Course Title:
BGAS-CSWIP Site Coatings Inspector
Country:
Venue:

CountryVenueCourse FeeStart DateFurther Information
AustraliaPerth
on request
20 March 2017
   
AustraliaPerth
on request
26 June 2017
   
AustraliaPerth
on request
04 September 2017
   
AustraliaSydney
on request
20 November 2017
   
AzerbaijanBaku
on request
10 April 2017
   
BruneiSeria
$ 2,070.00
13 March 2017
   
BruneiSeria
$ 2,070.00
11 September 2017
   
IndonesiaBatam
$ 2,070.00
16 January 2017
   
IndonesiaBatam
$ 2,070.00
17 April 2017
   
IndonesiaBatam
$ 2,070.00
23 October 2017
   
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Suitable for:

Candidates with or without previous experience in site coatings inspection wishing to attain BGAS-CSWIP Approval as a Site Coatings Inspector.
Suitable for individuals engaged in the inspection and coating of new and existing pipelines. This approval is very useful to welding inspectors as it can extend their working time capability on pipelines projects.

Course Content:

Corrosion, specified coating conditions; surface preparation methods and standards; surface contaminants and tests for detection; coating technology; film thickness; coal tar enamels; special situations; hot applied tapes; cold applied laminate tapes; grease based tapes; self-adhesive overwrap tapes; polyethylene cladding; fillers, mastics and putties; heat shrinkable plastics; powder coatings; urethane MCLs; holiday detection; concrete coatings; internal coatings; cathodic protection; stages of pipeline construction; handling, transport and storage; pipeline surveys, health and safety; coating faults; working practices and quality.

Certification/Awarding Body:


Course Objectives:
  • To understand the principles of pipeline coatings
  • To understand the importance of surface preparation
  • To appreciate the difficulties associated with pipeline site coating
  • To understand the practical methods of testing and inspection
  • To interpret the requirements of standards
  • To meet the syllabus requirements for the BGAS-CSWIP Site Coatings Inspector examination

Additional Information:

Candidates MUST bring:
  • 2 passport sized photographs
  • a valid eyesight certificate from a doctor or an optician showing satisfactory eyesight for near vision, permitting reading a minimum of Times Roman N4, or equivalent type and size letters, at not less than 300mm on a standard test chart for near vision, in at least one eye, corrected or uncorrected. Candidates for the painting inspector will be required to have had a colour perception assessment by the Ishihara 24 plate test or an equivalent.
  • a completed application form and full examination fee

NOTE:
Renewal can only be made within three months of the expiry date. Any application received after three months of the expiry cannot be considered and can only be renewed by re-examination.

If the applicant is a holder of BGAS-CSWIP Paint Inspector Approval, it should be noted that day 1 of the syllabus will cover items which the applicant may be already conversant in and therefore attendance on these days (although strongly recommended) is entirely at their discretion. 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 examinations on day 5, or for less experienced candidates there is the opportunity to take the examination the following week.

Important information regarding the new BGAS-CSWIP scheme

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The minimum duration for industrial experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is 1 month, showing knowledge of pipeline fabrication techniques, safe working practices, and a general understanding of coating application would be advantageous.

For more information on the BGAS-CSWIP scheme, please view the BGAS-CSWIP scheme document