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Australian Institute of NDT - AINDT

The Australian Institute for Non Destructive Testing was formed in 1973 from an incorporated body, the Non Destructive Testing Association of Australia which was established in 1967.

Since this time it has grown with Branches in Western Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, and has a membership in excess of 650.

AINDT aims to provide members, industry and the community with an independent and professional level of service in relation to the science and practice of non?destructive testing.

Objectives

  • Promote the discipline of non destructive testing as a profession
  • Advance the practices and benefits of non destructive testing on national and international levels.
  • Facilitate the exchange of information between members industry and the community.
  • Provide services for the certification of non destructive testing personnel.
  • Facilitate and promote non destructive testing research and development and the application of non destructive testing technology.
  • Provide non destructive testing literature and educational materials.
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