After successfully launching the Institute of Corrosion / PFPNet Fire Protection Coatings Inspector Training Programme earlier this week, it gives us great pleasure to provide more details!
Why attend this course?
The changing market dynamics and a number of PFP failures on major new construction projects will dictate the need for a more rigorous fire protection coatings Inspector course in order to further improve competency in this safety critical area of our market.
The Institute of Corrosion and PFPNet have collaborated to develop the first detailed training programme for inspectors and technicians, written and produced by experts in this field who have extensive, practical ‘real world’ experience.
The purpose of this course
To qualify inspectors of epoxy intumescent and cementitious Passive Fire Protection (PFP) coatings used to protect against hydrocarbon fires.
The main theme of this course
Effective quality control during the whole application process plays a critical role in ensuring the fire performance and long term durability of PFP installations.
To book your place and find out more, please visit: https://www.icorr.org/training-qualifications/
You can also download the brochure here.