Eligibility Criteria You Must Meet Before Enrolling for an NDT Course

By: Publisher Team | Oct 06, 2020 13:05 PM
Eligibility Criteria You Must Meet Before Enrolling for an NDT Course

As the demand for NDT engineers continues to rise, it’s no surprise to see more and more graduates opting for Non-destructive testing (NDT) training. With this training, the road to becoming an NDT engineer is half traveled as it prepares students beforehand and helps them gain hands-on experience and skill sets.

If you endeavor to become an NDT engineer for a fulfilling career with six figures income and career stability, here is the eligibility criterion you must meet for NDT courses:

Educational Qualifications

A candidate willing to undergo NDT training must meet one of the following eligibility criteria:

● He/she must be graduated with a degree in engineering or science from a minimum four-year college or university curriculum.

● He/she must be an undergraduate with 3 or 4 years of diploma in any field of engineering.

● He/she must have finished a minimum two full academic years of engineering with passing grades or a physical science study at any university, technical school or college. Those with 1 year of experience in NDT testing in an assignment equivalent to Level II in the applicable test method, as mentioned in the American Society for Nondestructive Testing’s (ASNT) Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-1A can also apply.

● He/she must have completed High School/Higher Secondary School with passing grades as well as those who have completed Industrial Training with 3 years of experience in an assignment equivalent to Level II in the applicable test method, as specified in ASNT’s Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-1A.

Near Vision Acuity

Students appearing for Non-destructive testing (NDT) training must have corrected near-distance acuity in both or at least one eye so that they are able to read a minimum of Jaeger Number 2 or similar type of size letter from a distance specified on the chart but not less than 305 mm designated on a standard Jaeger test chart. Those with the ability to recognize an Ortho-Rater minimum of 8 or matching test pattern can also undergo NDT courses.

Color Contrast Differentiation

The candidates planning to undergo Non-destructive testing (NDT) training for radiographic film interpretation or radiographic testing and penetrate testing must be capable of differentiating and distinguishing contrast among shades of gray and colors respectively.

Note: Color Contrast Differentiation and Near Vision Acuity tests certificate can be acquired from ophthalmologist/optometrist, physician, RN, employer’s NDT level III with the help of the form Vision Requirements.

In a nutshell

If you plan to embark on the journey to become an NDT engineer or technician, it’s important that you meet the eligibility criteria for NDT courses and obtain Non-Destructive Testing Certification from a reputable training center.

Author’s bio: The author is a blogger and this article is about Non-Destructive Testing training eligibility.

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