Applications for certified exams can be made from the following;
Australian Institute for Non-Destructive Testing AINDT.
The Australian Institute for Non-destructive Testing is the peak industry body for services in relation to the science and practice of non-destructive testing and condition monitoring.
AINDT has come a long way since it was first founded in 1963 by a committed group of individuals who received support and backing from several prominent organisations.
Today it stands as one of the leading technical societies in Australia with over 1000 members.
We pride ourselves on offering our members the latest information on what is happening in the world of NDT “Non-destructive Testing” and CM “Condition Monitoring” both in Australia and overseas. Our goal is to promote the disciplins of NDT and CM as a profession and support our members with current news via our website, e-newsletter and the journal; “Industrial Eye”. As a result, our publications are an invaluable tool for members wanting to keep up to date with industry standards, certification criteria, employment opportunities, and associated national and international events.
Certification Board for Inspecting Personnel (NZ) CBIP.
The Certification Board For Inspection Personnel (CBIP), established in the early 1980’s, is responsible for providing certification for inspection personnel following competency assessment.
CBIP, an independent, non-profit making Incorporated Society, operates as a Worksafe New Zealand recognised Qualification Issuing Agency in accordance with Health and Safety in Employment, Pressure Equipment, Cranes and Passenger Ropeways (PECPR) Regulations 1999.
CBIP certified inspectors perform equipment inspection and non-destructive testing covering a wide range of industrial processing plant and equipment.
CBIP also provides certification of inspection personnel to other industrial sectors not covered by PECPR.