Sources for NDT Certifications

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NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) certifications are essential for individuals looking to work in the field of non-destructive testing, where they inspect and evaluate materials, components, and structures without causing any damage to them. Several reputable organizations offer NDT certifications. Some of the well-known sources for NDT certifications include:

  1. American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT): ASNT is one of the most recognized organizations for NDT certifications worldwide. They offer various NDT certification programs, including Level I, Level II, and Level III certifications in different NDT methods like ultrasonic testing, radiography, magnetic particle testing, liquid penetrant testing, and more.

  1. The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT): BINDT is a leading professional engineering institute offering NDT certifications in the United Kingdom and internationally. They provide certifications in ultrasonic testing, radiographic testing, eddy current testing, and other NDT methods.

  1. The American Welding Society (AWS): AWS offers certifications in various welding-related fields, including Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) and Certified Radiographic Interpreter (CRI) that are relevant to NDT professionals working in welding inspection.

  1. The Canadian Institute for Non-destructive Evaluation (CINDE): CINDE is Canada’s leading NDT certification body, providing certifications in ultrasonic testing, magnetic particle testing, liquid penetrant testing, and other NDT methods.

  1. The European Federation for Non-Destructive Testing (EFNDT): EFNDT represents NDT societies from European countries and promotes NDT certification standards across Europe.

  1. The National Aerospace NDT Board (NANDTB): NANDTB offers NDT certifications specifically tailored to the aerospace industry.

Note: Different countries and industries may have specific requirements for NDT certifications, check with potential employers or regulatory bodies to determine which certifications are most relevant to your career goals.