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Jon
Jon
02:20 Sep-18-2019
Online training recommendations, are they any good?

I'm new to NDT procedures and will be utilizing them to evaluate highways and bridges (SMT). I need to figure out where I can obtain training as affordably as possible for magnetic particle, dye penetrant, radiographic interpretation, ultrasonic, and visual methods. Do any online schools offer quality training in order to get level 1 or level 2 certification in this field?

 
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David
Rail Infrastructure Maintenance, Australia, Joined Jul 2019, 5

David

Rail Infrastructure Maintenance,
Australia,
Joined Jul 2019
5
08:55 Sep-18-2019
Re: Online training recommendations, are they any good?
In Reply to Jon at 02:20 Sep-18-2019 (Opening).

I can't imagine having confidence in a course that didn't involve see the trainee do hands on examination on samples of real pieces of steel.

https://www.aindt.com.au/Portals/0/PropertyAgent/442/Files/126/AINDT005_NDTCB_GUIDE_to_Qualification__Certification_Iss_21_Rev_00_%20June__2019.pdf



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Michel Couture
NDT Inspector,
consultant, Canada, Joined Sep 2006, 868

Michel Couture

NDT Inspector,
consultant,
Canada,
Joined Sep 2006
868
03:51 Sep-28-2019
Re: Online training recommendations, are they any good?
In Reply to Jon at 02:20 Sep-18-2019 (Opening).

The most important thing with any form of training is to know if the training you are taking is approved by a certifying body. Regardeless of who provide the training and what type or format it is, it will be worthless of you can use it for your certification.

Do your due diligence.

 
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