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2017 AGM

The Trustees and Council of the Institute would like to invite you all to the 2017 AGM to be held on 29th November 2017 at the Council Chambers Birmingham in conjunction with a half day Midlands Branch meeting

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Training & Qualifications

Training Courses

We offer a range of courses and qualifications to help you develop the latest practical skills and thinking.

Professional Development

CPD comprises learning activities that you undertake to gain knowledge and experience in order to help you in your professional career as a corrosion scientist or engineer.

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International Congress and Technical Exhibition

Crown Plaza Hotel
United Kingdom
15-18th May 2018

Registration is now open



Next programme to run in 2018

Following on from the successes of the 2012-13 and 2014-15 young engineers programme, the Institute of Corrosion will be running the next programme in 2018, starting in January. There will be lectures on the subjects related to Corrosion in Oil and Gas, including,...

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The President Writes – Sept / October Issue

Last month I had the pleasure of presenting the prestigious U.R. Evans award on behalf of the Institute of Corrosion.   The award this year was presented posthumously to Prof. Hugh Isaacs, a leading figure in the corrosion field and fellow of the Electrochemical...

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