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Technical Meeting Speaker
Any person interested in speaking at one of our monthly meetings on a subject that advances knowledge, educates, or presents new insight into common NDT problems should contact any officer or director.
If your E-mail address has changed, please E-mail the changes to the Section Secretary email@example.com to update the section roster and database. You can also update your email and member data on the Section web page at: http://www.asntpnws.org/memberfi.htmlMeeting Questionaire Contributions from the membership have made this site what it was intended to be, a forum for the local ASNT membership. Please continue to contribute. Your comments are welcome.
Jeff Siegel of Acoustic Eye joined the 2014 class of Fellows in Charleston, SC Emery E. Roberts of Mistras received the 2014 Charles N. Sherlock Meritorious Service Award in Charleston Flynn Spears of LaserNDT was elected as Director at Large for 2015 and joined Dave Hall as members of the National Board Dave Hall of L & W Research joined other Pacific Northwest ASNT Fellows at the ASNT Fall Conference in Orlando, FL Oct. 29 through Nov. 1, 2012. Dave joins Bill Meade, Emery E. Roberts, Jim Pellicer, Flynn Spears, Steve LaRiviere, John DeBoo, Dr. Richard Bossi and 19 others. Give Dave an atta'boy when you see him. Chris Black received the 2013 Mentor award at the ASNT Las Vegas conference Dave Hall was voted a Director at Large for ASNT in 2013
Dr. Richard Bossi received the Research Council Award for Sustained Excellence for 2013.
LEVEL III CERTIFICATES
Certificates are available at each meeting to document your meeting attendance for Level III renewal points. See an officer for details
The second line of the hard copy address label on Materials Evaluation contains the member number followed by the expiration date of membership for that number
It is important to remember that President's points is not about the points, it is about organization and management of the section operations. President's points are merely an indicator of the organization and management of the section.
The Pacific Northwest Section was the recepient of ASNT President's Award Program Gold Award in 2010-2011, 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 program years.
Message from the SOC Chair
Benefits of ASNT membership from the SOC chairperson
In light of the Wall Street roller coaster, corporate scandals, mergers, downsizing, and '60 Second' Business Plans, it has come to mind that many of us are not taking advantage of the most important benefit of ASNT - networking and its counterpart, education.
Networking is more than meeting new people, hearing the latest on who is retiring or changing jobs, or even what companies are doing well or not so well. Networking is educational! When people from the same industry meet, the conversation always turns to work. Every meeting I attend, I hear new and exciting information that stimulates the mind and helps me look at problems and solutions in a new way. Not only from a prepared speaker presentation, but from the questions asked of the speakers and the casual conversation of my colleagues. Often this information is not directly connected to the primary method of NDT used in my company. However, down the road a mental light comes on and I am able to apply what I heard to my efforts. In this way I am a more valuable employee.
Companies benefit from being actively involved in a local section and encouraging their employees to attend the meetings. By doing so, the employees have the opportunity to broaden their horizons, learn new things and think in creative ways. They can also take advantage of the educational programs offered through the section, benefiting both employer and employee. Attendance at regional and national meetings reap the same benefits only on a much larger scale.
It's no secret, many industry segments are an aging group. Many of my customers and colleagues have retirement on their minds. In my local section I am one of the younger members. This is not a good sign! Local section educational and mentoring programs will help bring young minds and talents to the industry, revitalizing it and the companies that comprise it.
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Includes your company name and logo on a sign at the entrance to the event
Includes your company name and logo on a sign at the entrance to the event and a special acknowledgement at the dinner
Includes your company name and logo on a sign at the entrance to the event, a special acknowledgement at the dinner, company name and logo on section website. and a letter of appreciation to your company for supporting local ASNT section.
Includes your company name and logo on a sign at the entrance to the event, a special acknowledgement at the dinner, company name and logo on section website, letter of appreciation to your company for supporting local ASNT section and a dinner table tops with name and logo.
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