Institute of Corrosion

About:

The Institute of Corrosion (ICorr) is the UK’s most active professional organisation in its field and a premier force in the European and global corrosion scene. ICorr is a Learned Society and Registered Charity that has been serving the corrosion science, technology and engineering community since 1959 in the fight against corrosion, which costs the UK around 4% of GNP per annum. Key to this fight are the establishment and promotion of sound corrosion management practice, the advancement of cost effective corrosion control measures, and a sustained effort generally to raise corrosion awareness at all stages of design, fabrication and operation. ICorr has earned various awards for its various contributions in Corrosion Science, technology and engineering which consist 2008 UR Evans Award, Honorary Life Fellowship, U R Evans Award, Presidents Plaque, Honorary Life Membership, H G Cole Award, The Galloway Award, T P Hoar Prize and many more.The Institute of Corrosion is recognized by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), British Institute of NDT (BINDT) and by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) as offering technical presentations that contribute to an individual member’s Professional Development requirements.

Membership Opportunities, Award and Qualifications:

  • Register to become a Chartered Scientist (CSci) and Chartered Engineer (CEng).
  • Develop links with business and professional bodies who have similar interests.
  • Enjoy the support of an enthusiastic and experienced organisation.
  • Participate in the advancement of corrosion control in all its forms.
  • Encourage and participate in Branch and Divisional activities.
  • Benefit from professional qualification (FICorr, MICorr, TICorr) or certification as technicians and inspectors (Technician 1, Insp 1-3).
  • Take advantage of a regular free journal and reduced fees for attendance at Institute seminars, conferences and exhibitions etc. Keep up to date with corrosion and corrosion control activities.

Contact: www.icorr.org Tel: 44 (0)1604 438222

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