Marine and Navy Programs

Marine and Navy Programs
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Marine and Navy Programs

Our marine and navy courses have been developed and designed specifically for those who work in marine environments. Plural components, Navy specified requirements, and more are covered in these programs.

These courses are ideal for

  • Contractors
  • Project supervisor
  • Inspectors
  • Craftworkers

If you are interested in Department of Defense funding please visit ampp.org/dod-training.

Coast Guard Basic Paint Inspector Course (COAST GUARD)


This is a 5-day inspection course that was developed to train coatings inspectors in those duties and responsibilities involved in inspecting surface preparation and application for the U.S. Coast Guard.

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Marine Plural Component Program (MPCAC, C14)


This course is designed to certify craft workers operating plural component spray equipment and those applying protective coatings on steel in immersion service by airless spray using plural component spray equipment.

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Navigating NAVSEA Standard Item 009-32 eCourse (009-32)


Before coating a surface even begins, it must be cleaned and prepared. Taking this class will supply you with a better understanding of NAVSEA, Navy specified requirements, and system application criteria in order to produce a quality product.

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NAVSEA Basic Paint Inspector (NBPI)


The NBPI course is a 5 day inspection course that was developed by Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to train coatings inspectors to inspect critical coated areas as defined by US Navy policy documents.

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Surface Preparation & Paint Application for Shipboard Organizational Level Corrosion Control (SHIPBOARD)


The objective of this course is to support corrosion prevention and control during the lifecycle of the Department of Defense systems.

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Waterjetting Program (C13)


This program assesses the skills of waterjetters who have a minimum of 120 hours waterjetting work experience and prior documented employer-provided training on the waterjetting equipment they use on the job.

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