CASTI has presented over 1,500 training courses internationally. Our customers depend on us to provide quality, reliable, useful education. We do our best to meet and exceed their high standards and expectations. Here's what some of our customers have to say:

"Robert clearly has substantial experience and excellent recall of the Code! He is very competent at explaining application of the Code and provides examples. Very good course! "

On ASME B31.3 IPPCDR, October 2015

"Excellent course! This is the third course I have taken with CASTI and I have been satisfied with each course and how they were presented! "

On Welding Fundamentals, September 2015

"I felt more confident with this exam (API 510), due to the material presented by CASTI than I did when I did API 570 (through another organisation). "

on API 510 Exam Prep, August 2016

"Course content was very good and thorough. The instructor was excellent and the "star of the show" with practical examples and suggestions of thought processes. "

on API 579, June 2016

"I always enjoy CASTI training classes as I know I come out with knowledge beyond the Code study material. "

on CSA Z662 Sour Service, March 2016

"Unbelievable how much I learned and understand from the course in such a short time. The training material will benefit me for years to come. "

on ASME Sec. IX, April 2016

"Overall great course, instructor was very knowledgeable and his industry experience was a great benefit to the course. "

on API 571, November 2016

"Overall excellent course, provided great insight to Sec VIII and practical applications. "

on ASME Sec. VIII-1, FCR, May 2016

"I like the history and background understanding conveyed by the instructor. It improved my overall understanding of the topics. Good course! "

on ASME B31.3: FCR, April 2016

"I really appreciate the online studies, being able to reset the lessons. The amount of practice questions is fantastic. Overall great experience! "

on API 570, September 2016

"After 30 years in the trade I finally received training on the procedural requirements of what I do daily. Engineering and trades rarely meet in my experience. This information would be most beneficial at the trade school level. Periodic discussions with our engineering department would further the trades understanding of this material. "

Welding Fundamentals and Welding Procedures In-House Training Course