List of Courses

Overview:

Basics of Penetrant Testing, Penetrant Group, Penetrant Removal, Techniques,Types of Developer, Pre-cleaning Methods, Inspection Procedures, Sensitivity & Resolution, Equipment and Accessories, Types of Discontinuities. Selection of Techniques, Codes, Procedures, &Acceptable Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Interpretation of Indications, Preservation of Indications, Evaluation of Test , Materials.

Who Should Attend:

All NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians engaged in, or responsible for, inspection of castings, forgings or fabricated items during manufacture or in-service in different product sectors.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
PT Level I / II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs)

 

 

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4 days
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822
Overview:

Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) is a fundamental part of an organization's risk management strategy.

The new ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) promotes a safe and healthy working environment to:

  • Reduce occupational health and safety risk
  • Prevent work-related incidents
  • Improve legislative compliance
Who Should Attend:

This course is useful for all those who are planning to implement ISO 45001:2018, or transition from OHSAS 18001:2007 to ISO 45001. It will help personnel at all levels and can be an essential course for Senior Management, Managers and Line Managers who are assigned the responsibility for its implementation.

Pre requisites:

ISO 45001 is be the new international standard for an OHSMS. While it is similar to the previously popular standard, OHSAS 18001, the new ISO 45001 standard adopts the Annex SL top-level framework of all new and revised ISO management system standards.

Course Benefits:

  1. An understanding of the new structure of the standard
  2. A basic knowledge of Health & Safety Issues
  3. An appreciation of Risk Analysis process
  4. Detailed review and interpretation of the main requirements of ISO 45001:2018

Training Methodology:
The course uses a mixture of taught sessions, interactive group discussions and exercises, to achieve its aims. 

Course Modules :

  1.  Introduction to the 10-clause structure
  2. Introduction to ISO 45001:2018
  3. Detailed review of the requirements
  4. Interpretations of clauses
  5. Documentation for implementation.
  6. Comparison between OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 45001:2018
  7. Exercises and quizzes
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1 day
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862
Overview:

Review of Level I, Study of test Variables, ImmersionTechniques, Principles of DAC Method, Codes, Procedure & Acceptance Standards, Evaluation of TestEquipment, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Weld Testing as per ASME Sec V, Hands-on practice on UT Equipment with lot of defective samples.

 

Who Should Attend:

All personnel including testers, inspectors, engineers and surveyors who require a thorough and comprehensive introduction to ultrasonic testing of welded joints.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
UT Level II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

 

Date:
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Duration:
10 days
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829
Overview:

Properties of Sound Waves, Generation of Ultrasound, Interaction of ultrasound with matter & boundaries, Types of Probes, Test Methods, Test Equipment, Instrumentation, Test Variables, Inspection Procedures, Types of Discontinuities, Hands-on practice on UT Equipment with lot of defective samples.

 

Who Should Attend:

All personnel including testers, inspectors, engineers and surveyors who require a thorough and comprehensive introduction to ultrasonic testing of welded joints.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

 

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
UT Level I

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

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6 days
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834
Overview:

Basics of Magnetism, Magnetization Techniques, Inspection Mediums,Inspection Techniques, Indication Classifications, Test Equipments &Accessories. Demagnetization, Types of Discontinuities & indications. Selection of Techniques, Codes, Procedures &Acceptance Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities,Interpretation of Indications, Preservation of Indications, Current calculations, Evaluation of Test Equipment.

Who Should Attend:

All NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians engaged in, or responsible for, inspection of castings, forgings or fabricated items during manufacture or in-service in different product sectors.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
MT Level I / II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs

 

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4 days
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800
Overview:

Basic principles of Eddy currents & electro magnetism, Flux Leakage Theory, Depth and Current Density, Physical Properties of Metals, Instrumentation, Type of Coils, Application of ECT, Tube Testing, ASME Section V Requirements, Interpretation of signals, Impedance Plane diagrams and so on.

 

Who Should Attend:

Ideally suited for inspection engineers, technicians, NDT operators or surveyors who require a knowledge of Eddy Current Testing techniques, an understanding of likely problem areas and an appreciation of inspection methodology.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
ET Level II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

Date:
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Duration:
10 days
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858
Overview:

Basic principles of Eddy currents & electro magnetism, Flux Leakage Theory, Depth and Current Density, Physical Properties of Metals, Instrumentation, Type of Coils, Application of ECT, Tube Testing, ASME Section V Requirements, Interpretation of signals, Impedance Plane diagrams and so on.

