About Non-Destructive Testing Checks
A Non-Destructive Testing Check, or NDT Check, verifies that you have completed non-destructive testing (NDT) training from a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and lists the results you have attained.
Other verifiable training from the nominated training provider may be captured during the completion of this check.
Once you’ve completed your NDT Check with Cited, we’ll automatically send you renewal notifications, helping you ensure your credentials stay up to date.
What’s Included in an NDT Check with Cited?
Cited’s Non-Destructive Testing Check includes a 100-point Identity Check, which gives your employer added assurance that your identity has been confirmed.
Simply provide evidence of your non-destructive testing (NDT) training and Cited will verify its validity.
If you have not completed a 100-point identity check with us before, you will need to complete this process by providing identity documents and a ‘selfie’.
Tips: Preferred identity documents include an Australian or International Passport and Australian Driver Licence.
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* All turnaround times are estimated working times for Australian checks and are provided as a guide only. Turnaround times are based on our experience of the time taken for the majority of these checks to be delivered. However, Cited is reliant on third parties for supply of information, and in some cases those third parties may take longer to supply that information. Accordingly, Cited does not give any time guarantees for any checks or packages. It is Cited’s policy and practice to keep you informed as much as possible if there are any unusual delays.