Course Title:
Eddy Current Inspection of Ferritic Welds
Country:
Venue:

CountryVenueCourse FeeStart DateFurther Information
United KingdomAberdeen
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
01 September 2014
   
Fully Booked
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
15 September 2014
   
Fully Booked
United KingdomAberdeen
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
06 October 2014
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
01 December 2014
United KingdomAberdeen
on request
26 January 2015
   
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
16 February 2015
United KingdomAberdeen
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
13 April 2015
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
11 May 2015
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
15 June 2015
United KingdomMiddlesbrough
£ 1,675.00 + VAT
17 August 2015
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Suitable for:

NDT personnel, inspectors and technicians responsible for, or engaged in, in-service application of eddy current techniques, writing techniques and instructions for inspection of ferritic welds.

Course Content:

One or two weeks courses and supporting PCN Level 1 and 2 examinations for eddy current inspection of weldments.

Traditionally surface crack detection in ferritic steel welds with eddy current techniques has been difficult due to the change in material properties in the heat affected zone. These typically produce signals much larger than crack signals. Sophisticated probe design and construction, combined with modern electronic equipment, have largely overcome the traditional problems and now enable the advantages of eddy current techniques to be applied to in-service inspection of ferritic steel structures in the as-welded conditions. Specifically, the advantage of the technique is that under quantifiable conditions an inspection may now be carried out through corrosion protection systems. This means the costly removal and replacement of the protective coating is now not necessary.

When considering the use of eddy current techniques for coated welds there are a number of variables to assess prior to choosing specific pieces of equipment. These are as follows:
  • suitable eddy current probes/coils
  • material
  • coatings
  • weld geometry caused by the weld profile


The course ends with the certification examination.

Training in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9712.

Certification/Awarding Body:


Course Objectives:
  • To evaluate the variables defined above and define the limitations of examination
  • To write clear and concise inspection instructions and test reports
  • To meet the syllabus requirements of CSWIP/PCN Level 2

The course ends with the certification examination.

Additional Information:

Price listed to direct access Level 2 and includes examination and levy fees. For Level 1 or training options, please contact Customer Services.

Please note:
All candidates attending a PCN examination (initial, retest or renewal) must provide photo ID (e.g Driving licence number, Passport number, PCN ID Card) on the day of sitting the examination. Failure to do so will result in the candidate being turned away.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

No mandatory course entry requirements.

Training requirements:
The minimum required duration of training, which includes both theoretical and practical elements, is:
  • Level 1 - 40 hours
  • Level 2 - 40 hours (Direct Level 2 - 80 hours)

The training hours requirement is fulfilled when candidates attend one of TWI's training courses.

Certification requirements:
The minimum duration for experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is:
  • Level 1 - 3 months
  • Level 2 - 9 months (Direct Level 2 - 12 months)

Certification will not be issued until successful completion of the examination and the required experience is achieved.