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CIP Bridge eCourse

Product Number: CIP_Bridge
$399.00
$449.00
$449.00

Note: Online courses are only available to NACE Members and registered customers.  If you purchase an online course, please log-in using your NACE profile to ensure your purchase and NACE Login are linked.  If you are not currently a member or registered customer, NACE International will automatically create a profile for you.  Details of your registration and instructions to view your online course will be sent to you after purchase.

Course Description:

  • Discuss the duties and responsibilities of a bridge inspector and define inspection concepts including personal and public safety issues associated with bridge inspections
  • List the inspection equipment needs for various types of bridges and site conditions
  • Describe, identify, evaluate, and document the various components and deficiencies that can exist on bridge components and elements
  • List design characteristics and describe inspection methods and locations for common concrete, and steel structures
  • Identify what preparation the inspector must make prior to the start of work in order to conduct effective inspections
  • Describe nondestructive evaluation methods for basic bridge materials
  • Demonstrate how to field inspect and evaluate common concrete, steel, and timber bridges
  • Create inspection documentation, including a basic inspection plan

Note: Online courses are only available to NACE Members and registered customers.  If you purchase an online course, please log-in using your NACE profile to ensure your purchase and NACE Login are linked.  If you are not currently a member or registered customer, NACE International will automatically create a profile for you.  Details of your registration and instructions to view your online course will be sent to you after purchase.

Course Description:

  • Discuss the duties and responsibilities of a bridge inspector and define inspection concepts including personal and public safety issues associated with bridge inspections
  • List the inspection equipment needs for various types of bridges and site conditions
  • Describe, identify, evaluate, and document the various components and deficiencies that can exist on bridge components and elements
  • List design characteristics and describe inspection methods and locations for common concrete, and steel structures
  • Identify what preparation the inspector must make prior to the start of work in order to conduct effective inspections
  • Describe nondestructive evaluation methods for basic bridge materials
  • Demonstrate how to field inspect and evaluate common concrete, steel, and timber bridges
  • Create inspection documentation, including a basic inspection plan
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