Ultrasound Inspection Courses – 2018/2019

For all maintenance professionals looking to get a Level I / CAT I certification training in Ultrasound inspection, UE Systems will be holding a series of courses during 2018 & 2019, in different locations and languages.

Ultrasound Inspection Courses – 2018/2019

These courses are in accordance with the ISO 18436-8 and meet the requirements of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice, SNT-TC-1A.

The continuous popularity of Ultrasound and the demand for education in the technology led UE Systems’ to scheduling more sessions for the next year.

In Europe there are more than 25 planned courses for 2018 & 2019, in the following languages: English, German, French, Polish & Spanish check the complete agenda . This will include two advanced Level II courses, one in the United Kingdom and another one in the Netherlands.

In the USA & Canada there are over 20 courses planned just for the rest of 2018, including one Level II session. Check here the complete agenda for the United States & Canada.

UE Systems has been the internationally recognized leader in the development of airborne and structure borne ultrasound detection equipment since 1973. Besides its range of Ultraprobe® devices (ultrasonic inspection instruments), UE Systems also provides world-class training solutions.

Besides the CAT I / Level I courses, UE Systems provides on-site trainings on how to use Ultrasound technology for maintenance & reliability. These can be either introduction, implementation or application specific courses. More recently, UE Systems started to deliver online courses on Electrical Inspection , Compressed Air Leak Survey , Steam Trap Inspection and Mechanical Inspection & Lubrication.
To find out more visit www.uesystems.eu/training

Courses | 21.6.2018

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