Group Training

Petrel College is well-positioned to provide a custom corporate training solution to fit your needs. Our talented pool of instructors are well-versed in their particular fields, and collectively offer a variety of valuable experiences for guiding your team through activities to reinforce theory and application.

We are able to conduct these learning experiences at our well-equipped locations, or on your own. Our instructors can travel to your site to provide a custom instructional experience, minimizing any needed travel off-site for your valuable staff. We have powerful, up-to-date mobile equipment that can travel to your site and be ready to go for enhancing the on-site learning experience.

We understand that each corporate need is founded on generic principles and understandings, however, it is your corporate philosophy which distinguishes yourself from others and it is that philosophy we support when customizing your corporate training strategy. At Petrel College, we have had the experience of offering the most important subjects to assist supervisors, middle and upper management and analyzing their day-to-day challenges, for the duration of one week up to twelve months.

Training at Your Location

There are many benefits for on-site training, including:

  • Training at your location saves money.
  • Keeps your employees close to work and home.
  • Customized training that fits best to the need of your company

For 15 or more students, it may be more cost effective for Petrel College to come to you.

Our experts will customize and bring their course to you. Our subject-matter experts are selected from a combination of Industry and Academia with more than 20 years of experience.

Program Description

Our Advanced Petroleum Engineering program focuses on advanced training for consulting engineers in well test design, planning and analysis of well tests, reservoir management, production optimizaiton, horizontal well applications, oil and gas reservers and economic evaluation, reservoir studies, petrophysical studies, gas gathering system optimization (using Piper software), regulatory agency documentations and other wide range of customized training in reservoir engineering, horizontal well technology, well test analysis, CBM and etc.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Reservoir Studies (Conventional/Simulation)
  • Well Test Planning and Analysis
  • Waterflood Design and Performance Monitoring
  • Production Optimization and case studies
  • Government Submissions
  • Reserves and Economic Evaluations
  • Horizontal Well Applications
  • Complete frac design/optimization (Gohfer/ KAPPA Software)
  • Case studies of Production Management

Course Highlight

Waterflood ManagementMTC – 500
Cased Hole LoggingMTC – 401
Performance Evaluation of Horizontal WellsMTC – 400
Well Test AnalysisMTC – 301
Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)MTC – 300
Exploitation of Tight/Unconventional Oil and GasMTC – 200
Applied Reservoir EngineeringMTC – 100

Program Description

Computer Aided Design is commonly used in tool and machinery design, and manufacturing of components.
In this program, the trainees will be familiarized with engineering drawing through a 36 hours course, that familiarizes the delegates with interpreting the intention of design, and symbols and languages that are regulated by standard associations. Candidates learn about developing 3D designs, based on 2D projections, through this hands-on program, before utilizing relevant software such as, SolidWorks and AutoCAD. The finale step of this program, is to familiarize the trainees with Finite Element Modelling, and analysis of different material phases.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Create two-dimensional drawings, using the basic Draw commands
  • Create intricate parts, using advanced sketching and solid modelling techniques
  • Generate complex assemblies from the parts created or modified
  • Prepare a model for simulation and analysis
  • Create intricate parts, using advanced sketching and solid modelling techniques
  • Generate complex assemblies from the parts created or modified
  • Produce animations of assemblies, to verify assembly motions
  • Prepare a model for simulation and analysis
  • Identify the limitations of a SolidWorks simulation study

Course Highlight

Pipelines Stress AnalysisCAD – 302
Simulation and Finite Element ModelingCAD – 301
Solid ModelingCAD – 203
Introduction to SolidWorksCAD – 202
Computer Aided Design – AUTOCADCAD – 201
Introduction to Engineering DrawingCAD – 101

Program Description

Our Computer Aided Manufacturing certificate program introduces the state-of-the-art computer programs that are utilized in manufacturing environment. Our CAM certificate program comprises of three courses and 140 hours of training on fundamentals of CNC Programming, Introduction to MasterCAM X8, and techniques to operate 3 axis milling machines using this software. The students will also learn techniques of tooling optimization and how to program 4 and 5 axis machines in addition to milling.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Create and edit part drawings
  • Choose the appropriate tools to machine a part
  • Preview tool paths and NC programs using the software
  • Generate G codes using the software
  • Select geometry and cutting planes
  • Edit part geometry and tool paths
  • Verify the tool paths via simulation using the software
  • Identify multi axis machines and conditions where multi axis machining is required, etc.
  • Optimize a complex CNC program
  • Modify parts, tool paths, and co-ordinate systems

