Welding Supervisor AS2214 | 5 day course | Only $2136 | Limited places available
Monday 1 – Friday 5 March 2021
Monday 1 – Friday 5 March 2021
The popular Welding Supervisor AS/NZS 2214 will be delivered as a five day comprehensive in-class training and a series of online distance learning.
Welding Supervisor and compliance with the standards
New Zealand Building Code Appendix B1 required steel structures to be fabricated in accordance with AS/NZS 5131 Structural steelwork – Fabrication and erection. This standard references a range of normative standards such as AS/NZS 1554 series, specifies quality requirements in accordance with the Construction Categories CC1 to CC4 and defines competency requirements for people involved. It includes welding supervisors and inspectors.
For all Construction Categories, welding coordination shall be maintained during the execution of welding by welding coordination personnel suitably qualified for, and experienced in the welding operations they supervise.
The fabricator shall employ (or subcontract) a competent Welding Coordinator/Supervisor in compliance with AS/NZS 5131 Section 7.4.3. This Welding Supervisor course meets minimum technical knowledge the requirement for welding supervision of AS/NZS 5131 CC2 and AS/NZS 1554. It also covers technical knowledge requirements for the students progressing to the Welding Inspector Level 1.
The above competency requirements are also included in the Steel Fabrication Certification (SFC) Scheme that was established to ensure compliance of the certified fabricators with AS/NZS 5131.
Who should attend?
This course leads to:
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Course entry requirements are:
This course requires proficiency in the comprehension and writing of English as used in the engineering industry, and in basic mathematics. Additionally:
The course is open to anyone seeking an in-depth understanding of structural steel welding and the associated standards. If you do not want to take the exams there are no course entry requirements.
What to expect
A combined comprehensive training course delivered as a series of webinars supplemented by Q&A sessions, do-it-yourself distance learning components and comprehensive student notes.
The course will be delivered by experts in the field of welding-engineering, inspection and NDT.
Content covers the AS/NZS 2214 syllabus and the Welding Inspector Level 1 Technology Module requirements:
1. The role and responsibilities of the welding supervisor and inspector
2. Welding processes
3. Welding procedure qualification
4. Welding metallurgy
5. Construction and design
6. Welder qualification to AS/NZS 2980 and AS/NZS ISO 9606.1
7. Fabrication and welding for seismic applications
8. Compliance with welding and fabrication standards
9. Weld defects and acceptance criteria
10. Quality management systems to AS/NZS 1554, AS/NZS 5131, SFC and AS/NZS ISO 3834.
Comprehensive course notes are provided by HERA.
An optional Refresher and Exam Preparation course is offered the day before the exams. You can enroll for this with your Course Registration.
For attendees seeking AS/NZS 2214 qualification and progressing towards Welding Inspector Level 1:
Course and completion of the Distance Learning assignments is required, and
One day Refresher course date: TBC
Examination date: TBC
Alan McClintock | HERA Senior Welding Engineer
Alan is a qualified welder, welding supervisor and inspector IWI-C, and an IIW Welding Technologist. He has considerable experience with New Zealand and Australia welding related structural standards and related quality control procedures. Alan is a Lead Auditor for Steel Fabricator Certification (SFC) Scheme.
Volkan Yakut | HERA Senior Welding Engineer
Volkan is an international welding engineer (IIW) with expertise in the field of Defence, Shipbuilding and Oil and gas. He holds NDT qualifications Level 3 for UT and Level 2 for RT, MPI, PT and VT. He is also a Lead Auditor for Steel Fabricator Certification (SFC) Scheme.
Robert Ryan | HERA Welding Engineer
Robert is an international welding inspector (IIW IWI-S) and AS 2214 Welding Supervisor with expertise in the field of welding processes, procedures, training of welders as well as quality management systems to AS/NZS 5131 and SFC
Michail Karpenko | GM Welding Centre
HERA Michail, an international welding engineer (IIW), is a member of the Standards New Zealand and Australia Committees including WD-003 “Welding” actively involved in the revision and updating of welding standards such as AS/NZS 1554, AS/NZS ISO 3834, DR ISO 17607, AS/NZS 5131. He was actively involved in establishing the Fabricator Certification Scheme (SFC) and is also a Lead Auditor for this Scheme.
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Please note: The AS 2214 / IIW Inspector Part 1 exam fee’s not included in the course fees.
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What does the course cost?
Cost depends on your membership category of HERA membership. Details are on the “Prices” tab
Does the course fee cover the examinations?
No, exam fees are additional; details are on the Exam Application at https://www.hera.org.nz/event/welding-supervisor-welding-inspection-part-1-exams-2-copy/
Do I have to do the exams after this course?
No, exams can be taken at a later date.
How often is this course held?
The course is offered twice a year
What can this course lead to?
Can I skip this course and just do a HERA Welding Inspection Course?
For HERA Welding Inspector Level 1 and IIW qualifications this course as Welding Inspector Part 1 is mandatory.
For CBIP CWI the course is recommended.
If I just do the course but do not take the exams what do I get?
An attendance Certificate is available detailing the course content.