You can access the scheme documentation which includes detailed information regarding entry requirements here Professional Membership of The Welding Institute Membership gives you access to all the technical knowledge that you need and will also make it easier for you to achieve your own personal learning and development goals. Find out more! Frequently asked questions Try our list of frequently asked questions. The site coatings inspector course give students a very good understanding of corrosion principles, the concept of barriers to slow down the process of corrosion and the importance of surface preparation and profiles.
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You can take this course whether you have experience in the painting inspection industry or not. What will I learn? This course covers corrosion theory, surface preparation, surface contaminants and tests, paint constituents and technology, solutions and dispersions, drying and curing properties and performance, and specified painting conditions.
The course will also teach you about paint faults, colour, inspection methods, specification requirements, and health and safety and working practices. What will I leave with? Certification What else should I know? Course duration may then be only 4 days. However, should the applicant decide against attendance on this day, there will be no reduction in course fee. Four-day training course with examination on day 5, or for less experienced candidates there is the opportunity to take the examination the following week.
In the event that the experience is sought following successful examination, the results of the examination shall remain valid for two years. The minimum duration for industrial experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is 6 months, showing knowledge of dry abrasive blast cleaning or industrial paint application techniques.
BGAS-CSWIP Painting Inspector - Grade 2