Cathodic Protection Program
A critical component of corrosion mitigation, cathodic protection is an electrochemical process to control the corrosion of a metal surface by transferring the corrosion from the protected structure to a more easily corroded metal.
The NACE Institute Cathodic Protection (CP) Certification is the most specified and is recognized world-wide as a validation of cathodic protection theory, practical knowledge, and expertise.
NACE Institute CP Certifications are geared towards field personnel, engineers, project managers, and technical salesmen. Knowledge needed for certification include testing, evaluating, and designing of galvanic and impressed current cathodic protection systems. These skills lay the foundation for successful cathodic protection work in the field, which protects companies, public assets, and the environment.