With the completion of this course, you should have a clearer understanding of the corrosion problem confronting North American, how hot-dip galvanized steel can protect against corrosion, and be ready to incorporate sound corrosion protection methods into the design of steel products to significantly decrease maintenance costs over the life of the structure.
If you desire AIA/CES, ACEC/PDH, and/or state licensing continuing education credits, you must click on the button below and complete the online examination. In order for the American Galvanizers Association (AGA) to file your AIA/ACEC credits, you MUST fill out the registration form COMPLETELY, including your AIA/ACEC number. Upon completion of the exam, you will be able to print out a Certificate of Completion for your records and/or other licensing requirements.
The AGA offers a number of resources for architects, engineers, and other specifiers. If you require further information, or have additional questions, consider the following:
- galvanizeit.org – the AGA’s extensive website with over 500 pages of technical information and a listing of galvanizer locations and kettle capacity
- 1-800-HOT-SPEC – toll free line to speak to a representative of the AGA about design and/or specification of galvanized steel
- KnowledgeBase – The AGA KnowledgeBase is a resource where you can browse common galvanizing topics by subject and get an instant answer, interact with other users, and connect with AGA experts.
- Galvanizing Insights – quarterly AGA e-newsletter which keeps specifiers up-to-date with galvanizing by providing helpful design tips, new project highlights, technical advice, and much more.