Coating Inspector Program
The Coating Inspector Program (CIP) Level 1 is a three day course that offers instruction on the technical and practical fundamentals of coating inspection work for structural steel projects.
Shipboard Corrosion Assessment
This course is intended to provide a foundation of coatings, corrosion, and corrosion control knowledge for assessing the condition of tanks and other structures, and determining the required actions necessary to effectively maintain fully operational status.
Cathodic Protection Technician
The Cathodic Protection (CP) Technician course provides intermediate-level training in corrosion theory and CP concepts, types of CP systems, AC and DC stray current interference, field measurement techniques and recordkeeping.
NAVSEA Basic Paint Inspector
This course was developed by Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to train coatings inspectors to inspect critical coated areas as defined by US Navy policy documents. This course provides both the technical and practical fundamentals for coating inspection work for any steel structure projects other than ships.
This course covers principles of surface preparation, surface cleanliness, surface profile, dust and debris control, and abrasives. Note: Students who do not want to receive the C7 certification can attend and receive a certificate of attendance by only attending the lecture portion of the training and observing the blaster demonstration.
Spray Application Certification
This program assesses the skills of sprayers who have a minimum of 800 hours applying protective coatings with airless/ conventional spray in an industrial or marine environment. Candidates are certified through a brief certification written exam and a practical hands-on skill assessment. This course is designed to train and certify marine/industrial applicators to operate airless/conventional spray equipment.
Marine Plural Component
This course is designed to certify craft workers operating plural component spray equipment and those applying protective coatings on steel in immersion service by airless spray using plural component spray equipment.
This program assesses the skills of waterjetters who have a minimum of 120 hours waterjetting work experience and prior documented employer-provided training on the waterjetting equipment they use on the job.
This course is designed to train and certify applicators in the application of thermal spray coatings to industrial substrates.