Non-Destructive Testing (QA/QC)

Quality Assurance (QA) suggests as a set of procedures that ensure that product-undergoing development can fulfill the requirements of customer and clients whereas Quality Control (QC) is a set of methods that provide that a manufacturing product can meet the needs of the customer.

Non-Destructive Testing which is a group of analysis techniques which exists for testing, inspecting, evaluating materials, or assemblies for the difference in factors which cause any damage to the test material.

Course Objectives

The training in QA/QC will provide in-depth knowledge that is essential for welding and piping during regular visual welding inspection or piping inspection activities.

Role in the Industry

  • Keeping track of construction quality of buildings
  • The software helps in resolving issues before they pile up
  • Ensure compliance standards
  • Correct deficiencies with a construction project

Course Highlights

  • Review quality of materials with all project specifications
  • Radiographic testing
  • Magnetic particle testing
  • Ultrasonic testing
  • Liquid penetrant testing
  • Visual testing
  • Welding inspection devices


CADD Centre offers practical training in the Quality Assurance and Quality Control and where Non-Destructive Testing is an integral part of the training. The team of CADD Centre imparts quality training under the group of qualified engineers who have hands-on experience in Gas & Oil Production Industries.

Job Prospects

QA/QC course right now is the most demanding course within the industry. This course is rolling up some new opportunities. CADD Centre is conducting the curriculum for students so that they can get the maximum level of practical exposure so that they can work in any industry. Currently, approx. 200 professionals are serving the domain in India and abroad earning a fortune.


This program is suitable for fresh engineers who are willing to go towards the quality related profession and take future profiles such as fabrication engineer, welding engineer, inspection engineer, reliability engineer, and NDT engineer.

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