COURSE OUTLINE LEVEL - I

  • Historical overview
  • Fundamental properties of matter
  • Radioactive materials
  • Types of radiation
  • Interaction of radiation with matter
  • Radiation detection
  • Exposure devices and radiation sources
  • Special radiographic sources and techniques
  • Principles of radiography
  • Radiographs
  • Radiographic image quality
  • Film handling, loading and processing
  • Exposure techniques-Radiography
  • Fluoroscopic techniques

TRAINING HOURS

  • CLASSIFICATION A - 60 Hours
  • CLASSIFICATION B - 60 Hours

COURSE OUTLINE LEVEL - II

  • Review of COURSE OUTLINE Level-I
  • Equipment/materials
  • Techniques and calibration
  • Manufacturing processes and associated discontinuities
  • Indications, discontinuities and defects
  • Interpretation and Evaluation
  • Darkroom facilities, techniques and processing
  • Radiological safety principles review
  • Radiographic viewing
  • Application techniques
  • Evaluation of castings
  • Evaluation of weldments
  • Standards, codes and procedures for radiography

TRAINING HOURS

  • CLASSIFICATION A - 80 Hours
  • CLASSIFICATION B - 80 Hours
  • Note:

  • Classification A - High school graduate or equivalent
  • Classification B - Engineering or Science study at a        University, College or Technical school