Radiography Levels 1 & 2

Radiography Level 1

Prerequisite: Registrants must satisfy all prerequisites that pertain to this training course.

Training objectives: This course provides the basic knowledge of industrial radiography to enable the graduate to conduct radiographic inspection to established procedures under the supervision of Level 2 or Level 3 personnel. The course includes hands-on experience in the use of x-ray radiography and darkroom techniques.

Applicable standards: This course meets the training syllabus requirements of CAN/CGSB-48.9712, ISO 9712 and SNT-TC-1A.

Definition of Level 1 Personnel (as per CGSB): Level 1 personnel are defined as personnel who will carry out industrial radiography under the supervision of Level 2 or Level 3 personnel and will not be responsible for the radiographic method or technique to be used, nor for the assessment of radiographs.

Radiography Level 2

Prerequisite: Registrants must have successfully completed a Level 1 Radiography course in accordance with CGSB or SNT-TC-1A, and satisfy the math prerequisite.

Training objectives: This course provides the advanced knowledge required of the Level 2 industrial radiographer, including technique development, film interpretation, general codes, standards & specifications, and federal and provincial regulations pertaining to x- and gamma-radiography.

Applicable standards: This course meets the training syllabus requirements of CAN/CGSB-48.9712, ISO 9712 and SNT-TC-1A.

Definition of Level 2 Personnel (as per CGSB): Level 2 personnel are defined as personnel qualified in radiation safety who will perform and/or direct industrial radiography according to established or recognized procedures and shall be responsible for the radiographic method or technique to be used and for the assessment of radiographs.

This course is offered in partnership with Canadian Institute for Non-Destructive Evaluation (CINDE).

Visit the CINDE website to register.