FAQ

What is NDT?

The Nondestructive Testing profession involves close examination of building materials, specialized tools and methods in order to ensure the materials' quality and safety. 

In this field, inspectors and technicians must be certified according to the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) standards in order to be qualified to perform NDT inspections. 

How do I find a job?

We, at NDE work hard to present our students with opportunities. While *we cannot guarantee anyone a job, we do our best to open as many doors as we can. Use the links below and feel free to get in touch with us to get hired!

www.inspectionjobs.com    ·    ​www.NDT.org    ·    ​​https://www.asnt.org/MinorSiteSections/Jobs/Help-Wanted.aspx

www.cinde.ca/jobs.phtml​    ·    ​www.indeed.com    ·    www.pqndt.com    ·    ​​www.ndtcentral.com

www.NDTcareers.com​    ·    ​www.truecareers.com​    ·    ​www.simplyhired.com

Where will I work?

There are a multitude of avenues in the nondestructive industry. Jobs are offered in shipbuilding, aerospace, railroad, petrochemical, construction, nuclear, and manufacturing. Each of these industries generally falls into different regions throughout the US and income levels reflect those figures. 

What's the average salary I should expect as a level 1 inspector?

The typical salary for a level 1 NDT Inspector can vary from $47,000-$65,000 (~20 an hour).

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