Who should apply
Candidates will have a firm grasp of internal corrosion and assessment methods, including both direct and indirect methods. Successful candidates will also have knowledge of locating internal corrosion damage, system evaluation, and monitoring strategy and techniques.
The successful candidates will also understand internal corrosion mitigation methods, including selecting the appropriate methods, implementing these methods, and determining their effectiveness. Long-term integrity management and data integration is also important.
Steps to Certification
Apply for Certification
Work experience and education requirements
8 years of verifiable internal corrosion-related work experience in a pipeline environment
AND active Internal Corrosion Technologist Certification
Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Science or Engineering with 4 years of verifiable internal corrosion-related work experience in a pipeline environment
Course requirements and suggestions
Successful completion of the following course: NACE Internal Corrosion for Pipelines - Advanced Course
Certification and application requirements
Approved Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist Application
Core exam requirements
Certification Exam – Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist Theory Exam