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SSPC Train and cert long

  1. 1. The In’s and Out’s of SSPC Training and Certification
  2. 2. Who is SSPC? • SSPC is the Society for Protective Coatings (Formerly known as the Steel Structures Painting Council) • Not-for-profit educational, technical society focused on the protective coatings of steel and concrete industrial structures • Works with coatings professionals to set and maintain standards of “good practice” • Information resource
  3. 3. SSPC Training and Certification Programs • Surface Preparation & Coating Application • Inspection • Coatings Technology, Management & Safety
  4. 4. Individual Certification
  5. 5. Training and Certification • SSPC Courses > Abrasive Blasting Program (C7) > Aerospace Coating Application Specialist Certification Program (ACAS) > Airless Spray Basics (C12) > Applicator Train-the-Trainer Program (ATT) > Applicator Training Basics (ATB) eCourse > Basics of Concrete Surface Preparation eCourse
  6. 6. Training and Certification (cont’d) > Basics of Estimating Industrial Coatings Projects > Basics of Nonferrous eCourse > Basics of Steel Surface Preparation eCourse > Bridge Coatings Inspector Program (BCI) > Bridge Maintenance: Conducting Coating Assessments > Coating Application Specialist Certification Program (CAS) > Coating Specification Essentials 6
  7. 7. Training and Certification (cont’d) > Concrete Coating Basics > Concrete Coating Inspector Program (CCI) > CCI Supplement: Determining the Level of Moisture in Concrete > Evaluating Common Coating Contract clauses > Floor Coating Basics > Fundamentals of Protective Coatings (C1) - Fundamentals of Protective Coatings (C1) eCourse
  8. 8. Training and Certification (cont’d) > Inspection Planning and Documentation > Lead Paint Removal (C3) > Lead Paint Removal Refresher (C5) > Lead Paint Worker Safety > Marine Coatings - Marine Coatings eCourse > Marine Plural Component Program (MPCAC, C14)
  9. 9. Training and Certification (cont’d) > Natural and Accelerated Weathering of Coatings > Navigating Standard Item 009-32 > NAVSEA Basic Paint Inspector (NBPI) > Planning and Specifying Industrial Projects (C2) - Planning and Specifying Industrial Coatings Projects (C2) eCourse > Plural Component Application for Polyureas and High Solid Coatings > Project Management for the Industrial Painting Contractor
  10. 10. Training and Certification (cont’d) > Protective Coatings Inspector Program (PCI) -Protective Coatings Inspector Program (PCI) Online > Protective Coatings Specialist (PCS) Program > Quality Control Supervisor (QCS) -Quality Control Supervisor (QCS) eCourse > Thermal Spray Training > Using SSPC PA2 Effectively > Webinars > Water Jetting Program (C13)
  11. 11. SSPC/JCPL Webinar Series • Free Webinars • Schedule, details, registration via links on paintsquare.com • CEUs are available that may be used toward SSPC recertification's > Take online quiz following the webinar > $25 fee • All participants receive certificate of completion
  12. 12. CAREER PATH Salesman/Project Mgr/Forman Fundamentals of Protective Coatings (C1) or C1-E Planning and Specifying Industrial Projects (C2) or C2-E Protective Coatings Specialist (PCS) Program
  13. 13. C-1 or C-1E Level: Basic Duration: 40 Hours Credits: 3.8 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This course provides a practical and comprehensive overview for those who are new to the protective coatings industry.
  14. 14. C-2 or C-2E Level: Advanced Duration: 40 Hours Credits: 3.8 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This course is designed to an overview of the principles of planning, awarding, and monitoring the quality of new construction or maintenance painting projects.
  15. 15. PCS Level: Advanced Duration: 4 Hour Written Exam Credits: N/A Certification Terms: 4 years The Protective Coatings Specialist certification program (PCS) identifies and awards recognition to individuals who have in-depth knowledge in the principles and practices of industrial coatings technology.
  16. 16. Career Path Applicator Applicator Training Basics (ATB) eCourse Abrasive Blasting Program (C7) Airless Spray Basics (C12) See Next Slide
  17. 17. Marine Plural Comp(C 14) Plural Comp Basics Once you have C7 & C12 Thermal Spray Training Water Jetting Program (C13)
  18. 18. C7 C12 CAS
  19. 19. Applicator Training Basics eCourse Level: Basic Duration: 20-Week Semester Credits: 3.8 Certification Term: N/A Course Content: -Corrosion + Surf Prep -Abrasive Materials -Coating Materials -Application Methods of Protective Coatings -Process Control + Safety
  20. 20. Abrasive Blasting Program (C7) Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days Credits: 0.6 CEU’s Certification Term: 5 Years C7 is designed for contractor personnel who wish to obtain certification or others who wish to learn about dry abrasive blast cleaning of steel.
  21. 21. Airless Spray Basics (C12) Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days/16 Hours Credits: 0.6 CEU’s Certification Term: 5 Years This program assesses the skills of sprayers who have a minimum of 800 hours applying protective coatings with airless spray in an industrial or marine environment.
  22. 22. SSPC Coating Application Specialist (CAS) Certification The SSPC Coating Application Specialist Certification Program is designed to certify those individual craft workers who have experience and training in all aspects of handson surface preparation and coating application of complex industrial and marine structures.
  23. 23. SSPC’s CAS Program
  24. 24. SSPC CAREER PATH Applicator/Inspector Using SSPC PA 2 Effectively C1 C7/C12 Protective Coatings Inspector Program (PCI)
  25. 25. Using SSPC PA 2 Effectively Level: Basic Duration: Half Day / 4 Hours Credits: 0.4 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A Students will learn to verify the accuracy of a DFT magnetic gage; measure the DFT of a coating with Type 1 or Type 2 gage.
  26. 26. C-1/C-7/C-12
  27. 27. Protective Coatings Inspector Program (PCI) The objective of this course is to thoroughly train individuals in the proper methods of inspecting surface preparation and installation of industrial and marine protective coatings and lining systems on an array of industrial structures and facilities.
  28. 28. PCI • NAVSEA Basic Paint • Inspector Program (NBPI) PCI • Bridge • Coatings Inspector Program (BCI) PCI • Concrete Coating Inspector Program (CCI)
  29. 29. NAVSEA Basic Paint Inspector (NBPI) Level: Advanced Duration: 5 Days Credits: 3.8 CEUs Certification Term: 4 Years The NBPI course is designed to train coatings inspectors to inspect critical coated areas as defined by US Navy policy documents.
  30. 30. Bridge Coating Inspector Program (BCI) Duration: 6 days Credits: 4.5 CEUs Certification Term: 4 Years The BCI course covers the fundamentals of how to inspect surface preparation and application of protective coatings on bridge steel.
  31. 31. Concrete Coating Inspector (CCI) Level: Advanced Duration: 6 days Credits: 4.5 CEUs Certification Term: 4 years The objective of this course is to thoroughly train individuals in the proper methods of inspecting surface preparation and installation of industrial protective coatings on concrete industrial structures and facilities.
  32. 32. BCI PCI NBPI Master Coatings Inspector Certificate (MCI) CCI
  33. 33. Master Coatings Inspector Program (MCI) The goal of the Master Coatings Inspector program is solely to recognize and honor those individuals whose experience and training has afforded them the prestige of multiple inspector certifications.
  34. 34. Career Path for a Project Mgr or Supervisor Project Mgmt for the Evaluating Industrial Common Painting Coating Contracto Contract r Basics Clauses of Estimating Quality Control Supervis or (QCS)
  35. 35. Basics of Estimating Industrial Coatings Projects Level: Basic Duration: Half Day / 5 Hours Credits: 0.5 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This program covers the fundamentals of estimating industrial painting job costs including surface area calculations, labor and production rates, and equipment and material requirements.
  36. 36. Evaluating Common Coating Contract Clauses Level: Basic Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours Credits: 0.8 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This course provides a basic overview of those clauses most common to coatings contracts. It follows the outline of a standard construction contract while also teaching students to identify the key provisions that may be missing from contracts they receive.
  37. 37. Project Management for the Industrial Painting Contractor Level: Basic Duration: 2 days / 16 hours Credits: 1.5 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This course covers concepts used on industrial painting projects. -Generating new business -Reviewing contracts -Navigating employee relations -Building safety into the job
  38. 38. Quality Control Supervisor (QCS) or QCS E Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days/16 Hours Credits: 1.5 CEU Certification Terms: N/A It provides an overview of the quality management aspects of surface preparation, paint, coatings, and inspection operations that a QCS needs to know to ensure delivery of a quality product to customers
  39. 39. Career Path for Concrete Coatings Industry Basics of Concrete Surface Preparation eCourse Concrete Coating Basics or Floor Coating Basics Concrete Coating Inspector Program (CCI)
  40. 40. Basics of Concrete Surface Preparation eCourse Level: Basic Duration: 5-Hours Credits: 0.5 CEUs Certification Term: N/A This course defines surface preparation for concrete and provides an overview of the methods and the standards referenced when preparing concrete for installation of the coating/surfacing.
  41. 41. Concrete Coatings Basics Or Floor Coatings Basics Level: Basic Duration: 2 Days/16 Hours Credits: 1.5 CEU Certification Terms: N/A • Covers horizontal and Concrete Coatings Basics vertical substrates Floor Coatings • Covers horizontal substrates Basics
  42. 42. CCI
  43. 43. Career Path in Lead Lead Paint Worker Safety Lead Paint Removal (C3) Lead Paint Removal Refresher (C5)
  44. 44. Lead Paint Worker Safety Level: Basic Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours Credits: 0.8 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This one-day course provides training for workers on lead paint abatement and removal from steel structures. It starts with a review of basic information about lead and the human health hazards associated with it.
  45. 45. Lead Paint Removal (C3) Level: Intermediate Duration: 4 Days / 32 Hours Credits: 3.0 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A C3 includes background information on the hazards of lead and other toxic metals as well as the current legal and regulatory environment. The course contains specific discussions on protecting workers; compliance with environmental regulations; proper management of waste streams and operations that result in potential exposures to lead; and associated control technology.
  46. 46. Lead Paint Removal Refresher (C5) Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours Credits: 0.8 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This one-day course provides refresher training for supervisors/competent persons who are responsible for industrial deleading operations.
  47. 47. Career Path Marine Industry Marine Coatings Navigating Standard Item 009-32 NAVSEA Basic Paint Inspector (NBPI)
  48. 48. Marine Coatings Level: Basic Duration: 5 Days / 40 Hours Credits: 3.8 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A A five-day fundamental training program that covers the practical aspects of the selection, specification and use of coatings in a safe, effective, and economical manner to protect structures in harsh marine environments.
  49. 49. Navigating Standard Item 009-32 Level: Basic Duration: 1 Day / 8 Hours Credits: 0.7 CEUs Certification Terms: N/A This one-day course describes the naval ship cleaning and painting requirements found in Standard Item 009-32. It covers the cleanliness, surface preparation, coating application requirements, and system application instructions for various Navy vessels.
  50. 50. NBPI
  51. 51. Recertification All SSPC-certified professionals must periodically renew their certifications. •Renewal exams online. •Notified by mail in plenty of time to complete their renewals.
  52. 52. SSPC Corporate Members get free training ! As an SSPC Organizational Member, you have the option to use your Flex Points toward free SSPC training courses. The SSPC Flexible Benefits package allows you to customize your membership to get the most value for your company.
  53. 53. Flex Points SSPC company members can use their “Flex” points to get additional discounts ($200 off per course for in-person classes) or get the below online training for FREE! C1 or C2 or Marine eCourse 15 Points Applicator Training eCourse 6 Points QCS eCourse 6 Points Surf Prep of Non Ferrous Metals 3 Points Surf Prep of Concrete or Surf Prep of Steel 3 Points
  54. 54. Publications • Good Painting Practice Vol. 1 • Systems and Specifications Vol. 2 • Visual Standards • Standards Compilations • Much more…
  55. 55. SSPC Standards
  56. 56. SSPC Consensus Standards SSPC has 101 active consensus standards, including standards for: •Surface Preparation (17) •Abrasives (4) •Paint System (5) •Paints (18) •Paint Application (10) •QP Including QS 1 (9) •ACS Certification Standard (1) •Others (37)
  57. 57. SSPC Online www.sspc.org
  58. 58. SSPC Conferences • Feb. 9 – 13, 2014 Orlando, FL • Feb. 3 – 6, 2015 Las Vegas, NV • Jan. 18 – 21, 2016 San Antonio, TX
  59. 59. SSPC Local Chapters • 8 Domestic (US) Chapters • 10 International Chapters
  60. 60. Chapter Initiatives • • • • • • Rewrite Chapter Guidelines Chapter Chairs Listserve Local Chapter Websites SSPC Training Offerings Monthly Chapter Newsletter Survey to see what chapters want/need
  61. 61. SSPC Staff
  62. 62. Any Questions? Thank You!

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