Course Highlight

Multi-Axis MachiningCAM – 204
Milling Level 2CAM – 203
Milling Level 1CAM – 202
Introduction to CNC ProgrammingCAM – 201
Introduction to Engineering DrawingCAM – 101

Program Description

The concept of waste in today’s competitive industry is increasingly turning into one of the most critical challenges of operation. Globalization and growing convenience of sourcing material from international markets, makes waste reduction and process improvement one of the key focuses of corporations. Therefore, a practice that was once exercised by Automotive Industry to reduce resource loss (Material, Time and Capital) is now being adapted to other industries including Petrochemical plants, mineral and other manufacturing industries. The following series of modules introduce the principles of lean operation and the methods to integrate these principles in the operation workflow.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Roles and responsibilities of different belts in the lifecycle of an improvement process
  • Overall understanding of steps toward minimizing waste
  • Role of Statistics in interpretation of data – Statistical Process Control
  • Design of Experiment (DOE)
  • Six-Sigma walkthrough Design, Measure, Analysis, Improve, Implementation and Control
  • Improve quality and reduce defects within an organization through an active project
  • How to integrate Lean manufacturing approach and corporate responsibility in process implementation

Course Highlight

DMAIC in your Workplace (Green Belt Certificate)CSS – 300
Root Cause Analysis and Systematic Approach toward Minimizing WasteCSS – 205
Statistical Process Control (SPC)CSS – 204
Corporate Commitment in Implementation of Lean Six SigmaCSS – 203
Quality Management Implementation: ISO vs. Six Sigma?CSS – 202
Gauge R&R, Best Practices in Variation Measurements in ProcessCSS – 201
Case Studies on Six Sigma Implementation
CAD – 103
Define, Measure, Analyze, Identify, and Control Phases in a Six- Sigma Project (DMAIC)CAD – 102
Lean ManufacturingCAD – 101

Program Description

Our “Corrosion Basics, Detection and Prevention Program” is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge in different aspects of corrosion protection technologies used in Energy industry.
The preliminary courses of this series, explain fundamentals of corrosion and how electrochemistry plays a vital role on this adverse phenomena. This course provides an understanding of Cathodic Protection (CP) methods used in pipelines, tanks and their internals, Survey techniques and NACE criteria to assess CP protection systems. The trainees will also learn about the theory behind a selected number of Non Destructive Testing (NDT) methods, and applicable standards. They will also be able to apply some of this theory in NDT testing through hands-on training environment. This program also offers an introduction to advanced topics in corrosion control techniques with special applications such as Modified Cathodic Protection of Stainless Steels as well as an introduction to Anodic Protection.
This Program comprises of eleven progressive modules. Upon the successful completion, the students will be awarded an Advanced Certificate.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • The theoretical and practical fundamentals of corrosion
  • Galvanic series and its implications on corrosion
  • Advantages and disadvantages of a sacrificial CP system versus an impressed current system
  • NACE criteria for pipeline protection, “instant off” potential and “-100 mV” criteria
  • The importance of corrosion protection systems used for industrial components
  • The theoretical and practical fundamentals of corrosion protection systems
  • Introduction to a number of typical anodes and reference electrodes used for CP
  • Detection of corrosion by Non Destructive Testing field equipment and its limitations
  • Basic techniques used to assess effects of soil conditions
  • Surveying methods used to inspect pipelines and process equipment
  • Alternative approaches toward corrosion protection such as Anodic Protection and modified CP for stainless steels

Course Highlight

Anodic Protection of Acid Cooler, Stainless Piping and Storage TanksCOR – 402
Modified Cathodic Protection of Stainless SteelsCOR – 401
InterferenceCOR – 305
Non-Destructive Testing Theory and PracticeCOR – 304
Cathodic Protection for Tank InternalsCOR – 303
Cathodic Protection for Tank BottomsCOR – 302
Cathodic Protection and Survey for PipelinesCOR – 301
Soil Testing for Conductivity, Chlorides and pHCOR – 202
Sacrificial Versus Impressed Current Cathodic ProtectionCOR – 201
Corrosion FundamentalsCOR – 102
ElectrochemistryCOR – 101

