December 31, 2018

Training Courses

IPEIA 2020 TRAINING COURSES


Training Courses are offered Monday February 24, 2020, and Tuesday February 25, 2020.
Announcing the 2020 Pre-Conference Training Schedule!

Note: Registration details will be posted as they are available (you must register through the company facilitating the course).

Training Course Schedule

 

 

Two Day – Monday, February 24 & Tuesday February 25
Room Time Session Description Company Contact
Maxbell 253 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Pressure Piping Fabrication and Quality Control Requirements This 2 day seminar presents the requirements of the Safety Codes Act, Regulations and the applicable ASME codes with respect to pressure piping systems. ABSA
To register:
https://www.absa.ca/seminars/
or to directly register online: https://seminars.absa.ca/
Pressure Piping Seminar Presenters – Marc Fransen (fransen@absa.ca) and Monica Parker (parker@absa.ca)
Maxbell 252 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Pressure Equipment Safety Legislation This 2 day seminar will provide an overview of the Alberta legislation and the related codes and standards governing pressure equipment safety. ABSA
To register:
https://www.absa.ca/seminars/
or to directly register online: https://seminars.absa.ca/
PESL Seminar Presenters – Mark Koens (koens@absa.ca) and Jonathan Uhlman (Uhlman@absa.ca)
Maxbell 251 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM TSASK Pressure Equipment Safety Legislation Seminar The Pressure Equipment Safety Legislation (PESL) Seminar provides an in-depth overview of the Act, Regulations, codes and standards that are applied to pressure equipment in Saskatchewan. The seminar highlights topics that are relevant to owners, operators, design and plant engineers, installers and manufacturers, project managers, and in-service inspectors.
On January 1, 2018, the new Saskatchewan Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations came into effect. The seminar will provide attendees with a greater awareness, knowledge and understanding of the new Regulations and the many program areas regulated by the TSASK.
The instructor is Brian Krasiun, P.Eng and Principal Engineer of ASFALEIA Inspection & Management Services Ltd and former Chief Inspector for the Province of Saskatchewan.
TSASK
To Register:
https://www.tsaskforms.ca/forms/view/414
One Day – Tuesday, February 25
Room Time Session Description Company Contact
Maxbell 156 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Review of Ongoing Research & Technology Development Applicable to the Pressure Equipment Integrity Industry EPRI will conduct a 1/2-day session to review ongoing research and technology development applicable to the pressure equipment integrity industry. Topics to be discussed include, at a minimum, nondestructive evaluation, advancements in materials characterization and properties, materials/component design, interaction with codes and standards bodies and regulatory authorities, and industry trends. This session will be interactive. Attendee engagement is encouraged regarding identification of relevant issues, areas for technology improvement, and general pressure equipment integrity concerns. EPRI
Registration Details 

Click here for full details.

Kinnear 206 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Struggling with TOO MANY Piping CMLs? Let us Introduce you to a Risk Based Criticality Assessment Approach to Optimize the Number of CMLs This session will look at using criticality assessment (CA) approach in developing a corrosion monitoring location (CML) program for facility piping. The CA process assigns risk values to the various piping systems after which a CML selection criteria is followed. This is a documented approach and allows strategic placement of CML’s. The workshop will include interactive participation in a CA of a facility and subsequent CML selection. IRISNDT
For more information and to register
Click Here!
Maxbell – Tom Elder Crane 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM ASME IX: Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) and Qualification Record (PQR) This course provides a basic understanding of how to review welding procedures and their associated qualification records. To accomplish this objective, the course starts with a review of ASME Section IX, part QW, focusing on understanding the QW-250 welding variable tables and their connection to welding data. A portion of the day will be spent reviewing at least two WPS-PQR combinations depending on time. The course is great for those new to welding procedures and an excellent refresher for experienced professionals. The course will reference the 2019 Edition of the ASME IX Code. CASTI
To Register:
https://www.casti.ca/courses/asme-ix-welding-procedure-specification-wps-and-qualification-record-pqr
Kinnear 206 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM ASME Standards & Certification Conduct a 1/2 day session outlining the who and what ASME does for our pressure vessel industry. Topics would include the development of the standards for pressure vessels, certification programs associated with each standard, and an overview of the on-site audit process. The presenters would be Michael Frediani, Director of Audits & Inspections and my colleague Ted Lazar, Director of Process Management for ASME Conformity Assessment Department. ASME
To register Click here
or Contact:
Michael Frediani
FredianiM@asme.org
Phone: 212-591-8359
Ted Lazar
LazarT@asme.org
Phone: 212-591-8468
Kinnear 204 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM HTHA NDE Mechanical Integrity Training with “New” API NDE Methods Over the past 6 years, the NDE Methods for HTHA have been redefined by API in API 941.  This Workshop have a history and discussion of HTHA in Petrochem applications, demonstrations of the “new” UT methods, examples of Equipment Inspection Planning and Case Studies in FFS of Vessels and Piping.  It is intended to give an overview for the Mechanical Integrity Specialist/Manager in management of equipment in HTHA Service. LPI Inc / Mistras / Zetec


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To register – Contact:
mnugent@lpiny.com