Corrosion Control Course to Be Held in June


Oil well equipmentThe 62nd Corrosion Control Course, presented by University of Oklahoma College of Professional and Continuing Studies, is extremely important for all professionals in the corrosion control and assessment field.

Since 1953, this course has been a leader in presenting topics that provide basic instruction for corrosion control, methods and instrumentation for corrosion assessment, and helps personnel in the field meet DOT Operator Qualification requirements.  

This year’s course will feature specific tracks for external corrosion, internal corrosion, corrosion in production, and pipeline integrity.

The course will run from Wednesday, June 3 to Friday, June 5 at the National Center for Employee Development (NCED) Conference Center and Hotel in Norman, OK (http://cc.nced.com/). The NCED provides a self-contained conference center and hotel that eliminates the hassle of driving to a conference center every day or the need for a rental car. Attendees can also make arrangements to take an NCED shuttle from the Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport to the conference center.

More information including directions and lodging details can be found on the conference website. Registration is $425 and attendance for the event qualifies for 2.0 continuing education credits (CEUs).

To register online or get more information about the course, visit the website.

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Ashley Brand

Ashley Brand worked as a writer and editor for the college.