There are no prerequisites to attend the training course; however, NACE CIP Level 1 Certification is recommended.
To achieve certification, NACE CIP Level 1 Certification is required, along with documented work experience with coatings focused projects for a nuclear power plant.
Course highlights include, but are not limited to:
- Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) operations, work procedures and industry terms.
- Industry organizations that regulate NPPs
- U. S. Code of Federal Regulartions (CFR) 10 CFR 50 for Nuclear Power Plans, and NRG Regulatory Guides
- Industry and plant-specific ANSI and ASTM standards and how they relate to coating inspections
- The purpose, criteria, and type of qualified NPP coating
- Security and safety issues
- Unique requirements of work in a nuclear power plant
- Surface prepartion and application specifi to the various service level areas ina nuclear facility
- Requirements, methods and mean to conduct inspections inside various areas of a NPP
- Coating condition assessments for Coatin Service Level 1 (CSL1) areas
Who Should Attend
- NPP quality assurance managers
- Qualified coating inspectors (minimum CIP Level 1 for certification) who want to perform inspections in nuclear power plant facilities
- Inspection firms - qualified inspectors and managers
- Coating manufacturers sales representatives and technical representatives
- Architectural Engineering Firms - personnel involved in coating inspection and evaluation
- Coating contractors
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission (U.S.) - personnel involved in coating evaluation
- Nuclear power plant workers (non-inspectors) who need to understand what coating inspectors look for – painter supervisors