Who Should Attend:

Ideally suited for inspection engineers, technicians, NDT operators or surveyors who require a knowledge of Eddy Current Testing techniques, an understanding of likely problem areas and an appreciation of inspection methodology.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

 

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
            ET Level I a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science
b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

 

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Duration:
6 days
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859
Overview:

Lighting Fundamentals, Material Attributes, Environment & Physiological Factor, Visual Perception. ASME Sec V Requirements, Making report, Use of test equipments, Inspection of weldments, Forgings, etc. Hands on Training, Procedural Evaluation. 

Who Should Attend:

Ideally suited for inspection engineers, technicians, NDT operators or surveyors who require a knowledge of visual inspection techniques, an understanding of likely problem areas and an appreciation of inspection methodology.

 

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
VT Level I / II                 

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)

 


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs)

 

Date:
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Duration:
4 days
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854
Overview:

Basics of Penetrant Testing, Penetrant Group, Penetrant Removal, Techniques,Types of Developer, Pre-cleaning Methods, Inspection Procedures, Sensitivity & Resolution, Equipment and Accessories, Types of Discontinuities. Selection of Techniques, Codes, Procedures, &Acceptable Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Interpretation of Indications, Preservation of Indications, Evaluation of Test , Materials.

Who Should Attend:

All NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians engaged in, or responsible for, inspection of castings, forgings or fabricated items during manufacture or in-service in different product sectors.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
PT Level I / II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs)

 

 

Date:
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Duration:
4 days
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823
Overview:

Basics of Radiography , Techniqes, Codes, Procedures & Acceptance Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Interpretation of Radiographs, Evaluation, ASTM E94, E142, Report writing, Radiography of Casting & Welding by X – ray & Gamma ray using films,

Interpretation of Radiographs, Sensitivity, Density & SFD Calculations, etc.

Who Should Attend:

NDT personnel, Engineers, Surveyors, Inspectors, Quality personnel, Supervisors and Technicians. Ideally suited for personnel involved in Manufacturing and In-Service Inspection of Casting, Welding, Forging, Tubes and Pipes and Wrought Products.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
 RT Level II a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science
b) High school graduate or equivalent
Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)
Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

Date:
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Duration:
10 days
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843
Overview:

The course includes review of radiography, techniques, codes,procedures & acceptance standards etc. backed up by extensive interpretation practicals covering IQI sensitivity, contrast, definition, density, artifacts & Evaluation. 

Who Should Attend:

NDT personnel, Engineers, Surveyors, Inspectors, Quality personnel, Supervisors and Technicians. Ideally suited for personnel involved in Manufacturing and In-Service Inspection of Casting, Welding, Forging, Tubes and Pipes and Wrought Products.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
RT Level II (Interpretation)

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months                      (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months                  (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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848
Overview:

Basics of Magnetism, Magnetization Techniques, Inspection Mediums,Inspection Techniques, Indication Classifications, Test Equipments &Accessories. Demagnetization, Types of Discontinuities & indications. Selection of Techniques, Codes, Procedures &Acceptance Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities,Interpretation of Indications, Preservation of Indications, Current calculations, Evaluation of Test Equipment.

Who Should Attend:

All NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians engaged in, or responsible for, inspection of castings, forgings or fabricated items during manufacture or in-service in different product sectors.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
MT Level I / II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs

 

Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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801
Overview:

Basics of Penetrant Testing, Penetrant Group, Penetrant Removal, Techniques,Types of Developer, Pre-cleaning Methods, Inspection Procedures, Sensitivity & Resolution, Equipment and Accessories, Types of Discontinuities. Selection of Techniques, Codes, Procedures, &Acceptable Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Interpretation of Indications, Preservation of Indications, Evaluation of Test , Materials.

Who Should Attend:

All NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians engaged in, or responsible for, inspection of castings, forgings or fabricated items during manufacture or in-service in different product sectors.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
PT Level I / II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs)

 

 

Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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824
Overview:

Properties of Sound Waves, Generation of Ultrasound, Interaction of ultrasound with matter & boundaries, Types of Probes, Test Methods, Test Equipment, Instrumentation, Test Variables, Inspection Procedures, Types of Discontinuities, Hands-on practice on UT Equipment with lot of defective samples.

