Plot 105, Igbo-Echie Road, Opposite Enarco, Rumuokwurusi, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria +234 8103567175 (Support PHC)
        Plot 22, Okesuna-Leso Road, by Greenspring Schools, Awoyaya. lekki-Epe Expressway -Lagos, Nigeria +234 8161361344 ( Support Lagos )

BECOME A CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL WELDING ENGINEER

It will be interesting to know that currently in the entire continent the demands of apply nowCertified International Welding Engineer are real. Most Engineers who qualifies for such training will need to disburse considerable amount of finances to be able to afford such a qualification.

Thanks to Mudiame Welding Institute Limited (MWI), an innovative institute born out the rare gut of Nigerian entrepreneurs who succeeded in establishing the institute as one of the Approved Training Bodies (ATB) in Africa authorized by the International Institute of Welding (IIW) to provide training on International Welding Engineer (IWE) and International Welding Technologist (IWT) including other IIW diploma programs in line with the IIW guidelines and practices.

THE FIRST IN WEST AFRICA AND AMONG THE VERY FEW CERTIFIED BODY IN AFRICA

Mudiame Welding Institute is also a member of The American Society for Non Destructive Testing (ASNT) and offering training on Non Destructive Test (NDT) courses at various levels.

TRAINING OFFERED AND REQUIREMENT

The institute has a based in Port Harcourt and Lagos in Nigeria. Student from West Africa and other countries can apply with accommodation available. Following is the list of training available at the moment:

  • International Welding Engineer (IWE)
    • Approved craft certificate in engineering
    • Senior secondary school certificate (SSCE) Or its equivalent
    • National vocational qualification or other national recognized vocational qualifications in engineering subjects
  • International Welding Technologist (IWT)
    • Professional engineer of incorporated (IENG) status granted by the UK Engineering council, or COREN under mature candidates rules,
    • Higher National Diploma (HND) in an engineering discipline or
    • Level 4 National vocational qualifications or other nationally recognized vocations qualification in engineering subjects.
  • International Welding Specialist (IWS)
    • Approved craft diploma in engineering subjects, for instance city and guilds of London Institute, National Diploma (ND) in Nigeria or
    • Level 2/3 national vocational qualifications or other national recognized vocation qualifications in engineering subjects.
  • International Welding Practitioner (IWP)
    • Professional engineer of incorporated (IENG) status granted by the UK Engineering council, or COREN under mature candidates rules,
    • Higher National Diploma (HND) in an engineering discipline or
    • Level 4 National vocational qualifications or other nationally recognized vocations qualification in engineering subjects.
  • International Welding Inspection Personnel (IWIP)
    • Personals fulfilling the national standard access conditions for IWT or higher as define in the directory of access condition, doc. IAB 020.
    • Holders of an existing IIW qualification as international Welding Technologist.
    • A system for career development for those qualified IWI-S who have gained two years of relevant inspection experience at IWI-S.
  • International Welder (IW)
    • Approved craft certificate in engineering
    • Senior secondary school certificate (SSCE) Or its equivalent
    • National vocational qualification or other national recognized vocational qualifications in engineering subjects

In addition to the IIW certified Courses the Institution offers other training courses in;

  • Non Destructive Test (UT, MT, PT, RT etc) to Level 1 to 111
  • Electrical & Instrumentation
  • Basic Metrology
  • Calibration of Electrical Measuring Equipment
  • Calibration of Pressure Measuring Equipment
  • Measurement of Uncertainty Estimation
  • API Courses
  • Welding Metallurgy
  • Weld ability of stainless Steel
  • Duplex Stainless Steel ‘What you need to know’
  • Advanced Welding Processes
  • Effects of corrosion and their control

TRAINING OPTIONS

  • Full time: Two sessions of full time program every year, i.e January to June for the first session and July to December for the second session.
  • Flexible: Prefer and intend to take a particular module due to lack of time. Note, this should not exceed a maximum of three years to complete the training.
  • Part-time: prefer and intend to take the training during week end due to lack of time and create opportunity for workers who want improve their skills and competency even during projects.

WHAT NEXT?

Apply today to join the next training batch, go to www.mudiame.com or www.mwionline.com for more details. You can also contact the institute through training@mudiame.com.

 

Good luck as you climb the top best of your engineering career.

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