API 510 ICP Certification Preparation Self-Study Course
Pressure Vessel Inspector Exam Preparation for September 2022 Exam Window
|Duration and Location||Online access until September 30
(end of API exam window)
|Self-Study Online Lessons with e-instructor support.
Participants complete online lessons by reading training material and completing practice questions at a self-directed pace.
|Over 1,200 Practice Exam Questions including step-by-step math solutions, code table reference solutions, and exam document (code) paragraph references.|
|3 Practice Exams for online self-study: includes answer keys with references to exam document paragraphs and tables + step-by-step math solutions.|
|Instructor-led: Practice Exam Review (optional)
Participants attend remotely as live instructor reviews online practice exams.
|e-Instructor Support: same day or next-business day reply by e-mail.|
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CASTI API 510 ICP Exam Preparation Course Outline
Self-study online lessons cover all Body of Knowledge exam topics in great detail, including step-by-step math and table solutions. Questions about the online lessons can be sent to the CASTI e-instructor.
Note: All candidates must apply for the API certification exam directly with API. CASTI does not administer the API examination.
- Module 1: Getting Started
- Provides information on the API 510 ICP exam and study tips.
- Module 2: API 510
- Module 3: API RP 572
- Module 4: API RP 576
- Module 5: ASME Section VIII, Div. 1
- Module 6: ASME Section IX
- Module 7: ASME Section V
- Module 8: API RP 577
- Module 9: API RP 578
- Module 10: API RP 571
- Module 11: Practice Exams
- Includes 3 Practice Exams with self-assessment in both closed book and open book formats instructionally designed to prepare for the exam.
- All exam topics from the API Body of Knowledge are covered.
Note: it takes an estimated 72 hours to complete the online lessons content. The actual time required will vary according to your educational background and work experience. It is strongly recommended that exam candidates fully complete this CASTI training program, including all practice questions and practice exams. There is a clear correlation between fully completing the training program and successfully challenging the API certification exam.
Required Code Documents
Exam candidates are responsible for obtaining the documents listed on the API ICP Effectivity Sheet. Ensure that the exam documents you use for exam preparation are identical to those listed in the API ICP Effectivity Sheet.*
* The exam documents listed on the API ICP Effectivity Sheet
- may not be the current edition of these documents. Since the documents change with each edition, studying with a different edition of the document may result in answering exam questions incorrectly.
- may be a partial version of these documents. In these cases, studying with the full version of the document may require more time to find answers to exam questions.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for exam candidates that are preparing to write the API 510 ICP exam.
Certificate & Credits
A digital certification of completion will be issued upon successful completion of the course with an overall average score of 50% or greater. Completion of the online self-study content, in full, will allow individuals to earn 72 professional development hours (PDHs).
About the Instructor
John E. Bringas, P.Eng. is the President and Founder of Codes and Standards Training Institute (CASTI) and CASTI Publishing Inc. He is a professional engineer who has practiced metallurgical and materials engineering, and inspection since 1975. He has also been certified as an API 510, 570, 653, 571, 577, and 580 inspector, an AWS Certified Welding Inspector, an Alberta In-Service Pressure Vessel Inspector and Welding Examiner, and CGSB certified NDE examiner in UT and RT. He is a long-time committee member of ASTM A01 Steels, A05 Coated Steels, B02 Nonferrous Alloys, E04 Metallography, E28 Mechanical Testing, F42 Additive Manufacturing, J01 ASTM/NACE Committee on Corrosion, NACE STG 31 Oil and Gas Production—Corrosion and Scale Inhibition, STG 32 Oil and Gas Production-Metallurgy, STG 34 Petroleum Refining and Gas Processing, STG 35 Pipelines, Tanks, and Well Casings, STG 39 Process Industries—Materials Applications and Experiences, and past Canadian Representative on ISO TC 17-SC 4 (Steels). He is the author of the ASTM Handbook of Comparative World Steel Standards, ASTM Handbook of Steel Data: American and European, ASTM Passport to Steel Database, and the CASTI Metals Data Books. Mr. Bringas has engineering work experience in the steel making, foundry, consulting (failure analysis), inspection, NDE, refinery, pipeline, and petrochemical industries.