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Overview:

This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Pressure Vessel Inspector Certification Examination by teaching you to:

  • understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know
  • efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination and
  • complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination.
  • to be conversant with Computer Based Examination
Who Should Attend:

This training course is intended for API 510 inspector examination candidates who have both inspection experience and experience working with the API and ASME Codes. Experience with API and ASME Codes is required during the supervision of inspection activities as described in the ICP Qualification Requirements. API ICP exam candidates are expected to have a broad base of general knowledge and experience covering all topics described in the API Body of Knowledge

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6 days
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782
Overview:

This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Piping Inspector Certification Examination by teaching you to: 

  • understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know;
  • efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination; and
  • complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination.
  • to be conversant with Computer Based Examination

About API 570 Piping Inspector :

Certified API 570 Piping inspectors must have a broad knowledge base relating to maintenance, inspection, alteration and repair of in-service metallic piping systems. The API 570 examination is designed to determine if applicants have such knowledge.

This certification program benefits employers and the industry as a whole by helping to:

  • Provide a continued high level of safety through the use of inspectors specialized in process piping
  • Improve management control of process unit inspection, repair, alteration and rerating
  • Reduce the potential for inspection delays resulting from regulatory requirements

API 570 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

This training course is intended for API 570 inspector examination candidates who have both inspection experience and experience working with the API and ASME Codes. Experience with API and ASME Codes is required during the supervision of inspection activities as described in the ICP Qualification Requirements. API ICP exam candidates are expected to have a broad base of general knowledge and experience covering all topics described in the API Body of Knowledge.

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783
Overview:

The API Source Inspector programs qualify individuals who perform the important task of quality surveillance of materials, equipment and fabrications at the supplier/vendor level in the oil, petrochemical and gas industries. Inspectors act on behalf of purchasers to:

  • Examine fabricated and manufactured equipment and materials at a supplier’s facility
  • Confirm that the supplier’s quality management system is being utilized effectively

API SIRE - Source Inspector Rotating Equipment is the second certification in the Source Inspector Suite. This certification, developed in cooperation with industry experts, focuses primarily on Rotating Equipment, including but not limited to: pumps, gears, compressors, turbines and associated appurtenances.

Who Should Attend:

The API SIRE - Source Inspector Rotating Equipment certification is open to applicants with any experience in the petroleum and petrochemical industries, as well as applicants wanting to gain industry experience.

To obtain an API SIRE certification, candidates will need to pass the Source Inspector Rotating Equipment examination.

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6 days
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784
Overview:

The course consists of theoretical inputs on codes like ASME, API, ASNT, AWS and SSPC documents, and practical aspects are covered by discussion on various case studies.The uniqueness of the program is emphasizing on the 'why' part of the code rather than the'what' part. When the participants understand the 'why' part of the code, they start following the code practices unconsciously, and that is the real success of inspection.In addition to this the participant needs to give meaning to customer specifications. One has to understand that when the code is silent, the customer is speaking. We should be able to catch customer's additional requirements and give justice to the customer specification. In addition to the theoretical inputs, there will be quizzes, case studies and discussions through out the course, to ensure in depth penetration of the subject.

Who Should Attend:

The course is suitable to all persons related to Inspection. It is applicable to upstream, midstreamand downstream segments. It is recommended for Third party inspectors, Inspection engineers / Surveyors, Design persons,Purchase persons, Supervisors, NDT coordinators and Project Engineers.

Pre requisites:

The API Source Inspector certification program was developed in cooperation with industry experts. It qualifies individuals (employees of end-users and individual contractors) who perform the important task of supplier quality surveillance. The Source Inspector has been defined as the individual responsible for: 

  • Examining fabricated and manufactured equipment and materials at a supplier’s facility
  • Confirming that the supplier’s quality management system is being utilized effectively

SIFE - Source Inspector Fixed Equipment focuses primarily on pressure containing equipment and structural equipment, including: vessels, columns/towers, heat exchangers, piping, valves, pressure relief devices, tubulars, and associated structural fabrications.

The API SIFE certification is valid for a three-year term.

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903
Overview:

This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Above Ground Storage Tank Inspector Certification Examination by teaching you to:

  • understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know;
  • efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination; and
  • complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination.

