Early NDT training in Dubai was typically provided by local ASNT sections or community colleges in partnership with a local college or technical school. In this model, short courses were often held without recommended course outlines and with little or no textbooks to supplement the course. In addition, instructors were typically ASNT members from the area, and few or no hands-on lab sessions were included. While these short courses were useful in introducing the subject, they lacked a standard approach to the entire training process.
ASNT Level III certification:
An ASNT Level III certification can help you earn a high-paying job in the nondestructive testing industry. The certificate must indicate how many hours you’ve completed, the course subject, the instructor’s name, and the publication date. It also should list your role in committee projects, including any agreement with the Monitor. As a result, you should have no trouble obtaining one. In addition, the new certificate will last five years.
ACCP(r) Level II certification:
ACCP(r) Level II is a certificate program, not a degree program. This means that it does not require students to obtain a bachelor’s degree. However, applicants with a high school diploma must have completed a minimum of 16 credits to qualify for ACCP certification. Those with an associate’s degree must have completed five courses at the undergraduate/ postsecondary level before they can apply. The coursework required for ACCP certification includes four 3-credit courses and one 4-credit course.
TWI’s online program:
Non-destructive testing (NDT) is a key industry skill. It is essential for quality control, but it is also an important tool for safety and health. Fortunately, NDT skills are transferable and in demand in virtually every industry. TWI’s NDT training courses are based on decades of experience and knowledge. They offer both bespoke courses and standard theory. Find out what you need to know to get started on your career path as an NDT professional.
Small independent industrial schools:
The entire process of NDT training can be completed through various training options. Small independent industrial schools are generally locally operated and designed to meet the growing demand for NDT personnel. These schools offer short- and long-term programs and are often accredited by the Society of Testing and Materials.