NDT and why you should consider switching

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Re: NDT and why you should consider switching

#26 Post by herevancouver » Thu Jul 02, 2015 9:54 pm

Any thoughts with over 7,200 inspectors now?

Hows the demand? Thanks
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Re: NDT and why you should consider switching

#27 Post by Matthewroach » Fri Oct 23, 2015 7:47 pm

I'm interested and a bit excited in starting a career in NDT but at the same time I'm a bit confused. I have no on to to direct me in the steps I should take so I gather info for myself online. I purchased a module from the CWB for level 1 welding inspector, now I understand that I don't need to take that course. I was advised to take NDT courses instead, I made a few calls about taking NDT courses and they said that my 1st course would be Materials and Process. I would like more information on how I should go about this career please.
I understand that companies employ and train you to become qualified NDT, what would I need to be considered? I have lots of questions
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