Who should attend?
Engineers, inspectors, surveyor and radiographers who need to interpret radiographs but do not have a clear understanding of the concepts of radiography can benefit from this course.
If you are responsible for judging the quality of radiographs and identifying the defects revealed, the Radiographic Interpretation course is going to give you the knowledge necessary for practical interpretation of welds and castings.
Where can I take the face-to-face training?
The CSWIP Radiographic Interpretation (RI) course is available in several countries throughout the South East Asia region. You can attend the course in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
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What will I learn?
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Explain the basic theory of X - and gamma radiography
- Select film type and energy levels, select and prepare techniques for a given specimen
- State the theory of film processing and carry out practical dark-room work
- Have a working knowledge of basic radiation safety (see note in Additional Information)
- Plot and evaluate film characteristics (sensitometry)
- Recognise film faults
- Meet the syllabus requirements for CSWIP Level 2
What are the entry requirements?
There are no mandatory course entry requirements but The minimum duration for experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is 6 months.
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MBOT Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours earned