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400 II Tomography 40 630 1200 I Digital 40 210 400 II Radiography 40 630 1200 I 32 210 400 II Building 34 1260 1800 Diagnostics Thermal/ lnfrared Electrical and II Mechanical 34 1260 1800 II Materials Testing 34 1260 1800 I 40 210 400 II 40 630 1200 Ultrasonic Testing II Time of Flight 40 160 n/a Diffraction II Phased Array 80 160 n/a Vibration Analysis I 24 420 800 II 72 1680 2400 Visual Testing I 8 70 130 II 16 140 270 (Table 6.3. IA notes see next page) 4
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Table 6.3.1A Notes: 1.0 A person may be qualified directly to NDT Level II with no time as a certified NDT Level I, providing the recommended training and experience consists of the sum of the hours recommended for NDT Level I and Level II. 2.0 For NDT Level Ill certification, the experience should consist of the sum of the hours for NDT Level I and Level II, plus the additional time in 6.3.2 as applicable. The formal training should consist of the NDT Level I and Level II training, plus any additional formal training as defined in the employer's written practice. 3.0 Listed training hours may be adjusted as described in the employer's written practice depending on the candidate's actual education level, e.g. grammar school, college graduate in engineering, etc. 4.0 Training should be outlined in the employer's written practice. Magnetic Particle training hours may be counted toward Magnetic Flux Leakage training hours as defined in employer's written practice. 5.0 If an individual is currently certified in an ET technique and a full course format was used to meet the initial qualifications in that technique, the minimum training hours to qualify in another ET technique at the same NDT Level may be reduced up to 40 percent if so defined in the employer's written practice. If an individual is certified in an ET technique, the minimum experience to qualify for another ET technique at the same level or to the next level may be reduced by up to 50 percent if so defined in the employer's written practice. 6.0 While fulfilling total NDT experience requirement, experience may be gained in more than one ( 1) method, however, the minimum hours must be met for each method. 7.0 If an individual is currently certified in a Radiographic Testing technique and a full course format was used to meet the initial qualifications in that technique, the minimum additional training hours to qualify in another technique at the same level should be 24 hours (of which at least 16 hours should be equipment familiarization). The training outline should be as defined in the employer's written practice. If an individual is certified in a technique, the minimum additional experience required to qualify for another technique at the same level may be reduced by up to 50 percent, as defined in the employer's written practice. 8.0 Independent of the training recommended for Level I and Level II certification, a trainee is required to receive radiation safety training as required by the regulatory jurisdiction.
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