Program Description

Our Electrical and Power Systems training program provides comprehensive training solution for today’s engineering and technical field personnel.
This hands-on approach, introduces technical procedures, practices, and problem solving methodologies, on the actual equipment that are commonly utilized in the industry. Upon successful completion, of all four certificates of Electrical and Power Systems program, the trainees will learn how to Design and Calculate a New Electrical System Regardless Of the Power, Size all the Electrical Equipment, Complete Protection Coordination Studies, ARC Flash Calculation, Testing Backup Generators and UPS Systems, Conduction Preventative Maintenance for Grounding Systems, and recommend SCADA System Implementation for a new or existing system.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Set-up programs for maintenance of green energy generation systems
  • Programming for maintenance of electrical power system and typical activity involved for maintenance
  • Maintain low voltage electrical power systems
  • Maintain Electrical Power Transformers and Substations
Power Transformer MaintenanceRLP – 400
Low Voltage Electrical Systems (VFD, MCC, Motors, UPS, etc.)RLP – 300
High Power, High (Medium) Voltage SubstationRLP – 200
Distributed Generation, Green Energy, Hydro Transmission Line InteractionRLP – 100

Program Description

Our Electrical and Power Systems training program provides comprehensive training solution for today’s engineering and technical field personnel.
This hands-on approach, introduces technical procedures, practices, and problem solving methodologies, on the actual equipment that are commonly utilized in the industry. Upon successful completion, of all four certificates of Electrical and Power Systems program, the trainees will learn how to Design and Calculate a New Electrical System Regardless Of the Power, Size all the Electrical Equipment, Complete Protection Coordination Studies, ARC Flash Calculation, Testing Backup Generators and UPS Systems, Conduction Preventative Maintenance for Grounding Systems, and recommend SCADA System Implementation for a new or existing system

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

• Perform ARC-Flash Calculation using Easy Power
• Recommend the proper PPE for the ARC Flash Protection
• Evaluate generated harmonics in Electrical Power Systems
• Evaluation of design of Electrical System Protection

Course Highlight

Short Circuit CalculationPSD – 304
Protection Coordination
PSD – 303
Power Harmonics and Filters
PSD – 302
Grounding System Design
PSD – 301
Electrical Power System Modeling
PSD – 201
Arc-Flash Calculation and Protection
PSD – 101

Program Description

Our Electrical and Power Systems training program provides comprehensive training solution for today’s engineering and technical field personnel.
This hands-on approach, introduces technical procedures, practices, and problem solving methodologies, on the actual equipment that are commonly utilized in the industry. Upon successful completion, of all four certificates of Electrical and Power Systems program, the trainees will learn how to Design and Calculate a New Electrical System Regardless Of the Power, Size all the Electrical Equipment, Complete Protection Coordination Studies, ARC Flash Calculation, Testing Backup Generators and UPS Systems, Conduction Preventative Maintenance for Grounding Systems, and recommend SCADA System Implementation for a new or existing system.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Programming and Maintenance of ABB Protection Relays
  • Programming and Maintenance of BASLER Relays
  • Programming and Maintenance of SEL Laboratory Relays
  • Programming and Maintenance of GE Relays

Course Highlight

SEL Laboratory Relay ProgrammingMPS – 401
GE Relay ProgrammingMPS – 301
BASLER Relay Programming
MPS – 201
ABB Relay Programming
MPS – 101

Program Description

Our one-month Corporate Management training program is designed to target middle and upper industry management personnel who seek to learn about the latest of management in Petroleum and Petrochemical industries. This program consists of three (3) mini-MBA topics, with focus on Operations Management, along with three (3) topics with focus on Energy Saving and Maintenance Management.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Demonstrate the importance of quality management in operations, and explain various quality initiatives that are used by firms to improve operational performance.
  • Explain the importance of Information Technology to enhance operations management.
  • Understand the enterprise systems concept and solutions on business development
  • Evaluate options for the development and management of information systems technology, to improve supplier performance and supply management.
  • Explain aggregate planning, and identify the variables and strategies used in sales and operations planning.
  • Develop organizational competence
  • Improve your skills in optimizing preventative and predictive maintenance
  • Utilize the fundamentals of Flare Management for sustainable operation
  • Identify key performance indices used for process improvement
  • Assess energy efficiency of refinery processes

