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If you are considering a new career in nondestructive testing, contact AINDT today. We are a personalized hybrid training school for nondestructive testing, that prides itself in top-notch education, a state-of-the-art facility, great relationships with top employers in the NDT industry, and more. AINDT is individualized—we take great strides to personally get to know each student--not only their learning style but their goals for a new career path. We are not a high-pressure sales company. We are passionate about what we do, and we do it well. You won't get an automated voicemail system. Our instructors are on hand to personally take your calls and answer all your questions. At AINDT, we want you to know our school, understand the career field of nondestructive testing, and make the right choice for you and your life. You will love your new career with NDT. Call us today to get started: (855) 313-0325 or visit us on the web at www.trainingndt.com

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Safety First

b2ap3_thumbnail_Mar01_InspirationalGraphic.jpgMost people don't realize what a crucial part non-destructive testing (NDT) plays in their everyday lives. The fact is, non-destructive testing touches just about every aspect of our modern world, whether we are aware of it or not. The ever-growing industry of non-destructive testing is one that not only has increasing demand, but a field that will never become obsolete. Non-destructive testing covers everything from the lug nuts on your vehicle, to bridge structure integrity, to oil and gas pipelines, railroads, to airlines and beyond. AINDT is the key to starting you on an exciting new career that will always be in high demand. Choose a career with built-in job security. Start your training with AINDT today.
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NDT CERTIFICATION AFTER YOUR MILITARY CAREER, A GUIDE

Press · December 11, 2015

Source: http://www.midgardscientific.com/article/ndt-certification-after-your-military-career/

"It is important that you have a guide to NDT Certification After Your Military Career. The Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force each have a career field dedicated to inspecting a variety of components. These inspections are performed in such a way as to not damage or alter the components. Regardless of whether we call this process Nondestructive Inspection (NDI), Nondestructive Testing (NDT), or Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE), the men and women who perform it are all in the same predicament when they leave the Service; they are no longer certified.

Why?

Well, to answer that, we must first be clear about what it means to be certified. A certification is an employer’s way of saying they have vetted your training, experience, and ability to pass some exams, and is willing to assume the risks that are inherent in your work. If you skip steps during an inspection and miss something, you can be held accountable, and so can your employer. Additionally, the certification process is owned by each employer. Just because your last employer certified you doesn’t mean your current employer requires the same level of knowledge and experience. Aside from organizations like The American Society For Nondestructive Testing (www.asnt.org), which offers impartial third-party certifications, every certification you will ever earn will be through an employer. If you are currently serving in the military, your Service is your employer. As a matter for debate, it may be that the military does not provide a guide for NDI / NDT Certification After Your Military Career, due to retention. NDT is lucrative as a civilian and there is no incentive for the DOD to shine a light on the green grass.

You can earn an ASNT Level II or Level III certification (and a few others) as soon you as you are qualified and are able to pass the exams. Your military experience will provide you with a qualifications boost that most non-military technician do not have toward certification. These certifications are good for 5 years. The qualifications follow those found in SNT-TC-1A, which is an ASNT recommended practice titled, Personnel Qualification and Certification in Nondestructive Testing."

Read the entire article here.

Nondestructive Testing Career Information
NDT, Quality Control, and Quality Assurance are vital to the daily function of countless companies and civic-minded organizations. NDT Examinations are necessary to ensure safety and reliability for companies, personnel, products, and the public. Pipelines, bridges, motor vehicles, buildings, aircraft, water craft, power stations, trains, pipelines, oil platforms, and refineries are all inspected using NDT testing methods.

For more information, or to talk to an AINDT instructor, please feel free to call 855-313-0325.

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What the American Institute of Nondestructive Testing is NOT

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The American Institute of Nondestructive Testing (Baxter, MN) wants to share who we are. We here at AINDT are different from other online schools. 

  • We are NOT a school that signs up 50,000 people for one course.
  • We are NOT a high pressure sales company.
  • We are NOT a detached mega corporation that offers 100+ courses.

What we are here at AINDT is a personalized hybrid learning school that prides itself in top notch education, state of the art facility, great relationships with top employers in the NDT industry and more. We take great strides to personally get to know each student - not only their learning style, but their goal with a new career path. 

If you are considering a new career in nondestructive testing, contact us today. You won’t get an automated voicemail system - you’ll talk directly to an instructor or to the CEO, Donald Booth. We want you to know our school, understand the career field of nondestructive testing and make the right choice for you and your life. Give us a call 855-313-0325, we look forward to answering all of your questions and getting to know you. 

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