I.      Introduction
      A.  Terms and Definitions
      B.  Applications
      C.  Overview of Visual Testing Applications
II.     Fundamentals
      A.  Vision
      B.  Lighting
      C.  Material Attributes
      D.  Environmental Factors
      E.  Visual Perception
      F.  Direct  and Indirect Methods
III.    Equipment
      A.  Mirrors and Magnifiers
      B.  Remote Visual Aids
      C.  Light Sources
      D.  Gauges
      E.  Other Systems
IV.    Visual Testing
V.     Inspection and Evaluation of Indications
     A.  General
     B.  Factors Affecting Indications
     C.  Indications from Porosity
     D.  Indications from Cracks
     E.  Indications from Specific Material Forms
VI.   Codes, Specifications and Standards
VII.  Calibrations
I.      Introduction
     A.  Terms and Definitions
     B.  Applications
     C.  Overview of Visual Testing
Applications
II.    Fundamentals
     A.  Vision
     B.  Lighting
     C.  Material Attributes
     D.  Environmental Factors
     E.  Visual Perception
     F.  Direct and Indirect Methods
III.   Environmental and Physiological Effects
IV.   Principles and Theory
     A.  Optics
V.    Equipment
     A.  Mirrors and Magnifiers
     B.  Remote Visual Aids
     C.  Light Sources
     D.  Gauges
     E.  Other Systems
VI.   Visual Testing
VII.  Inspection and Evaluation of Indications
     A.  General
     B.  Factors Affecting Indications
     C.  Indications from Porosity
     D.  Indications from Cracks
     E.  Indications from Specific Material Forms
VIII.  Codes, Specifications and Standards
IX.    Calibrations
X.     Recording and Documentation​ 

Visual Inspection Level I

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Visual Inspection Syllabus

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