ASNT Releases Video Series, “This Is NDT: Technicians”
24 May 2023
(Columbus, OH) -The American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT), the world’s largest technical society for nondestructive testing (NDT) professionals, has released a five-video series that showcases the indispensable work of NDT technicians. Technicians featured in the series hold a pivotal responsibility in safeguarding the safety and dependability of numerous vital components that shape our everyday existence. From infrastructure and pipelines to aircraft and welds, even extending to the hardware employed in NASA's spacecraft, NDT technicians play a vital role in identifying and preempting potential faults and flaws.
The series spotlights the remarkable journeys of five NDT technicians: Carly Cramblit, Jesse Groom, Quinton LeJeune, Brent Moulton, and Pedro Serruto. Through their compelling personal narratives and valuable perspectives, viewers gain an intimate understanding of the significance of their work and the profound impact that NDT has on ensuring public safety. These individuals provide an authentic glimpse into the critical role played by NDT in upholding the integrity of various sectors.
"The development and dissemination of this video series play a crucial role in raising awareness about the NDT industry," says Garra Liming, Director of Marketing and Communication at ASNT. Toni Kervina, Director of Content at ASNT, added that the series “highlights NDT technicians from diverse backgrounds who collectively work towards the mission of ensuring public safety. Additionally, these videos serve as a valuable recommendation for individuals seeking an exciting and fulfilling career by showcasing the significance of this industry."
The “This Is NDT: Technicians” video series can be viewed and shared on the official ASNT YouTube channel. To learn more about NDT, including the different methods used for inspections and the types of careers and industries it serves, visit asnt.org.
ASNTis the association for nondestructive testing (NDT) professionals committed to making the world a safer place. NDT professionals detect irregularities, flaws, and defects in materials, components, and structures that could compromise an object's safety, reliability, or functionality. Established in 1941, ASNT supports members with certifications, professional development, industry insights, advocacy, events, publications, and networking opportunities and is focused on fostering the growth of future generations of NDT professionals through the ASNT Foundation. Serving more than 22 000 members and certificate holders worldwide, ASNT is the largest technical society for NDT professionals. ASNT is based in Columbus, Ohio, with offices in Houston, Texas, and Chennai, India.
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