General Corrosion

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General Corrosion Program

Courses in the NACE General Corrosion Program provide overviews about the adverse effects of corrosion on a range of industries, as well as methodology and best practices in corrosion prevention and control management.

These courses suit a range of corrosion professionals, from those new to the industry looking to get a basic understanding, to industry veterans looking to bolster their careers.

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Basic Corrosion

This course covers a basic but thorough review of causes of corrosion and the methods by which corrosion is identified, monitored, and controlled.

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Basic Corrosion eCourse

This online course covers a basic but thorough review of causes of corrosion and the methods by which corrosion is identified, monitored, and controlled.

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Corrosion & Protection of Concrete Structures & Buildings

Held in partnership with the Australasian Corrosion Association, this course provides valuable information on prevention and remediation of corrosion and deterioration to reinforced concrete structures and buildings.

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Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC) Management eCourse

CPC planning is the most efficient method for effectively addressing and reducing the impact of corrosion at every stage of a product or facility’s lifecycle.

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Designing for Corrosion Control

The Designing for Corrosion Control Course covers the principles of corrosion and corrosion control and provides a systematic method for applying the technology of corrosion prevention to the design process.

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Power Industry Corrosion Concepts eCourse

Corrosion impacts the safety, dependability, and costs of generating, transmitting, and distributing electricity. In today’s economy the power industry has a pressing need for methods to extend the life of their aging infrastructure in order to meet the increasing demand for electric energy.

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