For anyone looking to hone their nondestructive testing skills or prospective technicians just entering into the NDT field, continuing education is a must.
Certainly, on-the-job training is invaluable and helps to strengthen the abilities of every technician, but to become a certified nondestructive testing technician-- at any level-- NDT courses are not only required, but are also a low-stakes opportunity to practice your nondestructive testing skills under the guidance of a seasoned professional in a controlled environment.
For aspiring NDT technicians, step one is to find yourself the right NDT school for high quality, hands-on NDT courses.
If you’re still in the market, look no further! Here’s a look inside our NDT courses at TXNDT.
When you step into one of our nondestructive testing courses you’ll find a variety of subjects being discussed.
When it comes to nondestructive testing in the real world, different assets and jobs will require different types of NDT testing. It is crucial that a certified NDT technician is sufficiently knowledgeable about any method of nondestructive testing that may be required at each job site.
Our trainers and supervisors are experts in their field with experience in a wide range of testing methods.
By checking out our course catalog, you can see that there are a number of different courses offered at any given time. Missed the course you were looking for? No need to worry-- we are constantly offering courses and working to fit your busy schedule.
When in doubt, contact us any time.
When it comes to NDT training, there are two primary investments, the first of which is time.
Just like any quality education, NDT training does take time. While the time commitment for NDT training isn’t excessive, our instructors take the time to ensure that each student under their supervision has ample training and experience before they are sent out in the field.
Time invested for NDT training looks a bit like this:
When it comes to planning out your days for NDT training, be sure to plan accordingly.
The second investment made during NDT training is a financial one. When budgeting for this investment in your future, keep this price guide in mind:
If you’re not receiving financial assistance from an employer, the cost of continuing education can seem daunting; however, if you ask any NDT technician, chances are they will tell you the financial investment is well worth it and the ROI is great for NDT courses.
Whether it is the green energy field, pharmaceutical industry, or infrastructure, opportunities abound in the nondestructive testing field for technicians with a variety of interests. If you’re an engineer looking for ways to develop your skills and broaden your horizons, NDT training is precisely what you’ve been looking for.
From introductory NDT courses to NDT level 3 certification, the expert instructors at TXNDT ensure that all prospective technicians are qualified and equipped to perform all job functions and remain educated on compliance needs and specifications.
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 check out our website for more information.