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QATAR TECHNICAL PETROLEUM CENTER, P.O. Box 9955, Salwa Road, Doha, Qatar. Tel: +974 4458 1440. Fax: +974 4458 0414 Email: [email protected] URL: www.qtpc.qa NACE: CIP Level II Description The CIP Level II Course focuses on advanced inspection techniques and specialized application for both steel and non-steel substrates. The course includes in-depth coverage of surface preparation, coating types, inspection criteria, and failure modes for various coatings including specialized coatings and linings. Who Should Attend Anyone who is interested in increasing his or her coating inspection knowledge, or wants to become NACE Coating Inspector Level II–Certified, should attend this course. Prerequisites Successful completion of CIP Level I classroom training or CIP Exam Course I is required to register for CIP Level II. Course Highlights (include but are not limited to) • Dehumidification • Centrifugal Blast Cleaning • WaterJetting • Coating Types and Inspection Criteria • Hot- Dip Galvanizing • Spray Metalizing • Concrete and Cementitious Surfaces • Pipeline Coatings • Specialized Application Equipment • Use of Inspection Procedures for Both Destructive and Nondestructive Test Instruments • Inspection Instruments Lab • Laboratory Instruments and Test Methods • Coating Survey Techniques • Cathodic Protection • Team Exercises/Case Studies QATAR TECHNICAL PETROLEUM CENTER QTPC - AN ISO 9001:2008 Regd.

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QATAR TECHNICAL PETROLEUM CENTER, P.O. Box 9955, Salwa Road, Doha, Qatar.Tel: +974 4458 1440. Fax: +974 4458 0414 Email: [email protected] URL: www.qtpc.qa

NACE: CIP Level II

DescriptionThe CIP Level II Course focuses on advanced inspection techniques and specialized application for both steel and non-steel substrates. The course includes in-depth coverage of surface preparation, coating types, inspection criteria, and failure modes for various coatings including specialized coatings and linings.

Who Should AttendAnyone who is interested in increasing his or her coating inspection knowledge, or wants to become NACE Coating Inspector Level II–Certified, should attend this course.

PrerequisitesSuccessful completion of CIP Level I classroom training or CIP Exam Course I is required to register for CIP Level II.

Course Highlights (include but are not limited to)• Dehumidification

• Centrifugal Blast Cleaning

• WaterJetting

• Coating Types and Inspection Criteria

• Hot- Dip Galvanizing

• Spray Metalizing

• Concrete and Cementitious Surfaces

• Pipeline Coatings

• Specialized Application Equipment

• Use of Inspection Procedures for Both Destructive and Nondestructive Test Instruments

• Inspection Instruments Lab

• Laboratory Instruments and Test Methods

• Coating Survey Techniques

• Cathodic Protection

• Team Exercises/Case Studies

QATAR TECHNICAL PETROLEUM CENTERQTPC - AN ISO 9001:2008 Regd.

NACE: CIP Level IIQATAR TECHNICAL PETROLEUM CENTER

QATAR TECHNICAL PETROLEUM CENTER, P.O. Box 9955, Salwa Road, Doha, Qatar.Tel: +974 4458 1440. Fax: +974 4458 0414 Email: [email protected] URL: www.qtpc.qa

About the Instructor

EXPERIENCE

ROBERT M. ROYNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COATINGS ENGINEERS, Houston, TexasPORTSMOUTH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Study Emphasis– Drafting and Architecture

• UNIVERSAL INSPECTION GROUP, LLC – Sept 2006 – PRESENT -- President• 1994 to PRESENT NACE INTERNATIONAL COATINGS LEAD INSTRUCTOR National Association of Coating Engineers (NACE), 1440 South Creek Drive, Houston, Texas 77084• 1993 to PRESENT – NACE INTERNATIONAL CERTIFIED COATING INSPECTOR (# 2487)• NOVEMBER 1997 TO PRESENT – CEO KMA• JANUARY 1990 TO NOVEMBER 1997 – INDUSTRIAL SALES REPRESENATIVE Carboline Company, 350 Hanley Industrial Court, Saint Louis, Missouri 63144• JANUARY 1983 TO JANUARY 1990 – INDUSTRIAL SALES REPRESENATIVE Tnemec East, Incorporated/Righter Corporation, 100 Unicorn Park Drive, Woburn, Massachusetts.• 1981 to 1983 – INDUSTRIAL SALES COORDINATOR PPG Industries Incorporated, Silas Dean Highway, Rocky Hill, Connecticut• 1973 to 1981 – MANAGER PPG Industries Incorporated, Bank Street, New London, Connecticut• 1971 to 1973 – ASSISTANT MANAGER PPG Industries, Incorporated, Bank Street, New London, Connecticut• October 1967 to October 1971 – TM2/SS (Highest Grade Held) United States Navy – Submarine Service Nuclear

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS• NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COATINGS ENGINEERS (NACE), Member Since 1992

• CONNECTICUT FIRE MARSHAL’S ASSOCIATION, Member Since 1985

• CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATION INSTITUTE (CSI), Member since 1975

Past Member of Board of Directors, Hartford Chapter & Housatonic Chapter

• STEEL STRUCTURES PAINTING COUNCIL (SSPC), Member Since 1972

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS• PENSION COMMITTEE, City of New London, 1996 to 1998

• PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION, City of New London, 1983 to 1998

• MARINE COMMERCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, City of New London, Member since 1984

• BIG BROTHERS & SISTERS, New London Chapter, Since 1975. Past Member of the Board of Directors,

Awarded – Big Brother Emeritus and Big Brother of New England – 1984.

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