CWB Certification to offer remote examination options through the ProctorU service model to the welding industry

October 14, 2020

  Flexible options allow welding professionals to take examinations anywhere, anytime.

Milton, September 15, 2020- In response to the current situation and customer needs, CWB Certification is now offering a remote written examination invigilation option through ProctorU to all students, welding supervisors, welding engineers, and welding inspectors. CWB Certification has been committed to providing safe and convenient solutions to all their clients during this unprecedented time to alleviate organizational stresses caused by the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. They recognize that their clients' safety is of the utmost importance, which is why they have made investments in this new and innovative service model.

Added benefits of the remote written examination invigilation option include:

  • No travel to the examination location
  • Able to take the test from the comfort of their own home
  • Flexible time slots
  • Safety during an unprecedented time
  • Instant results for examination
  • Results available on the online platform indefinitely for future reference
  • ProctorU available to provide technical support

“In response to industry feedback for a more digitized learning process, CWB Certification is confident that this new service model will be very well-received,” said Craig Martin. “Our goal is to increase client satisfaction by allowing them to complete examinations online in a location of their preference and time while continuing to protect and maintain the integrity of our robust examination process.”

With this new model, CWB Certification is committed to the health and well-being of their clients. By providing this level of flexibility, students, welding supervisors, engineers, and inspectors can take the examinations after work or on weekends to avoid disruptions to their daily schedules and receive real-time results.

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 About CWB Certification: 

The CWB Group certifies companies, inspection organizations, inspectors, and welding consumables through a review and qualification process to ensure that they meet the requirements for a variety of product and safety codes as well as standards such as CSA W47.1CSA W47.2CSA W55.3CSA W186CSA W178.1CSA W178.2 and CSA W48. To achieve and maintain certification, companies engaged in welding are required to have their personnel qualified for engineering, supervisory and welding and follow approved welding procedures. Similar to the welding companies, welding inspection organizations are required to have their personnel prepared for supervisory and certified for inspection, whether it’s visual, destructive or non-destructive testing.


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