Ultrasound is incredibly powerful and versatile, so there is a lot to learn. The good news is you are in the right place. Our UCAT-I ISO Category I course will set you up for success.
We will help you understand why ultrasound analysis is important. You will gain a solid understanding of the fundamentals of ultrasound, lubrication, and leak detection. Ultrasound personnel certified to Category I will have a good understanding of the fundamentals of ultrasound. They are able to apply a specific ultrasound measurement technique, set up and operate ultrasound equipment for safe data collection, and verify the integrity of collected data. They are also able to perform basic fault detection, severity assessment, and diagnosis in accordance with established procedures. Additionally, they can maintain a database of results and trends, verify the sensitivity of measurement instruments, evaluate test results, and prevent or control factors that result in the acquisition of poor quality data.
Optional (Once you complete the workshop you will be eligible to take the two-hour, 60-question, multiple-choice UCAT I exam at the conference.)
To become certified, you will need to watch the online training videos provided, attend the 2-day training course during the conference, meet the required 6-month work experience verified by an independent individual, and pass the certification exam with a score of 70% or more. We will contact you shortly with more details. You can still attend this course without getting certified.
Having worked for over 20 years as a service provider, consultant, and trainer, Alejandro Jimenez is a high-energy speaker focused on getting the most out of every student when it comes to condition monitoring and reliability growth practices. Students in his courses connect strongly and effortlessly with the content and stay motivated as they progress through the topics. Alejandro also adds a lot of value to his courses, due to his extensive experience in condition monitoring and implementation of reliability programs in various industries, in multiple countries, with different cultural traits.
Alejandro is a Mechanical Engineer from the University of Costa Rica, his native country, and obtained a master’s degree in Reliability, Maintainability and Safety-Protection from the University of Las Palmas (Gran Canaria, Spain). He is also a Mobius Institute Authorized Instructor for the ARP, Ultrasound, and Vibration Analysis Certification Programs. Alejandro is an active member of the Certification Technical Committee of the Mobius Institute Certification Council for the Infrared Thermography certification scheme.