Course Length: 16 hours
The OpenVision Method Training Course is an interactive educational program specifically designed to train NDT technicians how to safely perform real-time radiography utilizing the OpenVision HD and OpenVision DX real-time x-ray systems.
The OpenVision Method training course will be held at QSA Global, Inc.’s OpenVision Learning Center in La Porte, TX. The two-day course includes a combination of classroom instruction on the safe operation of the OpenVision and hands-on practical sessions.
During the practical sessions, students will first demonstrate the safe setup and deployment of the OpenVision. Next, the instructor will train students to perform CUI inspections on our extensive network of insulated piping comprising of a broad range of CUI samples with known defects. The course concludes with a written and practical exam. At course completion, you will have demonstrated proficiency in quickly scanning insulated piping systems and performing accurate image analysis of indications of corrosion under insulation (CUI) and corrosion precursors, including scaling, pitting, external wall loss, and wet insulation. Weld mapping and heat trace location will also be covered.
Companies that own an OpenVision system are encouraged to send it in with their students for a complimentary service and inspection by QSA Global, Inc.’s certified technicians. Systems will also be available to rent for the course duration if your OpenVision is not available at the time of the course.
Completion of a 40-hour radiation safety course.
This is an entry-level course for trained NDT radiographers who need to learn the OpenVision Method and how to use the OpenVision real-time x-ray system safely and effectively.
After taking the course, you will have a thorough understanding of the OpenVision Method and how to safely use the OpenVision real-time x-ray system to quickly scan insulated piping systems and perform accurate image analysis of indications of corrosion (CUI) and corrosion precursors, including scaling, pitting, external wall loss, and wet insulation.
Upon successfully completing the written and practical exams, students will receive a training certificate confirming their proficiency in the OpenVision Method.
A QSA Global, Inc. authorized OpenVision instructor and expert in industrial radiography, approved by QSA Global, Inc.'s Radiation Protection & General Safety Committee (RPGSC), provides the training for this course.
Companies that own a system are encouraged to send the unit in with their students for a complimentary service and inspection of the system by QSA’s certified technicians. Students will also use their OpenVision during the practical sessions to help them be proficient with their unique system, accessories, and the images they have collected.
The materials and equipment provided include:
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QSA Global, Inc. has a 24-hour cancellation policy. If you cancel your course with less than 24 hours’ notice, a 25% course fee will be applied.