Industrial Coating & Lining Application Specialist
NCCER and NACE International, two leading providers of industry education, training, and certification, have joined forces to deliver a comprehensive industrial coating applicator training and certification program. The NCCER/NACE Industrial Coating Applicator Training and Certification Program follows the standard on Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist Qualification available from NACE International.
Total Recommended Hours
Competencies & Objectives Lists
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Module ID 00101-04; from Core, Third Edition: Explains the safety obligations of workers, supervisors, and managers to ensure a safe workplace. Discusses the causes and results of accidents and the dangers of rationalizing risk. Reviews the role of company policies and OSHA regulations in maintaining a safe workplace. Introduces common job-site hazards and protections such as lockout/tagout, personal protective equipment (PPE), and HazCom.
Module ID 00106-04; from Core, Third Edition: Explains how ropes, chains, hoists, loaders, and cranes are used to move material and equipment from one location to another on a job site. Describes inspection techniques and load-handling safety practices. Also reviews American National Standards Institute (ANSI) hand signals.
Module ID 69101-09: Provides an introduction to the coatings industry, including career opportunities and an introduction to coatings safety.
Module ID 69102-09: Explains reasons for surface preparation, standards of preparation, and methods of preparing surfaces. Describes the use of basic equipment as well as cleaning procedures.
Module ID 69103-09: Describes types of coatings, their advantages and disadvantages, applications, and specific preparations required.
Module ID 69104-09: Covers the application of various coatings, including equipment setup, mixing, and preparation of coatings.
Module ID 69105-09: Teaches proper health and safety procedures for operators applying coatings in an industrial workplace. The use of personal protection equipment, debris management, and proper containment and ventilation procedures are discussed.
Module ID 69201-10: Describes safety standards and regulations, access control, and personal safety equipment and training requirements. Covers safety decision-making procedures.
Module ID 69202-10: Teaches the elements of corrosion in concrete and metals and describes the chemistry of corrosion.
Module ID 69203-10: Explains how to follow and execute a work plan. Covers area and ratio calculations and explains how to determine VOC ratios when adding thinners. Explains the effects of pressure, volume, and temperature on surface preparation and application.
Module ID 69204-10: Describes the types of containment appropriate to various coating and surface preparation applications, including standards and verification. Also covers containment erection and repair.
Module ID 69205-10: Explains how to identify the surface condition of common substrates. Provides specific training in surface-preparation equipment. Describes inspection and documentation of test equipment, and processes.
Module ID 69206-10: Discusses the physical properties of various coatings, including convertible and nonconvertible types. Also covers basic curing mechanisms and methods of film formation.
Module ID 69207-10: Covers the setup, maintenance, and disassembly of conventional air spray, airless spray, air-assisted airless spray, and HVLP spraying equipment, including testing and documentation. Also covers overcoating and explains how to use wet and dry film thickness gauges.
Especialista en aplicación de revestimientos industriales, Nivel Uno (Industrial Coating & Lining Application Specialist, Level 1, 1st Edition)
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