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D, CPO Recommended Facilities Corrosion Training Summary(Attachment to the CPC Source Training ng))Background: The Department of Defense (DoD) acquires, operates, and maintains a vast array ofphysical assets, including vehicles, aircraft, ships, materiel and facilities such as wharves, buildings,and other stationary structures and infrastructure. All of these assets are susceptible to corrosion.Facilities assets affected by corrosion are extensive and the associated maintenance costs are high. Inthe face of limited budgets, the best possible life-cycle decisions must be made. Design andsustainment professionals must be prepared through education, training and experience to fulfill thechallenge of being successful despite resource limitations.Engineers and Architects must address a broad range of Corrosion Prevention and Control (CPC)requirements at each installation to include designing and specifying facilities to reach intended lifecycle expectations which may require the selection of enhanced materials and coatings in severelycorrosive environments. It is typical for many DoD facilities to be in service in excess of 50 years.Foundations, structural elements, utilities, piping, insulation, and other building components that areburied or located in walls, ceilings, crawl spaces, interstitial spaces, and duct banks should bedesigned considering these service life realities. In addition, ensuring that design and constructionare inclusive of the realities of maintaining a facility after the project is completed is essential.Design, construction, and sustainment professionals are tasked with oversight of quality andcommissioning actions, and ultimately the operation of facilities at DoD installations. Beingprepared to face CPC challenges includes finding and completing appropriate training.Discussion: The D, CPO has provided access to a broad range of CPC education and trainingopportunities for DoD personnel. Limited funds are available for students seeking to enroll in most ofthese courses each year; see the last section of this document for SSPC and NACE Internationaltraining information and contacts. See also WBDG CPC Training opportunities in both the CPCSource Training Page and the DoD Courses Section under Continuing Education. Table 1 seeks tosimplify the task of determining which courses best fit the need of the individual and the organization.Table 1 is organized to assist each DoD organization in achieving appropriate knowledge levels tomeet mission and employee CPC development requirements to include associated credit hours (CEU,PDH, CLP, etc.). The courses listed in Table 1 are ordered by “Track” and “Knowledge.”“Proficiency Level” explanations are provided to further assist the user in determining where theirindividual skills might coincide with the recommended courses and topics. This includes just-in-timetraining to support new or existing career development requirements and objectives.These courses are placed in logical order by Track and Level but are not ordered by pre-requisitesunless specifically stated by NACE or SSPC. It should be noted here that these courses are not beingpresented as a DoD requirement. Their presentation here is a suggestion for organizations andindividuals to better position themselves to manage limited resources related to CPC.Recommendation: It is recommended that DoD components and their employees utilize Table 1 toestablish and meet their CPC training needs.Prepared by Joseph C. Dean, P.E. and Cynthia GreenwoodJune 10, 20181

Table 1 Facilities (Design, Construction, Repair, Sustainment) Course Recommendations*TracksTrack 1 – BasicKnowledgeLevel: Basic or General KnowledgeEntry-level knowledge development oftenfocused on a specific interest or subjectarea. At this level, courses should assist inestablishing learning needs at the nextIntermediate & Advanced levels.Knowledge listed below is essential forPlanners & Program Managers.Level: IntermediateConsistent with the non-specific knowledgeneeds at this level, more advanced learningopportunities are provided below. Planners &program managers whose project workloadincludes specific CPC requirements shouldachieve this level of knowledge. In addition,some courses offer a practical, in-depthoverview of a content area for specialists newto a particular industry.Level: AdvancedDevelopment of an advanced level ofexpertise with the course options listedbelow or from other sources.WBDG Vignette (1) Corrosion Overview3WBDG Vignette (6) Cathodic Protection3NACE CP Interference (4.8 CEU’s)WBDG Vignette (3) Intro to Paints &Coatings3SSPC Floor Coating Basics1 (1.5 CEU’s)NACE Marine Coating Technology (3.1 CEU)(Prerequisite: CIP Level I (4.9 CEU); CIP LevelII (4.9 CEU) recommended)DAU CLM 038 Corrosion Prevention &Control Overview (8 CLP)DAU CLE 070 Corrosion & PolymericCoatings (1CLP)NACE Basic Corrosion (3.6 CEU’s)SSPC Marine Coatings (Basic) (3.8 CEU’s)SSPC Fundamentals of Protective Coatings1 (3.8CEU’s)SSPC Natural & Accelerated Weathering ofCoatings (Intermediate) (.8 CEU’s)SSPC Selection of Coatings1 (.8 CEU’s)CPC of Utilities and Buried Structures (DoDWBDG) (1 PDH)CPO Basic CorrosionCathodic Protection Basics (DoD WBDG) (1PDH)Waterfront and Coastal Structures (DoDWBDG) (1 PDH)NACE Industrial Coatings Application eCourse (4 Modules with differing PDH levels)2Prepared by Joseph C. Dean, P.E. and Cynthia GreenwoodJune 10, 20182

