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Who is the AWS Certified Welding Engineer?

A person with the demonstrated education, experience, and knowledge as defined by this information and who successfully passes the required examinations is considered qualified as an AWS Certified Welding Engineer (CWEng.). The CWEng. is capable of directing those operations associated with weldments and other types of joints that are completed in accordance with the appropriate contract documents, codes, and other standards to produce a satisfactory product. The welding engineers activities begins before production or construction welding and continues through the production process then ending when the production process is complete.

Do You Qualify?
In order to qualify as a Certified Welding Engineer, you must have a combination of qualifying education and work experience, with supporting documentation, as follows: Minimum Education Minimum Work Experience 1 Year

A Customised SIRIM-AWS Certified Welding Engineers (CWEng.) Programme

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Engineering

If you work in the field of welding:


Youve made the smart decision to become AWScertified. You know that certification can mean a proof that your skills and knowledge label you as one of the industrys elite. Becoming certified means passing tests that require a high degree of knowledge, top-notch skills, and ability to navigate complex codes quickly. And if you, like everyone else, have little time to study, then the SIRIM -AWS has the answer. We at SIRIM Berhad offer five days of intensive course that will help prepare you for the AWS certification tests. Our course saves your company time and money on training and examination by not traveling abroad. When you hire an SIRIM-AWS certified employee, you are getting one of the most highly qualified people in the business. SIRIM-AWS Certification helps your company minimize failures and recalls, increase sales advantages over foreign and domestic competition, and maximize product liability protection. The SIRIM-AWS CWEng. certification is one of the industrys most respected stamps of approval. Industry professionals who qualify are highly regarded and sought-after throughout the welding industry, because certification attests to a highly documented level of skill and expertise.

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degrees Diploma in Applied Science or Engineering SPM / SPVM / SKM / GCE O Level or equivalent

2 Years

5 Years

10 Years

15 Years

SIRIM Berhads AWS Certification will help prepare you to pass the CWEng. exam, for a more rewarding career.

SIRIM-AWS Welding Engineer Course Week: Body of Knowledge and Examination


1. Basic Sciences
1.1 Mathematics Simple calculations; special functions; trigonometric functions; algebraic equations; graphs and equations; geometry; hyperbola, parabola; complex numbers; calculus; statistics. 1.2 Physics Unit conversion; mass, weight, volume, density; force, energy, work done, power; stress, strain, Hookes Law; moment and momentum; temperature, heat, temperature measurement, thermocouples, pyrometers; thermal properties of materials. 1.3 Chemistry Symbols; molecular weight and stoichiometry; acids and bases; balance chemical equations; gas combustion reactions and oxidationreduction reactions; ideal gas law; mass balance; reactivity, toxicity, environmental effect, disposal. 2.2 Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Heat conduction, convection, and radiation, thermal conductivity and diffusivity, heat transfer coefficients of engineering materials, Fouriers Law; heating rate and cooling rate; industrial heating methods and power consumption, gas flow rates; laminar and turbulent flow, dew point and relative humidity, pressure and regulators; venturi effect and gas velocity calculation; atmospheric pressure and hyperbaric conditions; vacuum equipment and measurements. 2.3 Electricity Current, voltage, resistance, impedance, and circuits; Ohms Law; Kirchoffs Law; resistance loss and current rectification; power generation; AC/DC, polarity; power factor; electromagnetic properties, right-hand rule; current and voltage measurements. 3.2 Welding Processes and Controls Arc welding processes (SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW, SAW, PAW); resistance welding processes (RW, high frequency RW), high energy density welding processes (LBW, EBW); cutting processes (OFC, CAC, and PAC); surfacing processing (SW, THSP); solid -state welding processes (FRW, FW). 3.3 Welding and Joining Metallurgy Crystal structure of metals; melting, and solidification, phase transformations and phase diagrams, metallurgy and weldability of typical engineering materials, microstructure and mechanical properties; carbon equivalent; hydrogen assisted cracking, base metal matching; solidification cracking; delta ferrite in stainless consumables, specifications for consumables; flux-metal reactions; typical temperature range of a heat source; temperature distribution in a weldment; HAZ formation; multipass thermal experience, reheated weld metal properties; weld macro and micro-graph interpretation; solidification profile and preferred grain orientation; origin of weld ripples; special attributes of base metal; thermal treatments; solid-state transformations in welds; corrosion. 3.4 Weld Design Structural fabrication requirements, sectional properties, stress gradient; stress triaxiality, weld symbols, hardness and microhardness; tensile properties, ductility, toughness, fillet break test, ductile fracture, brittle fracture, fatigue, temperature and strain rate effect. 3.5 Brazing and Soldering Characteristics of brazing and soldering, fluxes and substrates, capillary action, wetting and spreading, contact angle, joint clearance, viscosity, liquidus and solidus, flow of molten filler in horizontal and vertical joints, filler metal systems, and inter-metallic compound formation. 3.6 NDE/Weld Discontinuities NDE processes (radiographic, ultrasonic, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, eddy current, etc. characteristics, advantage, and limitations). NDE symbols. 3.7 Safety Recognize health hazards relating to welding, recognize safety hazards, recognize precautions to avoid injury, and possess a working knowledge of safety and fire codes.

