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NDT Refresher Courses

Refresher Courses
 
NDT-CGI can design refresher courses specifically for your personnel to keep their skills up to date.  The courses can cover the materials you feel your personnel need and for the number of hours you think it will take to bring them up to date. A typical course outline for a 40 hour refresher course is shown below.
 
 

Introduction (2 hours)

Definition of NDT

Other names

Review of Terminology associated with NDT

Defect

Discontinuity

Flaw

Indication

Evaluation

Specification

Code

Procedure

Calibration

Uses for NDT (2 hours)

Aerospace/Aircraft

Power Generation

Petrochemical plants

Others

NDT Methods

MT (4 hours)

Basic theory

Uses

Advantages

Disadvantages

Equipment

Demonstration

PT (4 Hours)

Basic theory

Uses

Advantages

Disadvantages

Equipment

Demonstration

VT (4 hours)

Basic theory

Uses

Advantages

Disadvantages

Equipment

Demonstration

RT (4 hours)

Basic theory

Uses

Advantages

Disadvantages

Equipment

Demonstration

UT (8 hours)

Basic theory

Uses

Advantages

Disadvantages

Equipment

Demonstration

ET (8 hours)

Basic theory

Uses

Advantages

Disadvantages

Equipment

Demonstration

Discontinuities detectable by NDT (1 hours)

Surface cracks

Scratches

Subsurface defects

Qualification and certification of NDT personnel (1 hours)

ASNT-TC-1A

CP-189

Performance Qualification

Certification

NDT Specifications/Codes and Procedures (2 hours)

Aerospace

ASME

ASTM

ANSI

SAE

API

 
This course can be modified to suit your needs.
 
Please contact us with your request.
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NDT Refresher Training Outline

1) Introduction (2 hours)

a) Definition of NDT

i) Other names

b) Review of Terminology associated with NDT

i) Defect

ii) Discontinuity

iii) Flaw

iv) Indication

v) Evaluation

vi) Specification

vii) Code

viii) Procedure

ix) Calibration

2) Uses for NDT (2 hours)

a) Aerospace/Aircraft

b) Power Generation

c) Petrochemical plants

d) Others

3) NDT Methods

a) MT (4 hours)

i) Basic theory

ii) Uses

iii) Advantages

iv) Disadvantages

v) Equipment

vi) Demonstration

b) PT (4 Hours)

i) Basic theory

ii) Uses

iii) Advantages

iv) Disadvantages

v) Equipment

vi) Demonstration

c) VT (4 hours)

i) Basic theory

ii) Uses

iii) Advantages

iv) Disadvantages

v) Equipment

vi) Demonstration

d) RT (4 hours)

i) Basic theory

ii) Uses

iii) Advantages

iv) Disadvantages

v) Equipment

vi) Demonstration

e) UT (8 hours)

i) Basic theory

ii) Uses

iii) Advantages

iv) Disadvantages

v) Equipment

vi) Demonstration

f) ET (8 hours)

i) Basic theory

ii) Uses

iii) Advantages

iv) Disadvantages

v) Equipment

vi) Demonstration

4) Discontinuities detectable by NDT (1 hours)

a) Surface cracks

b) Scratches

c) Subsurface defects

5) Qualification and certification of NDT personnel (1 hours)

a) ASNT-TC-1A

b) CP-189

c) Performance Qualification

d) Certification

6) NDT Specifications/Codes and Procedures (2 hours)

a) Aerospace

b) ASME

c) ASTM

d) ANSI

e) SAE

f) API