About API 653 Aboveground Storage Tank :

The American Petroleum Institute initiated an API 653 Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector Certification Program with the participation of storage tank owners and users. It establishes a uniform national program that assists state and local governments in aboveground storage tank regulations.

The API 653 Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector must have a broad knowledge base relating to tank inspection and repair of aboveground storage tanks, and will satisfy the minimum qualifications specified in API Standard 653, Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Reconstruction.

API 653 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

This training course is intended for API 653 inspector examination candidates who have both inspection experience and experience working with the API and ASME Codes. Experience with API and ASME Codes is required during the supervision of inspection activities as described in the ICP Qualification Requirements. API ICP exam candidates are expected to have a broad base of general knowledge and experience covering all topics described in the API Body of Knowledge.

Pre requisites:

N/A

Date:
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Duration:
6 days
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786
Overview:

To improve safety, reliability, and minimize liability of fixed equipment by learning common damage mechanisms in the refining and petrochemical industry as covered in API 571 are the primary objectives. The roles of the engineer and inspector in identifying affected materials and equipment, critical factors, appearance of damage, prevention and mitigation, inspection and monitoring will be covered to introduce the concepts of service-induced deterioration and failure modes. This course is intended for anyone interested in gaining a fundamental understanding of damage mechanisms in metals.

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, inspectors, designers, and experienced maintenance personnel who are involved in designing, operating, maintaining, repairing, inspecting and analyzing pressure vessels, piping, tanks and pipelines for safe operations in the refining, petrochemical and other related industries. It will assist with API 579 and API 580 evaluations and API 571 ICP exam candidates.

Pre requisites:

If you hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, you automatically qualify to take the API 571 Corrosion and Materials certification exam.

If you do not hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, then qualification is based on a combination of your level of education and industry experience acquired within the last 10 years.

Prior to submitting an application, please use the table below to determine if you qualify to take the API 571 exam. The minimum experience required MUST be documented on your application.

Education Years of Experience Experience Required :

Education Years of Experience Experience Required
BS or higher in engineering or technology 1 year Any experience in the petrochemical industry
2-year degree or certificate in engineering or technology 2 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
High school diploma or equivalent 3 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
No formal education 5 or more years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
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Duration:
4 days
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787
Overview:

The objective of this preparatory program is to provide advanced knowledge and expertise in the area of Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) based on the information contained in API RP 580.

API welcomes highly specialized inspectors, engineers, other professionals across the entire petrochemical industry to obtain the API 580 Risk Based Inspection certification as a validation of their profound knowledge of Risked Based Inspection (RBI).

RBI has quickly become one of the industry’s premiere instruments and preferred methods of inspection. The API 580 certification will add significant value to your professional credentials, demonstrating to your employers and clients that you have obtained a high level of proficiency and understanding in this very important field.

API 580 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, inspectors, designers, and experienced maintenance personnel who are involved in designing, operating, maintaining, repairing, inspecting and analyzing pressure vessels, piping, tanks and pipelines for safe operations in the refining, petrochemical and other related industries.

Pre requisites:

If you hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, you automatically qualify to take the API 580 Risk Based Inspection certification exam.

If you do not hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, then qualification is based on a combination of your level of education and industry experience acquired within the last 10 years.

Prior to submitting an application, please use the table below to determine if you qualify to take the API 580 exam. The minimum experience required MUST be documented on your application.

Education Years of Experience Experience Required
BS or higher in engineering or technology 1 year Any experience in the petrochemical industry
2-year degree or certificate in engineering or technology 2 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
High school diploma or equivalent 3 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
No formal education 5 or more years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
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Duration:
4 days
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907
Overview:

The API 936 Refractory Personnel certification is designed to identify candidates possessing the knowledge of API STD 936 Refractory Installation Quality Control Guidelines. These are guidelines for the installation quality control of monolithic refractory linings and may be used to supplement owner specifications.

API 936 certification raises the bar of competence for qualified personnel, who must have knowledge of installation, inspection, testing and repair of refractory linings. It provides the industry with a prequalified set of individuals prepared for the job and readily identifies those who are qualified to do the job.

API 936 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

The API 936 certification program is open to applicants with any experience in the petroleum or petrochemical industries, as well as applicants wanting to gain industry experience.

