Welcome to the Qualis NDT Training Academy

Fundamentals of Non-Destructive Testing

Conventional NDT Methods

Comprehensive courses are offered in the following conventional NDT methods:

-Ultrasonic Thickness Testing

-Magnetic Particle Testing 

-Liquid Penetrant Testing

-Eddy Current Testing 

-Visual Testing

-Basic Report Writing 

-Learning Isometric Drawing

Through the Qualis NDT Training Academy, students will be offered the ability to develop a strong understanding of basic theory and learn essential mathematics involved with the NDT methods. 

Students will gain practical experience through the testing and examination of plates with actual damage mechanisms. A general, specific, and practical examination will conclude the course.

Metallurgy 101

Learn the essentials of metallurgy as it applies to Non-Destructive Testing. Students at the Qualis NDT Training Academy will learn about:

-Metallurgical terminology 

-Material properties

-The manufacturing process of steels

-Damage mechanisms

-Failure and deformation of steel

-Preparing samples for metallurgical analysis 

Advanced Ultrasonic Testing

Advanced UT Training

At the Qualis NDT Training Academy, we offer some of the most in-depth and robust advanced UT training courses on the market. Our trainer has decades of applying, researching, and developing advanced UT methods. We offer the following courses:

-Shear Wave Ultrasonic Testing

-Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing 

-Time of Flight Diffraction

-High Temperature Hydrogen Attack

-Advanced Report Writing 

-Basics in AutoCad

The courses begin with a comprehensive look at the theory and physics behind the methods. Students will be expected to participate in open discussions and daily quizzes on the material covered. 

Mathematics essential to the advanced UT method will be taught throughout the entire course, allowing the students to develop an understanding at their own pace. It will be a requirement that at the end of the course, the students demonstrate a complete understanding of the mathematical material covered.

A great portion of the courses are dedicated to system setups, calibrations and an abundance of practical application, including scanning components with manufacturing and service related defects.  

At the end of every course, there is a general, specific and practical examination. Technicians who are taking advanced UT courses are also expected to develop a work procedure that must be deemed acceptable by the instructor.