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How can I become a Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC)?

How can I become a Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC)?

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 ISO 3834, EN 15085 and EN 1090 will seek to establish that welding coordinators are competent to fulfil their allocated responsibilities.

Your competence will be assessed on a combination of knowledge, skills and experience that can be demonstrated through evidence of qualifications, certificates and log book or CV, and may be confirmed in interview.

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