • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection A - Article 1 & 9 • ISO 3058 VT – Low power magnifiers • ISO 8785 VT – Geometrical product specifications • ISO 13385 Part 1 VT - Geometrical product specifications : Callipers • ISO 13385 Part 2 VT - Geometrical product specifications : Calliper depth gauges • ISO 11971 VT – Castings • ISO 17637 VT – Welds If you enjoyed working with lenses and mirrors in high school and if lasers fascinates you, then you are invited to attend a course in the most basic of all NDT methods and challenge you to become the next ‘Sherlock Holmes’ – certainly the most famous ‘visual testing specialist’ of all times.

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 RADIOGRAPHIC TESTING COURSE INFORMATION Radiographic testing (RT) makes use of electromagnetic waves within the 0.01 to 10 nanometre (X-rays) or the < 0.01 nanometre (Gamma-rays) spectrum. At these ranges, the electromagnetic wave can effectively pass through a solid material, and an image can be created, either on film or electronic detection sensors, of what the internal structure of the material might be. character, then this is the right NDT method for you. However, please keep in mind you must have a sound knowledge exponents and logarithms. Radiographic techniques depend on the type of wave used, the exposure configuration and the image formation.

The training course is based on general theory as well as sector specific applications relating, but not limited to, the following standards and specifications: • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection A - Article 1 & 2 • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection B - Article 22 • ISO 10675 Part 1 & 2 RT - Acceptance levels • ISO 17636-1 RT - X and gamma ray techniques • ISO 19232 Parts 1 to 5 RT – Image quality of radiographs • ISO 11699 Parts 1 & 2 RT – Industrial radiographic films • ISO 5580  RT – Metallic materials using X- or gamma rays – Basic rules • ISO 5576 RT – Vocabulary Details of specific codes utilised in the limited (RT 2.Int) as well as derived or advanced techniques courses (RT 2.9) can be found in the relevant training documents.

Therefor radiographic testing is a volumetric testing method effective for finding any discontinuities that exceeds a 2% cross-sectional void or material change in relation to the actual beam orientation. The energy levels of these very short waves exceed 100eV and put the operator at risk of harmful ionisation radiation which cannot be seen, heard, felt, tasted or smelled. Radiation safety training is there for essential in order to achieve and maintain an ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable) exposure rating.

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Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 83 Radiographic Testing Level 2 Pre- and in-service RT 2.5 X-Ray of Dense Alloy Welds RT 2.6 Gamma- Ray of Dense Alloy Welds Training 10 days Exam 5 days R 26 309 R 25 050 R 2 436 Course Code RT 2 A - JHB 01 RT 2 A - JHB 02 Training 20 - 31 May 30 Sept - 11 Oct Exam 03 - 07 Jun 14 - 18 Oct RADIOGRAPIC TESTING - SAQCC NDT SCHEME (ISO 9712) | NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - VOLUMETRIC METHODS NDT Method and Level Industrial Sector Product Sector / Category Duration Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Members Training & Initial Examination Members Initial Certification Radiographic Testing Level 1 + RT Safety Pre- and in-service RT 1.5 X-Ray of Dense Alloy Welds RT 1.6 Gamma-Ray of Dense Alloy Welds Training 15 days Exam 5 days R 36 025 R 33 323 R 2 436 Course Code RT 1 A - JHB 01 RT 1 A - JHB 02 RT 1 A - JHB 03 Training 21 Jan - 8 Feb 25 Mar - 12 Apr 24 June - 12 Jul Exam 11 - 15 Feb 15 - 18 Apr 15 - 19 Jul Course Code RT 1 A - JHB 04 RT 1 A - JHB 05 Training 26 Aug - 13 Sept 04 - 22 Nov Exam 16 - 20 Sept 25 - 29 Nov ADVANCED (see point [1] Pre- and in-service RT 2.9 Digital Radiography Training 10 days Exam 5 days R 32 857 R 31 308 R 2 436 Course Code Please refer to our website for more information. Training Exam Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za * other categories available on request and subject to demand. [1] RT 2 A CERTIFICATION IS REQUIRED AS PREREQUISITE LIMITED Radiographic Interpreters Level 2 Pre- and in-service Film Interpretation of Dense Alloy Welds Only (No operational RT) Training 9 days Exam 1 day R 26 309 R 25 050 R 2 436 Course Code RT 2 INT - JHB 01 RT 2 INT - JHB 02 RT 2 INT - JHB 03 Training 25 Feb - 07 Mar 06 - 16 May 03 - 13 Jun Exam 08 Mar 17 May 14 Jun Course Code RT 2 INT - JHB 04 RT 2 INT - JHB 05 RT 2 INT - JHB 06 Training 22 Jul - 01 Aug 12 - 22 Aug 25 Nov - 04 Dec Exam 02 Aug 23 Aug 05 Dec Course Code RT 2 INT - SASOL A RT 2 INT - SASOLB RT 2 INT - DBN 01 Training 23 Sept - 03 Oct 14 - 24 Oct 28 Oct - 07 Nov Exam 04 Oct 25 Oct 08 Nov Course Code RT 2 INT - DBN 02 RT 2 INT - CPT 01 RT 2 INT - CPT 02 Training 02 - 12 Dec 11 - 21 Feb 01 - 11 Jul Exam 13 Dec 22 Feb 12 Jul

