ACA courses offer the most up-to-date corrosion control information available today and are designed to produce competently trained personnel in a variety of corrosion related fields. Lectured by corrosion professionals with many years of practical experience, courses range from one-day basic corrosion courses to more intensive five-day courses.
Please check the Training Calendar 2013 for course dates.
Please note all course payments will only be accepted in Australian dollars. Please refer to our Booking & Cancellation Policy for further information.
Course Guide: please refer to the ACA Education & Training Guide
Course subjects covered include:
Corrosion and Protection of Reinforced Concrete
Dry Abrassive Blasting
Airless Spray Basics
The ACA also provide a number of NACE and SSPC International courses throughout Australasia, including the NACE Coating Inspection Program, which is the world’s most widely recognised coating inspection certification. Also, the ACA has recently introduced the internationally recognised SSPC C7 Dry Abrasive Blaster and C12 Airless Spray Basics Certification Courses.
The majority of Australasian Corrosion Association courses are recognised by Engineers Australia in their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program. CPD is essential to maintaining up-to-date technical skills and knowledge of processes, technology and legislation. CPD also enables you to attain and maintain your chartered status. ACA courses are recognised under section 2 of the program “Short Courses”, and there is no limit to the number of hours an engineer can claim over a three year period for these courses. More information on the Engineers Australia CPD program is available from http://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/.
If you have any questions regarding ACA training courses, please contact the ACA on +61 (0)3 9890 4833 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The ACA would like to acknowledge the following for their donations of equipment/products and services of equipment used in our training courses: