6 years ago I came to the petroleum industry. I found an interest in drilling tools. I want to continue my education in learning correct up to date codes, specifications, and more importantly go through the correct certification process for inspect and repair of these tools. I want to build a marketable resume and perhaps in the future start my own inspection business. I have already put myself though MPI and UT courses; however these have only qualified me in understanding theory and how to implement each method towards what field you are involved in. I am looking for any information on getting to the top so I can inspect and repair API certified threads and tools with the correct credentials. Any Information would be great to help me in this effort.
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