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Fireproofing Inspector - CFI Level 1 (eCourse)

SELECT A TRAINING

  • Pining and reinforcement requirements

  • PFP mixing and application

  • Necessary documents and standards

  • Inspector duties and responsibilities

  • Inspection and quality control requirements

  • PFP instruments and their use

  • Structural steel members

  • Health and safety

Learning Mode:

This eCourse is offered entirely online (Training & Exam), through www.online-iogs.org.

Duration:

45 days with Learning Management System access.

Course and Exam Fee:

USD 249/-

Certification:

Candidate gets certified under IOGS certification scheme, IOGS issues a certificate of achievement and a wallet card to a successful candidate who gets 70% or higher marks in the examination taken online.

Course Overview:

IOGS/CFI Level 1 eCourse is a computer-based training (CBT) program that allows you to make progress and move forward in the time frame that suits you.

This course is suitable for anyone who wishes to start his or her career in the passive fireproofing (PFP) field or already working in inspection and quality control field as QA/QC inspector and wishes to gain knowledge to improve their inspection skills of PFP. You can study from any place at your own rate, and access all needed necessary materials electronically with ease from your home or work to prepare yourself for IOGS/CFI Level 1 online examination.​

Is this ideal for me?

If you want to know more about fireproofing, how to evaluate it, or you simply want to start working on this area, you can enroll in the training. This training is also suitable for:

  • Protective Coating / Painting Inspectors

  • Fireproofing  Supervisors, Managers or Engineers

  • Fireproofing Applicators

  • Third-Party or Multi-Discipline Inspectors, etc.​

Do I need experience to participate?

No, anyone can start this eCourse without having previous knowledge or experience.

Topics covered include:

  • Fireproofing introduction

  • Fire classification and types

  • Certification bodies

  • Storage and handling

  • Cementitious fireproofing materials

  • Intumescent fireproofing materials

  • Surface preparation and priming