Painting Inspector – Level 1

Painting Inspector – Level 1

 

Why attend this course?

This course is designed to prepare individuals for the ICorr Painting Inspector Level 1 examination. The course is suitable for candidates with or without experience in industrial painting or inspection and will also be applicable to those who require a knowledge of painting inspection but do not wish to take an examination. Most of the paint systems used in industry are addressed plus an awareness is given of other coating systems used for anti-corrosion reasons.

Course content

  • QA, OC and inspection (basics)
  • Normative documents
  • Corrosion (iron and steel)
  • Surface preparation (ferrous)
  • Tests to detect surface contamination
  • Coating categories/types
  • Main paint constituents
  • Paint drying and curing
  • Corrosion protection methods (basics)
  • Layers of a paint film
  • Types of paint systems
  • Paint data sheets
  • Paint/paint film testing
  • Weather conditions
  • Paint application methods
  • Coating faults
  • Health and safety
  • Environmental considerations
  • Reporting
  • Standards applicable
  • Understanding written instructions

Course details

Duration: 5 days
Code: RTO/QA22

Course schedule 2018:

2July, 13 August, 10 September, 8 October, 12 November, 17 December

Course and examination enquiries

For more information including prices and availability please visit our training partners, at https://argyllruane.imeche.org/training/coating-inspection/painting-inspector-courses-(icorr)/painting-inspector-icorr-level-1 or alternatively you can contact them on +44(0)114 3995720.

Special note: It has been agreed by PDTC (ICorr) to add an experience assessment to all ICorr certifications for personnel engaged in painting and coating inspection. Full details of the changes are to be published in the ICorr REQ DOC.

Painting Inspector – Level 2

Painting Inspector – Level 2

Why attend this course?

This course is designed to prepare ICorr Level 1 Painting Inspectors for the Level 2 examination. Any information in the syllabus below, which is repeated from the Level 1 syllabus, is dealt with in greater depth and in some cases involves practical usage of equipment, e.g. use of density cups, flow cups, contamination testing and using electromagnetic d.f.t. instruments with statistical capabilities.

Course content

  • QA, OC and inspection
  • Document control
  • Equipment control and calibration
  • Production of written instructions
  • Interpretation of normative documents
  • Corrosion
  • Control and testing of blasting abrasives
  • Contamination testing
  • Paint formulation
  • Coating systems
  • Paint manufacture
  • Paint/paint film testing
  • Hygrometers
  • Application of metal coatings
  • Coating faults
  • Paint colours – coding systems
  • Cathodic protection
  • IMO requirements

Course details

Duration: 5 days
Code: RTO/QA23

Course Schedule 2018:

29 January, 9 April, 25 June, 3 September, 5 November, 10 December

Course and examination enquiries

For more information including prices and availability please visit our training partners, IMechE Engineering Training Solutions website at https://argyllruane.imeche.org/training/coating-inspection/painting-inspector-courses-(icorr)/painting-inspector-icorr-level-2 or alternatively you can contact them on +44(0)114 3995720.

Special note: It has been agreed by PDTC (ICorr) to add an experience assessment to all ICorr certifications for personnel engaged in painting and coating inspection. Full details of the changes are to be published in the ICorr REQ DOC.

Painting Inspector – Level 3

Painting Inspector – Level 3

Why attend this course?

This course is designed to prepare ICorr Level 2 Painting Inspectors for the Level 3 examination. Quality assurance, specification analysis and procedure writing are the main aspects of a Level 3 training course. Corrosion and paint technology are two areas dealt with to a greater depth compared to Level 2.

A review of Level 2 subject matter is introduced on the first day of this course, however, if any candidates are aware that they are weak on Level 2 theory and practice, they should endeavour to revise or attend a Level 2 training course before attending a Level 3 course.

Course content

  • Quality documentation
  • Standards
  • Basic metallurgy
  • Corrosion mechanisms
  • Geomagnetically induced currents
  • Corrosion under insulation
  • Negative buoyancy coatings
  • Treatment of structural timbers
  • Tanking of concrete fabrications
  • Structural GRP composites
  • Leadership skills
  • Procedure writing
  • Report writing
  • Libel and slander

Course details

Duration: 4 days
Code: RTO/QA24

Course Schedule 2018:

5 March, 14 May, 30 July, 26 November

Course and examination enquiries

For more information including prices and availability please visit our training partners, IMechE Engineering Training Solutions website https://argyllruane.imeche.org/training/coating-inspection/painting-inspector-courses-(icorr)/painting-inspector-icorr-level-3 or alternatively you can contact them on +44(0)114 3995720.

Special note: It has been agreed by PDTC (ICorr) to add an experience assessment to all ICorr certifications for personnel engaged in painting and coating inspection. Full details of the changes are to be published in the ICorr REQ DOC.

Fire Proofing Inspector – Level 2

Fire Proofing Inspector – Level 2

 

Why attend this course?

This course is designed to prepare individuals for the ICorr Fire Proofing Inspector Level 2 examination. This course assumes all candidates hold ICorr Painting Inspector approval (any level) and therefore have knowledge of inspection philosophy, surface preparation, anti-corrosion coatings and how to use common inspection instruments. The course will cover the inspection of common types of Passive Fire Protection as found on hydrocarbon installations for both on and offshore facilities. This will include structural members, decks and bulkheads and storage or process tanks and associated pipework. Mechanically fixed methods are not covered.

