How do I get an NDT certification?
In Canada, all NDT technicians must obtain certification from a Recognized Training Organization (RTO). RTOs in Alberta include the Canadian Institute for Non-destructive Evaluation, IDL Inspection Ltd., Keyano College, Metalogic Inspection Services Inc., Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Quality Control Council of Canada and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. The Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) National Non-Destructive Testing Certification Body (NDTCB), is in charge of the program that certifies all NDT technicians. The NRCan NDTCB requires NDT technicians to be certified in each NDT method they wish to employ. To become certified in a particular NDT method, NDT trainees must complete extensive training, testing and practical work experience. After completing their work experience, the NDT trainee must pass the NRCan practical exam in order to be certified.