Corrosion College

Corrosion College is a hands-on short course that provides proven solutions for the prevention of industrial corrosion through classroom and hands-on experience. Grants of 1.5 CEUs are available to participants upon successful completion.

Corrosion College provides hands-on experience in understanding the process of corrosion through two days of intensive instruction conducted by professionals in the field of corrosion protection. Corrosion College helps participants explore and understand proven strategies for combating corrosion.

Course Objectives:

  • Gain principal knowledge about the principles of corrosion and the methods available to combat it.
  • Learn and know how PVC coated conduit and fitting products are manufactured, and why they are effective in serving the end-user and controlling corrosion.
  • Earn 1.5 CEUS upon successfully completing all assignments and receiving a passing grade (70%) on the Corrosion College Final Exam.
  • Be capable of translating the data received at Corrosion College into practical knowledge, and the valid perception that you are a Corrosion Application Expert.
  • Develop the beginnings of a body of Corrosion knowledge.
  • Establish a vision by seeing the world through a different set of eyes.

Corrosion, in the USA, costs more than $1 trillion per year. Know the principals of corrosion and the methods available to combat it. Learn how PVC coated conduit and fitting products are manufactured and why they are effective in serving the end-user in controlling corrosion. Be capable of translating the data received at Corrosion College, into practical knowledge and validate the perception that you are a Corrosion Application Expert. Develop the beginning of a body of corrosion knowledge and see the world through a different perspective. Learn something new from your experience with proven solutions for the prevention of industrial corrosion through classroom and hands-on experience. The course enhances learning retention through a comprehensive curriculum including case studies, laboratory workshops plus interactive presentations detailing the proper installation and use of anti-corrosion products.

Corrosion College provides two days of practical experience in understanding the process of corrosion through intensive instruction conducted by professionals in the field of corrosion protection. The course helps participants explore and understand proven strategies for combating corrosion. It enables graduates to apply the concepts learned to important aspects of their careers. Key industries served include facilities, chemical processing plants, civil engineering, pulp and paper manufacturing, waste water processing, food processing, and more.

 

CEUs and Certificate

Attendees who successfully complete all of the assignments, attend all sessions, and receive a passing grade of 70% or higher on the Corrosion College Final Exam are eligible for 1.5 CEUs (15 PDHs) offered through Purdue University.