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 ULTRASONIC TESTING COURSE INFORMATION Ultrasonic testing (UT) method utilise mechanical vibration within the ultrasonic range (> 20kHz) to detect volumetric discontinuities within solid materials. Also the send-or-receive / send-and-receive capabilities of the sensors are some of the technique parameters together with the scanning methodology used for example the tandem technique. The training course is based on general theory as well as sector specific applications relating, but not limited to, the following standards and specifications: • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection A - Article 1, 4 & 5 • ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section V - Subsection B - Article 23 • ISO 16810 UT – General Principles • ISO 11666 UT – Acceptance Levels • ISO 17640 UT – Techniques, Testing levels and assessment • ISO 23279 UT – Characterisation of discontinuities in welds • ISO 5577 UT – Vocabulary • ISO 18175 UT –  Performance characteristics (no electronic instruments) • ISO 16827 UT – Characterisation and sizing of discontinuities • ISO 16826 UT – Discontinuities perpendicular to the surface • ISO 16811 UT – Sensitivity and range • ISO 12710 UT –  Evaluating electronic characteristics of UT instruments • ISO 10375 UT – Characterisation of search unit and sound field • ISO 7963 UT – Calibration block No 2 • ISO 4992 Parts 1 & 2 UT – Steel castings • ISO 2400 UT – Calibration block No 1 Details of specific codes utilised in the limited (UT 1.WT) as well as derived or advanced techniques courses (UT 2.7; 2.8; 2.9; 2.10 and 2.11) can be found in the relevant training documents.

Both compression and shear waves are used to investigate the internal nature of components while the interaction of waves with linear, planar or volumetric ‘vacancies’ are used to characterise any discontinuities detected. The sound beam is the primary inspection medium and both the qualification (properties) and quantification (calibration) thereof is essential for the interpretation of signal response. If you enjoy playing pool and have a knack for geometry and trigonometry, then we invite you to attend an ultrasonic testing course. It will change the way that you look at any engineering material or weldment. Compression and shear wave applications having various angles and frequencies are building blocks for determining the techniques used.

