10:30 May-30-2016 Re: what are the certificate required for applying level-III examIn Reply to vengadesh at 15:17 May-25-2016 (Opening).
You need to submit a copy of your academic certificates showing your educational background.
E.g. 1. If your Qualification is either High School or Diploma or Bachelor Degree, then you may need to submit your Marks memo or Diploma or Degree certificate.
2. If your Qualification is either B.Tech or M.Sc or M.Tech then you can submit a copy of Transcripts or Original Degree or Provisional Certificate, etc.
A copy of certificate will be enough to verify your education background.
Coming to EXPERIENCE, you can follow any one of the below item:
1. Get the application form attested by your company HR or your Supervisor declaring your actual experience level in the method you applied for
2. Get an Experience letter from your employer stating that you working AT A LEVEL EQUIVALENT TO SNT-TC-1A level 2 in the methods you applied for
3. If you are independently working, then you can get signature from 2 of your customer to show the experience level in those methods applied.
4. Get it signed by any ASNT NDT level 3 who is aware of your experience level in those method applied for.
So for 1. B.Tech or M.Sc or M.Tech candidates - 1 year experience (equivalent to level - II) is enough.
2. Diploma, ITI or High school - 2 Years experience
3. If education background then you need to show more years of experience to compensate.
You must attach documentation for education if you are using post-secondary education to meet the Education and Experience Requirements. Copies of diplomas or transcripts are acceptable. All documentation must be in English or accompanied by an English translation.
Education and Experience:
ASNT Level III applicants must satisfy one of the following eligibility criteria:
• Graduated from a minimum four-year college or university curriculum with a degree in engineering or a physical science, plus one year (12 months) of experience in nondestructive testing in an assignment comparable to that of an Level II in the applicable test method(s), as defined in ASNT’s Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-1A, latest edition; OR
• Completed with passing grades at least two full academic school years of engineering or a physical science study at a university, college, or technical school, plus two years (24 months) of experience in nondestructive testing in an assignment comparable to that of an Level II in the applicable test method(s), as defined in ASNT’s Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-1A, latest edition; OR
• Four years (48 months) of experience in an assignment at least comparable to that of an Level II in the applicable testmethod(s), as defined in ASNT’s Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-1A, latest edition.
Have a look into application and ASNT website, will get more information.
16:35 Jul-24-2018 Re: what are the certificate required for applying level-III examIn Reply to sibu at 18:26 May-30-2016 .
You have to pass the Basic exam in order to get your ASNT Level III in any discipline. Not only do you need to study the various methods to have a basic understanding of the various methods. You also need to have a very comprehensive understanding of materials and processes.
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