The course is aimed at providing you, after passing successfully the exam, with an internationally valid NACE CIP certificate: submit your application now
Dates and duration
NACE CIP Level 1: June 17th - 22nd
NACE CIP Level 2: June 24th - 29th
Both courses will last 6 days: 4 theorical training days, 1 day of practical study on site (in a shipyard), 1 day for the exam. The practical exam will be conducted under witness of NACE instructors, while the written exam (CBT – Compiture Based Test) will be taken online or at the course venue, where approved by NACE.
The Level 1 course has no prerequisites, while the Level 2 requires having a NACE CIP Level 1 certification and at least 2 years working experience in coating.
Both courses will be held in English. Simultaneous translation, both for the lessons and the exams, will be provided for Turkish students if needed.
Non NACE Members: 3.200 Usd + 18%Vat (Vat is valid for companies and attendees which are registered in Turkey)
NACE Members: 3.000 Usd + 18%Vat (Vat is valid for companies and attendees which are registered in Turkey)
Course price includes training materials (course manual and necessary reference documents), course certificate, lunchs, meals during
coffe breaks, transportation from hotel to shipyard for labday and does not cover travel and accomodation expenses of attendees.
Level 1 - Course highlights
give examples of corrosion fundamentals such as properties of a coating, coating classification and modes of protection
recognize coating types and curing mechanisms
recall coating specifications including service environments and coating life cycle
differentiate surface preparation equipment, methods, and standards for abrasive blasting, solvent cleaning, and power and manual tool cleaning
differentiate coating application by type, including brush, roller, mitt, and conventional and airless spray
demonstrate inspection procedures
describe the role of the inspector –as it applies to safety, ethics, conflict prevention, and decision making
test for environmental or ambient conditions and nonvisible contaminants
utilize non-destructive test instruments such as wet-film and dry-film thickness gauges and low and high voltage holiday detectors
measure surface profile using replica tape and anvil micrometers, surface profile comparators, and digital surface profile gauges
identify quality control issues, recognizing design and fabrication defects and coating failure modes
utilize Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and product technical data sheets
demonstrate the purpose and content of Logbook and report documentation.
Level 2 - Course highlights
advanced corrosion theory
environmental controls and advanced environmental testing
centrifugal blast cleaning and water jetting equipment, standards, methods of use, and inspection concerns
advanced nondestructive and destructive test instruments
surface preparation, application and inspection of liquid-applied and thick barrier linings
specialized application equipment including plural-component, electrostatic and centrifugal, and hot spray systems
specialized coating techniques and application of non-liquid coatings
coating survey techniques and procedures and common coating failure modes.