NACE Coating Inspector Program (CIP) Level 1
July 7-8, 2014 & Dec 1-5, 2014
Duration: 6 days
8:30am – 6:30pm
Fee: NACE Member: USD2,100.00 + 12% VAT
Non-NACE Member: USD2,300.00 + 12% VAT
- Early Registration Payment: Ten-Percent (10%) Discount if PAID thirty (30) days before the training date
- Group Discount: Five-Percent (5%) on Three (3) or More Participants
CIP Level 1 presents the basic technology of coating application and inspection that offers more than 60 hours of instruction and practice. This course provides both technical and practical fundamentals for coating inspection work on structural steel projects. The course concludes with both written and practical exams.
Who must attend:
This course benefits anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of coatings application and inspection including:
- project engineers
- quality assurance managers
- technical sales representatives
- paint applicators
- maintenance personnel
Course Highlights: (including but not limited to)
- Curing Mechanisms
- Role of the Inspector
- Test Instruments
- Inspection Procedures
- Coating Specifications
- Surface Preparation and Standards
- Application Procedures
- Coating Failures
- Field Lab
- Pre – job Conference
- MSDS and Product Data Sheet Review
- Logbook Documentation
- Team Exercises
- Case Studies
Upon successful completion of CIP Level 1, a person will be recognized as NACE Coating Inspector Level 1 – Certified.
A versatile, results oriented Quality Assurance Advisor with hands-on experience in heavy oil thermal recovery which included his duties as Vessel, Coating, and Owners Inspector responsible for writing all vessel repair procedures and coating specifications. Previous experience includes Plant Chief Steam Engineer.
He graduated in 1976, Grade XII Senior Matriculation, Second Class Power Engineer Alberta #1870 (Certified Engineering Technician (ASET); NACE/SSPC Certified Coating Inspector#5057.
He is currently an Instructor for Coating Inspector Program, Internal Corrosion Instructor, Cathodic Protection in Conjunction with Coatings Instructor, Protective Coating Specialist ( NACE and SSPC), Senior Corrosion Technologist, Cathodic Protection Technologist, Internal corrosion technologist, Successful Coating and Lining of Concrete, Basic Corrosion, Coatings and Linings, Basic Cathodic Protection.
He is API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector, API653 Tank Inspector, API 570 Pressure Piping Inspector Certified.
As a Corrosion Specialist for Imperial Oil Resources, he provides supply corrosion direction for several properties and as a Coating Specialist he supplies specification coating selection as well as lab testing and failure analysis. Sits on Exxon Mobil international corrosion network and provides direction and guidance on pipeline intergrity risk assessment as well as corrosion management and mitigation.
He is Quality Assurance Advisor for Cold Lake Operations, a large heavy oil thermal recovery project, his duties include senior vessel inspector, core member of corrosion team, coating inspector, and owner’s inspector for all code work and he is responsible for writing all vessel repair procedures, as well as ensuring they are executed as specified, responsible for writing all coating specifications, as well as inspecting the ongoing application, utilize SAP along with risk based techniques for vessel inspection and documentation.
Aguila Group Companies (AGC) Development Corporation
00 543 801 3291
Alfaro-Salcedo Village Branch, PCCI Bldg., 118 Alfaro St., Salcedo Village, Makati City 1227, Philippines