The Welding Institute offers its professional members plenty of opportunity to support the work of the Institute through volunteering. Listed below are the vacancies we currently have available where we would welcome your support.
If you interested in any of the volunteer vacancies advertised below, please check our events page to register for one of our volunteer open days or if you have and questions please contact us.
|CPD Reviewers |
|Duties ||Review CPD submissions from members of professional The Welding Institute and provide feedback to the members |
|When and where? ||CPD submissions normally come in during November/December each year. The review can be done online/via email |
|Requirements: ||You must be a Professional Member of The Welding Institute. |
Full training will be provided and regular refresher training will be required. All contributions as a CPD Reviewer will count towards your own Continued Professional Development
|No. volunteers: |
|5 - 10 |
|PRI Interviewers |
|Duties: ||Conduct Professional Review Interviews on behalf of The Welding Institute for candidates applying for CEng, IEng or EngTech registration with Engineering Council. |
|When and where: ||Regular dates throughout the year at TWI Middlesbrough or TWI Cambridge. Information on exact dates can be provided on request. |
|You must be a Professional Member of The Welding Institute and must also hold Engineering Council registration in one of the grades listed above. Full training will be provided and regular refresher training will be required. All contributions as a PRI Interviewer will count towards your own Continued Professional Development. Expenses for mileage and refreshments will be covered. |
|No. volunteers: ||4 |
|Duties: || |
The Welding Institute has a team of accreditors supporting accreditation of university Degree and Masters programmes. Accreditors are both senior academics and industrialists with significant expertise and knowledge in their field, who voluntarily support The Welding Institute to review and accredit programmes for Incorporated and Chartered registration status.
|When and where: || |
First Year: minimum commitment of 5 days
Subsequent Years: minimum commitment of 8 days
Location would be dependant on UK university seeking accreditation.
Academics would require the following knowledge and experience to become an accreditor:
• Acting in the role of course leader or director associated with engineering or welding.
• Audit experience.
• External Examining.
Industrialists would require the following knowledge and experience to become an accreditor:
• An understanding of the Higher Education Sector.
• Audit experience.
|No. volunteers: ||3 |
| Role Spec: ||Please find a copy of the accreditor role spec here. |