PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS NONDP-NA Non Destructive Testing

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
AVIA-1801Materials and Processes
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This 40hr General Materials and Process course will provide students with the basics of the materials and processes subject. Topics will include: Nature and properties of materials, metals and metallurgy of ferrous and nonferrous metals, the methods and processes used in the manufacturing and manipulation of metals such as the casting process, mill working, forging, fusion bonding, powder metallurgy, welding and heat treating. The course will also cover the types of discontinuities/defects possibly created by the processes used to manufacture an item and or by the service of the manufactured item.

NDIN-1000Liquid Penetrant Inspection
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Liquid Penetrant is a method used to detect cracks extending to the surface of various objects. 


CGSB Certification Option
  1. Introduction to CGSB, EMR, Exam Applications and Certification
  2. Brief outline of other Non Destructive Inspection methods
  3. Materials and Processing; types of castings and procedures, millwork and forging, welding, service and repair, discontinuity and defects, discontinuity classifications
  4. Basic steps and procedures of penetrant inspection
  5. Types of different penetrants and their sequence
  6. Safety and system controls
  7. Practical experience
  8. Test and evaluation
This course is intended to meet the training requirements for Levels I and II CGSB Standard 48.9712-2006 for certification of NDT personnel – LP method.


Non-CGSB Certification Option
  1. Exam Applications and Certification
  2. Brief outline of other Non Destructive Inspection methods
  3. Materials and Processing; types of castings and procedures, millwork and forging, welding, service and repair, discontinuity and defects, discontinuity classifications
  4. Basic steps and procedures of penetrant inspection
  5. Types of different penetrants and their sequence
  6. Safety and system controls
  7. Practical experience
  8. Test and evaluation
Please note:  There is no pre-requisite course required for the Non-CGSB Certification Option.


Prerequisites:
NDIN-1001LPI Practical Workshop
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This 40 hr. Practical workshop will focus on carrying out Liquid penetrant inspections on an assortment of parts relevant to the NDT industry. As per CGSB Rules of Implementation for CAN/CGSB-48.9712 this 40 hr. Practical workshop will be equal to 200 hrs. of practical experience towards CGSB certification (please see http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/mining-materials/non-destructive-testing/8586 for more information).

Technicians will be carrying out numerous inspections to various standards used in the industry such as ASME, CSA, ASNT as well as part specific techniques used in the aviation industry. They will be provided instruction in code/standard/technique interpretation as well as defect identification and assessment to the appropriate document. They will be required to complete reports for all items inspected.

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NDIN-1002LPI Customized Training
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Liquid Penetrant is a method used to detect cracks extending to the surface of various objects.  

1. Exam Applications and Certification
2. Brief outline of other Non Destructive inspection methods
3. Materials and Processing: types of castings and procedures, millwork and forging, welding, service and repair, discontinuity and defects, discontinuity classifications
4. Basic steps and procedures of penetrant inspection
5. Types of different penetrants and their sequence
6. Safety and system controls
7. Practical experience
8. Test and evaluation

NDIN-1010Magnetic Particle Inspection
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Magnetic Particle Inspection is a method used to detect cracks and defects extending to or near the surface of various objects.

  1. Introductions to the roles of CGSB, EMR, Exam Applications, Certification
  2. Brief outline of other Non Destructive Inspection methods
  3. Materials and processing; types of castings and procedures, millwork and forging, welding, service and repair, discontinuity and defects, discontinuity classifications
  4. Magnesium and magnetic materials; orientation of fields, terminology
  5. Types of equipment; types of magnetic fields produced
  6. Demagnatization
  7. Equipment tests and standards
  8. Practical experience
  9. Test and evaluation
This course is intended to meet the training requirements for Levels I and II CGSB Standard 48.9712-2006 for certification of NDT personnel - MT method.

Prerequisites:
NDIN-1011MPI Practical Workshop
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This 40 hr. Practical workshop will focus on carrying out Magnetic Particle Inspection on an assortment of parts relevant to the NDT industry. As per CGSB Rules of Implementation for CAN/CGSB-48.9712 this 40 hr. Practical workshop will be equal to 200 hrs. of practical experience towards CGSB certification (please see http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/mining-materials/non-destructive-testing/8586 for more information).

Technicians will be carrying out numerous inspections to various standards used in the industry such as ASME, CSA, ASNT as well as part specific techniques used in the aviation industry. They will be provided instruction in code/standard/technique interpretation as well as defect identification and assessment to the appropriate document. They will be required to complete reports for all items inspected.

Prerequisites:
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