For the third consecutive year, students studying towards their PhD research projects at Imperial College London attended one of Lavender’s bespoke training courses designed to educate students about the theory and application of a variety of NDT techniques.
The two-week course gave an insight into conventional and advanced NDT methods; such as Eddy Current testing, Phased Array, ACFM and ToFD. At the end of the course, the students had an assignment whereby they had to determine which NDT methods would be most appropriate to finding surface and subsurface defects in metallic components and welds. The students also had to present their findings to Lavender employees explaining the advantages and disadvantages of each chosen NDT method.
“An all-round very insightful and great course. All the instructors were very friendly and knew what they were talking about. Being hands on was also very helpful to put everything into perspective.” – Feedback from one of the Imperial College London students who attended the course.
At Lavenders, we offer complete flexibility in the way we run our training courses, whether you need a one-day introduction to NDT workshop or bespoke training in-house, all of which can be designed and tailored to your business needs.
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Imperial College London is one of the world’s leading universities, aiming to achieve excellence in the fields of science, engineering, medicine and business. The university is renowned for its application of these skills to industry and enterprise. To find out more about Imperial College London, please visit their website.