After years of successful in-person classes, we've taken ECS University into the virtual world.

ECSU Online is an on-demand video learning course that covers everything you need to know about the science, technology, and best practices behind treating corrosion in fire sprinkler systems.

Now you can get the same world-class education that hundreds of other veterans in the fire safety industry have already received. But you can learn at your own pace, from wherever you'd like. 

How It Works

  1. Apply for ECSU Online using the form on this page. Our team reviews and approves all applications.
  2. Log in and get started. We'll send you an email with a link to access the course.
  3. Complete all seven sessions. Watch all videos and pass all quizzes with a score of at least 80%.
  4. You're ECS University Certified! We'll send you an email with your graduate certificate & CPD credits.

Session Modules

ECSU Online consists of seven sessions covering all aspects of corrosion mitigation in fire sprinkler systems, Each session consists of a video and a 10-question quiz.

Session 1: Science of Corrosion
Session 2: Wet Pipe Systems
Session 3: Corrosion Monitoring
Session 4: Cold Storage Applications
Session 5: Dry Pipe Nitrogen Inerting Part 1
Session 6: Dry Pipe Nitrogen Inerting Part 2
Session 7: Dry Pipe Nitrogen Inerting Part 3
Session 8: Corrosion Control Sales and Marketing

Certification & CPD Credit

After successful completion of the ECSU Online course, each participant will receive an official certification via email.

Participants will also receive 6 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits for completing the course. 


Use the form below to easily apply for ECSU Online!

St. Louis, Missouri


Thank you for the very informative sessions. Your instructor is extremely knowledgeable and was able to convey the information in an easy to understand manner. Much appreciated!

Daniel Torres

Engineer, Cox Communications

The instructor was very knowledgeable. Delivery was good and effective in facilitating learning. Good use of technology to adapt to the current situation.

Gerrard Simpkins

Engineer, Cox Communications