This course and training is designed for professional industrial painters who use protective coatings, work to specifications, and work in a blast yard in the manufacturing, mining or shipping industry.
Lessons are streamed direct to the student, either on, or off the work-site anywhere in the world. Activities and knowledge assessment is undertaken on-line. Practical activities and assessment are performed in the workplace.
The training has been designed for:
- Organisations or companies to train up staff quickly and professionally, on-site, anywhere in the world.
- Use the courses to train up staff, or for inhouse induction training
- Workers in the industry to gain certification for their skills and improve their job opportunities
Topics include SSPC standards and specifications, safety, environmental sustainability, spray-painting, blasting and surface preparation, and understanding two-pack epoxies.
Students can complete the entire course, or individual subjects
- Working in the engineering industry
- Working safely with industrial chemicals and materials
- Handling hazardous blast coating waste
- Abrasive blasting
- Applying single-pack protective coatings by conventional spray
- Applying epoxy protective coatings by airless spray
- Performing inspections and quality control
A$250 per subject
All prices are in Australian dollars
Training: One month per unit to maximum of 12 months
Theory to be completed on-line (Practical to be completed on job-site)
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENT:
Students must be able to pass literacy and numeracy test.
To complete this qualification you must be currently working in an industrial blast yard with access to blasting equipment, industrial two-pack epoxies, testing and quality control tools, and conventional and airless spray guns.
Applicants must also have access to a laptop or computer with a web-cam and internet connection.
Industrial Coating and Blasting Certificate
Internationally recognised certification issued by the National Painting and Decorating Institute