Who should attend
Geared toward individuals at the technologist level who have some background in corrosion and are familiar with pipeline operations.
- Identify the types of corrosion, influencing key environmental variables, and methods to control corrosion
- Monitor corrosion through devices and tests, including analysis of gas, liquid and sludge/solid samples, coupons, and electrical probes
- Examine exposed surfaces and be able to determine the root cause of corrosion
- Proper selection of mitigation methods such as:
- Chemical treatment by biocides and corrosion inhibitors
- Facilities maintenance including use of pigs, clearing drips, and clearing valves
- Internal coatings
- Cathodic protection only for internal protection of tanks
- Facility design considerations
- Perform integrity assessment methods including internal corrosion direct assessment, in-line inspection, and hydrostatic testing
There are no required prerequisites for this course.
End of course exam
The written exam is delivered via computer-based testing (CBT) and is scheduled separately from the course. A voucher for the CBT is included as part of the full-course registration price.