Course Highlight

Refinery Energy Saving and Plant ModernizationSOM – 600
Flare Reduction and Gas Utilization TechniquesSOM – 500
Applied Maintenance ManagementSOM – 400
Production Planning and SchedulingSOM – 300
Enterprise Resource PlanningSOM – 200
Introduction to Production and Operations ManagementSOM – 100

Program Description

Hydrocarbons are perceived as a pollution hazard, and it is this environmental concern which has led to recent and more pervasive restrictions, on the emission of hydrocarbons in the environment. This program describes good practices and strategies that can be used to manage emission of air/water pollutants in petroleum refineries, and explains best practices in industry to enhance safety and sustainability. It also provides an in-depth knowledge, about safety measures in the workplace and possible ways of mitigating the safety risks. Occupational Safety and Health Administration course, also covers procedures associated to report and documentations of the hazards in the workplace, and familiarizes the delegates with the acts and regulations in place.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Methods of preventing entrance of harmonious pollutants into the atmosphere
  • Methods to prevent entrance of pollutants in community-used water
  • Handling purification of different sources of polluted waters used in refineries
  • Trends in the global environmental quality
  • Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP)
  • Computer applications in loss prevention
  • Behaviour of contaminants in surface and groundwater

Course Highlight

Refinery Air and Water Emission ManagementSCM- 302
Simulation and Finite Element ModelingSCM- 301
Water QualitySCM- 204
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)SCM- 203
Environmental Laws and RegulationsSCM- 202
Industrial ContaminantsSCM- 201
Introduction to Environmental Studies
SCM- 101

Program Description

This program covers the major technical aspects of gas processing and conditioning that are comprised by the natural gas business chain.
These training courses include the natural gas collection from wellheads and process plant operations to achieve marketable products that meet desired product specifications. Emphasis is placed on providing participants with an improved understanding of the process techniques and equipment used. The plant systems covered include different modules of gas collection system; gas feed receipt and condensate stabilization; dew-point control and refrigeration systems; gas treating, dehydration and mercury removal of hydrocarbons; NGL recovery; fractionation as well as nitrogen rejection units and compression. This improved understanding of plant process operations and effective process plant surveillance techniques will lead to an increased ability to achieve optimum, economical operating performance.
Both hands-on-job training and computer-aided analysis are used to examine sensitivities of technical decisions. A basic working knowledge of the commercial process simulation package will provide the best opportunity to achieve the learning objectives of this course.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Gas Processing And Conditioning
  • Gas Plant Equipment
  • Gas Pipeline Operations
  • Natural Gas Transmission
  • Safety And General Aspects
  • Equipment Operation And Maintenance
  • Distributed Control Systems (DCS) And SCADA Systems

Course Highlight

RegulationsNGO – 304
Natural Gas Business SectorNGO – 303
Natural Gas Transportation
NGO – 302
Details on Natural Gas Dehydration
NGO – 301
Details on Natural Gas SweeteningNGO – 203
Natural Gas Traditional Processes
NGO – 202
Natural Gas Separation Systems
NGO – 201
Natural Gas FundamentalsNGO – 101

Program Description

Oil field and gas field production operations program is designed to provide engineers, technical in operational disciplines, an overview and fundamental understanding of a wide range of production handling and treatment equipment. The candidates, professionals and supervisors, will not only learn how equipment works, but will be able to understand some design aspects of equipment, specifically pipelines and process vessels. Examples and step-by-step exercises are explored together with the instructor, to reinforce important concepts. These interactive courses will incorporate classroom discussion, participation and problem solving, as well as PowerPoint slides, several class working exercises, and videos. The trainees will also learn about automation in refinery environment through a live simulation of an Early Production facility.

