Eligibility Criteria for NDT Training & Certification Courses

Trinity Institute of NDT Technology (A Unit of Trinity NDT Engineers) is a Premier institute for NDT Level I and Level II / III certification courses and Welding Inspector courses. A Corporate partner of The American Society for Non-destructive Testing – ASNT USA, we offer training courses as per ASNT SNT TC 1A.

In order to attend Non-destructive testing – NDT training certification courses, the candidate must meet the eligibility criteria as described in Trinity NDT Written Practice framed to the requirements of ASNT Recommended practice SNT TC 1A – 2016.

Training offered is reviewed as the best in terms of practical and theoretical sessions delivered by expert ASNT NDT Level III professionals and experienced trainers. Registration of Delegates from over 40 countries since over 17 Years, has proved our expertise. Join us and experience our best class hospitality that has won international reputation. Every training program is a right blend of class room theory and real time industrial exposure during practical sessions at our Aerospace specialized NDT workshops & labs.

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Non-destructive testing Level 1, 2 certifications are offered in the following methods

  1. Ultrasonic Testing
  2. Eddy Current testing
  3. Radiography Testing
  4. Magnetic particle testing
  5. Liquid Penetrant testing
  6. Radiography Film Interpretation course
  7. Visual Inspection Training Course
  8. Ultrasonic thickness Gauging
 

Education, Training & Experience Eligibility for initial Qualifications - NDT Training Level I, II Certification Courses

Trinity Institute of NDT Technology (A Unit of Trinity NDT) is an official corporate partner for the American Society for Nondestructive Testing, ASNT, USA. Recommended Eligibility, Qualification and experience requirements as per ASNT recommended practice, SNT-TC-1A – 2016 are given below.

Non-destructive testing courses are considered as the most valuable professional courses to improve individuals’ skill sets and preferred for steep career growth in Quality Control QA QC functions in manufacturing and processing industries. These courses are especially considered as short term professional courses for any Mechanical Engineers, Metallurgical Engineers, civil engineers, electrical engineering and other engineering professionals. Based on proficiency requirements, certification is offered for NDT Level I, Level I limited, NDT Level II and NDT Level III. In order to be eligible for each NDT level, the individual should meet the required eligible criteria.

Candidates for certification in Non-destructive testing NDT should have sufficient education, training and experience to ensure qualification in those NDT methods in which they are being considered for certification. Candidates with Diploma in Engineering or Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (mechanical engineering, metallurgy, civil or any engineering) or Bachelor’s degree in Maths, Science or Plus 2 / intermediate with Maths, science can be eligible for the courses. Depending on NDT Level chosen, method selected, Candidates with other educational qualifications also are eligible provided if they can meet the following recommended criteria.

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Eligibility Criteria for Ultrasonic Inspection UT Level I / II training Courses

Level I Level II
Training 40 Hrs 40 Hrs
Experience 210 Hrs 630 Hrs

Eligibility criteria for Magnetic Particle Inspection MT Level I / II training Courses

Level I Level II
Training 12 Hrs 08 Hrs
Experience 70 Hrs 210 Hrs

Eligibility criteria for Liquid Penetrant Inspection PT Level I / II training Courses

Level I Level II
Training 12 Hrs 08 Hrs
Experience 70 Hrs 210 Hrs
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Eligibility criteria for Radiography Testing RT Level I / II training Courses

Level I Level II
Training 40 Hrs 40 Hrs
Experience 210 Hrs 630 Hrs

Eligibility criteria for Eddy Current Testing ET Level I / II training Courses

Level I Level II
Training 40 Hrs 40 Hrs
Experience 210 Hrs 630 Hrs

Eligibility criteria for Visual Testing VT Level I / II training Courses

Eligibility criteria for Radiography Film Interpretation RFI Level II training certification Courses

Level I Level II
Training 08 Hrs 16 Hrs
Experience 70 Hrs 140 Hrs

Eligibility criteria for Ultrasonic Thickness Gauging (Digital) UTG Level I / II training Courses

Level II (Non Radiographers) Level II (with Radiography Level I Background)
Training 40 Hrs 24 Hrs
Experience 220 Hrs 220 Hrs
Level I Level II
Training -- --
Experience 08 Hrs 40 Hrs
 

Important Notes :

  1. A candidate may be qualified directly to Level 2 with no time as Level I, the training and experience requirements consists of the sum of the hours for Level I and II as specified above.
  2. While fulfilling total experience requirement, experience may be gained in more than one NDT method, however the minimum hours must be met for each method to be eligible for the courses.

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In addition, the candidate must meet the following other eligibility as per the written practice.


Near-Vision Acuity

Color Contrast Differentiation

The examination should ensure natural or corrected near-distance acuity in at least one eye such that the applicant is capable of reading a minimum of Jaeger Number 2 or equivalent type and size letter at the distance designated on the chart but not less than 12 inches (30.5 cm) on a standard Jaeger test chart. The ability to perceive an Ortho-Rater minimum of 8 or similar test pattern is also acceptable. This should be administered annually through out his/her certification duration.

The candidate must submit an Eye Fitness document in the format that can be downloaded from this website: Eye fitness Document/certificate

Also in case non availability such facility at your location, institute provides assistance for Eye fitness certification. For more details, contact Training Coordinator

Color Contrast Differentiation

The examination should demonstrate the capability of distinguishing and differentiating contrast among colors such as Ishihara Charts or shades of gray used in the method as determined by the employer. This should be conducted upon initial certification and at five-year intervals thereafter.

The candidate must submit an Eye Fitness document in the format that can be downloaded from this website for near vision and color vision tests: Eye fitness Document/certificate

Candidates meeting above requirements can Download the application form, completely fill up the form manually or electronically, print and send to the institute with requisite fee. To know Current schedules, Training venues and fee structure Email us.

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