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The ACA Cathodic Protection Authorised Tester is a 2-day intensive course presenting students with theoretical knowledge and practical fundamentals to carry out interference testing from corrosion protection systems. The New South Wales Electricity Supply (Corrosion Protection) Regulation, updated in 2020 states that interference testing is to be conducted by a Tester with appropriate qualifications. This short course covers the fundamentals of conducting interference testing from cathodic protection systems including traction mitigation interference. This course is part of the suit of accreditations and experience needed to satisfy the NSW regulatory requirements.
Who should attend?
Those working in electrolysis and cathodic protection fields in New South Wales.
The purpose of the course is to allow participants to satisfy in part, the requirements in becoming a stray current/ interference authorised tester in accordance with the requirements stated in “New South Wales Electrical Safety (Corrosion Protection) Regulation 2020 Clause 16”.
DURATION: 2 days
METHOD: Lecture format