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Controlling Corrosion in the Amusement Park Industry

Product Number: API_Corrosion_Coatings_eCourse
Industry: Coatings
$99.00
$119.00
$119.00

Controlling Corrosion in the Amusement Park Industry

Proper inspection protocols are an important part of the solution for meeting stringent safety standards and controlling corrosion in the amusement park industry. While protective coatings are the first line of defense against corrosion, coating operations must be simple and efficient but still provide a high level of protection and high-quality aesthetics.

This 90-minute eCourse uses videos to present a range of topics that include the reasons why coatings are applied in the amusement park industry, the basics of corrosion, coating fundamentals, coating selection, conducting coating surveys, and maintenance painting best practices.

Who should take this course:

  •        Coating contractors
  •        Specification writers
  •        Amusement park maintenance personnel
  •        Amusement park safety and facility managers
  •        Amusement park owners and operators

Learning objectives:

  • Describe the four primary reasons in which coatings are used in the Amusement Park Industry
  • Explain how corrosion forms and the electrochemical process that occurs at the anodic and cathodic sites
  • State the difference between general and localized corrosion
  • Summarize the three factors that influence the rate of corrosion
  • Describe how coatings protect against corrosion
  • Explain the four components of a coating
  • State the factors that influence coating selection
  • Discuss how a coating survey is used to evaluate the condition of a structure/ride
  • Summarize the activities conducted in each of the three steps of maintenance painting

The registration price includes both the course and the Coatings Foundations for Amusement Parks Micro-credentential exam.

The initial exam fee is included with the course registration fees.  The Coatings Foundations for Amusement Parks exam is administered through Examity, an online remote proctoring service.  Once you have purchased the course, please allow 5-7 business days to be authorized for the exam


Once authorized, you will receive an email from noreply@examinity.com with login and scheduling instructions for the online portal.  You will need to set up your profile in the online portal and can then schedule the exam at your convenience. 

For further details visit the resources page on our website

Please note:  You will have 1 year from date of purchase to complete the exam or forfeit your fees.

Controlling Corrosion in the Amusement Park Industry

Proper inspection protocols are an important part of the solution for meeting stringent safety standards and controlling corrosion in the amusement park industry. While protective coatings are the first line of defense against corrosion, coating operations must be simple and efficient but still provide a high level of protection and high-quality aesthetics.

This 90-minute eCourse uses videos to present a range of topics that include the reasons why coatings are applied in the amusement park industry, the basics of corrosion, coating fundamentals, coating selection, conducting coating surveys, and maintenance painting best practices.

Who should take this course:

  •        Coating contractors
  •        Specification writers
  •        Amusement park maintenance personnel
  •        Amusement park safety and facility managers
  •        Amusement park owners and operators

Learning objectives:

  • Describe the four primary reasons in which coatings are used in the Amusement Park Industry
  • Explain how corrosion forms and the electrochemical process that occurs at the anodic and cathodic sites
  • State the difference between general and localized corrosion
  • Summarize the three factors that influence the rate of corrosion
  • Describe how coatings protect against corrosion
  • Explain the four components of a coating
  • State the factors that influence coating selection
  • Discuss how a coating survey is used to evaluate the condition of a structure/ride
  • Summarize the activities conducted in each of the three steps of maintenance painting

The registration price includes both the course and the Coatings Foundations for Amusement Parks Micro-credentential exam.

The initial exam fee is included with the course registration fees.  The Coatings Foundations for Amusement Parks exam is administered through Examity, an online remote proctoring service.  Once you have purchased the course, please allow 5-7 business days to be authorized for the exam


Once authorized, you will receive an email from noreply@examinity.com with login and scheduling instructions for the online portal.  You will need to set up your profile in the online portal and can then schedule the exam at your convenience. 

For further details visit the resources page on our website

Please note:  You will have 1 year from date of purchase to complete the exam or forfeit your fees.

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Ethics for the Corrosion Professional (English Version)

Product Number: Ethics eCourse
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The corrosion profession, and the certified professionals who work in the industry, are committed to protecting people, assets and the environment from the effects of corrosion. Those tasked with delivering the technical expertise to society must conduct their work with the knowledge and understanding of the ethical principles expected and required of those professionals.

The NACE International Code of Ethics is discussed in conjunction with case studies and features real-life ethical violations of the NACE International Institute attestations. Frameworks for making ethical decisions are reviewed in this course along with the factors in the corrosion industry that can lead to unethical behavior.

The course is an online, self-paced course in Spanish which should take no longer than 1.5 to 2 hours to complete.

Learning Objectives

Section 1 | Introduction

  • Recognize the importance of upholding ethical standards across the Corrosion Prevention and Control industry.

Section 2 | Professional Ethics

  • Differentiate between ethics, morals and values.
  • Discuss how the Six Pillars of Character embody the ethical values of a professional.
  • Explain why ethics is important within professional settings.

Section 3 | Factors that Lead to Unethical Decision Making

  • Describe what an unethical decision is.
  • Describe how rationalizations are used to justify unethical decisions in a professional setting.
  • Recognize the factors that can lead an individual to make an unethical decision.

Section 4 | Types of Unethical Behavior

  • Identify types of unethical behavior seen when working in the corrosion industry.
  • Describe the consequences of engaging in unethical behavior.

Section 5 | A Framework for Ethical Decision Making

  • Explain what ethical dilemmas are and why they occur within professional environments.
  • Apply an ethical decision-making framework to solve ethical dilemmas.