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 85 ULTRASONIC TESTING - SAQCC NDT SCHEME (ISO 9712) | NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - VOLUMETRIC METHODS NDT Method and Level Industrial Sector Product Sector / Category Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Members Training & Initial Examination Members Initial Certification LIMITED Ultrasonic Testing Level 1 Limited - Wall Thickness Pre- and in-service Limited to wall thickness measurement using compression probe only (A-scan & D-meter applications) Training 4 days Exam 1 day R 13 166 R 12 526 R 2 436 Course Code UT 1 WT - JHB 01 UT 1 WT - JHB 02 UT 1 WT - JHB 03 UT 1 WT - JHB 04 UT 1 WT - JHB 05 Training 14 - 17 Jan 11 - 14 Feb 24 - 27 Jun 22 - 25 Jul 12 - 15 Aug Exam 18 Jan 15 Feb 28 Jun 26 Jul 16 Aug Course Code UT 1 WT - JHB 06 UT 1 WT - JHB 07 UT 1 WT - JHB 08 UT 1 WT - DBN 01 UT 1 WT - DBN 02 Training 02 - 05 Sept 07 - 10 Oct 18 - 21 Nov 11 - 14 Mar 24 - 27 Jun Exam 06 Sept 11 Oct 22 Nov 15 Mar 28 Jun Course Code UT 1 WT - DBN 03 UT 1 WT - DBN 04 UT 1 WT - CPT 01 UT 1 WT - CPT 02 UT 1 WT - CPT 03 Training 19 - 22 Aug 14 - 17 Oct 04 - 07 Feb 20 - 23 May 22 - 25 Jul Exam 23 Aug 18 Oct 08 Feb 24 May 26 Jul Course Code UT 1 WT - CPT 04 UT 1 WT - SASOL A UT 1 WT - SASOLB Training 18 - 21 Nov 06 - 09 May 13 - 16 May Exam 22 Nov 10 May 17 May Ultrasonic Testing Level 1 Pre- and in-service UT 1.1 Wrought Products/Forgings UT 1.2 Castings UT 1.3 Butt Welds in Plate UT 1.4 Butt Welds in Pipe Training 12 days Exam 3 days R 32 857 R 31 308 R 2 436 Course Code UT 1 A - JHB 01 UT 1 A - JHB 02 UT 1 A - JHB 03 UT 1 A - JHB 04 UT 1 A - JHB 05 Training 21 Jan - 05 Feb 25 Feb - 12 Mar 06 - 21 May 01 - 16 Jul 02 - 17 Sept Exam 06 - 08 Feb 13 - 15 Mar 22 - 24 May 17 - 19 Jul 18 - 20 Sept Course Code UT 1 A - DBN 01 UT 1 A - CPT 01 UT 1 A - CPT 02 UT 1 A - SASOL A UT 1 A - SASOL B Training 04 - 19 Feb 11 - 26 Feb 26 Aug - 10 Sept 14 - 29 Oct 23 Sep - 08 Oct Exam 20 - 21 Feb 27 Feb - 01 Mar 11 - 13 Sept 30 Oct - 01 Nov 09 - 11 Oct Ultrasonic Testing Level 2 Pre- and in-service UT 2.1 Wrought Products/Forgings UT 2.2 Castings UT 2.3 Butt Welds in Plate UT 2.4 Butt Welds in Pipe UT 2.5 T-joints & other configurations UT 2.6 Nozzles Training 12 days Exam 3 days R 32 857 R 31 308 R 2 436 Course Code UT 2 A - JHB 01 UT 2 A - JHB 02 UT 2 A - JHB 03 UT 2 A - DBN 01 UT 2 A - CPT 01 Training 25 Mar - 09 Apr 12 - 27 Aug 18 Nov - 03 Dec 01 - 16 Apr 24 Jun - 09 Jul Exam 10 - 12 Apr 28 - 30 Aug 04 - 06 Dec 17 - 18 Apr 10 - 12 Jul ADVANCED Pre- and in-service UT 2.10 Ultrasonic Phased Array Training 20 days Exam 5 days R 54 706 R 50 603 R 2 436 Course Code Please refer to our website for updates relating to advanced / derived techniques. Training Exam PLEASE NOTE: ADVANCED OPTIONS UT 2.8 - CRITICAL FLAW SIZING: UT 2.9 - AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL AND UT 2.11 - TIME OF FLIGHT DIFFRACTION ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST AND SUBJECT TO DEMAND. [1] UT 2 A CERTIFICATION IS REQUIRED AS PREREQUISITE Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 PORTABLE HARDNESS TESTING COURSE INFORMATION Conventional hardness testers, like Rockwell, Brinell or Vickers machines, require the test piece be brought to the testing device, but this is not always possible. Portable hardness testing devices have been developed that permit in-situ hardness measurements thus offering quick and economical supplements to conventional, stationary testing machines. This three day course will define hardness, conventional methods of hardness testing and various methods of portable hardness testing. Practical session during the course will give hands on experience on the portable hardness testing machines with various samples ranging from steel, stainless steel, aluminium and plastics. After the course, the person will be competent to undertake in-situ hardness testing.

The main purpose of hardness testing is to determine the suitability of a material for a given application. Course Duration 2 days + 1 day exam Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 8 524 Non-Member R 9 215 JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 • Principles of hardness testing – various techniques • Similarities and differences between portable and conventional hardness testing • Importance of calibration and surface preparation • Behaviour of different materials 16 18 - 19 Jun 29 - 30 Oct Examination 8 20 Jun 31 Oct

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 87 JOHANNESBURG HOURS JHB 1 JHB 2 • Principles of metallography • Similarities and differences between on-site and laboratory surface preparation • Etching of samples/surfaces and importance of time and temperature • Placement of acetate film and final transfer to optical slide • Importance of proper identification of replicated area 24 27 - 29 Aug 12 -14 Nov Examination Theory - 2 hrs + Prac - 4 hrs 30 Aug 15 Nov REPLICA METALLOGRAPHY COURSE INFORMATION In those instances, destructive metallographic tests are unsuitable as further usability of the component is required. Replica metallographic technique is an in-situ, non- destructive technique to reveal the microstructure of components.