 

Who Should Attend:

All personnel including testers, inspectors, engineers and surveyors who require a thorough and comprehensive introduction to ultrasonic testing of welded joints.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

 

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
UT Level I

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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835
Overview:

Review of Level I, Study of test Variables, ImmersionTechniques, Principles of DAC Method, Codes, Procedure & Acceptance Standards, Evaluation of TestEquipment, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Weld Testing as per ASME Sec V, Hands-on practice on UT Equipment with lot of defective samples.

 

Who Should Attend:

All personnel including testers, inspectors, engineers and surveyors who require a thorough and comprehensive introduction to ultrasonic testing of welded joints.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
UT Level II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

 

Date:
To
Duration:
10 days
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830
Overview:

Basics of Magnetism, Magnetization Techniques, Inspection Mediums,Inspection Techniques, Indication Classifications, Test Equipments &Accessories. Demagnetization, Types of Discontinuities & indications. Selection of Techniques, Codes, Procedures &Acceptance Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities,Interpretation of Indications, Preservation of Indications, Current calculations, Evaluation of Test Equipment.

Who Should Attend:

All NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians engaged in, or responsible for, inspection of castings, forgings or fabricated items during manufacture or in-service in different product sectors.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
MT Level I / II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs

 

Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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802
Overview:

Basics of Penetrant Testing, Penetrant Group, Penetrant Removal, Techniques,Types of Developer, Pre-cleaning Methods, Inspection Procedures, Sensitivity & Resolution, Equipment and Accessories, Types of Discontinuities. Selection of Techniques, Codes, Procedures, &Acceptable Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Interpretation of Indications, Preservation of Indications, Evaluation of Test , Materials.

Who Should Attend:

All NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians engaged in, or responsible for, inspection of castings, forgings or fabricated items during manufacture or in-service in different product sectors.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
PT Level I / II

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 1 month (70 / 130 hrs)


Level II Minimum 4 months (210 / 400 hrs)

 

 

Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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825
Overview:

Basics of Radiography , Techniqes, Codes, Procedures & Acceptance Standards, Manufacturing Processes & Discontinuities, Interpretation of Radiographs, Evaluation, ASTM E94, E142, Report writing, Radiography of Casting & Welding by X – ray & Gamma ray using films,

Interpretation of Radiographs, Sensitivity, Density & SFD Calculations, etc.

Who Should Attend:

NDT personnel, Engineers, Surveyors, Inspectors, Quality personnel, Supervisors and Technicians. Ideally suited for personnel involved in Manufacturing and In-Service Inspection of Casting, Welding, Forging, Tubes and Pipes and Wrought Products.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
 RT Level II a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science
b) High school graduate or equivalent
Level I Minimum 3 months (210 / 400 hrs)
Level II Minimum 12 months (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

Date:
To
Duration:
10 days
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844
Overview:

The course includes review of radiography, techniques, codes,procedures & acceptance standards etc. backed up by extensive interpretation practicals covering IQI sensitivity, contrast, definition, density, artifacts & Evaluation. 

Who Should Attend:

NDT personnel, Engineers, Surveyors, Inspectors, Quality personnel, Supervisors and Technicians. Ideally suited for personnel involved in Manufacturing and In-Service Inspection of Casting, Welding, Forging, Tubes and Pipes and Wrought Products.

Pre requisites:

The training courses are based on the Employer Written Practice (In line with SNT-TC-1A).

METHOD EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN METHOD 
RT Level II (Interpretation)

a) Degree/Diploma in Engineering/Degree in Science


b) High school graduate or equivalent

Level I Minimum 3 months                      (210 / 400 hrs)


Level II Minimum 12 months                  (630 / 1200 hrs)

 

Date:
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Duration:
6 days
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849
Overview:

Equipments used in NDE, Requirements of Calibration for equipments used in various NDE methods, Code Requirements, Calibration System - Maintaining Records, etc

Who Should Attend:

Ideally suited for Inspection Engineers, NDE Personnel, NDE Service Agencies, Third Party Inspectors.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
Duration:
1 day
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861