Institute Committees and Groups

Committees and groups 

Committees
The Institute has eight propositions through which stakeholders engage with BINDT, spearheaded by its marketing and PR capabilities and underpinned by its IT capability, its ‘establishment’ (people, premises and facilities) and its partners.

Figure 1 shows the Institute’s committee structure in schematic form. Further details on the committees is listed on the menu to the left.

The key committees have oversight responsibility for BINDT’s operations and the execution of the strategic plan, as shown in Figure 2. They report to BINDT’s Council (Trustees) and are, in some cases, empowered to make decisions on behalf of Council (for example membership and registration).

The committees are:
  • Governance Advisory Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Establishment Review Committee (ERP)
  • Croxson (Awards & Recognition) Committee
  • CM Technical Committee (CMTC)
  • NDT Technical Committee (NDTTC)
  • Trade & Industry Executive Committee
  • Membership, Qualification & Education Committee (MQ&E)
  • Certification Management Committee (CMC)
  • Marketing Committee (formerly known as the Marketing Working Group – MWG).





Special Interest Groups
The institute has a number of groups that meet the specific needs of members with particular interests:
  • Composites Group
  • Service Inspection Group (SIG)
  • UKTA.

Working Groups
  • Liability Working Group
  • Standards Working Group
  • Engineering Council Working Group
  • Materials Testing Working Group
  • NDT and CM Certification Working Groups.

User Groups
Current User Groups include:
  • Technique Validation and Qualification User Group
  • SHM User Group
  • Air-Coupled Ultrasound User Group
  • FMC User Group
  • Non-Linear UT User Group
  • Millimetre-wave and Terahertz User Group.

Membership of all groups is open to members (and in some cases non-members) at no additional charge. Group members benefit from discussion of current topics of interest or controversy and from the interchange of views between individuals all sharing a specific common interest. As a group, they can influence affairs that they couldn’t as individuals.

For further information, contact Cindy Bailey at the Secretariat (cindy.bailey@bindt.org).