Table 1 Facilities (Design, Construction, Repair, Sustainment) Course Recommendations*TracksTrack 2 –Subject MatterExpertLevel: Basic or General KnowledgeTargeted at the developmentalEngineer/Architect who is learning howvarious aspects of the design process fittogether with that individual’s specialtyarea of expertise. Includes CPCcoordination with disciplines, gatheringanalytic & design data, researchingcriteria, codes, WBDG, QA/QC/Cx, LifeCycle Cost Analysis, etc. The SMEdevelops CPC knowledge to establish howit best fits into the design process toachieve life-cycle expectations. This levelwill identify relevant certificationsrequired to move to the Intermediate level.Level: IntermediateThe SME develops professional competenciesbeyond the Basic Level and can applyintermediate level CPC knowledge assessment& problem solving along with makingcontributions to the development of thefacility design. Includes identification of theCPC requirement, selection/editing of theappropriate criteria (e.g. UFC, UFGS, etc.) toachieve life-cycle expectations. Continuedcertifications will be expected to ensureenhanced support to the field in meetingmission requirements.Level: AdvancedConsistent with employee developmentgoals & requirements, this level mightinclude the requirement to be a PE/RA,DAIWIA Level 3, and become anestablished “SME” in their discipline area.CPC knowledge should be commensuratewith the level of expertise required forcertification/registration. An SME providesfield support, problem-solvingrecommendations, & collaborates withother disciplines to achieve required levelsof CPC consistent with life-cycleexpectations.DAU CLM 038 Corrosion Prevention &Control Overview (8 CLP)NACE Coating Inspector Level 2 (4.9 CEU’s);NACE Coating Inspector Level Peer ReviewExam Only (CEU’s NA)NACE CP Level 2 (4.5 CEU) & 3 (5.1 CEU)DAU CLE 070 Corrosion & PolymericCoatings (1 CLP)NACE Marine Coatings (3.1 CEU’s);SSPC Abrasive Blasting Program (C7) –(Intermediate level) (.75 CEU’s)NACE CP Level 4 (5.3 CEU’s)NACE CP Level 1 (4.5 CEU)SSPC Coating Application Specialist Level 2(Interim & Full Status) (CEU’s NA)NACE Corrosion Specialist Certification (CEUsNA-Special Certification)2SSPC Applicator Training Basics (required forCAS Certification) (3.8 CEU’s)SSPC Plural Component Application forPolyureas/High Solid Coatings (1.5 CEU’s)SSPC Protective Coatings Inspector Level 1, 2,3 (3.8, 2.3, 2.3 CEU’s)SSPC Coating Application Specialist Level 1(0 CEU’s)SSPC Spray Application Certification (3 options)(.6, .8 & 0 CEU’s)SSPC Master Coatings Inspector Program(CEU’s NA; Special Certification)SSPC Concrete Coating Basics (1.5 CEU’s)(required for Concrete Coating InspectorCertification (3.8 CEU’s)SSPC Thermal Spray Inspector Training(Intermediate) (.8 CEU’s)SSPC Protective Coatings Specialist (CEU’sNA)SSPC Water Jetting Program (Intermediate) (.6CEU’s)SSPC Surface Prep & Paint Application for PowerTool Cleaning Operators & Brush/Roll PaintApplicators Certification (Intermediate) (.7CEU’s)SSPC Concrete Coating Inspector Program(Multiple paths) (3.8 CEU’s but varies)NACE Coating Inspector Level 1 (4.9 CEU’s)Cathodic Protection Basics (DoD WBDG) (1PDH)Waterfront and Coastal Structures (DoDWBDG) (1 PDH)Prepared by Joseph C. Dean, P.E. and Cynthia GreenwoodJune 10, 2018SSPC Supplement: Determining Level ofMoisture in Concrete (.8 CEU’s)3

Table 1 Facilities (Design, Construction, Repair, Sustainment) Course Recommendations*TracksLevel: Basic or General KnowledgeLevel: IntermediateLevel: AdvancedNACE Industrial Coatings Application eCourse (4 Modules with differing PDH levels)2SSPC Marine Plural Component Program(Intermediate) (.8 CEU’s)SSPC Plural Component Application forPolyureas/High Solids Coatings Cert Program(1.5 CEU’s)CPC of Utilities and Buried Structures (DoDWBDG) (1 PDH)Prepared by Joseph C. Dean, P.E. and Cynthia GreenwoodJune 10, 2018SSPC Bridge Coating Inspector Program (1&2)(3.7 CEU’s)4

