Radiographic Testing (RT) Class: Level I
What will I learn
Radiographic Testing employs X-rays or gamma rays to scrutinize the internal structure of manufactured components, meticulously identifying flaws and defects. As a nondestructive testing (NDT) method, RT offers invaluable insights into material integrity. Divided into two levels, RT Level I and RT Level II, each course spans 40 hours and is accessible for 120 days. Extensions are available upon request at no additional cost.
Atlas RT Level I Online Training Course:
The Radiographic Testing (RT) Level I course serves as a foundational exploration of radiation theory and its application in radiography basics. Ideal for aspiring radiographic testing practitioners, this course acts as the first stepping stone. It also caters to professionals seeking a fundamental understanding of Industrial Radiography. Exceeding the instructional outline and criteria specified in ASNT Recommended Practice SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and ASNT Standard Topical Outlines for Qualification of Nondestructive Testing Personnel (ANSI/ASNT CP-105), this 40-hour course encompasses topics such as radiographic testing introduction, radiation types, sources and safety, radiographic principles, equipment, radiographic film, and film processing.
Atlas RT Level II Online Training Course:
Building upon the RT Level I foundation, the Radiography Testing Level II course amplifies the duties and responsibilities of the RT practitioner. It imparts crucial radiography testing principles and skills requisite for aspirants aiming to evolve into Level II radiography technicians. This course is a mandatory progression for individuals who have completed RT Level I and aspire to elevate their certification level. This 40-hour course surpasses the instructional outline and criteria specified in ASNT Recommended Practice SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and ASNT Standard Topical Outlines for Qualification of Nondestructive Testing Personnel (ANSI/ASNT CP-105).
Atlas Online Radiographic Testing Certification:
The Atlas online Radiographic Testing training courses fulfill the classroom prerequisite within the multi-stage certification process. Our online ASNT Radiographic Testing Classes align meticulously with the "Body of Knowledge" and "General Test" recommendations outlined in SNT-TC-1A. Upon completing all training materials and exams satisfactorily, participants will receive a training certificate. Opting for Atlas' NDT classroom training online offers unparalleled convenience and cost-effectiveness, enabling you to attain the required training hours seamlessly.
About this institute
Institute Name : Atlas Training
Language : English
Charge : Paid
Location : Howe St. Groves, TX
Mode : Online
In 2014, after amassing 65 years of combined engineering expertise in the petrochemical and power sectors, Hannon McLeod and Oran Lewis recognized the pivotal need for a more accessible pathway to industry training, certifications, and advanced education. This revelation birthed Atlas API Training LLC, a pioneering endeavor that aimed to transform industry norms.
Atlas embarked on an innovative journey, effectively abolishing the arduous and costly tradition of physically attending courses by introducing a user-friendly online format. This approach revolutionized the training landscape, preserving valuable time and resources for industry professionals.
In the past two years alone, Atlas has garnered substantial demand for expanded offerings of advanced API certifications. Responding to this industry clamor, Atlas is diligently crafting additional specialized training courses tailored to specific sectors, all poised for imminent release.
At Atlas API Training, our foundation rests upon quality, value, and convenience. Our online courses are meticulously curated to furnish API students with optimal preparation for their certification exams. Our paramount objective is to furnish this opportunity in the most seamless and user-friendly manner. We maintain a proactive approach, regularly updating our courses to incorporate the latest industry-specific changes and evolving testing parameters.