At ASNT, we are dedicated to setting and maintaining the highest standards for the qualification and certification of nondestructive testing (NDT) personnel. Our standards and recommended practices serve as pillars of excellence, guiding the NDT community towards unparalleled expertise and professionalism.
Our standards and recommended practices are meticulously developed by ASNT committees, comprised of top NDT experts and industry professionals. These standards define the qualifications and certifications required for NDT personnel, ensuring they meet the demands of industries and governments worldwide. They also play a crucial role in elevating the professionalism, reliability, and safety of NDT personnel and the industries they serve. By adhering to these guidelines, NDT professionals can ensure that their work meets the highest standards, benefiting both their careers and the organizations they work for.
Outlines the essential knowledge for training and certifying NDT personnel responsible for performing, specifying, reviewing, supervising, and evaluating NDT work.
Will be replaced by the ANSI/ASNT CP-9712 (ISO 9712:2021):2023 standard soon.
Provides a US standard that integrates ISO 9712 in accordance with ISO Guide 21 and provides certification requirements for personnel certifying in the ET, MT, PT, RT, UT, and VT test methods.
Built upon SNT-TC-1A, this offers comprehensive minimum criteria for personnel certification, including requirements for NDT instructors and employer certification of Level I, II, and III personnel. Recommended to use alongside ANSI/ASNT CP-105.
Provides the US with an American National Standard that incorporates the provisions of ISO 9712:2021, ensuring consistency and compatibility in NDT personnel certification standards at the international and national levels.
Establishes requirements for in-line inspection personnel working with inspection technologies, operations, regulatory requirements, and industry standards for pipeline systems. The employer-based standard includes qualification and certification for Levels I, II, and III.
Guidelines to create in-house NDT certification programs, outlining educational, experience, and training requirements for various methods. Recommended to use alongside ANSI/ASNT CP-105.