(Baxter, MN) The interest and talent entering into trades have dropped in the past decade at alarming rates. Mechanics, welders, plumbers and more are now in more demand than ever before and the numbers are dwindling.
To help encourage more people to invest their time and energy into these trades, the American Institute of Nondestructive Testing, LLC offers quality training and exam prep courses to help ensure students have the best chance of success possible. Now, the company is proud to welcome John Pariseau to the AINDT team as the Director of Curriculum Development and the instructor for all AWS related Prep courses.
“Our CWI Exam Prep Course starts with a 60-hour online course that students are able to move through at their own pace,” stated American Institute of Nondestructive Testing, LLC spokesperson Don Booth. “The online part of the CWI exam prep course covers the fundamentals of welding technology, which was established by the American Welding Society as well as in-depth training in the navigation of welding codes. This in-depth training into the welding code part of the exam is based on the code selected for a students AWS exam, AWS D1.1 or API 1104. The training coincides with Part A and C of the CWI Exam.”
“The remaining 40 hours of your exam prep course takes place in either Houston, Texas or our Baxter, MN facility,” continued Booth. “This part of your training consists of extensive, practical hands-on visual inspection techniques that meet the specification of the NEW Part B of the CWI exam, in addition to extra lectures, study preparation, as well as practice exams covering welding fundaments and codebook portions of the exam.”
After the online training is complete, students are given the opportunity to take the AWS CWI exam at the training facility on Saturday directly after completing the CWI Exam Prep Course.
More information about the courses offered, as well as the new staff member can be found by visiting the American Institute of Nondestructive Testing, LLC website.
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