It’s no secret that life in the modern era moves at a rapid pace. Food is fast, shipping takes no time at all, and attention spans have been reduced to just a few seconds at a time.
That being said, time is a more precious resource than ever. No one wants to waste their valuable time unless there is a significant return on investment. For the technician considering nondestructive testing certification, the fear of lengthy training may be a deterrent to receiving training.
In today’s article we answer the FAQ: How long does NDT technician training take? Here’s what you need to know.
Nondestructive testing is an exciting and innovative field that serves a variety of industries, from railways, to green energy, to infrastructure.
Nondestructive testing technicians learn and perform the best methods of inspection on sensitive assets that don’t damage components.
NDT certification can look different depending on the level of certification you seek:
In accordance with the different levels of certification, the time commitment for nondestructive testing courses can also vary depending on what courses are being taken.
The time commitment for a course can take anywhere from 40 hours over 5 days to 16 hours over two days.
Our current course offerings are as follows:
Periodically, course offerings change or special courses are offered. To find out more about NDT courses offered email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At any level, technicians can rest assured that they are receiving a valuable return on investment from time spent with the experienced professionals at TXNDT.
Technicians are offered training in a variety of NDT methods such as
Check out the 2020 Course Catalog for more details on course offerings from our NDT school!
If you or your staff are looking for ways to expand your skills and broaden your career opportunities through nondestructive testing courses, give us a call today at 281-231-0001 or visit our website for more information.