Ultrasound Category I

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 […]

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.

Once you complete the training, you can take the exam with confidence, and become certified to ISO 18436-8 Category I via the internationally respected Mobius Institute Board of Certification™ [MIBoC]. The MIBoC certification is accredited to ISO/IEC 17024 – there is no higher standard. You will join thousands of other Mobius™ certified analysts around the world.

Who Should attend?

Learn to be a confident and effective ultrasound technician – capable of diagnosing faults, detecting costly steam and air leaks, and precision lubricating bearings – with advanced 3D animations and interactive simulations that make everything easy to understand.

Maintenance practices

Condition monitoring

Principles of sound

The application of ultrasound

Ultrasound measurement

Collecting test data

Data storage and management

Leak detection

Electrical testing

Lubrication

Testing different assets types

Report generation

Case studies

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