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ANAB-Accredited Individual Competency Certification

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ANAB-Accredited Individual Competency Certification

CERTIVATION is accredited by ANAB according to ISO/IEC 17024 for the following certification programs:

  • PIPELINE INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT: CS_014F
  • PIPELINE DEFECT ASSESSMENT: CS_020F

Individuals who meet the minimum eligibility requirements can chose to be certified in the following individual competencies.

Candidate eligibility criteria are established by the QPPI Certification Board, based upon education, training experience, knowledge and skills necessary related to competent performance in the pipeline integrity profession as delineated in the results of the Job Task Analysis (JTA).

A JTA is a formal process for determining or verifying the knowledge and skills individuals must have to perform their job-related activities.

CERTIFIED IN PIPELINE INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT: CS_014F

Individuals certified in Pipeline Integrity Management can define and distinguish between differing integrity management methods/techniques, particularly pipeline integrity management and systems, and can list the threats to pipeline safety and the consequences of pipeline failure. The program was designed for individuals working in pipeline integrity who either have a university degree from a recognized or accredited university, or have four years of relevant work experience within the pipeline integrity field, or have an engineering degree from a recognized or accredited university, or who have a professional engineering qualification (for example, PEng or CEng).

CERTIFIED IN PIPELINE DEFECT ASSESSMENT: CS_020F

Individuals certified in Pipeline Defect Assessment can describe pipeline integrity and pipeline defect assessments (for all types of defects found in pipelines), and can summarize and give examples of fatigue assessment. The program was designed for individuals working in pipeline integrity who either have a university degree from a recognized or accredited university, or have four years of relevant work experience within the pipeline integrity field, or have an engineering degree from a recognized or accredited university, or who have a professional engineering qualification (for example, PEng or CEng).

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