Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist

Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist
4 Day Course
English

Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist

The Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist should have a thorough understanding of electrochemical and corrosion principals, field testing, laboratory analysis, monitoring techniques, and mitigation strategies. They should also be capable of comprehensive environment assessments required to develop and manage internal corrosion control programs, have sufficient knowledge and experience to determine corrective action for high-level internal corrosion problems within a pipeline system, be able to implement internal corrosion integrity programs as directed, and be able to conduct and direct all phases of ICDA.​

The course focuses on the monitoring techniques and mitigation strategies required to assess internal corrosion and develop and manage internal corrosion control programs. Data interpretation, analysis, and integration, as well as criteria for determining corrective action for high-level internal corrosion problems within a pipeline system, will be covered in detail.

Classroom instruction consists of lecture, group exercises, and cases studies.

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Who should apply  |  Course learning objectives

How to achieve certification

  1. Meet work experience and education requirements

    8 years of verifiable internal corrosion-related work experience in a pipeline environment

    AND

    Active Internal Corrosion Technologist certification

    OR

    Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Science or Engineering with 4 years of verifiable internal corrosion-related work experience in a pipeline environment

  2. Enroll and complete course requirements

    Internal Corrosion for Pipelines – Advanced Course

    Successful completion of the Ethics for the Corrosion Professional course or an equivalent training

  3. Take required exams

    Certification Exam – Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist Theory Exam

    Note: This exam is available on Computer Based Testing (CBT) at Pearson Virtual University Experience (VUE)

  4. Complete application requirement

    Approved Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist application

Start Your Journey

Certification candidates have four (4) years to complete all requirements, including successful completion of the exam, and an approved application with the required work experience and education requirements.

Course prerequisites

Required

There are no required prerequisites for this course.

Recommended


Exam preparation guides

Theory Exam Preparation Guide

Examen Theory Guía de Preparación


Certification resources

About computer-based testing (CBT)

Ethics for the corrosion professional

My certification portal

Who should pursue and apply?

Candidates will have a firm grasp of internal corrosion and assessment methods, including both direct and indirect methods. Successful candidates will also have knowledge of locating internal corrosion damage, system evaluation, and monitoring strategy and techniques.

The successful candidates will also understand internal corrosion mitigation methods, including selecting the appropriate methods, implementing these methods, and determining their effectiveness. Long-term integrity management and data integration is also important.

Course learning objectives

Determine if internal corrosion exists by evaluating a set of criteria to identify and apply monitoring techniques such as:

  • Corrosion coupons
  • Electrical field mapping
  • Ultrasonic testing
  • Linear polarization and electrical resistance probes
  • Hydrogen and microbiological monitoring

Properly select inspection techniques including:

  • Visual Inspection
  • Automated Ultrasonic Testing (AUT)
  • Magnetic Flux Leakage
  • Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing (GWUT)
  • Manual Ultrasonic Testing
  • Eddy Current (EC)
  • Ultrasonic Testing (UT)
  • Radiographic Testing (RT)

Determine when mitigation is required and the appropriate mitigation methods to utilize including maintenance pigging, physical design changes, and operational modifications.

Course completion and end of course exam

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.

A practical exam is administered at the end of the course. Successful completion of the exam is required to earn a certificate of completion.

Certification exams

Certification requirements include case-based and theory exams delivered via computer-based testing (CBT).

The multiple-choice CBT exam is scheduled separately from the course and delivered via Pearson VUE. The initial CBT exam is included with the course registration. Any Exam retake will incur additional cost to the applicant.

Renewal requirements

An approved recertification application is required every 3 years. The work experience requirement for renewals for all certifications is one and half (1.5) years for the most recent three (3) year period. Additionally, some certifications have other requirements related to responsibility in charge.

As you prepare for renewal, please visit My Certification Portal to log and manage your work experience and Professional Development Hours (PDH's) needed. Your work experience and PDH's will be submitted as part of your renewal application but you can input PDH's at any time. See the certification renewal guide for PDH's requirements, our sample training PDH guide, and our PDH how-to videos.

Certification holders are required to pay a non-refundable processing fee for renewal.

NOTE: AMPP reserves the right to return any incomplete applications or those that do not meet the requirements. All application fees are non-refundable. To avoid processing delays or forfeiture of fees, please ensure that the application is complete, meets all the requirements and payment has been received.

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