If you do nondestructive testing (NDT) as part of your business or offer nondestructive testing servicesas a service for other businesses, you need to consider your training options as a major business asset. You can also consider your options for upgrading your NDT certifications and NDT training as useful tools for business expansion.
The most efficient use of NDT training is as part of an integrated business plan. You can develop your staff knowledge and skills base, add extra high value capacity to your business services, and potentially add a range of new services to get more business from clients.
Another, equally valuable, “back end” value in NDT training is that your NDT training and certifications will deliver higher quality work and instantly useful staff development. That’s a useful bottom line upgrade and competitive advantage for growing businesses seeking to expand.
The best way to organize your training is surprisingly easy, and not particularly expensive:
• Engage an NDT consultant to create a training program according to your needs - This service offers a double benefit for employers. These consultants can also help with your NDT work onsite, particularly through audits and practical assistance with your work.
• Create a training program with your consultant’s help – This can include basic and advanced training stages, depending on your needs. The training program also delivers a useful, organized system for future needs.
If you’re looking for a few pointers on managing NDT training and how to get the type(s) of training you need, there’s a company called Larson NDT Level III Services and Training LLC which is a real one stop shop. As their name suggests, they’re both an NDT service and a training service. They have a long, distinguished track record in the industry, and an exceptional range of training options in all areas of NDT testing.
It’s a good idea to visit their website here at www.larsonndeservices.com. Check out their training services information, and explore your options. If you’d like to engage their services for training, NDT work, or consultancy, contact them directly.