Table 1 Facilities (Design, Construction, Repair, Sustainment) Course Recommendations*TracksTrack 3 –Inspector,ConstructionSurveillanceLevel: Basic or General KnowledgeEntry-level knowledge development ofCPC skills for construction QA/QC/Cxoversight, safety & technical support.Extensive training required to develop howCPC relates to building systems to includedesign geometrics. Beginner knowledge ofcoating application, cathodic protection,design geometrics and surface preparationis required.Level: IntermediateWorks more independently on projects &issues of greater scope & complexity. Buildsupon knowledge gained at the basic level.Develops ability to interpret plans &specifications, RFP, & construction costissues. Knowledge of Building Systems &associated CPC vulnerabilities & bestpractices. Must translate standardconstruction practice & evaluate and performQA on various contract delivery methods toensure that CPC is addressed in thecompleted design & project.Level: AdvancedExpected to function at the journeymanlevel & to fully function independently onassigned projects leveraging specializedexpertise gained through years ofexperience & knowledge development. CPCknowledge & skills application for theadvanced level employee is key to successfulprovision of QA/QC/Cx & technicaloversight of construction projects.Supervision & management oversight, aswell as various CPC-related certifications,may be required at this level.WBDG Vignette (1) Corrosion Overview3SSPC: Fundamentals of Protective Coatings1 (3.8CEU’s)SSPC Master Coatings Inspector Program(CEU’s NA; Special Certification)SSPC Inspecting Containment (Intermediate) (.7CEU’s)SSPC Concrete Coating Inspector Program (3.8CEU’s but varies)SSPC Lead Paint Removal (Intermediate) (3.0CEU’s)SSPC Inspection Planning & Documentation(1.4 CEU’s)SSPC Lead Paint Worker Safety1 (.8 CEU’s)SSPC Planning/Specifying Industrial CoatingsProjects (Advanced) (3.9 CEU’s)WBDG Vignette (3) Intro to Paints &Coatings3WBDG Vignette (5) F&I CPC Construction &QC3WBDG Vignette (6) Cathodic Protection3DAU CLM 038 Corrosion Prevention &Control Overview (8 CLP)DAU CLE 070 Corrosion & PolymericCoatings (1 CLP)SSPC Quality Control Supervisor (Intermediate)(1.5 CEU’s)SSPC Thermal Spray Inspector Training(Intermediate) (.8 CEU’s)NACE Basic Corrosion (3.6 CEU)SSPC Marine Coatings (Basic) (3.8 CEU’s)CPO Basic CorrosionCathodic Protection Basics (DoD WBDG) (1PDH)Waterfront and Coastal Structures (DoDWBDG) (1 PDH)Prepared by Joseph C. Dean, P.E. and Cynthia GreenwoodJune 10, 2018SSPC Industrial Coating Safety Management (2.4CEU’s)1NACE: Coatings in Conjunction with CathodicProtection2 (3.8 CEU’s)NACE Offshore Corrosion Assessment Training(3.8 CEU’s)NACE Inline Inspection2 (part of PipelineSSPC Bridge Coating Inspector Program-Levels1 and 2 (Advanced) (3.7 CEU’s)SSPC Bridge Maintenance-Conducting CoatingAssessments (Advanced) (3.7 CEU’s)NACE CP Interference (4.8 CEU’s)(Prerequisite: CP 3 (5.1 CEU’s) Certificationrecommended)NACE Marine Coating Technology(Prerequisite: CIP Level I (4.9 CEU’s); CIPLevel II (4.9 CEU’s) (Recommended)NACE Internal Corrosion for PipelinesAdvanced (3.4 CEU’s)5

Table 1 Facilities (Design, Construction, Repair, Sustainment) Course Recommendations*TracksLevel: Basic or General KnowledgeLevel: IntermediateLevel: AdvancedNACE Industrial Coatings Application eCourse (4 Modules with differing PDH levels)2Corrosion Integrity Management Program) (3.4CEU’s)NACE Internal Corrosion for Pipelines-Basic1(3.8 CEU’s)NACE Direct Assessment2 (of PipelineIntegrity) (3.4 CEU’s)NACE Corrosion Prevention and ControlManagement e-Course2CPC of Utilities and Buried Structures (DoDWBDG) (1 PDH)Prepared by Joseph C. Dean, P.E. and Cynthia GreenwoodJune 10, 2018NACE Internal Corrosion Technologist (Prerequisite: Internal Corrosion for Pipelines –Basic)2NACE Internal Corrosion Technologist (Prerequisite: Internal Corrosion for Pipelines –Advanced)26

Table 1 Facilities (Design, Construction, Repair, Sustainment) Course Recommendations*TracksTrack 4 –Designer(Architect,Engineer, OtherDesignProfessional)Level: Basic or General KnowledgeDevelopmental Designer learning howvarious aspects of the design processcomes together. Includes coordination withother disciplines, gathering design data,researching criteria, codes, WBDG &other sources of information from theWBDG NDBM. Develops CPC knowledgeto establish how best to fit into the designprocess for life-cycle expectations.Level: IntermediateCan apply intermediate-level CPC knowledgeto the development of the facility design toinclude identif