Training and development are critical for your career. For corrosion engineers, IMechE Argyll Ruane offer many of ICorr’s corrosion courses.
In a first for ICorr, young engineers met online to learn of a case study that could help them become big winners in the Young Engineer Programme.
The Institute of Corrosion continues to increase its social media presence. Here’s an update, and how you can connect with the corrosion conversation.
One of the premier events in the Institute of Corrosion’s calendar is the Corrosion Science Symposium. In 2020, there is a new format for this prestigious event.
Cathodic protection is a common method used to prevent corrosion. But how does it work and what challenges does it give to industry?
Corrosion science is relatively young and still evolving. Learn about the history of this field with this concise timeline of main events.
As the COVID-19 lockdown takes its toll on training and development, here are five free webinars to for all in the corrosion industry.
Get the family involved in World Corrosion Awareness Day and relieve the boredom of the coronavirus lockdown.
The coronavirus lockdown has hit training and development hard. Bad for businesses and employees. Online training could help your career stay on track.
There are many benefits of professional membership of ICorr. Here are seven that you can exploit throughout your career.
Corrosion control is critical to reducing costs in the industry. But poor corrosion control in infrastructure and transport has a far greater cost. That cost is human.
Great engineer training can propel your career, which is why the Institute of Corrosion has developed the increasingly popular Young Engineers programme.