Duration: 6 days
The CIP Level 1 course is an intensive presentation of the basic technology of coating application and inspection over a full 60 hours of personal instruction and practice.
This course provides both the technical and practical fundamentals for coating inspection work on structural steel projects.
The course concludes with a practical (hands-on) examination. Students are also required to sit a theory examination after the course concludes through a Pearson VUE testing centre.
Who Should Attend: Although specifically designed for coating inspector trainees, this course will benefit anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of coatings application and inspection including: project engineers, quality assurance managers,
contractors, painters, technical sales representatives, blasters, paint applicators, and maintenance personnel.
Materials and Assessment: Students will receive the CIP Level 1 Course Manual on CD-ROM prior to the start of course. A course manual will be provided to students on-site
- Coatings Introduction
- Curing Mechanisms
- Role of the Inspector
- Environmental Test Instruments
- Inspection Procedures
- Non-destructive Test Instruments
- Coating Specifications
- Application Procedures
- Surface Preparation and Standards
- Coating Failures
- Field Lab
- Pre-job Conference
- MSDS and Product Data Sheet Review
- Logbook Documentation
- Measurement of Ambient Conditions
- Team Exercises/Case Studies
- Non-destructive Testing and Inspection
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.
Please note the Theory examination for this course is taken seperately after the completion of the course through a Pearson VUE Testing Centre, waiting times for an appointment may apply.