Various international regulations concerning personnel’s qualification in Non-Destructive Testing (END) defines the necessary requirements in terms of initial and ongoing training in order to receive certification in compliance with each one of the regulations. These courses also include content which has been established by recommended practice SNT-TC-1A.
The great results in the Certification exams of our students as well as the evaluations which they give our courses vouch for the quality of the training atSCI.
Furthermore, we offer ongoing advice following the end of the courses right up until the students sit the Certification exams.
The practical activities are carried out in an individual fashion with each student, making individual working equipment available to them and under the constant supervision of the teacher.
TRAINING CENTER APPROVED BY CERTIAEND
SCI, as a Training Centre which has been approved by the certification institution CERTIAEND, gives courses at Levels 1, 2 and 3, in compliance with UNE-EN ISO 9712, concerning the main methods of non-destructive surface testing (Penetrating Fluids, Magnetic Particles, and Visual Inspection) and volumetric surface testing (Industrial Radiography and Ultrasounds).
The facilities, classrooms, and testing laboratories which SCI has as a testing company are extremely well equipped for all main testing methods and techniques, as well as having a wide collection of practice samples, both in terms of welding as well as materials with instructions which are similar to those required in the certification exams.
All of our trainers have good teaching skills, and are qualified as Levels 2 and 3 in regulations of recognised standing (UNE-EN ISO 9712, ASNT, SNT-TC-1A, UNE-EN 4179, etc.), and they have wide-ranging and up-to-date expertise, as well as a depth of experience, since they habitually carrying out technical inspection jobs as well as non-destructive testing (END).
Ask us about any other non-destructive testing training necessity which is based on the regulations of the sector, whether that may be aeronautical regulations, railway regulations, etc.