IIW-India`s mission is to promote Education, Training, Qualification and Certification in welding in India in line with International Standards which would be globally recognized and accepted.
Role of IIW-India in Skill Development
- Knowledge provider to Industry and Training Institute
- Assessment & Certification
- Training the Trainers.
- Conducting National level Skill competitions
IIW-India`s Skill Development Programs
A) National Welding Training & Certification Scheme (NWTCS):
The programme has been developed to provide Certification of Welders at different levels and for various industry sectors as per various NWTCS Certification Schemes under Accreditation from QCI NABET as per ISO/IEC 17024:2012 Standard.
B) Welder Certification:
IIW-India conducts certification of Welders to various International & National Welder testing standards e.g. ISO:9606-1, ISO:9606-2, ASME Section IX and AWS D 1.1 etc under accreditation of QCI NABET as per ISO 17024.
This activity is conducted by ANB-India under the International Section.
C) Sector Skill Assessments:
IIW-India is an Assessment Body under NSDC Sector Skill Councils Govt. of India’s Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship for PMKVY and other schemes.
D) Modular Employable Skill (MES) assessments:
IIW-India is an Assessment body under Govt. of India`s Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Directorate General of Training (DGT) for Modular Employable Scheme (MES).
E) National Skill Competition:
IIW-India Conducts Best Welder Competition annually in different categories and winners are given Awards at the National Welding Seminar.
F) Training of Trainers:
IIW-India conducts training the Trainers programme for various Sector Skill Council and other organizations.