ASNT… Creating a Safer World! ™
NDT professionals are part of one of the most exciting industries, working in aerospace, extreme construction, offshore drilling, manufacturing, even motorsports and theme parks. A career for the high-technology age, NDT offers opportunity, security, satisfaction, and challenge. This is a field that opens the door to variety of career directions from positions as technicians, engineers, and researchers to managers, educators, trainers, and business owners.
An NDT Assistant’s main focus is to learn all aspects of inspection services from a technician. They perform equipment set-up and calibrations and make evaluations.Read More
An NDT Inspector/Technician performs nondestructive inspection of material, parts, components, and/or pressurized systems; interprets data from tests; maintains equipment; and supervises NDI activities.Read More
An NDT Manager develops, implements, and maintains programs, methods, and procedures to ensure that NDT examinations meet quality standards.Read More
An NDT Instructor provides quality instructions to students in NDT programs.Read More
An NDT consultant is a subject matter expert, providing services to clients.Read More