The 59th annual Appalachian Underground Corrosion Short Course (AUCSC) will be May 13-15, at West Virginia University in Morgantown, W.Va. The corrosion training event offers more than 100 hours of basic, intermediate and advanced courses to provide attendees with technical information about the causes and prevention of corrosion on underground structures.
Licensed professional engineers may earn professional development hours (PDH) for attending AUCSC. Engineers should submit proof of their completion of AUCSC courses to their state engineering licensing board.
Additionally, students may earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) from West Virginia University. CEU application forms are available at the AUCSC registration desk during the event.
A NACE Technician Review Course is also offered, and AUCSC course hours may be applied toward NACE recertification requirements. NACE will offer its NACE Corrosion Exam during AUCSC 2014. Those interested should contact NACE directly for additional information regarding the exam at (281) 228-6211.
The pre-registration fee for the entire AUCSC 2014 program is $125 before May 1, and on-site registration is $155. Visit www.aucsc.com for pre-registration and additional information, or contact AUCSC at firstname.lastname@example.org or (304) 293-4307.