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Cathodic Protection

Cathodic protection is arguably one of the most important methods used to protect pipelines buried in the earth, as well as marine structures and ships. Ensuring the long-term effectiveness of a cathodic protection system requires dedicated monitoring and surveying of performance, and competent individuals to conduct the surveillance.

Consisting of three levels of certification, from demonstrating basic theoretical knowledge in the entry level to the ability to recognise and solve system-operating problems in the advanced level. The CSWIP Cathodic Protection Personnel certifications provide a means for those working in cathodic protection to demonstrate their competency easily and effectively to clients and employers alike.

Certification of Cathodic Protection Personnel

CSWIP-CP-10-01, 1st Edition, September 2001  

CSWIP Rules

All CSWIP applicants and certificate holders are required to comply with the CSWIP rules.

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Renewal and Recertification

Details of how to renew and/or recertify your CSWIP Cathodic Protection certificate can be found on our dedicated renewal page.

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Approved Training Bodies

If you would like to find a training provider offering these courses in your area, please view our list of Approved Training Providers and contact them for further details.

List of Approved Training Providers