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NACE and B.GAS Training

NACE and B.GAS Training: Building Expertise in Corrosion Control and Coating Inspection

NACE Training Program: Elevating Corrosion Control and Coating Expertise

Corrosion can wreak havoc on infrastructure and industrial assets, leading to significant safety risks and economic losses. Our NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) Training Program is designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to combat corrosion effectively and maintain the integrity of structures and materials.

Program Highlights:

  • Comprehensive Curriculum: Our NACE Training Program covers a wide range of topics, including corrosion mechanisms, prevention techniques, material selection, and advanced coating technologies.
  • Expert Instructors: Learn from industry experts who bring real-world experience and insights to the classroom, providing valuable perspectives on corrosion challenges and solutions.
  • Hands-On Training: Practical exercises and simulations allow participants to apply theoretical knowledge to real-life scenarios, enhancing their problem-solving abilities.
  • Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants receive NACE certification, recognized globally as a mark of corrosion control proficiency.
  • Career Opportunities: NACE-certified professionals are in high demand across industries such as oil and gas, construction, manufacturing, and infrastructure development.

Join our NACE Training Program and become a corrosion control specialist, contributing to the longevity and safety of critical assets.

B.GAS Training Program: Mastering the Art of Industrial Painting and Coating Inspection

Industrial painting and coating play a vital role in preserving structures and equipment from the damaging effects of environmental factors. Our B.GAS (British Gas) Training Program is designed to train individuals in the art of coating inspection, ensuring high-quality and durable protective coatings.

Program Highlights:

  • Thorough Curriculum: The B.GAS Training Program covers all aspects of industrial painting and coating inspection, including surface preparation, application techniques, inspection methods, and quality assurance.
  • Industry-Recognized Certification: Upon successful completion, participants earn a B.GAS certification, a testament to their competence in assessing and ensuring the effectiveness of protective coatings.
  • Practical Training: Engage in hands-on exercises that replicate real-world coating inspection scenarios, enabling participants to develop a keen eye for detail and proficiency in evaluating coating applications.
  • Experienced Faculty: Learn from experienced professionals with a deep understanding of coating materials, application processes, and industry standards.
  • Career Growth: B.GAS-certified individuals are well-equipped for roles in quality control, coating inspection, and corrosion protection within industries like manufacturing, construction, and maritime.

Enroll in our B.GAS Training Program and become a skilled coating inspector, contributing to the durability and aesthetics of various structures and equipment.


Fee for both NACE and B.GAS training programs:

Training Program           


Preparation Fee

NACE Training Program









B.Gas Training Program










Eligibility criteria for both the NACE and B.GAS training programs:

Training Program

Eligibility Criteria

NACE Training Program

- High school diploma or equivalent


- Basic understanding of corrosion principles


- Relevant industry experience (varies by level)

B.Gas Training Program

- High school diploma or equivalent


- Interest in industrial painting and coating


- No prior experience is required for Level 1


- Completion of previous levels for higher levels


Here's a list of documents that may be required for enrolling in the NACE and B.GAS training programs. Keep in mind that specific requirements can vary based on the training provider and program level, so it's best to refer to the official program guidelines for precise documentation needs.

Common Documents:

  • Application Form: A completed application form provided by the training institution.
  • Identification: Government-issued photo identification (e.g., passport, driver's license).
  • Educational Credentials: Copies of relevant educational certificates or transcripts.
  • Resume/CV: A current resume or curriculum vitae detailing your educational background and work experience.
  • Passport-Sized Photographs: Typically, two recent passport-sized photographs.

Additional Documents for NACE Training Program:

  • Corrosion Experience: Documentation of relevant work experience or coursework related to corrosion control (varies by level).
  • Recommendation Letters: Letters of recommendation from employers, professors, or industry professionals.
  • Previous Certifications: If applying for an advanced level, copies of certifications from previous NACE levels.

Additional Documents for B.GAS Training Program:

  • Coating Experience: Documentation of any experience or training in industrial painting or coating.
  • Level Completion: If enrolling in higher B.GAS levels, proof of completion of previous levels.
  • Health and Safety Certification: Some programs might require health and safety certification.

Remember, this list is not exhaustive and can vary based on program specifics. Always refer to the official program documentation or contact the training provider directly for accurate and up-to-date information regarding required documents.


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