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Instruction: Chris Hooter, IUPAT DC 17 Director of Training

Where: IUPAT DC 17 / L739 Saskatoon Office

When: 745am to 4pm daily

SSPC C2 Planning & Specifying Industrial Coatings Projects
Course Description
This course is designed to provide those who understand coating fundamentals with an overview of the principles of planning, awarding, and monitoring the quality of new construction or maintenance painting projects. After completing this training program, students will be familiar with tools to develop effective coating projects and play a more active role in managing painting projects to successful completion.

Course Content
Roles and Responsibilities of Contracting Parties
Specifications for Coatings Projects
Preparing, Awarding, and Managing Coating Contracts
Quality Management
New Construction and Maintenance Painting
Economic Considerations for Industrial Coating Projects
Coating Failures – Causes, Identification, and Analysis
Safety and Environmental Concerns for Owners and Coating Contractors

Benefits of Attending
After attending this course, you will be able to:
Identify the key issues in managing a coatings project, including contracts, specifications, coating selection, and the roles of project participants
Analyze and prepare a coating specification through the use of corporate engineering standards
Recognize the cost of corrosion and select materials to mitigate it
Estimate accurately in project cost analysis
Define scheduling requirements, exposure environments, and coating systems for new construction
Conduct facility condition surveys and analyses for maintenance painting
Apply documentation methods during project administration
Recognize coating failures
Identify and comply with relevant environmental regulations

Course Format
Each participant will receive a comprehensive manual that includes a glossary of terms, references for additional reading, and copies of relevant handouts, standards, and regulations as well as an overview of the coating fundamentals covered in SSPC’s C1 course. Students can refer to this overview as needed during the C2 course for a refresher. Topics covered in this course assume a knowledge of the fundamentals.
The written exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. To receive a certificate and CEUs, you must attend all 40 hours of the course and attain a 70% or better score on the exam.

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