We are proud to offer a WEB BASED TRAINING (WBT) solution in partnership with PhaseX.
|UT-010(Web) On-Line Refresher UT Method
|PA-010(Web) On-Line Refresher Phased Array Technique
This alternative Web Based Training (WBT) Program is a cost savings approach which will provide a conduit to bring more PAUT and UT inspectors into industry. The University of Ultrasonics WBT program meets the requirements of ASNT’s CP-105 syllabus and includes high quality videos, animations, and guided exercises to help inspectors along. We feel our web-based approach is the best in our industry and delivers a high quality of understanding of Phased Array theory, its uses, and applications when followed.
The U of UT is a huge advocate of Instructor led training for Phased Array but we feel that a blended approach can offer individuals a viable alternative which doesn’t jeopardize the overall quality of the learning experience. Many employers written practices do not allow for more than ½ of the training hours for a discipline to be online or home-study for very good reasons. The WBT program was developed to make sure that individuals complete the training with a thorough understanding of the concepts and equipment to be used in the everyday world. Our web based training program is designed to cover half of the 80 hour training requirement for PAUT in SNT-TC-1A and CP-189 and the full 40 for UT Level I. Completion of our web based training will provide an intensive 40 hours of instruction which will meet the prerequisite to attend our PA-102 or UT-102 training classes. The remaining half of the required training hours is taken on-site at one of our 3 U of UT training centers across the US.
The U of UT Web Based Training Program offers the customer a substantial cost savings by limiting out of town travel expenses while keeping your inspection personnel billable during the training period. We have estimated potential cost savings over about $5,000 per employee for companies that choose this option if you take into account the lost productivity of the employee. From a pure out of pocket cost standpoint, there are potential cost savings of approximately $1,300 per employee.