RWC Courses – Last ones of 2017

CDL Group Ltd are pleased to announce further CDL Group Ltd RWC Courses in High Wycombe on Wednesday 6th December and Thursday 7th December, Ardee, Co. Louth on the 7th and 8th December as well as Monday 11th December and Tuesday 12th December which will be held in Wales. Places always tend to fill up quickly so either fill out the enquiry section or give a call to High Wycombe on +44 (0)1494 601068, Ireland on 1 485 3407 Head Office (Wales) on +44(0)1686 806677 to enquire or book.

Our course is delivered by an International Welding Specialist CSWIP 3.2 PCN III and full course material is provided in advance of the course. Whilst you are with us all refreshments are provided and included in the cost.

This course is aimed at Managers/Supervisors who will then have responsibility for welders or a team of welders, a basic understanding of welding principles is an advantage. ISO 14731 states that welding coordination is the sole responsibility of the manufacturer and the manufacturer shall appoint at least one Responsible Welding Coordinator. 

Welding coordination responsibilities must be allocated to one or more specific job roles defined by the manufacturer. Assessment of fusion welding quality against the requirements of BS EN ISO 3834-part 1/2,  and EN 1090-1/2 will seek to establish that welding coordinators are competent to fulfil their allocated responsibilities. The course is designed to give delegates a good understanding of the correct acceptance/rejection criteria in accordance with BS EN ISO 5817 and the NSSS 5th Edition CE Marked Version, the correct way to inspect a weld, how to ascertain when further NDT may be required and to ensure that the correct Welding Procedures and Welder Qualifications are in place and mantained within the company.

To comply with CE marking all fabricators must be able to demonstrate compliance with BS EN 1090 parts 1 & 2: Execution of Steel structures and Aluminium structures.

  • BS EN 1090-1: Requirements for conformity assessment of structural components explains that, since all structural steel is seen as safety critical, manufacturers must document and implement a Factory Production Control (FPC) system and have the system certified by a notified body.
  • BS EN 1090-2: Technical requirements for steel structures, outlines what is required to ensure steel frames meet adequate levels of mechanical resistance, stability, serviceability and durability.

CDL Group’s very successful RWC course comprises of:

Course 2 days classroom based with 1 day gap analysis at your premises.