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Nondestructive Testing Occupational Endorsement Certificate

The occupational endorsement (OEC) in Nondestructive Testing  provides foundational skills required for entry into the nondestructive testing industry (NDT). Students examine metallic components or weldments to locate and evaluate discontinuities by learning to apply liquid penetrant (PT), magnetic particle (MT), eddy current (ET), radiographic (RT) and ultrasonic (UT) test methods.
Student qualification in each NDT method is based on general, specific and practical examinations administered as prescribed in the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-1A.

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 NDTA total of 20 credits and two industry-recognized welding certifications is required for the Nondestructive Testing Technology OEC.