Examination Information

DATESTECHNICAL NOTES AND STANDARDS REQUIRED FOR EXAMINATIONS
Examinations will be held on the dates shown below:A candidate is required to have a working knowledge of the current edition of Australian Standards specified in Clause 3.2.1 of AS 1796 or Clause 6.1 of AS 2214 as applicable.
Welder: AS 1796 Certificate No. 1 to No. 9
Theory and PracticalRefer to your Practical: Refer to your Divisional Examination Co-ordinatorA candidate must take into the examination room the AWI Technical Note and the current edition of the Standards listed below.
Welding Supervisor: AS 1796 Certificate No. 10Welder: AS 1796 Certificate No. 1 to No. 9
Paper A: Welding theory and technologyNone
Paper B1: Application of StandardsWelding Supervisor: AS 1796 Certificate No. 10
Welding Supervisor: AS 2214Paper A: Welding theory and technologyAWI Technical Note No. 1 Weldability of SteelPaper B1: Application of Standards

AS 1210, 1997: SAA Unfired Pressure Vessels Code

AS 3992, 1992: Boilers and Pressure Vessels – Welding and Brazing Qualifications

AS 4037, 1992: Boilers and Pressure Vessels – Examination and Testing

AS 4458, 1997: Pressure equipment – Manufacture

Paper A: Welding theory and technology
Paper B2: Application of Standards
AWI Welding Inspector
Paper A: Welding theory and technology
Paper B(I): Application of StandardsWelding Supervisor: AS 2214
Practical: Refer to your Divisional Examination Co-ordinatorPaper A: Welding theory and technology
FeesAWI Technical Note No. 1: Weldability of Steel
The fees shown are those applicable to a candidate who is a member of the AWI. An additional feel of $??.00 is applicable for any paper or service to any candidate who is not a member of the AWI.Paper B2: Applications of standardsAS 1554, 1995: Standard steel welding Part 1: Welding of steel structures
Welder: AS 1796 Certificate No. 1 to No. 9AWI Welding Inspector
Theory and PracticalRefer to your Practical: Refer to your Divisional Examination Co-ordinatorPaper A: Welding theory and technologyAWI Technical Note No. 1 Weldability of SteelPaper B: Application of standards

AS 1210, 1997: SAA Unfired Pressure Vessels Code

AS 1554, 1995: Structural Steel Welding, Part 1 – Welding of Steel Structures

AS 2885.2, 1995: Pipelines – Gas and liquid petroleum, Part 2: Welding

AS 3992, 1992: Boilers and Pressure Vessels – Welding and brazing – Qualifications

AS 4037, 1997: Boilers and Pressure Vessels – Examination and Testing

AS 4458, 1997: Pressure equipment – Manufacture

Welding Supervisor: AS 1796 Certificate No. 10
Paper A
Paper B1
Note: Pager A is common to AS 2214 and Inspector
Welding Supervisor: AS 2214 Structural Steel
Paper A
Paper B2
Note: Paper A is common to AS 1796 and Inspector
AWI Welding InspectorEducation
Paper AThe candidate will be informed of the location and the times of the examinations at a date near that of the examination.
Paper BResults
PracticalEach paper is assessed PASS or FAIL. The results will be posted to the candidates not later than the first week in <month> for the mid-year examinations and third week in <month> for the end-of-year examinations.
Note: Paper A is common to AS 1796 and Inspector
MiscellaneousApplication Forms
Certificates for a Supervisor or an InspectorApplication forms are available from your Divisional Examinations Co-ordinator and must be returned before last week in <month> for the mid year examinations and last week in <month> for the end of year examinations. Applications received after these dates will be subject to a Late Fee but no consideration can be given to any applications received after <date> or <date> respectively.
Late Fee
Re-sit one paper or part of a paper
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