PCCP Training Courses

Provider Recognition Requirements

In setting technical and administrative requirements for accreditation of contractors, it is sometimes necessary to ensure that proper and adequate training of employees takes place.

As PCCP is not in the business of providing such training, we seek to accredit those courses that meet the minimum requirements of industry. PCCP sets criteria for;

  • Who can develop the course
  • Who can provide the training
  • The delivery format (web-based, field-based, class room?)
  • The course content
  • How long the course should run
  • How the participants are to be assessed (written or verbal?)
  • How satisfactory completion is recognised (certificate?)

Training providers are encouraged to apply to PCCP for accreditation of their courses after which, participants approach them directly for provision of the training.

Links to view details of the various course criteria

PP-D020 – Recognition of training courses – Coatings inspector

PP-D021 – PCCP – Recognition of training courses – Management of hazardous coatings

PP-D022 – Recognition of training courses – Industrial hazardous coating worker

PP-D025 – Recognition of training courses – Certificate III – Surface preparation & coating application


Recognised Providers

PCCP recognises certain organisations as having the course(s) that comply with the documented requirements.

These providers and their course(s) are regularly reviewed and confirmed as continuing to meet the requirements.

Current listing of providers.

PP-D012 – PCCP – Recognised training courses