Why Train In Nondestructive Testing Technology/Quality Control Management?

In a world where public safety and quality products are essential, demand is growing for trained Nondestructive Testing Technicians. Spartan’s program prepares graduates to analyze, research, and investigate quality control metrics within many organizations ensuring the quality of a product or work being performed. 

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Ultrasonic test to detect imperfection or defect of steel plate in factory, NDT Inspection.

What is Nondestructive Testing Technology?

Nondestructive testing is the examination of an object or material without affecting its future usefulness. Nondestructive tests are performed to identify internal or external imperfections, determine structure, composition, and properties, or to measure geometric characteristics without affecting the form, fit, or function of the test subject. Nondestructive testers and quality control technicians are the scientists and detectives of the manufacturing world. Learn to use sophisticated diagnostic testing to solve mysteries in a non-invasive manner at Spartan College!

Increased Demand for Airline Technicians

According to the Boeing Pilot and Technician Outlook 2019-2038, 804,000 new civil aviation pilots and 769,000 new maintenance technicians will be needed to fly and maintain the world fleet over the next 20 years.*

*Boeing: Pilot and Technician Outlook, http://www.boeing.com/commercial/market/pilot-technician-outlook/

Hear From Our Graduates!

Kristin always knew that she wanted to be a part of making space travel safer. She started her journey at Spartan College in the Nondestructive Testing program, and now works at Space X.