 

Course Highlight

Process Operation Troubleshooting and Performance MonitoringRPO – 305
Produced Water and Refinery Waste ManagementRPO – 304
Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and SCADARPO – 303
Pumps Selection
RPO – 302
Introduction to Process Piping Standards (ASME B31.3)
RPO – 301
Process Valves Overview
RPO – 202
Production Plant Overview, and Process SimulationRPO – 101
Introduction to Process Equipment, i.e. Separators, Desalters, etc.RPO – 102
Separators, Internals, and InstrumentationRPO – 201

Program Description

This program consists of several courses, emphasizing on Process Equipment, Instruments and technology, engaging Refinery Operations.
Trainees will get the knowledge of various aspects of plant operation, such as safety and troubleshooting, as well as in-depth understanding of equipment operation and maintenance, particularly those involved in oil refinery operations. Methodologies in separation processes will be reviewed in depth, along with all control systems, utilized in Petroleum process automation.
Besides the modern labs and hands-on-job training, software simulation will be utilized for in depth training.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Overview of Oil Refinery Technology
  • Operation and Control of Distillation Processes
  • Corrosion in Oil Refinery Operations
  • Environment topics on Produced Water
  • Process Automation (PLC/DCS)
  • Process Equipment Operations
  • Troubleshooting and Performance Monitoring Techniques

Course Highlight

Process Operation Troubleshooting and Performance MonitoringREF – 305
Produced Water and Refinery Waste ManagementREF – 304
Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and SCADAREF – 303
Process Simulation (ProMAX)REF – 302
Corrosion Control in Refinery or Oil and Gas industriesREF – 301
Flow AssuranceREF – 203
Separation and Distillation processesREF – 202
Hydrocarbon Unit OperationsREF – 201
Hydrocarbon Thermodynamics
REF – 102
Oil Refinery Technologies
REF – 101

Program Description

The aim of this program is to review and redefine the role of maintenance and maintenance management functions. To examine all aspects affecting maintenance program in order to establish a more efficient and cost-effective maintenance department. The participants will get exposed to some new maintenance concepts, also small group workshops will be conducted to get participants acquainted with how to plan, organise, direct and control maintenance program in their workplace.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Understand how to develop a framework of maintenance strategies and establish a maintenance plan
  • Understand the relationship and effects of maintenance within a company
  • Understand basic maintenance concepts of run-to-failure, schedule stoppages, reliability centered maintenance, and preventive maintenance
  • Learn about benefits of computerized maintenance management systems and how to computerize an existing preventive and predictive maintenance program
  • Have an insight into methods and techniques for estimating work order labour requirements
  • Have an insight into the importance function of the Maintenance Storeroom
  • Understand how to apply a Computer Maintenance Management process, by following and implementation strategy

Course Highlight

“Ten Ways” Toward Achieving “World Class Maintenance”MTC – 500
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)MTC – 400
Effective Maintenance Planning and SchedulingMTC – 300
Preventative and Predictive MaintenanceMTC – 200
Operation and Maintenance ManagementMTC – 100

Program Description

Process Automation is the know-how of using various control systems for operating equipment, such as machinery and robotics, processes in factories, boilers and heat treating units, and other applications, with minimal or reduced human intervention.
The Process Automation (PLC, DCS, and SCADA) Program covers all the important aspects related to this subject. The starting point is PLC Programming, followed by PAC Programming, with multitasking examples, and Multilanguage used for different typical applications, based on ISO88/99 Standards. Human Interface design is covered from simple to complex, multiple screens and animation, including faceplates and PLANT PAX, setup, and implementation of the View Anywhere concept. The trainees also learn about the Horizontal integration based on real time, deterministic networks and the vertical integration using specialized data logger and report generating systems, with recommendation for optimization during normal and abnormal operation, circumstantial parameters.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • The fundamentals of SCADA systems
  • The essentials of SCADA software configuration and troubleshooting
  • Tricks and tips in installation of SCADA systems
  • The essentials of real time communication systems
  • The use of Industrial Ethernet; Control Net; Device Net; SERCOS in SCADA systems
  • OPC and RS-Linx Enterprise for SCADA systems
  • SCADA network security setup
  • How to troubleshoot SCADA systems
  • Multitasking Programming for real time execution, using continuous; periodic and event task
  • Multilanguage programming, using: Ladder Logic; FBD; SFC; Structured Text; Equipment Phase Programming
  • How to design HMI using FTAP VIEW
  • How to use PLANT PAX for SCADA
  • How to troubleshoot a typical SCADA/ DCS/ PAC/ PLC system
  • How to Integrate a Real Time Distributed System-access control, PID and PIDE close loop control for diverse applications.

