As public safety and quality production become important issues among many employers, training in these fields may be beneficial to job seekers. Schools such as Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology offer nondestructive testing (NDT) and quality control programs that are designed to prepare students for careers in a number of industries.
NDT learners can develop the knowledge and skills that are required to perform sophisticated testing techniques, such as X-ray, liquid dye penetrant, magnetic particle and ultrasonic testing, that are required in many different industries. The NDT program offers students a short training time for an in-demand job.
The quality control training program allows NDT learners to earn an associate's degree. In this program, students can learn about manufacturing processes, metrology, statistics and total quality management. These learners can be able to develop, maintain and enforce quality control programs.
Quality control and NDT graduates can find employment in industries such as manufacturing, aviation, aerospace, construction and many others.
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