Instructor's Summary

Professor Henry Chever

Professor Henry Chever is a Senior Welding & Metallurgy Engineer with over 20 years of industrial experience within the Oil, Gas, Petrochemical, Power, Utilities and Construction industries. His thorough experience widely covers Welding Technology, Welding Inspection Technology, Welding Metallurgy, Aluminum Welding, Post Weld Heat Treatment, Corrosion Inhibition, Corrosion Monitoring & Control Techniques, Protective Coating Inspection & Technology, Refractory Inspection & Application, Pipeline Inspection & Testing, Risk-Based Inspection (RBI), Fitness-for-Service (FFS) and Repair Practices of Pipelines, Piping, Vessels and Tanks, Modern Cathodic Protection Systems, Mechanical Integrity & Reliability, Pipeline Pigging, In-Line Inspection & Integrity Assessment, Metallurgical Furnace, Piping Vibration Analysis, Metallurgical Failure Analysis & Prevention, Pressure Equipment, NDT and Radiographic Testing. Further, he is an expert and well-versed in commanding the International Welding Codes & Standards (AWS, ASME & API). He is currently the R&D & Welding Quality Manager of INDURA wherein he is responsible for the improvements of product designing and mentoring of multiple engineering theses, welding processes such as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Submerged Arc Welding (SAW), Oxyfuel Welding (OFW) & Plasma Arc Welding (PAW) and welding failure analysis using metallographic techniques.


During his long career life, Professor Chever has worked with various international companies and universities where he held key positions as the Welding Training Manager, Welding Product Engineer, Welding Instructor and a Professor in Metallurgy Engineering.


Professor Chever has a Bachelor degree in Metallurgy Engineering and he is a Senior Certified Welding Inspector (CWI-AWS) from the American Welding Society (AWS).  He is an active member AWS and is heavily involved in the certification process of electrode by Lloyd Register, American Bureau of Shipping, NKK & DNV.