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Radiography- Level 2 (80 hrs- Hamilton 22 October - 2 November 2018)

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Bureau Veritas NZ Limited

87 Higgins Rd

Hamilton, Waikato 3204

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Radiographic Testing is a method of non-destructive testing where many types of manufactured components can be examined to verify the internal structure and integrity of the specimen. Radiography can be performed utilizing either X-rays or gamma rays. X and gamma rays have the shortest wavelength and this property leads to the ability to penetrate, travel through, and exit various materials such as carbon steel and other metals. This method consists of a sensitive radiographic film being placed under a specific component like a weld or casting. The Component is then exposed to the Radiation. This radiation will pass through the component and expose the film beneath it, leading to what is known as the latent image on the film. This image will then become a permanent image by chemical processing in the darkroom. Discontinuities such as cracks or lack of fusion within the component can affect the exposure of the film and will be visible in the image.

An individual certified to Radiographic Testing Level 2 can perform the test according to the procedure, and if authorised by the employer qualified to select the test technique for the test method to be used, define the limitations of application of the testing method, interpret NDT codes, standards, specifications and procedures into NDT instructions adapted to the actual working conditions, set up and verify equipment settings, perform and supervise tests, interpret and evaluate results according to applicable standards, codes, specifications or procedures, prepare radiographic testing written instructions, carry out and supervise all tasks at or below level 2, provide guidance for personnel at or below level 2, and report the results of radiography test.

Note: All personnel wishing to get certified in Radiography Testing, shall have a valid radiation license.

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Are there pre requisite knowledge to enter the event?

High School equivalent - Maths, English Language, Good written and verbal Literacy and Numeracy skills at a New Zealand / Australian secondary school level.

Materials technology knowledge on discontinuity formation in welds, castings and forgings and the NDT methods used to detect these discontinuities. The probable location and shape of discontinuities should be understood with a background knowledge of the various manufacturing processes.

What do I need to bring into the event?

Please bring a scientific calculator, something to take notes, such as pen, paper or tablet and your radiation monitoring device (such as Instadose, TLD or Film badge,)

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact Bureau Veritas with any enquiries

Elly Molavy

Direct Tel: +64 (0) 9 526 6149

E: administration@nz.bureauveritas.com

http://www.bureauveritas.co.nz

What's the refund policy?

Please note that the execution of this course is subject to minimum numbers, registered parties will be notified if a course will not run due to lack of interest. Please note in the event that an event is cancelled, registration fee, less a booking fee will be refundable. Note: Bureau Veritas is not liable for incurred travel expenses or exam costs. It is recommended that participants check a course will run prior to booking exams / flights / accommodation.

How do I book an exam?

Please go to the CBIP website and follow instructions to book an exam.

Please note: Exam Cost is NOT included in the Total Price.

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87 Higgins Rd

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