Course Highlight

Process ControlPLC – 203
Distributed Control Systems (BizWare, Asset Manager)PLC – 202
Advanced PLC Programming
PLC – 201
Basic and Advanced Human Machine Interface
PLC – 102
Basic PLC Programming
PLC – 101

Program Description

Process Safety and Risk Management is about recognizing hazards and the associated risks. Therefore it is critical that companies develop a risk matrix appropriate to the nature of these risks and build awareness across the organization through structured on-the-job training. This is best done using practical tools and examples that employees can relate to on a day-to-day basis, while concurrently developing a thorough understanding of hazards, equipment and process design. Our two decades of experience in providing consultancy in Process Safety and Risk Management has provided us a thorough understanding and expertise of the means through-which a process safety management system can be implemented.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Define, Explain and be able to carry out Process Hazard Analysis
  • Lead HIRA teams
  • Participate in HAZOP studies as a team member
  • Develop plan to implement mitigation measured based on HAZOP reports
  • Explain and apply the use and objectives of JHA
  • Develop asset integrity and system reliability plans; oversee its implementation and conduct periodic audits
  • Be an emergency response trainer
  • Be proficient in use of RCA software and develop reports of RCA investigations
  • Provide mentorship to other staff on SCEs – their purpose and necessity
  • Track & follow up Root Cause Analysis and mitigation measures implementation

Course Highlight

Incident Reporting and InvestigationPSRM – 304
Management of Safety Critical Elements (SCEs)
PSRM – 303
Defect Identification, Elimination and Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
PSRM – 302
Management of Major Emergencies & Emergency Preparedness
PSRM – 301
Asset Integrity & System Reliability – Inspection, Testing & Maintenance
PSRM – 202
Job Safety/Hazard Analysis
PSRM – 201
Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) StudiesPSRM – 101
Hazard Identification and Risk AssessmentPSRM – 100

Program Description

Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements. This program is designed for professionals who are interested in updating their knowledge on special topics related to Project Management. The material developed for this course, is aligned with the Project Management Institute Body of Knowledge and assists the delegates in pursuit of Project Management licensure (PMP). By successful completion of this program, you will learn the skills needed to move a project through conceptualization, initiation, planning, execution, control and closure.

The curriculum for Project Management Program is designed based on PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and has been constantly reviewed by industrial partners to keep the content up-to-date and applicable to challenges in today’s industry.

 

Course Highlight

PMP Exam Preparation
PMP – 301
Change Management
PMP – 205
Human Resource Management
PMP – 204
Quality Management
PMP – 203
Project Implementation and Control
PMP – 202
Leadership in Organizations
PMP – 201
Introduction to Project ManagementPMP – 100

Program Description

“Relief and Flare Systems” program is designed to provide a detailed understanding of relief and flare systems in petroleum industry. This program introduces the philosophy of Pressure control and overpressure protection in refineries where purposes of relief and flare systems are explained along with root-causes of overpressure in the process. This program also discusses techniques in selection and sizing appropriate relief systems along with design aspects including code considerations. In the design section, fluid characteristics, service conditions, volumes, gas dispersion and radiation is discussed.
This program also provides comprehensive information about components of flare systems and smokeless operation. The attendees will gain more information about the components of flare systems through industrial visits designated for this program.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Create two-dimensional drawings, using the basic Draw commands
  • Design criteria and application of API 520/521 Standards in Relief System design
  • Importance of proper sizing and best practices in installation of Pressure Relief System to minimize the hazard associated to overpressure
  • Best practices in operation and maintenance of relief and flare systems
  • To distinguish suitability of types of flare systems used in processing industries, based on environmental regulation, location and process materials

Course Highlight

Flare Stack CriteriaRFS – 301
Flare System LayoutRFS – 202
TestingRFS – 201
Relief System Selection and Sizing
RFS – 101
Relief and Flare System Philosophy
RFS – 100

