Senior Cathodic Protection Technician – Marine Metallic Structures Level 3

Why attend this course?

The course and examination are in compliance with ISO 15257:2017 and are suitable for candidates with the requisite qualifying experience.  The course is suitable for those who took the Level 2 training course and those who merely require an appreciation of the cathodic protection of marine structures at this higher level without pursuing certification.

Course Content

The following topics are relevant to this application sector:

  • CP general principles
  • CP measurement techniques
  • specific applications in seawater and marine sediments.

 This application sector includes, for example, the following:

  • ships (external hulls and ballast tanks)
  • CP measurement techniques
  • fixed offshore structures (platforms, jackets, monopiles, offshore windfarms, tension leg platforms, etc.)
  • floating structures (buoys, semi-submersible platforms, floating production storage and offloading structures (FPSO)
  • underwater structures (well heads, manifolds, piping)
  • coastal and offshore pipelines, risers
  • landfall of offshore pipelines protected by an offshore CP system
  • harbour facilities, piers, jetties and lock gates.

 The topics of this course are fully set out and described in ISO 15257 Clause 6. The rules governing training, examination and certification are set out in ICorr QPD.

Course Details and Price

Course details

Duration: 5 days

Price
(excl. VAT)

TBC

Special note

Applicants must hold either ICorr Level 2 Cathodic Protection Technician – Marine Metallic Structures Certificate or, where the applicant does not hold this certification, have at least 1 year approved experience and attended the Level 2 training course or satisfies the educational and experience requirements set out in ICorr QPD.