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BASIC CORROSION – 5 days, Monday, January 30 to Friday, February 3, 2017

This course focuses on corrosion and the potential problems caused by corrosion.  It provides a basic but thorough review of causes of corrosion and the methods by which is can be identified, monitored, and controlled.  Successful completion of the Basic course may be used towards obtaining certification through the NACE Parallel Path to Certification as a NACE Corrosion Technician.

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CP3 - CATHODIC PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIST -  6 days, Sunday, January 22 to Friday, January 27, 2017

This course is an intensive 6-day course that presents CP technology to prepare students for the NACE Cathodic Protection Technologist Certification Examination.  It builds on the technology presented in the CP 2-Cathodic Protection Technician Course covering both theoretical concepts and practical application of cathodic protection with a strong focus on interpretation of CP data, CP troubleshooting and mitigation of problems that might arise in both galvanic and impressed current systems. This course is presented in a format of lecture, discussion and hands-on, in-class experiments and group exercises. There is a written examination at the conclusion of the course. 

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CP4 – CATHODIC PROTECTION SPECIALIST – 6 days, Sunday, January 29 to Friday, February 3, 2017

This course is an intensive 6-day course that focuses on the principles and procedures for CP design on a variety of structures for both galvanic and impressed current systems. The course discusses the theoretical concepts behind the design and considerations that influence the design (environment, structure type/materials of construction, coatings), design factors, and calculations (including attenuation).  The course involves lecture and in-class discussion and practice with design examples on various structures (i.e., pipelines, tanks and well casings, offshore applications and steel reinforcing in concrete structures). The course concludes with the written NACE CP Specialist Examination.

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DIRECT ASSESSMENT – 5 days, Monday, January 23 to Friday, January 27, 2017

The Direct Assessment course will concentrate on internal, external and stress corrosion cracking direct assessment along with pre and post assessment, quality assurance, data analysis and integration, and remediation and mitigation activities.

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COURSE REGISTRATIONClick on the link of each course name above to go to the class schedule page and search San Bernardino as the location. To find additional information on each course, go to the NACE website course search page. *To qualify for savings, advanced registration payment must be received at NACE Headquarters at least 35 days before the start of the course.

CLASS LOCATION:  TINKER & RASOR, 791 South Waterman Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408.

:  Students are responsible for hotel reservations.  Lodging reservations at Residence Inn Marriott, 1040 E. Harriman Place, San Bernardino, can be made by calling 1-909-382-4564 or going to by December 23, 2015 and asking for the studio king (group code NACNACA) or one bedroom suite (group code NACNACB) rate of $129 per night. The rate includes complimentary hot buffet breakfast, Wi-Fi internet, and parking.

Click on the course title above to go to the Course Search feature on the NACE website. Search Location: San Bernardino

Contact Sylvia Hall or any Section Board Member for additional information.