Coating Inspector Program - Peer Review

Coating Inspector Program

Coating Inspector Program - Level 3 Peer Review

The Coating Inspector Level 3 oral exam is designed to assess whether a candidate has the requisite knowledge and skills that a minimally qualified Level 3 Coating Inspector must possess. The CIP Level 3 Peer Review is an intensive, detailed oral examination that is given in front of a three-member review board and is based on the Coating Inspector body of knowledge. A candidate should have "expert knowledge" of all corrosion, surface preparation, cleanliness, environmental conditions, test instruments, coating mixtures, and safety. They should also be able to perform unsupervised non-destructive inspections of liquid and non-liquid coatings to any substrate and demonstrate technical knowledge, problem solving ability regarding issues that may arise on site and is capable of supervising basic (CIP level 1) and intermediate (CIP level 2) coating inspectors.

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Who Should Attend

Anyone interested in completing his or her Coatings Inspector Program training to receive recognition as a NACE Certified Coating Inspector – Level 3.

Prerequisites

Required

3 Day Course
English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish and Korean

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