Accredited Laminated Joint Training — Coming Soon!!

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Laminated Joint Training - Coming Soon!

  • Effective for all projects (the training will be tailored to specific project requirements as needed).

Laminated Joint Training Course Description

  • The laminated joint training course includes three modules:
    • Preparation steps, including pipe surface preparation, resin mixing and activation, pipe to pipe alignment and placement, and assembling needed tools for joint completion.
    • Lamination process including wet-out, laminate sequencing, addition of layers to pipes, curing, and hydro testing when cure has been achieved.
    • Written examination.
  • The laminated joint training course must be attended in person. There is no virtual option since, aside from the written exam, you will be required to demonstrate your ability to create a laminated pipe joint using the skills and principles presented in the course.
  • The laminator training course qualifies you to receive 4 Continuing Education Units (CEU) in addition to a certificate of completion.

Outcome of Training

  • At the end of the training course, once you have passed the written exam (70% score required) which covers resins, additives, lamination techniques, laminate sequence, process quality inspection, and have demonstrated your ability to finish a laminated joint, you will receive a certificate showing the credential you have earned with an expiration date.
  • You will learn, hands on training, how to prepare pipes, resins, additives, the site where the lamination will occur, and the tools necessary to finish the pipe lamination.
  • You will learn safety procedures for working with chemicals and industrial equipment.
  • You will successfully create a laminated joint that will pass the pressurized leak test.
  • You will be certified, without additional training, to work on lamination crews for jobs of any scale, whether installation of new pipe, or repairs of existing pipe systems.
  • Since you have trained and certified, you will have an advantage over other laminators who are not certified nor trained in advance for installation or other projects. Your certification in advance will help your employer avoid normal training costs.

Who is this Laminated Joint Training Course For?

  • Anyone who is interested in working for a pipe installation or repair contractor on projects requiring FRP, GRP, GRE, or GRV piping.
  • Regardless of whether you already have lamination experience, this certification will signal to your employer that you have successfully demonstrated your ability to laminate a pipe joint that will not leak under hydro test.
  • This training is especially effective for those who have interest in joining a lamination crew, but who has no existing experience with FRP pipe or equipment lamination.

How do I Enroll and Complete the Course?

  • FSEICC has a facility available in the USA, and in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where the laminate joint training courses will be held. FSEICC will have future venues in the UAE (Abu Dhabi), and Kuwait, followed by other GCC countries.
  • To signal that you would like to enroll in a course, either contact us directly via our contact page here, by either sending a message, or by calling the numbers provided. We will be able to answer all of your questions, and enroll you in the laminated joint training course of your choice.
  • If you represent a lamination contracting company, we will assist you in scheduling training for your crews. Again, please use our contact page to give us some details of your requirements. We will follow-up with a telephone call to confirm details of your training needs. We do have an ecommerce function as well on this website, which can be used if you wish to use electronic payments.
  • The daily schedule for the course includes the following:
    • Day 1: Course introduction, principles of onsite safety, safety briefing, complete lamination process.
    • Day 2: Resin, additives, gel time, working with resin, safety procedures for working with chemicals.
    • Day 3: Practical application of concepts learned in day 1 and day 2. Organization into teams, team process for creating finished joints.
    • Day 4: Practical exam (create laminated joint up through cure)
    • Day 5: Practical exam (run pressurized leak test), written exam.

FSEICC Credentials

ANSI is the standard of choice IACET, the standard for accreditation

  • FSEICC is currently working toward certification by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Internationals Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) 2018-1 standard to utilize IACET's training methods. IACET is the originator of the internationally recognized Continuing Education Unit (CEU).
  • Depending on the course content and length, you will also receive a predetermined number of CEU when you complete the training course.

Personal Proprietary Interest Disclosure

The following training course instructors have made the disclosures listed below:

Laminated Joint Training Course Description

  • The laminated joint training course includes three modules:
    • Preparation steps, including pipe surface preparation, resin mixing and activation, pipe to pipe alignment and placement, and assembling needed tools for joint completion.
    • Lamination process including wet-out, laminate sequencing, addition of layers to pipes, curing, and hydro testing when cure has been achieved.
    • Written examination.
  • The laminated joint training course must be attended in person. There is no virtual option since, aside from the written exam, you will be required to demonstrate your ability to create a laminated pipe joint using the skills and principles presented in the course.

Outcome of Training

  • At the end of the training course, once you have passed the written exam, and have demonstrated your ability to finish a laminated joint, you will receive a certificate showing the credential you have earned with an expiration date.
  • You will learn, hands on training, how to prepare pipes, resins, additives, the site where the lamination will occur, and the tools necessary to finish the pipe lamination.
  • You will be certified, without additional training, to work on lamination crews for jobs of any scale, whether installation of new pipe, or repairs of existing pipe systems.
  • Since you have trained and certified, you will have an advantage over other laminators who are not certified nor trained in advance for installation or other projects. Your certification in advance will help your employer avoid normal training costs.

Who is this Laminated Joint Training Course For?

  • Anyone who is interested in working for a pipe installation or repair contractor on projects requiring FRP, GRP, GRE, or GRV piping.
  • Regardless of whether you already have lamination experience, this certification will signal to your employer that you have successfully demonstrated your ability to laminate a pipe joint that will not leak under hydro test.
  • This training is especially effective for those who have interest in joining a lamination crew, but who has no existing experience with FRP pipe or equipment lamination.

How do I Enroll and Complete the Course?

  • FSEICC has a facility available in the USA, and in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where the laminate joint training courses will be held. FSEICC will have future venues in the UAE (Abu Dhabi), and Kuwait, followed by other GCC countries.
  • To signal that you would like to enroll in a course, either contact us directly via our contact page here, by either sending a message, or by calling the numbers provided. We will be able to answer all of your questions, and enroll you in the laminated joint training course of your choice.
  • If you represent a lamination contracting company, we will assist you in scheduling training for your crews. Again, please use our contact page to give us some details of your requirements. We will follow-up with a telephone call to confirm details of your training needs. We do have an ecommerce function as well on this website, which can be used if you wish to use electronic payments.

Laminated joint training is for anyone employed to laminate FRP pipe components together into spools or pipe runs.

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