Appalachian Underground Corrosion Short Course
Register button Online Grades button
Maps and directions button NACE button
FAQ button Full Course button


REGISTRATION

Location and Times: Mylan Park Ruby Community Center
Monday May 14, 2018 - 11:00am to 5:00pm Map
Tuesday May 15, 2018 - 7:30am to 4:00pm Map
Wednesday May 16, 2018 - 7:30am to 4:00pm Map


AUCSC REVIEW COURSE FOR NACE CORROSION TECHNICIAN EXAM

A special four-hour review course for the NACE Corrosion Technician Exam will be held on Monday during the week of the Short Course, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. The fee for taking this review course is $100, which includes a review book. The review course is offered by AUCSC and those wishing to attend should register on their AUCSC registration form.

Registered Appalachian Underground Corrosion Short Course attendees may apply to take the NACE certification exam for Corrosion Technician or any other NACE stand-alone certification exam including Corrosion Technologist, Senior Corrosion Technologist, Specialty Areas, and Corrosion Specialist. A completed application form for exam registration must be submitted to NACE prior to taking any examination. Attendees wishing to take the NACE certification exam may either register through NACE Headquarters before April 12 each year (please contacting NACE International at (281) 228-6211) or register on-site by visiting the NACE table in the Shell Building during Exhibition hours during the week of AUCSC. Please note that any payments made to AUCSC for any of the programs associated with the conference are separate from the NACE certification exam fees and all exam fees must be collected by NACE before the exam can be taken.

Please contact NACE for additional information: (281) 228-6211 or visit www.naceinstitute.org/Certification for NACE certification information.


OUTDOOR CLINIC

An informal presentation covering basic meter hookups and survey techniques, as well as a review of testing problems and techniques. This is a hands-on clinic familiarizing students with instruments used on a daily basis.

Back to Top

 


WHAT'S NEW IN CORROSION CONTROL

Various speakers discuss and display new products and technologies in the corrosion industry.

WHAT'S NEW IN INSTRUMENTATION
WHAT'S NEW IN ANODES AND ELECTRODES
WHAT'S NEW IN ACCESSORIES

Back to Top

 


CORROSION MATHEMATICS

A refresher course on the mathematical fundamentals and procedures used by corrosion technicians. All students are welcome, but students taking the Basic Course are strongly encouraged to attend.

Back to Top

 


BASIC ELECTRICITY

A refresher course covering the basic principles of electricity, with emphasis on those principles that are applicable to the work of corrosion control technicians. All students are welcome, but students taking the Basic Course are strongly encouraged to attend.

Back to Top

 


ROUNDTABLE

This open discussion provides students an opportunity to present questions concerning corrosion control procedures to a group of experienced engineers. Pertinent portions of the Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced voluntary exams will be covered. Questions may be presented either in written form or from the floor.

Back to Top