QA/QC Orientation Program
QA/QC Engineers have to do different activities such as Welding Inspection, Non-Destructive Testing and Coating Inspection. They require a specialization and valid certificate. Remaining sectors of quality control work are done by experienced engineers. Hence it will be ideal for a fresh engineer to have a basic understanding of construction projects and quality control work involved in project. This orientation course will be highly supportive to fresh engineers looking for entry into industrial construction.
A Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) is a formal written document describing welding procedures, which provides direction to the welder or welding operators for making sound and quality production welds as per the code requirements. The purpose of the document is to guide welders to the accepted procedures so that repeatable and trusted welding techniques are used. A WPS is developed for each material alloy and for each welding type used. Specific codes and/or engineering societies are often the driving force behind the development of a company’s WPS. A WPS is supported by a Procedure Qualification Record (PQR or WPQR).
This course is designed for anyone who wants an introduction to and a better understanding of Section IX Welding & Brazing Qualifications of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.
The Welding Short Term Technical Certificate recognizes the student who has completed a core group of welding courses. This collection of courses will provide the student with specialized knowledge and skills to be prepared for entry-level employment in a variety of industries that utilize welding. Welding is a fabrication process used to join materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, together. During welding, the pieces to be joined (the work pieces) are melted at the joining interface and usually a filler material is added to form a pool of molten material (the weld pool) that solidifies to become a strong joint.
ASNT & QA/QC Course Structure
|1||Liquid Penetrate Testing||16 Hours||
ASNT- SNT- TC- 1A
|ASNT||Above 10th class (Preferably 10th, ITI, Inter (Physics), Diploma, B.Sc (Physics), B.Tech and M.Tech).|
|2||Magnetic Particle Testing||20 Hours||ASNT|
|3||Radiography Testing||80 Hours||ASNT|
|4||Ultrasonic Testing||80 Hours||ASNT|
|5||Visual Testing||20 Hours||ASNT|
|6||RTFI Level II||20 Hours||ASNT|
|7||WPS /PQR & WQT||10 Hours||Future NDT|
|8||ASME –Section IX||6 Hours||Future NDT|
|9||Basic Welding Technology||6 Hours||Future NDT|