How Long Is A Nace Certification Valid

The fees listed above must be paid when submitting the renewal application, every 3 years.

Who should attend the NACE CIP certification program?

Even though the NACE CIP program is intended for coating inspector trainees, anyone who requires a better understanding of coating applications and inspections can get certified to improve their career.

  • Project managers
  • Engineers
  • QA/QC managers
  • Coating manufacturers
  • Technical sales representatives
  • Paint applicators
  • Maintenance personnel
  • These are some of the people who can have a career boost with NACE CIP certification.

    It is easy to renew your certification – here is how:

    Submit your renewal application (including PDH requirements) and renew your certification in less than 10 minutes!​

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    How much does NACE certification cost?

    The exam fee for NACE CIP Level 1 and 2 is $2500. The examination fee is the same for NACE CIP everywhere around the world. In Indian rupees it will cost around INR 1,86,482.00

    When you apply for an exam that costs this much it is always a good idea to prepare for the same and make sure you clear the same in the very first attempt.

    Gamma NDT Academy offers preparatory classes that will help you clear the NACE CIP level 1 and level 2 exams. We have a 100% success rate for all our previous students.

    If you are planning to attend the NACE CIP examination, we highly recommend you to take a preparatory course for the same.


    How do I renew my NACE?

    The NACE Foundations of Nursing exam is generally known as a moderately difficult exam, which some questions being more challenging than others.

    Is the NACE 1 exam hard?

    Fees for NACE training courses vary, but typically range from $1600 to $2000, depending on the course and whether or not the student is a NACE member. The two exam courses are shorter and cost somewhere between $1300 and $1600.

    What is a NACE Certified Inspector?

    The NACE CIP (Coating Inspector Program) certifies people with commercial coating expertise to spot issues and recommend the best protective solutions for any conditions.

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