Since 1978, Moraine Valley has met the needs of its students and Midwest businesses by providing training and recertification classes in nondestructive testing. The Nondestructive Testing Program consists of courses in the testing methods used in industry to examine an object, structure, material or system without impairing or destroying it.

The median annual wage for engineering technicians was $67,700 in May 2012. Employment of engineering technicians is projected to grow one percent from 2012 to 2022.

Each workshop attendee receives a Moraine Valley Community College certificate of attendance and the appropriate adult education credit. Individuals who successfully complete ND8-112 Radiation Safety will be prepared to take the radiographer trainee test administered by the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA). Individuals who successfully complete the NDT courses will have fulfilled the training requirements for certification as defined by SNT-TC-1A and ANSI/ASNT-CP-189.

A few short courses could lead you into an exciting apprenticeship where you could be evaluating the structural soundness of bridges, nuclear facilities or rollercoasters, or determining the soundness of an airplane, or a rocket to the moon.

Let the training come to you! Our regularly scheduled courses can be customized to your business needs and delivered in your workplace.

The Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity offers employer training investment grants to companies in our community. Public classes or customized training for your employees are available.

Enroll today and you can learn Eddy Current, Industrial Radiography, Liquid Penetrant Level I/II, Magnetic Particle Level I/II, Radiation Safety or Ultrasonics Level I/II.

For more information, contact us at 708-974-5735 or ccce@morainevalley.edu.