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This is an upgrade program that is intended for those wanting to prepare for advanced level certification exams. Anyone expecting to write these CWB certification exams should check Form 301 to see if they will meet the exam prerequisite requirements.


Please note: Welding Inspector certification exams will be available for completion on the next day immediately following courses offered in our Milton and Nisku locations ONLY. The Application Form (CWB Form 450) and Visual Acuity Form (CWB Form 455) must be completed in full and received prior to the course start date, no exceptions. The accompanying course transcript and course completion certificate must be received by end of day on the last day of the course. Any candidates that are missing this information by end of day on the last day of the course will not be eligible to attempt the inspector certification exams on the following day.


If you are not taking a course at one of these two locations, please contact our Call Centre at info@cwbgroup.org or 1-800-844-6790 for further information on the application process or additional exam locations.


CASTI provides exam preparation training to help candidates pass the CSA W178.2 Level 1 Welding Inspector Certification Exams and the ASME B31.3 (Process Piping) Code Endorsement Exam. Our blended learning program combines online training with practice questions and e-instructor support, and traditional classroom training with hands-on experience using physical weld samples. CASTI training programs are separate from the certification exams, which are administered by the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB).


Passing CASTI's CSA W178.2 Level 1 Welding Inspector Preparation Course qualifies exam candidates for exemption from the closed-book "Basic Welding Inspection and Basic Welding Fundamentals" exam. To pass the CASTI course, students must:


Subject matter covered in actual AWS and other welding examinations include: Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Flux Cored Arc Welding, Self Shielded and Submerged Arc Welding, the arc welding processes protected by flux, along with the gas shielded processes, such as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding and Flux Cored Arc Welding-Gas Shielded. Brazing and soldering are also covered, along with common mechanical and thermal cutting processes that will aid in material preparation and enhance welding fit-up issues.


Canadian Welding Inspectors (CWB)Canadian Welding Inspectors who have successfully completed the Canadian Standard CSA W178.2 examination and is currently holding a valid Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) card may apply for the AWS CWI certification through the Reciprocity Program. The Canadian Welding Bureau level II is equivalent to the AWS Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) and level I is equivalent to the Certified Associate Welding Inspector (CAWI).


Israeli Welding Inspectors (INWC)Israeli Welding Inspectors who have successfully completed the INWC certification examination and currently holding a valid INWC certification certificate are eligible to apply for the AWS CWI certification through the Reciprocity Program. Inspectors holding AWS CWI certification may also apply to INWC to gain ICWI certification.


I've been looking at the requirements for obtaining a Canadian Welding Bureau CWB) inspector certification. Am I seeing this correctly? A CWB inspector can apply for an AWS certified welding inspector (CWI) by reciprocity by doing nothing more than submitting application and fees. But a CWI who wants to be a CWB, in this case a Level 2, would fill out the application, pay fees, and still have to take an exam? Doesn't strike me as "equivalent" or fair.


Counterproductive work behavior (CWB) refers to employee voluntary behaviors that harm organizations (CWB-O) or people working in the organizations (CWB-P). Example behaviors of CWB include destroying company property, calling in sick when not ill, insulting another employee, and stealing something from the employer. CWB is very prevalent in the workplace and costs organizations billions of dollars annually. Given the detrimental effects of CWB in the workplace, a great deal of research has been conducted to examine its dimensions, measurement, predictors, and relationships with other employee voluntary behaviors (e.g., organizational citizenship behavior). The levels of examination of CWB also extended from between-person relationships to within-person designs and meta-analyses. This phenomenon has received research attention from researchers across the world.


Pre-Course Learning Requirement: Completion and submission of PCN Weld InspectionLevel 2 Pre-Course Questions.These questions are equivalent to 10 hours training and must be completed in conjunction with the 40 hours training. Training Notes and Questions Package available to download on signing up to the course.


a) Terminologyb) Weld imperfectionsc) Correct identification of weld imperfectionsd) Classification and significance of imperfectionse) Imperfections acceptance levelsf) Stress and distortion


The PCN requirements for Level 2 Welding Inspector are: 40 hours training and 12 months supervised work experience, to be obtained either before the examination, or within 24 months after passing the exam.


