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  1. Film Radiography
  2. Magnetic Particle
  3. Penetrant Inspection
  4. General Radiography
  5. Radiation Safety
  6. Visual Weld Inspection

Film Radiography- About the Course

       A 16-hour course for developing skills in the art and science of evaluating radiographs. This course will cover radiographic inspection processing and all of the varying parameters that contribute to the final radiographic image quality.  Will provide information on the film interpreter's role and capability, paying particular attention to the practical interpretation of radiographs. This four-day –4 hour (16 hrs.) course provides basic knowledge into how to effectively interpret radiographs of weldments, castings, electronics, composite and other materials.  Emphasis is placed on the radiographic image quality requirements of codes and specifications.  This course is practical in nature, utilizes classroom participation, and allows for hands on application in the review of radiographic film.

This course will:

  • Discuss the attributes needed for acceptable radiographs
  • Explain various types of discontinuities in weldments, castings and other forms
  • Explain acceptance criteria from various codes and standards 
  • Apply various acceptance criteria for weld acceptance
  • Hands-on viewing and evaluation of radiographs

 

This four-day (16 hrs.) course provides basic knowledge into how to effectively interpret radiographs. The practical session radiographs are concentrated towards the product technology of the participant.

ATTENDIES:  Will receive formal classroom training, hands on inspection and be required to perform all process controls relative to aerospace requirements.  The class includes books, handouts, and quizzes/exams covering material.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course is designed for welding inspectors, auditors, supervisors, managers, engineers, quality assurance/quality control personnel, radiographic personnel, and others who desire to improve their skills in this area.

Magnetic Particle Inspection- About the Course

This course meets the training requirements of Aerospace Industries Association- National Aerospace Standards NAS 410, Certification & Qualification of Nondestructive Test Personnel: and complies with the training guidelines of American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice No SNT-TC-1A and Mil-Std-410E.  The course addresses the inspection and process of ASTM E1444 and incorporates the process control attributes of NADCAP (Performance Review Institute) checklist AC7114/2.  The course prepares students to perform magnetic particle inspections using visible and fluorescent particles.

ATTENDIES:  Will receive formal classroom training, hands-on inspection and be required to perform all process controls relative to aerospace requirements.  The class includes books, hand-outs, and quizzes/exams covering material.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Entry Level NDT Personnel, Inspectors, Supervisors and NDT Personnel requiring Refresher Training.

LEVEL 1: 16 hr (Operator)
LEVEL 2: 16 hr (Inspector)

Penetrant Inspection- About the Course

       This course meets the training requirements of Aerospace Industries Association- National Aerospace Standards NAS 410, Certification & Qualification of Nondestructive Test Personnel: and complies with the training guidelines of American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice No SNT-TC-1A and Mil-Std-410E.  The course addresses the inspection and process of ASTM E1417 and incorporates the process control attributes of NADCAP (Performance Review Institute) checklist AC7114/1.  The course prepares students to perform liquid penetrant inspections using visible or fluorescent dyes. 

ATTENDIES:  Will receive formal classroom training, hands on inspection and be required to perform all process controls relative to aerospace requirements.  The class includes books, hand-outs, and quizzes/exams covering material.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:Entry Level NDT Personnel, Inspectors, Supervisors and NDT Personnel requiring Refresher Training.

LEVEL 1: 16 hr (Operator)
LEVEL 2: 16 hr (Inspector)

General Radiography- About the Course

This course meets the training requirements of Aerospace Industries Association- National Aerospace Standards NAS 410, Certification & Qualification of Nondestructive Test Personnel: and complies with the training guidelines of American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice No SNT-TC-1A and Mil-Std-410E.  The course addresses the inspection and process of ASTM E1742 and incorporates the process control attributes of NADCAP (Performance Review Institute) specification AC7114/4.

Includes Actual Hands-On. You will receive training in:

  • Latest Digital Radiography Techniques
  • Real-Time Radiography
  • Film Radiography

ATTENDIES:Will receive formal classroom training, hands on inspection and be required to perform all process controls relative to aerospace requirements.  The class includes books, handouts, and quizzes/exams covering material.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:Entry Level NDT Personnel, Inspectors, Supervisors and NDT Personnel requiring Refresher Training.

LEVEL 1 - 40 hr (Operator)
LEVEL 2 - 40 hr (Inspector)

 

 

 

Radiation Safety- About the Course

 Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel (IRRSP)- 40 Hour Training in Radioactive Material (RAM) and X-ray               

IRRSP Applications available (ASNT-CP-IRRSP-1A). For more information on the ASNT, IRRSP program please contact Jennifer Harris of ASNT at (800) 222-2768 or visit the ASNT website at www.asnt.org

Regulations: California Code of Regulations, Title 17, Subchapter 4, Group 3, Article 6 and Code of Federal Regulations Title 10, Chapter 1, Part 20

 (State of California approved and Institution recognized by ASNT)

Visual Inspection- About the Course

This course content includes visual inspection procedures, relevant codes of practice, terms and definitions, welding processes and typical welding defects, weld measurements; typical documentation and requirements, practical inspection reporting.

Objectives:

  •      to indentify various weld imperfections (defects)
  •      to understand the relevant welding technology related to visual inspection
  •      to understand the need for documentation in welding
  •      to be aware of codes and standards related to inspection requirements
  •      to carry out inspection of parent materials and consumables
  •      to carry out visual inspection of welds, report on them and assess their compliance with specified acceptance criteria   

ATTENDIES:Will receive formal classroom training, hands-on inspection and be required to perform all process controls relative to aerospace requirements.  The class includes books, hand-outs, and quizzes/exams covering material.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Welders, operators, line inpsectors and foremen who undertake visual examination of welded joints; quality control staff associated with welding;  all staff who need basic training in welding inspection coupled with a qualification in this field.

 

 

 

Certifications

*AWS QC-1 Certified Weld Inspector (CWI-86060911)

*Honeywell Supplier NDT Level 3

*Boeing D1-4426 NDI Personnel, Level III, BSS 7698, NAS 410 and Mil-Std-410

*Federal Aviation Administration – FAA Air Agency Certificate OC6R648J

*Prime Contractor Approvals: Lockheed Martin Aeronautics(Fracture/Durability Critical Hardware),  Aerojet Gencorp, The Boeing Co. and others

*Compliant to ISO 9001:2000, Certified to PRI AC7004 

*NADCAP Compliant Quality System AC7004 

*NADCAP/PRI Nondestructive Testing Accredited (AC7114) 

*RWTuV – TuV Certificate 04-502-2190 (EN 473, ISO 9712)

*Radiation Safety – CA Department of Health Services Approved Training for Industrial Radiographer’s and Radiographer’s Assistants 

*ACCP Professional Level III (8436)

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