The courses will benefit students currently working in the NDT field who are seeking to challenge the certification examinations. The courses will also benefit students who plan to gain knowledge prior to entering the field of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT).
The courses require basic mathematical skills and the Materials and Processes course must be completed before proceeding into any of the NDT methods courses. Students who intend to apply for NCB certification are responsible for confirming their eligibility. Please visit their website .
NOTE: Passing mark for all Non-Destructive Testing courses and the Prerequisite Exams: Materials & Process and Math Skills is 70%.
Areas of study in NDT at IZUNA include:
|Ultrasonics (UT)||Written and Practical|
|Liquid Penetrant (PT)||Written and Practical|
|Magnetic Particle (MT)
||Written and Practical|
|Eddy Current (ET)
|Exposure Device Operator||Written only|
|X-Ray Fluorescent Operator||Written only|
All examinations and tutorials must be pre-booked by contacting Camille Crowther at 111-456-8027.NOTE: Tutorials cover 4 hours of practice time in the candidate's chosen method; information on material covered on practical exams will not be given out.
Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at IZUNA? Check out IZUNA's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.
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