Program Description

This program is tailored to address global customers’ specific needs in operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of rotating equipment.
The focus of this program is on rotating equipment with particular emphasis on Centrifugal Pumps and Compressor Drive Trains; Positive Displacement Pump sets, Valves, Pulsation Dampers, Electric Motors, Diesel Engines and Steam Turbines; and associated equipment and systems.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Detailed technical review, of a specific engineered pump unit, and its design
  • Specific installation and commissioning of the equipment, in relation to the surrounding plant operation, and related systems monitoring
  • Maintenance philosophy, covering criteria and influence parameters
  • Complete strip down and rebuild, including the specific criteria for component renewal
  • Detailed fault finding, including examination of equipment deterioration and the development of cost effective corrective measures
  • Operational problems with case studies, which will enable you to identify appropriate solutions

Course Highlight

Root Cause AnalysisREO – 400
Best Hydraulic and Mechanical Design Practice, and Pump / Compressor Selection
REO – 300
Positive Displacement Pumps, Pulsation Dampers, and Accumulators
REO – 200
Centrifugal Pumps, Compressors, Diesel Engines, and Steam Turbines
REO – 100

Program Description

Our Supply Chain Management certificate and diploma program is designed to improve necessary skills in order to coordinate and relate with suppliers, producers, and customers. In today’s industry, goods and services are pieced together from all over the world, and this process may become complicated if not managed correctly.
This program focuses on global best practice and links supply chain with general management. It applies theory to practice based on previous projects and makes extensive use of “real-life” case studies, particularly in energy industry.
If you wish to advance your knowledge and career in any of the topics related to Supply Chain Management functions, particularly in energy industry, this program can provide you with the knowledge required in today’s competitive market.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Demonstrate ERP systems integrate core business processes across functional and support business management
  • Understand the enterprise systems concept and solutions on business development
  • Evaluate options, for the development and management of information systems technology, to improve supplier performance and supply management.
  •  Identify the significance and benefits of ERP software as global, online, extended and integrated systems.
  • Understand business development and Business Process re-engineering support by enterprise systems
  • Become familiar with the key modules of ERP in functional areas.
  • Define the purpose and functions of materials management.
  • Discuss the objectives of inventory management.
  • Understand the term inventory, various types of inventory, and list major reasons or holding inventory.
  • Calculate optimum order quantities, safety stock, re-order point and service level.
  • Understand the concepts of Lean Production, Just-in-Time, and Supply Chain.
  • Examine the principles of supplier management and development for creating a World class supply base.
  • Describe lot sizing methods, capacity requirements planning.
  • Explain Just-In-Time (JIT) and lean production and how they can be implemented.
  • Explain job and staff scheduling and discuss priority rules and performance measures for sequencing/scheduling.
  • Describe Theory of Constraints and scheduling, based on the bottleneck work center

Course Highlight

Production Planning and SchedulingSCM – 302
Global Sourcing and ProcurementSCM – 302
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
SCM – 203
Inventory Management
SCM – 202
Enterprise Resource Planning
SCM – 201
Introduction to Operations Management
SCM – 101

Program Description

Wastewater engineering is a branch of environmental engineering where principles of science and engineering are applied to water pollution control problems. The Water and Wastewater treatment program provides a high-level of training for those who are directly involved in decision-making process of environment protection. This program discusses the unit operation of wastewater treatment facilities and provides an understanding about designing facilities for physical, chemical and biological treatment of wastewater.

By the end of of this program you will have learned about:

  • Fundamentals of Wastewater Engineering
  • Water Treatment methods including coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, granular filtration and disinfection
  • Operation philosophy of wastewater treatment units and their key design components
  • High-level aspects of advanced wastewater treatment and the physics behind Membrane, Adsorption and Ion-Exchange techniques
  • Fundamentals of combined sewer systems and their characteristics
  • Treatment techniques for combined sewer overflows
  • Applications of reclaimed wastewater and case studies

Course Highlight

Management of Wastewater from Combined SewersWWT – 302
Advanced Wastewater TreatmentWWT – 301
Design of Facilities for Physical, Chemical, Biological Treatment of Wastewater
WWT – 202
Wastewater Unit Operations
WWT – 201
Wastewater Treatment Objectives, Methods, and Implementation Considerations
WWT – 103
Wastewater Flowrates and Characteristics
WWT – 102
Overview on Wastewater Engineering
WWT – 101

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