Malaysia is hosting the ISO 9712 Radiographic Testing – Digital (RT-D) Level 2 training course under the internationally recognized Malaysian Certification Scheme (SKM) for NDT by the Department of Skills Development (JPK), currently taking place at the esteemed Malaysian Nuclear Agency (Nuklear Malaysia), from 15th to 26th May 2023.
This remarkable opportunity has attracted participants from various countries, including Bangladesh, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Viet Nam. The course aims to enhance participants’ skills and knowledge in RT-D, enabling them to become future RT-D trainers in their respective countries once certified.
Malaysia’s role as the host of this training course showcases its leadership in RT-D education and certification in South East Asia. Furthermore, as the sole provider in the region offering both training and ISO 9712 certification in RT-D, Malaysia sets a precedent for other countries to follow suit and promote professional excellence in radiographic testing.
The Malaysian Nuclear Agency, renowned for its expertise and commitment to nuclear technology and safety, provides the ideal venue for this exceptional training initiative. By facilitating the program, Malaysia is actively paving the way for enhanced regional radiographic testing practices and fostering knowledge transfer in the ever-evolving field of RT-D.
This significant event demonstrates Malaysia’s dedication to promoting professional development and establishing itself as a hub for NDT expertise. As the training course progresses, participants from different nations collaborate, exchange ideas, and acquire new skills, further strengthening international cooperation and fostering a sense of camaraderie within the RT-D community.
The success of this training course further solidifies Malaysia’s position as a leader in NDT and radiographic testing in the region. As the participants continue their journey toward certification, the nation eagerly anticipates the positive impact they will have on the field, not only in their respective countries but also on a regional scale.
Kudos to Malaysia for its unwavering commitment to professional excellence and advancing radiographic testing practices. This remarkable initiative at the Malaysian Nuclear Agency sets the stage for future advancements in RT-D and highlights the nation’s dedication to fostering expertise in this critical field.