Interpret or evaluate test results in accordance with applicable codes, standards, specifications, or procedures.
Interpret the results of all methods of non-destructive testing (NDT), such as acoustic emission, electromagnetic, leak, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, neutron radiographic, radiographic, thermal or infrared, ultrasonic, vibration analysis, and visual testing.
Examine structures or vehicles such as aircraft, trains, nuclear reactors, bridges, dams, and pipelines, using non-destructive testing techniques.
Select, calibrate, or operate equipment used in the non-destructive testing of products or materials.
Identify defects in solid materials, using ultrasonic testing techniques.
Level of Education Attained by Non-Destructive Testing Specialists
Most common level of education among people in this career: High school diploma or equivalent (40%)
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