Pre requisites:

The API 936 Refractory Personnel certification is open to applicants with any experience in the petroleum and petrochemical industries, as well as applicants wanting to gain industry experience.

To obtain an API 936 certification, candidates will need to pass the 936 Refractory Personnel examination.

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4 days
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909
Overview:

This is an intensive and rigorous training program covering codes and standards including the API standards to prepare those participants who are planning on attaining the API 1169 Pipeline Construction Inspector Certification as well as those involved in the construction process.

API 1169 Pipeline Construction Inspector Certification requirements are based on work experience acquired within the last 20 years. Education and other certifications may also be needed.

Applicants can qualify in one or more of these categories.

  • Pipeline Inspection Experience
  • General Oil & Gas Industry Inspection Experience
  • Non-Inspection Pipeline Experience
  • Non-Inspection General Oil & Gas Industry Experience
  • Other Heavy Industry Experience

Determine which category applies to you and then provide the information that is required.

  • The minimum amount of experience/education needed to qualify MUST be documented on your application and will be verified after your application has been submitted. 
  • If you are using education or certification to help you qualify, then official documentation (in the English language) will need to be uploaded into your application.
Who Should Attend:

hose planning on sitting for the API 1169 Certification Examination to be qualified as to API 1169 Pipeline Construction Inspector.Pipeline Welding Inspectors, Pipeline Welding Engineers,, Pipeline Welding Supervisors, NDT personnel, and those who wish to understand pipeline QA/QC .

Pre requisites:

For qualification details please refer API.org website. 

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6 days
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906
Overview:

The objective of this preparatory program is to provide advanced knowledge and expertise in the area of Welding Inspection and Metallurgy based on the information contained in API RP 577.

API welcomes highly specialized inspectors, welding engineers, metallurgists and other professionals across the entire petrochemical industry to obtain the API 577 Welding Inspection and Metallurgy certification as a validation of their profound knowledge of welding processes and metallurgy.

The API 577 certification will add significant value to your professional credentials, demonstrating to your employers and clients that you have obtained a high level of proficiency and understanding in this important field.

API 577 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, inspectors, designers, and experienced maintenance personnel who are involved in designing, operating, maintaining, repairing, inspecting and analyzing pressure vessels, piping, tanks and pipelines for safe operations in the refining, petrochemical and other related industries. It will assist with API 579 and API 580 evaluations and API 571 ICP exam candidates.

Pre requisites:

If you hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, you automatically qualify to take the API 577 Welding Inspection and Metallurgy certification exam.

If you do not hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, then qualification is based on a combination of your level of education and industry experience acquired within the last 10 years.

Prior to submitting an application, please use the table below to determine if you qualify to take the API 577 exam. The minimum experience required MUST be documented on your application.

Education Years of Experience Experience Required
BS or higher in engineering or technology 1 year Any experience in the petrochemical industry
2-year degree or certificate in engineering or technology 2 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
High school diploma or equivalent 3 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
No formal education 5 or more years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
 
Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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911
Overview:

This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Pressure Vessel Inspector Certification Examination by teaching you to:

  • understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know
  • efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination and
  • complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination.
  • to be conversant with Computer Based Examination
Who Should Attend:

This training course is intended for API 510 inspector examination candidates who have both inspection experience and experience working with the API and ASME Codes. Experience with API and ASME Codes is required during the supervision of inspection activities as described in the ICP Qualification Requirements. API ICP exam candidates are expected to have a broad base of general knowledge and experience covering all topics described in the API Body of Knowledge

Pre requisites:

N/A

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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900
Overview:

This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Piping Inspector Certification Examination by teaching you to: 

  • understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know;
  • efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination; and
  • complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination.
  • to be conversant with Computer Based Examination

About API 570 Piping Inspector :

Certified API 570 Piping inspectors must have a broad knowledge base relating to maintenance, inspection, alteration and repair of in-service metallic piping systems. The API 570 examination is designed to determine if applicants have such knowledge.

This certification program benefits employers and the industry as a whole by helping to:

  • Provide a continued high level of safety through the use of inspectors specialized in process piping
  • Improve management control of process unit inspection, repair, alteration and rerating
  • Reduce the potential for inspection delays resulting from regulatory requirements

API 570 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

This training course is intended for API 570 inspector examination candidates who have both inspection experience and experience working with the API and ASME Codes. Experience with API and ASME Codes is required during the supervision of inspection activities as described in the ICP Qualification Requirements. API ICP exam candidates are expected to have a broad base of general knowledge and experience covering all topics described in the API Body of Knowledge.

