AWS- ELW SET D (Package of 6 Documents: EG2.0:2008, EG3.0-96, EG4.0-96, QC10:2008, QC11-96, QC12-96)

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Contains:

AWS EG2.0:2006 Curriculum Guide for the Training of Welding Personnel: Level IEntry Welder A competency-based curriculum guideline detailing the minimum acceptable skill requirements for training and qualifying entry-level welders. 162 pages, (2006).

AWS EG3.0 GUIDE FOR THE TRAINING & QUALIFICATION OF WELDING PERSONNEL; LEVEL II-ADVANCED WELDER This guide contains information to assist education and training facilities in the development and administration of competency-based training that leads to the qualification and certification of trainees in accordance with the requirements of AWS QC11, Specification for the Qualification and Certification for Level II - Advanced Welders. Included are sections on curriculum and qualification guidelines, as well as recommendations for facility planning, materials, equipment, and tools. 

AWS EG4.0 GUIDE FOR THE TRAINING & QUALIFICATION OF WELDING PERSONNEL; LEVEL III-EXPERT WELDER This guide contains information to assist education and training facilities in the development and administration of competency-based training that leads to the qualification and certification of trainees in accordance with the requirements of AWS QC12, Specification for the Qualification and Certification for Level III - Expert Welders. Included are sections on curriculum and qualification guidelines, as well as recommendations for facility planning, materials, equipment, and tools.

AWS QC10:2004 SPECIFICATION FOR QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF ENTRY LEVEL WELDERS This standard defines the requirements for the American Welding Society to register a Level I - Entry Welder to the AWS SENSE program. The AWS Schools Excelling through National Skills Education (SENSE) program began in 1993 with the award of a grant by the US Department of Education to develop a series of standards and a program for the recognition of welders based on welding performance testing and practical knowledge tests. The SENSE welder program is comprised of three levels: I - Entry Welder, II - Advanced Welder, and III - Expert Welder. The registration of a Level I - Entry Welder requires performance (skill) and practical knowledge (written) qualification tests. These tests require reading, computational and manual skills to complete. 

AWS QC11 SPECIFICATION FOR QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION FOR LEVEL II ADVANCED WELDERS This standard defines the requirements and program for the American Welding Society to certify advanced level welders. The certification of Level II - Advanced Welders requires performance qualification and practical knowledge tests. These tests require more detailed skills of reading, computational, and manual skills to complete.

AWS QC12-96 SPECIFICATION FOR QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION FOR LEVEL IIIEXPERT WELDERS This standard defines the requirements and program for the American Welding Society to certify expert level welders. The certification of Level III - Expert Welders requires performance qualification and practical knowledge tests. These tests require more detailed skills of reading, computational, and manual skills to complete.

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