West Virginia Slates Corrosion Short Course

The 54th annual Appalachian Underground Corrosion Short Course (AUCSC 2009) will take place May 19-21 at West Virginia University in Morgantown, W.Va. Detailed information and on-line registration is available at www.aucsc.com.

The AUCSC offers more than 100 hours of basic, intermediate, and advanced training providing attendees with technical information about the causes and prevention of corrosion on underground structures. According to a press release, 1.6 continuing education units can be earned and applied toward NACE recertification and professional development hours.

Registration for the entire AUCSC 2009 program is $110 in advance and $140 onsite. Those interested in attending should contact Nancy Ireland, 304.293.5695 extension 2100 or send e-mail to Nancy.Ireland@mail.mvu.edu.

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