The Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Level 3 training courses offered by Applied Technical Services were created using ASNT CP-105 as a model. These courses are designed to provide students, and ultimately their employers, with the necessary guidelines and documentation to appropriately qualify and certify their NDT technician workforce.
NDT Level 3 training is chiefly beneficial in terms of creating a written practice for adapting the ASNT Recommended Practice SNT-TC-1A, and to meet the unique challenges and requirements that particular businesses encounter. Some of the important topics covered in this document will include:
- A detailed and accurate description of the responsibilities of technicians who are at each level of certification.
- An overview of training, experience, and other requirements for each level.
NDT Level 3 Training
Throughout the course of their education, students will become better equipped to create the types of techniques and procedures necessary for accurate Non-Destructive Testing in a given environment. They will gain an advanced knowledge of codes, standards, and specifications; and will also deepen their understanding of materials, fabrication methods, product technology, and more.
Level 3 NDT technicians have a host of unique job opportunities waiting for them after certification. Some become consultants, while others become the owners of their own testing and inspection laboratories. Many find gainful employment in supervision, administration, or even management positions.
Applied Technical Services
ATS’ primary goal involves helping experienced technicians receive their NDT Level 3 certificate which is, and will remain, as one of the most widely respected and accepted certificates of its type worldwide. Not only does NDT Level 3 training allows people to further their own technical abilities; but it also allows them to responsibly train, qualify, and certify Level I and Level II technicians within a business or other organization.
To find out more information about NDT Level 3 training, please contact Applied Technical Services today.