Note: The examination may be taken before the work experience is completed; however certificates are not issued until proof of work experience is provided. After passing the examination, a results notice is issued by PCN, you then have 24 months to complete the required work experience.


HelloI am a journey man scaffold-er and have pretty much no welding experience . I registered for CWB L1 for May 2018.. i have bought all the books and they just sent me a book called exam prep book, which contains all the question and the answers for all the modules. and it also has questions and answers for Practical Welding inspection, verification of material and also acceptance criteria .. has any one had this kind of book sent to them? ( the text book is only 8 chapters ) its the latest and updated version..


Regarding the open book examination, it is speed exam and quit many of the exams ask to find the wrong choice item or one which cant apply. that is like answering 4 question for one. I found out it is better to revise the book before the exam. And I fail practical examination beyond my expectation. Still I have no idea what was wrong on my answer. I ask the agent for review and she told me to pay 108 dollars.I always feel CWB is selling Job not providing a service of education but i was surprised when i heard to pay just to know your mistakes for the exam i already paid. BY the way another Certifying company CGSB for nondestructive testing, are much different. I myself get explanation on the phone free


the open book exam is a test of speed, and when looking through section VIII & IX of the asme code it is very tough, you get about 2.5 mins per question or you are playing catch up, and after getting a 68.9%, a 69.8%, and then 69%, at $145 a pop, I have to agree with the cash cow deal. also if you are not writing your code exams at a CWB location with computers, expect to wait 2 months for your mark, which makes the year go by very fast especially if you have a job, because taking a full day off every time you want to do a re-write can be tough, especially when they tell the one day a month they hold it in your city, the room is full. took me the full year to get 3 re-writes, guess driving 5 hours to Nisku would have been a better bet. now being told that I must re apply eye tests etc, company reference all over again and prove that I have been working in the industry all over again, when they have my whole file right in front of them, and re write the practical I got 95% on, as well as the closed book that I passed with a 93%, that makes no sense. total rip off. and for your info people 69.8% is not a passing 70%.


Hi. I came across this thread in a search for CWB exams. I have taken these inspector exams multiple times for level 1 and level 2 certification. I did not do courses choosing the self study route and doing the individual module exams. Here are my observations.1. For the closed book requirement read through the relevant modules at least twice making an effort to absorb the material. For the level 2 exam do a quick read of the level 1 modules as there will be level 1 questions. Rereading of the module material is a definite requirement for any retests.2. I found the open book exams more difficult than the closed book due the extensive specifications to scan through and the relatively short exam time. A scan or read through of the specifications is definitely recommended to familiarize one with the layout. For the actual open book test use the PDF option and bring a laptop. Bring your power cord and perhaps an extension cord if you do not know the exam room layout. If you do not own an advanced PDF writer/reader download a free advanced reader like pdf Exchange viewer. This software has a convenient search window which outputs a list of occurrences for a given search string allowing one to quickly scan and find the best fit. Practise with the software before the exam.3. I too failed the practical and also couldn't understand where I went wrong. Luckily my company paid for the 75 dollar review fee. This is a small price to pay especially if you have already spent hundreds on the courses (my own out of pocket cost was close to 2000 for module materials and exam fees). For the 75 bucks the bureau rep will show you exactly where you went wrong almost guaranteeing a pass. In my case I did not identify all defects that were present and used the wrong terms. Research the right terms i.e. incomplete fusion, incomplete penetration, excessive convexity, arc strike, spatter etc. Examine all sides and edges of a specimen for defects; identify all even if you think they are not rejectable e.g. tack welds are inspected to the same degree as the actual weld. You really do not lose marks for identifying defects that are not there but don't check off all possible defects for each specimen in the hope of getting the right ones.Hope this helps. 350c69d7ab