• NACE equips society to protect people, assets and
    the environment from the adverse effects of corrosion.

Corrosion Prevention and Control Management e-Course

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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. This e-Course walks through the NACE SP21412-2016/SSPC-CPC 1 standard, diving into the key aspects of CPC planning for products and facilities. It covers: attributes that impact CPC planning; considerations for material selection and design to minimize corrosion; and items that should be addressed in CPC planning which affect CPC in design, fabrication and construction, operation and use, and maintenance and sustainability.

This 2-hour short course includes audio narration with transcripts and on-demand viewing and bookmarking capabilities that enable you to complete the course as your schedule allows.

Individual Pricing:

Member - Coming in 2017
Non-Member - Coming in 2017

Group or Corporate Pricing:

Coming in 2017

Who Should Attend

Anyone who is responsible for developing corrosion prevention and control policies or plans, including:

managers
  • • Public and private facility owners
  • • Managers
  • • Technicians
  • • Suppliers
  • • Inspectors
  • • Procurement officers
  • • Project managers

Prerequisites

No prior training or experience is required.


Course Description:

  • • Understand the mechanisms of corrosion
  • • Understand the costs of corrosion across industry
  • • Recognize the importance of corrosion prevention and control planning
  • • Recognize the purpose of the CPC planning standard
  • • Identify the different components of the standard
  • • Identify the items or topics that should be addressed during CPC planning
  • • Possess a fundamental understanding of how this standard can be utilized as an effective tool during CPC planning

Exam

Students will earn a certificate of completion upon successful completion of the e-Course.

All NACE online courses are subscription-based for a period of one year from the date of registration. Students have access to the course and any corresponding materials for one year and must complete all course work within that one year time frame before the subscription expires.