December 31, 2018

Training Courses

The Pre-conference training and workshop sessions provide an opportunity for conference delegates to access formalized training and information session from established industry groups and service providers. YOU MUST REGISTER WITH THE TRAINING PROVIDERS DIRECTLY. FOLLOW THE LINKS BELOW TO SIGN UP. The Pre-conference training sessions take place on the Monday and Tuesday prior to the formal conference kickoff on Wednesday.

Training Course Scheulde

 

Room Date / Time Session Description Company Contact
Kinnear TBD Tuesday February 26
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Principles and Applications of NDT For Non-Technicians/Managers This half day training course is for those who have contact with non-destructive testing (NDT) service providers (managers/non-technicians dealing with NDT-related tasks). Within the course, participants will gain an understanding of the common NDT methods used within the industry: liquid penetrant testing, magnetic particle testing, ultrasonics, eddy current, and radiography. This will provide managers/non-technicians with the tools for better decision making as it relates to their careers. Canadian Institute for NDE (CINDE)
To register, please contact: Don Courchesne (memberservices@cinde.ca)
Maxbell TBD Tuesday, February 26
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
HTHA Workshop Equipment Reviews, NDE and FFS Overview In the past 5 years, the entire management of HTHA in the Oil and Petrochemical industry has evolved greatly. Many of the NDE methods have gained international acceptance. This workshop will highlight the NDE Advances, outline the current methods for Equipment and Fleet prioritization and review some evolving FFS methodologies currently under evaluation by API and other organizations. The Equity Engineering Group (E2G)
To register, please contact: Michael Nugent (mnugent@e2g.com)
Maxbell TBD Tuesday February 26
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
American Society of Mechanical Engineering – Standards and Certification There will be two – 4hour sessions: (morning session (8-12pm) and an afternoon session (1-5pm)) providing an introduction to ASME standards. Working with different sections of the ASME Code. Sections 1 – Power Boiler, Section IV Heating Boilers, Section VIII Pressure Vessels as well as B31 Piping standards and applying and preparing for Certifications. ASME

To register, please contact: Chris Mahler (MahlerC@asme.org) or 1.973.244.2259
Maxbell TBD Monday, February 25 – Tuesday February 26
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Pressure Equipment Safety Legislation To provide an overview of the Alberta legislation and the related codes and standards governing pressure equipment safety. The seminar addresses the full life-cycle of pressure equipment including engineering, fabrication, installation, in-service integrity management (operation, maintenance and reliability) and repair and alteration.(Note: 2-day course) ABSA
Online Registration: https://seminars.absa.ca/
Registration Form: http://www.absa.ca/seminars/seminar-registration-formab-136/
ABSA Course Listing: http://www.absa.ca/seminars/course-listing/
Note: Each seminar doesn’t have it’s own page, so this is the listing for all seminars.
Maxbell TBD Monday, February 25 – Tuesday February 26
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Pressure Piping Fabrication Requirements and Quality Control Seminar Presents the requirements of the Safety Codes Act, Regulations and the applicable ASME codes with respect to pressure piping systems and provides awareness and guidance for the effective implementation of a Quality Management System to promote the construction of safe piping systems.(Note: 2-day course) ABSA
Online Registration: https://seminars.absa.ca/
Registration Form: http://www.absa.ca/seminars/seminar-registration-formab-136/
ABSA Course Listing: http://www.absa.ca/seminars/course-listing/
Note: Each seminar doesn’t have it’s own page, so this is the listing for all seminars.
Maxbell TBD Monday, February 25 – Tuesday February 26
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
TSASK Pressure Equipment Safety Legislation Course TSASK is pleased to once again be offering the Pressure Equipment Safety Legislation (PESL) course. With the new Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations coming into effect, even veterans of the Saskatchewan pressure equipment and piping industry should consider taking this course.(Note: 2-day course) TSASK
To register visit http://www.tsask.ca/boiler-pressure-vessels/pressure-equipment-safety-legislation-pesl
Kinnear TBD Tuesday February 26
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Valve Essentials Valve World presents a one-day valve basics course perfect for professionals looking for a general ouline of valve systems & equipment, or to brush up on their knowledgeon this subject. Valve World
To register, visit:
http://www.valve-world-americas.com/research/valve-essentials-course.html
Welding Lab-Glyde Hall & Kinnear TBD Monday, February 25 – Tuesday February 26
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Basic Welding and NDE Inspection Training The course is intended to provide a basic understanding of welding and metal joining technologies, possible discontinuities, inspection technologies, allowable In-service Boiler and Pressure Vessel repair methods and includes a welding lab & NDE Lab, allowing candidates to explore and to recognize what inspection method is best to use and what welding process to use for a given repair. DCM Integrated Solutions Inc.
To register please contact Gordon Canning (gcanning@dcmgroup.ca) 587-338-2425 or Ken LaPlante (cqs@shaw.ca) 780-965-9321
Kinnear TBD Tuesday February 26
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
CCD and IOW’s per API 970 and API 584 – Work Processes This training course will provide an overview of API 970 (CCD’s) and API 584 IOW’s. The work processes will be described in detail. Examples will be provided of deliverables. Students should bring examples of PFD’s (CMD’s) and we can as a group go through the process of developing IOW’s for one or two process units. The trainer has experience with oil sands units (Such as DRU’s, SAGD, and upgraders) and has extensive background in oil refining corrosion/materials. Bring your questions. Space is limited due to room size to first 20+ operating company employees that register. Becht Engineering
To register, visit:
https://becht.com/becht-technical-training/registration
Any questions contact Gerrit Buchheim C: 1-808-264-5874
E-mail: gbuchheim@becht.com