Coating Surveys – Level 1
Reach the top of your career in the Coatings Industry and be ahead of the rest by studying this world-first course which is available online anywhere, anytime, 24/7. Students will achieve a globally recognised certification and qualify as a professional Coating Surveyor. The course has been comprehensively reviewed by industry bodies and has received endorsement by the Institute of Corrosions (ICorr) and accreditation by the Royal Society of Chemistry and Lloyd’s Register. The course is also approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The new online Coating Surveys course from Corrodere Academy is a world-first – there is no other training available anywhere in the world. It is a one-stop-shop specifically written for individuals working in the coatings industry and aims to drive consistency throughout the coating industry and ensure more accurate forecasting of maintenance works and investment. It will assist with paint guarantees, warranties and disputes.
Level 1 – Certificate of Completion: designed to give a good basic knowledge of surveys to anybody working in the industry from sales representatives and Asset Owners to Paint Manufacturers and Surveyors.
- Course Modules
- Coating Surveys
- Estimation of Percentages
- European Scale of Degree of Rusting of Anticorrosive Paints
- Common Defects
- Marine Fouling
- Dry Film Thickness Surveys
- Passive Fire Protection
- Adhesion Testing
- Holiday Detection
- Sampling Techniques
- Standard Test Methods, Field Tests and Laboratory Analysis
- Photography, Documentation and Reporting
- Paint Testing, Paint Constituents and Paint Chemistry
Where other qualifications in the industry focus on inspection none specialise specifically in surveys of protective coatings.
The Certification will drive consistency in the industry in the standard of surveys being conducted and give asset owners confidence in the reports and when planning maintenance & investment.
Entry Criteria: No formal qualifications within the coatings industry are required.