The Cathodic Protection 1 - Tester (CP1) course provides both theoretical knowledge and practical techniques for testing and evaluating data to determine the effectiveness of both galvanic and impressed current CP systems and to gather design data.
Classroom instruction is comprised of lectures and hands-on training, including using equipment and instruments for CP testing.
Who Should Attend:
This program benefits anyone responsible for supervising CP systems, measuring the effectiveness of CP systems, and/or recording this data, including:
Prerequisites to register and attend the course: No prior training is required. However High school diploma or GED, 6 months' CP work experience, ability to perform basic math calculations (simple algebra, fractions, and conversions), Basic Corrosion course and Cathodic Protection Fundamentals: Math & Elettricity e-Course are recommended.
Certification Exams: A practical exam is administered at the end of the course. Successful completion of the exam is required to earn a certificate of completion. NII certification requirements include the practical exam administrated at the end of the course, along with an exam delivered via computer-based testing (CBT). The multiple-choice CBT exam is scheduled separately from the course and delivered via Pearson VUE. A voucher needed to schedule the CBT exam is included as part of your initial course registration.
To receive a certificate of completion* must be attend the entire course and successfully pass each learning assessment for the course.
*The Certificate of Completion should not be interpreted as the award of NACE Institute Certification.