Getting Started: API 570 Piping Inspector Certification

API's Inspector Certification Programs are based on industry-developed standards that are recognized and used with confidence worldwide. These standards have also provided a uniform platform that serves as a model for many state and government regulations. These API programs emphasize professional credibility and process integrity. They enable inspectors to play an active role in improving industry health and safety; environmental performance; ensuring compliance and self-regulation; and strengthening management control and internal inspection capabilities.

Register for CASTI Training Programs

CASTI provides exam preparation training to help candidates pass the API 570 Piping Inspector Certification Exam. Our training courses include detailed lessons on topics covered in the exam, practice exam questions, step-by-step solutions, and e-instructor support. Please note that CASTI training programs are separate from the certification exams, which are administered by the American Petroleum Institute (API).

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See the CASTI API 570 ICP Exam Preparation Training Course to review the course outline and register for the course.

Education and Experience Requirements

To take the API 570 examination, a candidate must meet at least one of the following criteria:

API 570 Piping Inspector Examination

The API 570 ICP examination is 6.5 hours long and consists of 170 multiple-choice questions divided into two parts:

For more information about the API ICP exam structure, please visit: API Individual Certification Program (ICP)

Exam Codes and CASTI Courses

For a complete list of specific Code editions, addenda, and supplements of reference publications that are effective for your exam date, please refer to the API 570 Effectivity Sheet available on the API website. These code documents can be purchased from CASTI.

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This summary of educational requirements, examination and renewal, and recognition and reciprocity information is provided for your general overview. It is important that you read the complete documents containing these details as provided by API and CASTI.

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