Nondestructive Testing (NDT) is a type of quality control inspection that does not damage the part being tested. NDT Inspectors use technology to look through steel, concrete and other materials to identify and diagnose flaws without disrupting the integrity of the structure.
NDT Inspectors are employed in some of the most exciting and rewarding industries in the world including:
- Steel & Foundry
- Utility & Power Services
- Wind Turbine Technician (#1 fastest growing career in America)
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If the idea of working in a high–tech career appeals to you, and if you’re looking for a career where your efforts make a real difference, training in Nondestructive Testing could be an excellent career path for you.
NDT Inspectors may have the option to live and work locally, live locally and travel, or relocate. There are opportunities to work both nationally and internationally.
Not Physically Demanding
While there’s no doubt NDT inspection requires technical knowledge and practical skills, inspecting is typically not a physically demanding occupation. And, if you’re a mid–life career changer looking to break into a rewarding, hands–on career, training as an NDT Inspector could be an excellent opportunity for you.
Comprehensive Inspection Career Training
As a graduate of the NDT program you will be prepared to perform Nondestructive Testing using NDT methods such as Visual Testing (VT), Magnetic Particle (MT), Dye Penetrant (PT), Ultrasonics (UT), Eddy Current (ET) and Radiographic Testing (RT).
Is a Career in Nondestructive Testing Right for You? Find Out Today!
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