FEES:
1. 2. 3. 4. Part 1 & 2 Course Only Fee is RM 3,000.00. Part 1 & 2 Examination Only Fee is RM 3,500.00. Part 3 & 4 Course Only Fee is RM 10,500.00. Part 3 & 4 Examination Only Fee is RM 3,500.00.

Examination
Part 1 Basic Science Fundamental (Closed Book): Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Part 2 Applied Science Fundamental (Closed Book): Strength of Materials, Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics, and Electricity. Part 3 Welding Related Disciplines (Open Book): NDE/Weld Discontinuities, Welding Heat Sources and Arc Physics, Welding Processes and Controls, Welding and Joining Metallurgy, Weld Design, Brazing and Soldering, and Safety. Part 4 Practical Welding and Related Applications (Open Book): Welding safety, weldment design, welding metallurgy, materials, welding process selection, NDE including visual weld inspection, quality assurance, quality control in accordance with codes, specifications, other standards, and/or drawings. Certification condition: Candidate must passed Part 1 & Part 2 examination before eligible for Part 3 & Part 4 examination.

COURSE:
Courses inclusive of lecture notes and refreshments Exclusive: Accommodation and transportation

VENUE:
SIRIM Berhad, Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, MALAYSIA

2013 SCHEDULE (TENTATIVE)


MONTH PART 1 & PART 2 PART 3 & PART 4 EXAM 2 MAY APR 1-5 12 - 30 26 SEPT 19 DEC AUG NOV 18 - 22

ENQUIRY: SIRIM Berhad;


1) SUTIMAN KEMIN: Email: sutiman@sirim.my MOHD SAMIUN ISMAIL: Email: samiun@sirim.my Tel. No.: 6013-3645656/603-55152301 Fax: 603-55114439 Tel. No.: 6019-2815801/603-55152320 Fax: 603-55114439

2. Applied Sciences
2.1 Strength of Materials Load, deformation, stressstrain, Youngs Modulus, shear modulus, stress-strain curve, tensile stress and shear stress computation; welded member crosssection effect; mechanical testing and data interpretation; Law of Conservation of Energy/Momentum; stress analysis; typical engineering material properties.

3. Welding Related Disciplines


3.1 Welding Heat Sources and Arc Physics Power source static and dynamic characteristics; differences between CC and CV designs; welding arc characteristics; electron emission ; arc temperature and degree of ionization; magnetic arc blow; Lorentz Force; shielding gas drag force, weld penetration and width for different shielding gases.

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UNITED TECHNOLOGY SDN. BHD;


1) BARRY EDMONDS: Tel. No.: 6012-2057225/603-79578446 Email: barry.edmonds@unitedtech.com.my Fax: 603-79588439

MAILING ADDRESS:
No.1, Persiaran Dato' Menteri, Section 2, P.O.Box 7035, 40700 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan. MALAYSIA

Application forms and supporting documents must reach the above address latest 6 weeks before the course and examination dates