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Is it for me?

This course is ideal for you as an engineer, technician, or operator who requires knowledge of CP techniques, through to more in-depth technical detail, plus an understanding of likely problem areas and an appreciation of cathodic protection methodology.
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Students measuring polarisation potentials in a class exercise.

What will I learn?

In addition to the knowledge of a Level I Engineer, this course will teach you criteria for CP and their limitations, Pourbaix diagram interpretation, surface film effects, and polarisation diagrams. You will also learn about CP design considerations for sacrificial anode and impressed current systems, construction materials specification and quality control, safety considerations, attenuation calculations, commissioning a CP system and potential measurements.

What will I leave with?

This course builds on the information presented in the Level 1 cathodic protection course to provide a deeper level of understanding and knowledge.

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should be qualified to Level 1 and subsequently have a minimum of one year of experience in cathodic protection or have a practical background in electricity, corrosion technology or engineering with a minimum of two years of experience in cathodic protection.

Candidates from either route must have successfully completed an approved course of training in cathodic protection at the appropriate level.

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