If nondestructive testing is a part of yourcore business, you need to consider all the options. You also need to consider compliance and basic technical requirements for your staff’s training and formal certification.
Appropriate certification for the type(s) of testing carried out is required. A business may typically carry out multiple nondestructive testing operations, each of which must be conducted and documented by certified staff.
This training and certification is absolutely critical for your work. Staff need to be thoroughly and properly trained, obviously. The other, less obvious, part of the process is that certification is quite simply the only working mechanism to validate their testing work.
Certification is a mandatory requirement for good reason. Proper testing procedures, documentation, and the acceptability or otherwise of test results are all formal processes. It’s also the invaluable, incontrovertible professional backup for test findings, the “fully qualified testing staff” effect.
Now the good news for businesses -
• NDT coursesandNDT training isn’t particularly expensive. You can get this type of training for quite reasonable fees.
• Nondestructive testing training can be dovetailed with onsitework by trainers, who can also assist in a consultancy role to ensure that NDT processes and documentation are properly compiled and certified.
• These certifications pay for themselves on the job, in multiple ways. They’re formal professional qualifications, also valuable and useful to your staff in career terms.
The obvious question at this point is “Where do you find a qualified training organization?” To save you some time, and some confusion looking, we’ve found a top US national training company for you. It’s a company called Larson NDT Level III Services and Training LLC.
This is a major league NDT company with an excellent track record of its own in NDT testing. They’re certified trainers, able to provide training for all types of NDT testing qualifications, and also act as consultants for their clients. They’re the sort of consultants which deliver multiple services onsite, delivering practical nuts and bolts assistance across your operational spectrum, as well as training.
For more information, and some particularly useful information regarding your NDT training and certification options, see their website here at www.larsonndeservices.com. You can contact them directly online or by phone to discuss your needs.