Aug 09, 2020  
PUBLISHED 2020-2021 Non-credit Catalog 
    
PUBLISHED 2020-2021 Non-credit Catalog

INSP 128 - Radiography Level I Laboratory


Course Description:
This practical Radiography Level I Laboratory (RT) is designed to complement the on-line theory training portion of the Radiography Inspection course.

0 credits

Prerequisite(s):
  • One of:
    • CODE 118
    • CODE 270
    • EXAM 109
  • One of:
    • INSP 119
    • INSP 133
    • INSP 220

Required Materials
Students must have successfully completed Grade 10 Math or equivalent.

If students cannot produce credentials to demonstrate math proficiency, they must write the Math 10-C exam at SAIT. To book this test, please contact the SAIT Testing Centre at testing@sait.ca.

At least three months field experience in Radiographic Inspection is recommended. For inquiries for CGSB certification, contact Natural Resources Canada. Learners must provide their own calculator with scientific functions which will be used throughout the course. Learners must supply their own safety boots for the lab component of this course. Textbooks are included in the course costs.

Upon successfully completing this 16-hour practical component, the learner will receive a confirmation letter of success that must be submitted to NRCan along with a confirmation letter from the on-line component of this course to be eligible to write the CGSB certification exam.

Contact ma.info@sait.ca or 403-284-8641 for more information.
Technical Requirements
Students must have successfully completed Grade 10 Math or equivalent.

If students cannot produce credentials to demonstrate math proficiency, they must write the Math 10-C exam at SAIT. To book this test, please contact the SAIT Testing Centre at testing@sait.ca.

At least three months field experience in Radiographic Inspection is recommended. For inquiries for CGSB certification, contact Natural Resources Canada. Learners must provide their own calculator with scientific functions which will be used throughout the course. Learners must supply their own safety boots for the lab component of this course. Textbooks are included in the course costs.

Upon successfully completing this 16-hour practical component, the learner will receive a confirmation letter of success that must be submitted to NRCan along with a confirmation letter from the on-line component of this course to be eligible to write the CGSB certification exam.

Contact ma.info@sait.ca or 403-284-8641 for more information.


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