Pipeline Corrosion Assessment Field Techniques

Pipeline Corrosion Assessment Field Techniques (P-CAFT)

Pipeline Corrosion Assessment Field Techniques (P-CAFT)

The Pipeline Corrosion Assessment Field Techniques course covers corrosion basic principles and theory, field techniques, direct assessment, in-line inspection and hydro testing techniques, indirect inspections, direct examination, safety and data documentation.

The course is presented in a format of lecture, discussion, group exercises. No hands-on training will be provided in this course.

Who should attend

Designed for field personnel responsible for the implementation and reporting of pipeline inspection activities including:

  • Maintenance
  • Service
  • Technical
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Learning objectives

  • Collect data for used for the evaluation and monitoring of a pipeline corrosion integrity plan
  • Recognize pipeline anomalies
  • Recommend solutions for resolving technical issues “in the ditch”
  • Evaluate a pipeline in-service using ECDA and ICDA methods and techniques
  • Recognize problems “in the ditch” and be able to collect the data necessary for further engineering evaluation

Course completion

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.

End of course exam

A written exam is administered at the end of the course and is included as part of your course registration. Use the P-CAFT exam preparation guide to prepare.