The usual method of metallographic investigation involves cutting pieces from the component so that laboratory preparation and examination can be performed. However, in replica metallography, after proper surface preparation through the use of cellulose acetate sheets, the technician makes a copy (for this reason it is called “replica”) of the microstructure of the metal surface, which will be examined using an optical microscope.The four day course on replica metallography will give an insight into the different types of materials, importance of metallography, and how to do lab metallography and replica metallography. On successful completion of the course, the candidate will be a competent replica technician. Evaluation of the metallographs is undertaken by a qualified metallurgist. Metallographic inspections play a key role in determining the remaining life assessment, creep life of pressure vessels, pipelines, power plants and in verifying the material and heat treatment of fabricated equipment.

Course Duration 3 days + 1 day exam Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 11 365 Non-Member R 12 287 Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – LEVEL 3 – BASIC & MAIN METHODS | SAQCC NDT Level 3 – ISO 9712 NDT Method & Level Industrial Sector Product Sector / Category Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Members Training & Initial Examination Members Initial Certification NDT Level 3: Basic Pre- and in- service Part A: Materials & Processes Part B: Qual & Cert Schemes Part C: NDT Level 2 Training 10 days Exam 1 day R 26 308 R 24 336 R 2 436 Course Code NDT 3 A - JHB 01 Training 21 Jan - 01 Feb Exam 02 Feb *Saturday Magnetic Testing: Level 3 (Main Method) Pre- and in- service Part D: (Gen) + Parts E1 & E2 (Specific + codes) + Part F (Procedure) Forgings (f), Castings (c) & Welds (w) Training 5 days Exam 2 days R 19 691 R 18 759 R 2 436 Course Code MT 3 A - JHB 01 Training 11 - 15 Feb Exam 21 - 22 Feb Radiographic Testing: Level 3 (Main Method) Pre- and in- service Part D: (Gen) + Parts E1 & E2 (Specific + codes) + Part F (Procedure) Welds in Dense Alloys: X and Gamma Training 5 days Exam 2 days R 19 691 R 18 759 R 2 436 Course Code RT 3 A - JHB 01 Training 04 - 08 Mar Exam 14 - 15 Mar PLEASE NOTE: EdDy Current TESTING & VISUAL TESTING LEVEL 3 ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST AND SUBJECT TO DEMAND. Penetrant Testing: Level 3 (Main Method) Pre- and in- service Part D: (Gen) + Parts E1 & E2 (Specific + codes) + Part F (Procedure) Forgings (f), Castings (c) & Welds (w) Training 5 days Exam 2 days R 19 691 R 18 759 R 2 436 Course Code PT 3 A - JHB 01 Training 04 - 08 Feb Exam 19 - 20 Feb Ultrasonic Testing: Level 3 (Main Method) Pre- and in- service Part D: (Gen) + Parts E1 & E2 (Specific + codes) + Part F (Procedure) Forgings (f), Castings (c) & Welds (w) - all categories Training 5 days Exam 2 days R 19 691 R 18 759 R 2 436 Course Code UT 3 A - JHB 01 Training 25 Feb - 01 Mar Exam 12 - 13 Mar

Please contact course administrator on ndt@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information 89 CPD COURSES Course Name Details Duration 1 day = 8 hours Prices (Inclusive of VAT) Course & Initial Exam Dates Training & Initial Examination Non Members Training & Initial Examination Members ASME - Eddy Current Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ASME - ECT - JHB 01 Training Available on request Exam N/A ASME - Liquid Penetrant Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ASME - PT - JHB 01 Training 25 - 26 Mar Exam N/A ASME - Magnetic Particle Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ASME - MT - JHB 01 Training 01 - 02 Apr Exam N/A ASME - Visual Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ASME - VT - JHB 01 Training Available on request Exam N/A ASME - Radiographic Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ASME - RT - JHB 01 Training 08 - 09 Apr Exam N/A ASME - Ultrasonic Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ASME - UT - JHB 01 Training 06 - 07 May Exam N/A ISO - Eddy Current Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ISO - ECT - JHB 01 Training Available on request Exam N/A ISO - Liquid Penetrant Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ISO - PT - JHB 01 Training 28 - 29 Jan Exam N/A ISO - Magnetic Particle Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ISO - MT - JHB 01 Training 04 - 05 Feb Exam N/A ISO - Visual Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ISO - VT - JHB 01 Training Available on request Exam N/A ISO - Radiographic Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ISO - RT - JHB 01 Training 04 -05 Mar Exam N/A ISO - Ultrasonic Testing Code Application Refer to website for list of applicable sections covered Training | 2 days Exam N/A - Assignments R 6 769 R 6 262 Course Code ISO - UT - JHB 01 Training 11 -12 Mar Exam N/A Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

