Who should attend
Anyone in the cathodic protection industry who needs to understand the calculations and electrical functions involved when working in cathodic protection. This course also serves as a solid prep for CP1 or a great review before CP2.
- Add and subtract fractions
- Calculate exponents
- Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions
- Convert decimals to percentages and percentages to decimals
- Use the order of operation rule when completing equations
Basic Electricity & Electrical Fundamentals
- Define electricity
- Define current, resistance, voltage, and power
- Understand the relationship amongst current, resistance, voltage, and power
- Comprehend basic electrical diagrams
- Apply Ohm’s Law to calculate current, resistance, and voltage
- Convert electrical units of measurement
- Contrast and compare series and parallel circuits
- Solve basic problems and calculations for series and parallel circuits
No prior training or experience is required, however the ability to perform math calculations using a scientific calculator (algebra, fractions, exponents, and conversions) is recommended.
Successful completion of the course is required to earn a certificate of course completion. Requirements are specific to each course and may include a combination of attendance, daily assessments, activities, quizzes, or knowledge checks. All certification and renewal applicants will be required to complete the NACE International ethics training program OR an equivalent training and provide proof of completion as part of the certification application or renewal process.
End of course exam
Students will earn a certificate of completion upon successful completion of the e-Learning course.
All NACE online courses are subscription-based for a period of one year from the date of registration and are non-refundable. Students have access to the course and any corresponding materials for one year and must complete all course work within that one year time frame before the subscription expires.