Marine Metallic Structures Training Course: This application sector includes: l Ships (external hulls and ballast tanks) l CP measurement techniques l Fixed offshore structures, such as platforms, jackets, monopiles or tension leg platforms l Offshore renewables, windfarms, wave and tidal l Floating structures, such as buoys, semi-submersible platforms, floating production storage or offloading structures (FPSO) l Underwater structures (well heads, manifolds, piping) l Coastal and offshore pipelines, risers l Harbour facilities, piers, jetties and lock gates l Landfall of offshore pipelines protected by an offshore CP system
Senior Technician: ISO Level 3 Duration: 5 days. Why attend this course? This course and examination is in compliance with ISO 15257:2017 and is suitable for candidates with ICorr ISO Level 2 Certification (or EN Level 1) who intend to proceed onwards to certification. Please note that applicants for certification must either hold ICorr Level 2 Cathodic Protection Technician certificate in Marine Metallic Structures, or have at least one year of approved experience and attended a Level 2 training course to satisfy the educational and experience requirements set out in ISO 15257. Course content CP general principles l Principles of corrosion in seawater, estuarine conditions and saline sea/river beds l Structure and environment survey techniques prior to CP l CP system installation and testing CP measurement techniques l Measurement safety l Preparation of risk assessments and method statements for Level 2 Technicians. This course is also suitable for those who either do not wish or need to proceed to Level 3 certification, or who expect to do so based on experience gained after the course and examination.
This course is also suitable for those who either do not wish or need to proceed to Level 3 certification, or who expect to do so based on experience gained after the course and examination.