Explore Spartan College’s Nondestructive Testing Technology (NDT) diploma and Quality Control Management (QC) Associate of Applied Science degree programs.
Nondestructive testing uses sophisticated technology to examine an object or material in a manner that does not compromise its future usefulness. 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.
Spartan’s quality control management AAS degree program in Tulsa, includes NDT testing certification. Our students can complete the NDT program in as few as 10 months, then continue and complete their degree training in quality control management in an additional 5 months.
Train in quality control management and nondestructive testing methods, where you learn to examine whether all products or parts being examined are constructed or repaired in accordance with approved procedures and specifications. NDT testing methods, as quality assurance management tools, can be used to help with cost reduction, accident prevention, and improvement of product reliability, all of which are key critical areas of importance to any company.
Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Technology Training and Procedures
Our nondestructive testing technology courses are designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to perform specialized testing techniques that are required in industries including automotive, construction, flight, and manufacturing.
Some of the various NDT testing methods used by an NDT quality control technician are:
Eddy Current Testing
Liquid Dye Penetrant
Magnetic Particle Testing
NDT and quality control measures are critical to the daily functions of many companies. These tests and analytical procedures are necessary to ensure safety and reliability for a company, its people, and its products. Motor vehicles, aircraft, bridges, power stations, trains, pipelines and oil platforms and refineries are all inspected using Nondestructive testing methods.
NDT and Quality Control methods are used in a variety of industries including:
- Amusements Parks
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