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ion S(CP 4NACE IMPACT Plus NavigatorNACE-Navigator-001Exam Preparation GuideJanuary 2019Copyright 2017 by NACE International Institute. All rights reserved.

Table of ContentsIntroduction . 3Target Audience . 3Who Should Attend . 3Attendees may be: . 3Requirements . 4Exam Blue Print . 5Types of Questions. 6Description of Questions . 6Sample Questions . 6Answer Key . 7Preparation . 7Training . 7Suggested Study Material . 7Reference Material Provided During Exam. 7What to Expect on Test Day . 7Arriving at the Pearson Test Center . 7Computer Based Test Demonstration . 72

IntroductionThe IMPACT PLUS Navigator written exam is designed to assess whether a candidatehas the requisite knowledge and skills that a minimally Qualified Navigator mustpossess. The exam consists of 80 multiple-choice questions that are based on theIMPACT PLUS Qualified Navigator body of knowledge. A candidate should havetheoretical concepts and practical application of corrosion management processeswith a strong focus on interpretation of analytical data.NACE- IMPACT PLUS Navigator WrittenExamNACE-Navigator-0013 hours*80Computer Based Testing (CBT)Test NameTest CodeTimeNumber of QuestionsFormatNOTE: A pass/fail grade is provided at the end of the exam.*Exam time includes 4 minutes for the non-disclosure agreement and 6 minutes for the system tutorial.NOTE: The course manual is provided in the exam as a pdf. This pdf is intended to be reference material onquestions that require a formula, conversion chart or other reference to answer specific questions. However, youmust prepare for the exam as the exam was designed so that there is NOT enough time to look up the answer to everyquestion. It is suggested that you limit your use of the reference material to approximately 20% of the exam.Target AudienceWho Should Attend Asset owners C-suite executives Senior level managers Corrosion management consultants Asset management strategists IMPACT PLUS licenseesTraining is intended to offer a better understanding of the powerful tools used withIMPACT PLUS and how they benefit an organization to assess and improve assetprotection through corrosion management.Attendees may be:Asset owners, c-suite executives, senior level managers, or one of their own businesschampions looking to improve their organization’s asset protection and corrosionmanagement by performing an assessment on their own or using a qualifiedNavigator.ORCopyright 2017 by NACE International Institute. All rights reserved.

Individuals working with an IMPACT PLUS licensee which possess the corrosionmanagement expertise and consulting skills required to become a qualifiedNavigator. Qualified Navigators help other organizations “navigate” through acorrosion management assessment.These might include corrosion or asset management consultants or strategists thatwish to effectively identify and resolve gaps in other organization’s corrosionmanagement processes and strategies.RequirementsRequirements for IMPACT PLUS Navigator: Education: BA/BS degree Work Experience: A Navigator should have a minimum of 5 years of business tobusiness sales experience with large, international, matrixed organizations and aproven track record of successfully building relationships to develop business. Completed the Navigator Training Course Pass a Qualification Exam Submit a completed application and fees Pre-Assessment Video/Interview with Review Board Navigators must be exclusively employed or under contract with an authorizedIMPACT PLUS Licensee.For Specific Requirements, the most up to date information can be found at requirements: Requalification application* required every 3 years*Approval required4

Exam Blue PrintNOTE: At the end of the CBT exam the candidate should log on to their NACE profile to view a bar chartof strengths and weaknesses that correspond to these Domains.Subject and Percent of Questions in each subject area:1. Navigator Introduction 3-4%These questions relate to the background, reasons for development and value ofIMPACT PLUS.2. Navigator Overview 6-7%This area of questions relates to defining the role of the Navigator; benefits of using aNavigator in the assessment process; phases of the navigation process; roles andresponsibilities of participants in a navigated assessment process.3. Corrosion Management Maturity Model (CMMM) 34-35%The questions in this area determine the students understanding of the CMMM processincluding domains, maturity levels; how organizations use the CMMM; how a Navigatorutilizes CMMM Assessment Reports. As evidenced by the number of questions in thisarea, this is a key component of the navigated assessment process.4. Corrosion Management Process Classification Framework (CMPCF) 4-5%This area of questions relates to the student’s understanding of the CMPCF process;major principles of business processes that are present in a Process ClassificationFramework (PCF); importance of a PCF to the corrosion management process;relationship between business processes and corrosion management.5. IMPACT PLUS Portal 10-11%Objectives of questions in this area are to ensure understanding of the features of theIMPACT PLUS Portal and how those features are accessed and utilized by Navigators andclients.6. Preparation 1%This area of the exam is to determine a student’s understanding of the steps necessaryto prepare a client for a navigated assessment process.7. Survey Workshop 4-5%Objectives of questions in this area of the exam are to determine the student’sunderstanding of all requirements to complete a successful navigated process: deliveryof the survey workshop; production of a validated CMMM survey suitable for scoring.8. Analysis 24-25%This is a key area of the exam based on the number of questions centered around:Utilization and understanding of Navigator and Participant reports; ability to analyze5

scored data; creation of Aspirations Workshop presentation; ability to explain surveyfindings to the organization.9. Aspirations 8-9%Objectives of questions in this area are to describe the purpose and desired outcome ofthe Aspirations Workshop; identify Corrosion Management Maturity Model-relatedorganizational aspirations; ability to deliver the Aspirations Workshop.Types of QuestionsDescription of QuestionsThe questions on this exam are multiple-choice and there maybe more than onecorrect answer. The questions are based on the knowledge and skills required in thecorrosion industry for an IMPACT PLUS Navigator.Sample QuestionsThe sample questions are included to illustrate the formats and types of questions thatwill be on the exam. Your performance on the sample questions should not be viewedas a predictor of your performance on the actual test.1.Select all the statements below which apply to processes that happen in the Survey Workshop:a. Stakeholders develop action plan to achieve objectivesb. Stakeholders complete the CMMM assessment surveyc. The Navigator fills out the Aspirations Workshop checklistd. Discussion and consensus answers lead to internal alignment on current state2. The model creates a roadmap of activities, investments andbest practices that can lead to higher performance objectives. (Select the best from below tocomplete the statement.)a. IMPACT Studyb. Policy Domainc. Corrosion Management MaturityD. Industrial Application6

Answer Key1.B&DReference: NACE Impact Pus Navigator Course Material2.CReference: NACE Impact Pus Navigator Course MaterialPreparationTraining NACE IMPACT PLUS Navigator CourseSuggested Study Material NACE IMPACT PLUS Navigator Course MaterialReference Material Provided During Exam NACE IMPACT PLUS Navigator Course Material (Note: Please view the tutorial at the start ofthe exam. Instructions to resize the charts and displays are included (i.e. view the entirechart/graphic in a questions by decreasing the percentage/zoom in the drop down menu).What to Expect on Test DayArriving at the Pearson Test CenterWhen you go to the Pearson Testing Center, there are a few things you should know. Please visit this linkfor information you should know before you .aspxComputer Based Test DemonstrationOnce you are in the testing room and at the computer, you will start with agreeing to the non-disclosureagreement and have a brief tutorial of using the system. Please visit this link for a demonstration of thecomputer based exam. You will have the opportunity to practice answering a variety of questions tohelp you get familiar with how it all works.

NACE- IMPACT PLUS Navigator Written Exam Test Code NACE-Navigator-001 Time 3 hours* Number of Questions 80 Format Computer Based Testing (CBT) NOTE: A pass/fail grade is provided at the end of the exam. *Exam time includes 4 minutes for the non-disclosure agreement and 6 minutes for the system tutorial.

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