AMPP Launches Industrial Coating Application Training Program

(P&GJ) — The Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP) has unveiled its new Industrial Coating Application (ICA) Training Program. This program is a flexible and comprehensive solution for training industrial sprayers and abrasive blasters, designed to attract and train those new to the workforce or provide needed training to experienced individuals seeking to gain industry-recognized credentials.

The ICA Training Program is expertly designed to be adaptable, ensuring a training experience that suits participants' needs. Through engaging formats, including hands-on workshops and instructional videos, attendees gain practical skills and knowledge in a dynamic learning environment.

“Unlike our traditional education programs, this is a customizable learning experience that allows the contractor or training provider to customize the learning experience while still earning AMPP recognition,” Alicia Yust, AMPP’s director of learning and development, said.

This subscription-based service provides around-the-clock access to essential resources, including student workbooks, hands-on experiences, and presentation materials. The industrial blaster module focuses on abrasive blasting fundamentals, expediting the learning process for those in training. In contrast, the industrial sprayer module includes a concentrated, hands-on approach to sprayer training, covering areas such as coating fundamentals, receiving and storage, and application techniques.

“The program is designed for success,” Sara Badami, AMPP’s manager of education operations, said. “We created this program with two specific audiences in mind after closely listening to our customers' needs. Contractors can align training with project timelines, meet AMPP Qualification Procedure (QP) training needs, and prepare employees for relevant certifications like C7, C12 and CAS. Training providers can establish a partnership with AMPP, set pricing, and play a pivotal role in helping recruit and train those new to the industry.”

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