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CORNELIU DRENEA
CORNELIU DRENEA
10:46 Jan-22-2010
Level 3 certification according to EN 473

I'm from Romania and I have 12 years practice in UT-welding (level 2 EN 473 certified by Germanischer Lloyd). I worked for companies from Germany to projects in Romania. I'm Interested to get a certification level 3 - en 473 in UT and MT areas. In Romania, at this moment, it is not possible this certification. Thanks.

    
 
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Christoph Schnitger
Christoph Schnitger
11:19 Jan-22-2010
Re: Level 3 certification according to EN 473
In Reply to CORNELIU DRENEA at 10:46 Jan-22-2010 (Opening).

Hello Corneliu,

there are several companies here on the german market doing training and certification
in acc. to EN 473. The most popular are DGZFP ( Deutsche Gesellschaft für Werkstoffprüfung ) and Sector.

Please visit their webpages:
www.dgzfp.de
www.sectorcert.com

I know that Sector have some training centers in Makedonia, Czech, Polen and Serbia.
Personally i recommend give them a mail include copy of my answer !

    
 
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Marius Dinu
Marius Dinu
11:47 Jan-22-2010
Re: Level 3 certification according to EN 473
In Reply to CORNELIU DRENEA at 10:46 Jan-22-2010 (Opening).

Hi Corneliu,
Did you tried to contact AROEND (Romanian Society for NDT) (www.aroend.ro)? As long as I know, they are certifying personnel according to EN473...

Best regards,

Marius Dinu

    
 
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