Michael Kirby has dedicated his career to helping others learn in an efficient and effective manner.
About the course
Radiographic Testing (RT) is a nondestructive testing (NDT) method of inspecting materials for hidden flaws by using the ability of short wavelength electromagnetic radiation to penetrate various materials.
During the classroom training students will learn the requirements to become Qualified & Certified to successfully perform Radiographic Testing. The course curriculum covers basic fundamentals of Radiographic Testing such as, reviewing radioactive material, setting up testing equipment, exposure devices, and more.
Radiographic Testing I classroom training is designed for those students that wish to enter the NDT Industry as a RT Level I Technician. This class meets the classroom training requirements in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, & CP-189 and covers the body of knowledge outlined in CP-105.
Radiographic Testing Level I Classroom Training Outline
2.0 Fundamentals of Matter
3.0 Radioactive Materials (RAM)
4.0 Types of Radiation
5.0 Radiation and interaction with matter
6.0 Exposure Devices & Radiation Sources
7.0 RT Safety Review
8.0 Basic Principles of Radiography
10.0 Radiographic Image Quality
11.0 Film Handling, Loading, & Processing
12.0 Exposure Techniques
13.0 Fluoroscopic Techniques