Coating Applicator Specialist

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  • Program Info

    Apprentices will learn to apply their theoretical knowledge and skills to the corrosion protection of steel and concrete on complex industrial structures through course work in Health and Safety Awareness for Bridge and Industrial Painters (CAS), surface preparation and coating materials properties, and application. Specialty application course work in plural component and thermal spray will further expand their skills. Apprentices will have their capabilities verified through the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, Finishing Trades Institute Bridge and Industrial Painters (CAS) Certification Program. The objective of the Certification Program is to determine, through proctored written and practical examination, whether an individual journey worker has the skill and knowledge to perform quality surface preparation and protective coatings application. This training and certification has been designed to meet the requirements for a Level II certified Painter, Coatings and Lining Application Specialist set forth in the Body of Knowledge contained within the SSPC ACS 1/NACE No. 13 Joint Standard and in accordance with ISO 17024. Apprentices shall be required to maintain their Qualifications per the requirements set forth in the SSPC ACS 1/NACE No. 13 Joint Standards.

  • Contact Us

    Program Host: Finishing Trades Institute of Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Vicinities

    Contact: James Reamy

    Email: jreamy@ftimdvadc.edu

    Phone: 301-418-5271

If you’re learning to program for the first time, or if you’re coming from a different language, this course, JavaScript: Getting Started, will give you the basics for coding in JavaScript. First, you’ll discover the types of applications that can be built with JavaScript, and the platforms they’ll run on.

Next, you’ll explore the basics of the language, giving plenty of examples. Lastly, you’ll put your JavaScript knowledge to work and modify a modern, responsive web page. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge in JavaScript to create simple programs, create simple web applications, and modify web pages.

What you’ll learn

  • Recognize the importance of understanding your objectives when addressing an audience.
  • Identify the fundaments of composing a successful close.
  • Explore how to connect with your audience through crafting compelling stories.
  • Examine ways to connect with your audience by personalizing your content.
  • Break down the best ways to exude executive presence.
  • Explore how to communicate the unknown in an impromptu communication.

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Quick Facts
Program Host Type: Career Training
Program Focus 1: Green design & construction
Outcomes: Certificate
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