Cathodic Protection Technician – Reinforced Concrete Structures Level 2 – ONLINE

 

Why attend this course?

The course and examination are in compliance with BS EN ISO 15257:2017 and is suitable for candidates with or without experience in cathodic protection; see separate panel headed Certification to BS EN 15257

Course content

The topics of this course are fully set out and described in BS EN ISO15257. The rules governing training, examination and certification are set out in ICorr REQ DOC (CP).
  

Special note:

Applicants must either hold ICorr Level 1 Cathodic Protection Technician – Reinforced Concrete Structures or have at least 1 year approved experience or, where the applicant does not hold this certification has attended the training course or satisfies the educational and experience requirements set out in ICorr REQ DOC (CP). 
 

Course Enquiries

For more information regarding the online course please contact Aston CPD Centre Email: enquiries@astoncpdcentre.co.uk

Examination Enquiries

To achieve certification a separate exam is required. For more information regarding the exam please contact our training partner:

Tel: +44 (0)114 399 5720 or Email: argyllruane@imeche.org

 On successful completion of the exam, certification can be applied for by completing the application form 

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This 5 module online course is in compliance with BS EN ISO 15257:2017 and is suitable for candidates with or without experience in cathodic protection.

Certificate of Competence in Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Leaflet

Certification enquiries

For all queries regarding Certification and Re-Certification please access the Institute of Corrosion web site: https://www.icorr.org/cathodic-protection-training   All Certification and Re-Certification Application Forms along with Guidance Notes can be downloaded from this page.

If you need any specific assistance please contact the Institute of Corrosion at Corrosion House at Tel:  + 44 (0)1604 438222 or Email: admin@icorr.org