Eddy Current Testing Level 1 & 2

  • 80 Hours Classroom training following ASNT standard Outline for Qualification of Nondestructive Testing Personnel. SNT-TC-1A recommended practice

  • Courses are offered online and can be studied and reviewed at the student’s convenience and/or pace whenever most convenient to the student (evenings/lunch/weekends/etc.)

  • Lessons are setup in individual chapters and subchapters to help in the learning process making it easier to stop when convenient and review or proceed at the student’s speed

Course Includes:
Digital Content
Written Text
Real world examples
Online textbook included with course
Course Outline:
Introduction History & Basic Principals of Electromagnetic Testing
Electromagnetic Techniques and Magnetic Flux Leakage
Electromagnetic Theory I-III
Electromagnetic Instrumentation, Sensing Elements
Magnetic Flux Sensing Elements
Conductivity Coil Impedance and Coupling
AC Field Measurement and Remote Testing
Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing and Application
Interpretation of Indications
Eddy Current Test Systems, Analysis, Frequency Selection
Eddy Current Testing Applications, and Capabilities
Surface Inspection Level 1 and Level 2
Hole and Coil Fasteners Inspection
Secondary Layer, Material and Coating Thickness,
Automated Systems, and Semi Automatic, Conductivity
Trouble Shooting Guide, Scanning Techniques,
Reference Standards and Calibration
Definition and Terms
Testing Includes:
Exams –
Written General, Level I and Level II
Written Specific, Level I and Level II
Course Learning Outcomes:
Level I
Explain the history and principles of Electromagnetic Testing
Explain the difference between qualification and certification for an NDT Level II inspector
Describe the principles of Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL)
Explain the techniques leveraging MFL to conduct an eddy current inspection
Explain the concepts behind electromagnetic theory
Explain the concepts behind magnetic flux leakage theory
List the types of instruments used in electromagnetic testing and Describe how they function
List the types of coils used to sense discontinuities and Explain how they function
Describe how conductivity affects an electromagnetic inspection with different materials and techniques
Explain the theory behind Alternating Current Field Measurement Testing and the effects it has on Electromagnetic Testing
Explain the theory behind Remote Field Testing
Calibrate an Electromagnetic Testing system by using a reference standard as a baseline
Describe the process behind conducting an MFL test
List several objects that are tested using MFL as well as some emergent industries that utilize electromagnetic testing
Interpret indications on a digital display
Level II
Discuss the effect of conductivity and impedance on a given test object to be inspected
Select an appropriate frequency to use based on a variety of factors in an inspection
List several industries that rely on the application of electromagnetic testing
Demonstrate an inspection on a variety of test objects
Conduct an ET inspection on multiple test objects of varying materials and geometries
Calibrate an ET system by using a reference standard to set a benchmark used in an inspection
Calibrate an ET system to use a low frequency probe for sub-surface inspections
Interpret indications found on a test object through multiple layers of material
Demonstrate how to measure the thickness of a non-conductive coating
Describe a scenario where automatic and semi-automatic testing systems would be used
Troubleshoot an ET system and Recognize incorrect readings
Demonstrate how to scan around different components on a test object
Determine reference standard and calibration requirements by Analyzing a technical manual
Identify, Interpret and Evaluate indications on a test object
Conduct an ET inspection
Price $3,600.00

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