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Difference Between EWF/IIW and IIW.

Difference Between EWF/IIW and IIW.

(OP)
Hai,


I Would like to know About the EWF/IIW and IIW. Please Input your Knowledge here to know about that.


Thanks in Advance.

REGARDS,

G.SRIRAM.

Dream,Dream,Dream Dream transforms in to thoughts.And thoughts result in action

RE: Difference Between EWF/IIW and IIW.

IIW is the International Institute of Welding. Google it and you will find lots of information. They offer certifications provided you meet the qualifications.

EWF is the European Welding Federation....a similar body that offers certifications. Google it.

RE: Difference Between EWF/IIW and IIW.

Yep... still not seeing what we're supposed to provide that groups themselves don't...

Dan - Owner
http://www.Hi-TecDesigns.com

RE: Difference Between EWF/IIW and IIW.

(OP)
Thank u all.

REGARDS,

G.SRIRAM.

Dream,Dream,Dream Dream transforms in to thoughts.And thoughts result in action

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