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UE Systems Level I, II & III Ultrasound Certification Training (5 day courses)

Airborne Ultrasound is a nondestructive test. The effectiveness of airborne ultrasonic tests depends upon the capabilities of the personnel who are responsible for, and perform inspections.

Certification is a written documentation of qualification. Certification is evidence that personnel performing airborne ultrasound possess knowledge and understanding of the test method and also gives the inspector the confidence needed to perform the inspection to the highest level of success.

In order to meet the requirements of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Written Practice, SNT-TC-1A, specific topics must be addressed in the classroom training. The recommended hours of instruction is 32 hours for Level I and 32 hours for Level II. Requirements for Level I, II, and III Certification In order to achieve an official certification, classroom training meeting the requirements of SNT-TC-1A must be completed along with successfully passing the General, Specific and Practical examinations with a score of 80% or better.

Documentation of education or experience must be maintained annually. Hearing acuity must meet the minimum requirement of one ear of less than 25 dBHL at 500 Hz to 4 kHz (with or without aid.) Hearing acuity examinations must be documented annually.

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The Level II Training is generally an advanced version of Level I.

This 32 hour course is designed to meet the intent of SNT-TC-1A. Students successfully completing this course are familiar with the scope and limitations of Airborne/Structure Borne Ultrasonic Inspection, are able to set up and calibrate equipment, interpret and evaluate results with respect to applicable codes, standards, and specifications, and organize and report inspection results. Course content consists of advanced theory, data collection, inspection techniques, and reporting. A General, Specific, and Practical test is given at the end of the course.

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