Quality & Inspection Technician Certificate I - Engineering Technology

Start your career in Quality & Inspection. Learn essential skills for advanced manufacturing. Join us at TCC.

About the Program

  • Introduces students to Quality and Non-Destructive testing fields.
  • Teaches students safe and efficient operations in advanced manufacturing.
  • Covers the fundamentals of quality and inspection systems.
  • Provides entry-level skills in non-destructive testing, including:
    • Eddy Current
    • Ultrasonic Evaluation
    • Magnetic Particle
    • Dye Penetrant
    • Magnaflux methods

Program Details

Discover the Quality & Inspection Technician Certificate I in Engineering Technology. Gain expertise in non-destructive testing and quality systems. Develop your career in advanced manufacturing with TCC.

After successfully completing this program, you will have the ability to:

  • Use proper safety procedures in an industrial environment.
  • Demonstrate professional work behavior.
  • Apply knowledge of quality technology systems in an industrial setting.
  • Read and interpret complex blueprints.
  • Conduct effective inspections of manufactured parts including visual, eddy current, ultrasonic, magnetic particle, dye penetrant, and magnaflux inspections.

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