The five day Corrosion Engineering Course has been presented to critical acclaim to the broader corrosion sector.
This is a certified, examined course covering the fundamental principles of corrosion engineering.
Corrosion “How it Works” Forms of Corrosion
Corrosion Environments Material Selection and Design
Modifying the Environment Organic Coatings
Metallic and Inorganic Coatings Cathodic and Anodic Protection
A knowledge of chemistry and physics would be beneficial.
The 2nd edition of the textbook ‘Corrosion Control in Southern Africa’ will be used as course notes.
Who Should Attend:
The course is aimed at people in the following industries:
Consulting Engineers Manufacturing/Industrial
Quality Control Personnel
All delegates who pass the Corrosion Engineering course will also qualify for one year’s free membership of the Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa.
This course is registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA), and is awarded five CPD credits.
Registration Fees :
CorrISA Members R7 500-00 inc VAT
Non Members R8 000-00 inc VAT
Cheques made out to the Corrosion Institute or a bank transfer must be received before a candidate can be admitted to a course.
A withdrawal will be accepted within 2 weeks of the course starting date. No refunds or credits will be entertained for any withdrawal at a later stage.
A certificated examined course covering fundamental principles, forms of corrosion, environmental and design aspects, corrosion prevention techniques (alloys, coatings, anodic and cathodic protection)
Course notes comprise the text book 'Corrosion Control in Southern Africa '
Who may benefit from this course?
Capital and maintenance engineers, architects, consultants, contract and quality management personnel, suppliers and specifiers of anti-corrosion methods and materials. A background in chemistry and physics of at least secondary school level is recommended.
Duration: Five full days (taught course)
Regional Availability: Gauteng , Western Cape , Kwa-Zulu Natal, Eastern Cape - Port Elizabeth Technikon and nationally as distance education through the RSA Technikon.