Research has proven again and again that composites are extremely durable and stand up to heat and corrosion, making them ideal for use in products that are exposed to extreme environments such as water, chemical, and outer space. Non-metallic pipe and tank solutions continue to grow as do various infrastructure applications in composite materials. Certification of personnel is critical for the pipe and tank industry or companies that build composites products for use in various corrosive and harsh offshore environments. As a corrosion expert you can be part of this exciting, vital field.
The Certified Composites Technician Compression Molding program (CCT-CM) provides a national composites certification standard to meet industry identified skill areas for current and future professionals working in facilities creating these high-demand consumer products.
Newly enrolled candidates will receive online study resources, Basic Composites Manual, and Corrosion Study Guide. Successful completion of certifications by completing study, mastering material, and earning 80% or higher on credential testing results in national credential and earning 3.5 CEU’s per earned certification.
Enrolled candidates will receive an online workbook that can be used for successful completion of the exam by earning 90% or higher. Successful completion results in national credential and earning 3.5 CEU’s per earned certification.