Course content

  • Quality assurance
  • Inspection and quality control
  • Normative documents
  • Design of passive fire protection
  • Fire classifications/fire types
  • Risk analysis
  • Certification
  • Blast cleaning requirements
  • Pinning
  • Priming
  • Reinforcement systems
  • Material types/material application
  • Material removal and repair
  • Scaffolding
  • Handling and storage of materials
  • Health and safety considerations
  • Common problems encountered
  • Reporting
  • Standards applicable

Course details

Duration: 1 or 2 days
Code: RTO/QA29

Special note: If examination is required, candidates must hold ICorr Painting Inspector certification. No certification needed if course is used for information only. A 2 day course route to certification is available without holding a Painting Inspector approval. Mechanically fixed methods are not covered. It has been agreed by PDTC (ICorr) to add an experience assessment to all ICorr certifications for personnel engaged in painting and coating inspection. Full details of the changes are to be published in the ICorr REQ DOC

Course Schedule 2018:

17 January, 21 February, 2 May, 13 June, 11July, 22 August, 19 September, 17 October, 21 November

Course and examination enquiries

For more information including prices and availability please visit our training partners, IMechE Engineering Training Solutions website at https://argyllruane.imeche.org/training/coating-inspection/fireproofing-insulation-inspector-courses-(icorr)/fire-proofing-inspector-icorr-level-2 or alternatively you can contact them on +44(0)114 3995720.

 

 

Insulation Inspector – Level 2

Insulation Inspector – Level 2

Why attend this course?

This course is designed to prepare individuals for the ICorr Insulation Inspector Level 2 examination. This course assumes all candidates hold an ICorr Painting Inspector approval (any level) and therefore have some knowledge of inspection philosophy. Some corrosion and coating knowledge is also important for the insulation inspector due to the large amount of corrosion problems which have arisen under insulation. Inspection of both thermal (hot and cold) insulation and acoustic insulation is covered and is applicable to pipework, vessels and equipment used in the gas, oil and process industries.

Course content

  • Quality assurance
  • Inspection and quality control
  • Normative documents
  • Insulation systems
  • Insulating materials
  • Protective coverings
  • Fixings
  • Insulation design (basic)
  • Application of insulation
  • Scaffolding
  • Handling and storage of materials
  • Health and safety considerations
  • Common problems encountered
  • Corrosion under insulation
  • Reporting
  • Standards applicable

Course details

Duration: 2 or 3 days
Code: RTO/QA28

Special note: If examination is required, candidates must hold a Painting Inspector certification (any level). No certification needed if course is used for information only. A 3 day course route to certification is available without holding a Painting Inspector approval – please enquire. Fire proofing is not covered in this course; see Fireproofing Inspector ICorr Level 2. It has been agreed by PDTC (ICorr) to add an experience assessment to all ICorr certifications for personnel engaged in painting and coating inspection. Full details of the changes are to be published in the ICorr REQ DOC

Course Schedule 2018

15 January, 19 February, 30 April, 11 June, 9 July, 20 August, 17 September, 15 October, 19 November

Course and examination enquiries

For more information including prices and availability please visit our training partners, IMechE Engineering Training Solutions website at https://argyllruane.imeche.org/training/coating-inspection/fireproofing-insulation-inspector-courses-(icorr)/insulation-inspector-icorr-level-2 or alternatively you can contact them on +44(0)114 3995720.

 

Pipeline Coatings Inspector – Level 2

Pipeline Coatings Inspector – Level 2

Why attend this course?

This course is designed to prepare individuals for the ICorr Pipeline Coatings Inspector Level 2 examination. Inspection of coatings (over fifteen types) applied in both the factory and field are addressed. The 5 day course is suitable for all candidates. A 3 day version is available for ICorr Painting Inspectors who do not want to revisit the subject areas common to both Painting Inspection and Pipeline Coating Inspection.

Course content

  • Quality assurance and document control
  • Equipment control and calibration
  • Inspection and quality control
  • Normative documents
  • Epoxy resin powder coatings
  • Enamel coatings
  • Multi-component liquids
  • Wrapping tapes
  • Elastomeric coatings
  • Polyolefins/plastic coatings
  • Fillers
  • Surface preparation
  • Internal coatings
  • Application methods
  • Advantages/disadvantages of systems
  • Repair methods
  • Inspection methods
  • Ditching and backfill
  • Cathodic protection
  • Standards
  • Health and safety
  • Pearson survey
  • Handling and storage

Course details

Duration: 3 or 5 days
Code: RTO/QA27

Special note: Painting inspectors should revise their ICorr Painting Inspector information, especially the surface preparation detail, if attending the 3 day course. It has been agreed by PDTC (ICorr) to add an experience assessment to all ICorr certifications for personnel engaged in painting and coating inspection. Full details of the changes are to be published in the ICorr REQ DOC

Course Schedule 2018:

14 May, 29 October

Course and examination enquiries

For more information including prices and availability please visit our training partners, IMechE Engineering Training Solutions website at https://argyllruane.imeche.org/training/coating-inspection/pipeline-coatings-inspector-courses-(icorr)/pipeline-coatings-inspector-icorr-level-2 or alternatively you can contact them on +44(0)114 3995720.