The European Federation for Welding, Joining and Cutting (EWF) and International Institute of Welding (IIW) diplomas are widely accepted by employers as high quality vocational education in welding engineering. They confirm a high level of knowledge and expertise that is recognised around the world, supporting the exacting quality requirements for welding coordination across a wide range of applications, materials and processes.
These unique qualifications will place you and your employees above much of the competition, giving your customers high confidence in your organisational understanding of welding.
The EWF/IIW diplomas delivered by TWI are a modular programme, enabling progression in stages through three levels of qualification. Each module lasts one week and finishes with an exam.
TWI Diploma in Welding Engineering
If you do not satisfy the EWF/IIW access conditions, you should consider the TWI Diploma in Welding Engineering.
Gaining a recognised international diploma in welding engineering will unlock a wide range of career opportunities including welding coordinator, welding technician, quality assurance coordinator or welding supervisor.
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What is the EWF/IIW Welding Diploma? Programme overview and level progression by David Bage