Students involved in the design, installation, and maintenance of CP systems.
NOTE: There is not a direct progression from CP 3–Cathodic Protection Technologist to CP 4–Cathodic Protection Specialist. Substantial experience involving all aspects of cathodic protection, including design and formal education in math/science/engineering is critical to students' success in the course. Attendance at the CP 3–Cathodic Protection Technologist Course is strongly recommended before sitting for the CP 4–Cathodic Protection Specialist Course.
Students must have completed college or university-level courses in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, and must have significant amounts of practical experience in CP Design