South African Institute of Welding Course Prospectus 2019 NDT RE-WRITES BOOKING PROCEDURES 1  The following documentation is required for re-write examination enrolment: 1.1  All documentation regarding rewrite examinations to be forwarded to Constance Makweng in the Examination Department on 011 298 2106 or on ndt@saiw.co.za 1.2  “Examination Application Form” - completed in full with special attention given to signatures and valid email address. (Initial candidates attending the training course shall be required to complete this form on the first day of the course) 1.3  Confirmation of full payment 1.4  For NDT Examinations - A valid vision acuity certificate obtained from a qualified optometrist within 6 months of writing the exam is required 1.5  Legible copy of ID or Passport 2 What you need to bring along: 2.1  Copy of your ID or Passport 2.2  Stationery, e.g. pen, pencil, note book, erasure and highlighter and scientific calculator 3 Cancellation of Re-write Exam: 3.1  The SAIW reserves the right to cancel the holding of a re- write exam at short notice, should student numbers not meet our minimum requirements. Candidates shall be informed of the cancellation two weeks prior to the re-write exam date and arrangements will be made to book the candidate on the next available re-write exam. Should the student / applicant decide the alternative arrangement is unsuitable, the full re-write exam fee will be reimbursed in these circumstances. Personal costs relating to accommodation and travelling cannot be claimed 3.2  If the re-write exam booking is cancelled by the applicant less than 15 (fifteen) days prior to the re-write exam date, then the cancellation charge will be equal to the full re-write exam cost and no refund is applicable 3.3  If the re-write exam booking is cancelled by the applicant 15 (fifteen) days or more prior to the re-write exam date, a cancellation charge of 4% (plus VAT) of the re-write exam fee will be charged by the SAIW as an administration fee and the balance of the fee refunded to the applicant. In these circumstances only the balance of the re-write exam fee will be reimbursed and no personal costs relating to accommodation and travelling may be claimed by the applicant 4 Dress Code 4.1  NDT: Wear long pants, shirt and safety boots 4.2  ANY OTHER COURSE: Long pants, shirt and closed shoes Please contact SAIW NDT admin for further information on: ndt@saiw.co.za or 011 298 2106 Full payment is to be made prior to the commencement of the examination. All prices quoted include VAT. Online rewrite booking process shall be available from 2019

91 Please contact course administrator on ndtrewrite@saiw.co.za – 011 298 2106 for further information NDT REVISION AND RE-WRITES Price for re-write cost per paper OR sample OR 12 Radiographic Film Sets OR written instruction is R 954.00 (including VAT). Revision Pricing (Including VAT) Corporate Member R 6 207 Non-Member R 6 710 JHB Group RW - JHB 01 RW - JHB 02 RW - JHB 03 RW - JHB 04 RW - JHB 05 RW - JHB 06 Revision Dates 18 - 19 Feb N/A 18 - 19 Jun 05 - 06 Aug 21 - 22 Oct 09 - 10 Dec Exam Dates 20 Feb 18 Mar 20 Jun 07 Aug 23 Oct 11 Dec DBN Group RW - DBN 01 RW - DBN 02 RW - DBN 03 RW - DBN 04 RW - DBN 05 RW - DBN 06 Revision Dates Shall be added based on student request and subject to demand Exam Dates 04 Mar 13 May 15 Jul 16 Sept 25 Nov CPT Group RW - CPT 01 RW - CPT 02 RW - CPT 03 RW - CPT 04 RW - CPT 05 Revision Dates Shall be added based on student request and subject to demand Exam Dates 04 Mar 13 May 15 Jul 16 Sept 25 Nov – Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town Please contact ndtrewrite@saiw.co.za or 011 298 2106 for any special requests. Please note that any comments, compliments or complaints related to: 1.  Training can be forwarded to quality@saiw.co.za 2.  Examination and Certification can be forwarded to quality@saiwcertification.co.za

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