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JUL 2013

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Coating Inspector Program MORE NACE with Money Opportunities Recognition Education The NACE Coating Inspector Program (CIP) is the world's most recognized and specified coating inspector certifcation program. The CIP program trains coating professionals to properly inspect the surface preparation and application of a protective coating system on a variety of structures in any industry. who ShouLd attend: • Quality assurance and control inspectors and contractors • Fabricators • Specifcation writers • Coating manufacturer and distributor sales representatives • Inspectors • Coating contractors • Surface preparers • Maintenance personnel • Inspection company employees • Blasters and paint applicators CIP LeveL 1 CIP Level 1—ofers instruction on the technical practical fundamentals of coating inspection work for structural steel projects. CIP LeveL 2 CIP Level 2—focuses on advanced inspection techniques and specialized application methods for both steel and non-steel substrates, including concrete. CIP LeveL 3 Peer revIew CIP Level 3 Peer Review—is an intensive, detailed oral examination in front of a three member review board that lasts approximately two hours. The exam includes a series of questions that test the candidate's practical and theoretical knowledge of coatings and coating inspection. CIP SPeCIaLty CourSeS: CIP One-Day Bridge—provides specialized training related to coating inspection of bridges that meets the training requirements specifed by the U.S. Department of Transportation. Nuclear Power Plant Training for Coating Inspectors—designed specifcally to train CIP-certifed Coating Inspectors to conduct inspections in nuclear power plants (NPPs) as well as familiarize non CIP-certifed personnel with NPP coating requirements. Learn more about our CIP Program at www.nace.org/cip July 2013 Write in Reader Inquiry #38 g THE CORROSION SOCIETY www.coatingspromag.com 17

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