Pre requisites:

N/A

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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901
Overview:

The API Source Inspector programs qualify individuals who perform the important task of quality surveillance of materials, equipment and fabrications at the supplier/vendor level in the oil, petrochemical and gas industries. Inspectors act on behalf of purchasers to:

  • Examine fabricated and manufactured equipment and materials at a supplier’s facility
  • Confirm that the supplier’s quality management system is being utilized effectively

API SIRE - Source Inspector Rotating Equipment is the second certification in the Source Inspector Suite. This certification, developed in cooperation with industry experts, focuses primarily on Rotating Equipment, including but not limited to: pumps, gears, compressors, turbines and associated appurtenances.

Who Should Attend:

The API SIRE - Source Inspector Rotating Equipment certification is open to applicants with any experience in the petroleum and petrochemical industries, as well as applicants wanting to gain industry experience.

To obtain an API SIRE certification, candidates will need to pass the Source Inspector Rotating Equipment examination.

Pre requisites:

N/A

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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902
Overview:

The course consists of theoretical inputs on codes like ASME, API, ASNT, AWS and SSPC documents, and practical aspects are covered by discussion on various case studies.The uniqueness of the program is emphasizing on the 'why' part of the code rather than the'what' part. When the participants understand the 'why' part of the code, they start following the code practices unconsciously, and that is the real success of inspection.In addition to this the participant needs to give meaning to customer specifications. One has to understand that when the code is silent, the customer is speaking. We should be able to catch customer's additional requirements and give justice to the customer specification. In addition to the theoretical inputs, there will be quizzes, case studies and discussions through out the course, to ensure in depth penetration of the subject.

Who Should Attend:

The course is suitable to all persons related to Inspection. It is applicable to upstream, midstreamand downstream segments. It is recommended for Third party inspectors, Inspection engineers / Surveyors, Design persons,Purchase persons, Supervisors, NDT coordinators and Project Engineers.

Pre requisites:

The API Source Inspector certification program was developed in cooperation with industry experts. It qualifies individuals (employees of end-users and individual contractors) who perform the important task of supplier quality surveillance. The Source Inspector has been defined as the individual responsible for: 

  • Examining fabricated and manufactured equipment and materials at a supplier’s facility
  • Confirming that the supplier’s quality management system is being utilized effectively

SIFE - Source Inspector Fixed Equipment focuses primarily on pressure containing equipment and structural equipment, including: vessels, columns/towers, heat exchangers, piping, valves, pressure relief devices, tubulars, and associated structural fabrications.

The API SIFE certification is valid for a three-year term.

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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785
Overview:

This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Above Ground Storage Tank Inspector Certification Examination by teaching you to:

  • understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know;
  • efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination; and
  • complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination.

About API 653 Aboveground Storage Tank :

The American Petroleum Institute initiated an API 653 Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector Certification Program with the participation of storage tank owners and users. It establishes a uniform national program that assists state and local governments in aboveground storage tank regulations.

The API 653 Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector must have a broad knowledge base relating to tank inspection and repair of aboveground storage tanks, and will satisfy the minimum qualifications specified in API Standard 653, Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Reconstruction.

API 653 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

This training course is intended for API 653 inspector examination candidates who have both inspection experience and experience working with the API and ASME Codes. Experience with API and ASME Codes is required during the supervision of inspection activities as described in the ICP Qualification Requirements. API ICP exam candidates are expected to have a broad base of general knowledge and experience covering all topics described in the API Body of Knowledge.

Pre requisites:

N/A

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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904
Overview:

To improve safety, reliability, and minimize liability of fixed equipment by learning common damage mechanisms in the refining and petrochemical industry as covered in API 571 are the primary objectives. The roles of the engineer and inspector in identifying affected materials and equipment, critical factors, appearance of damage, prevention and mitigation, inspection and monitoring will be covered to introduce the concepts of service-induced deterioration and failure modes. This course is intended for anyone interested in gaining a fundamental understanding of damage mechanisms in metals.

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, inspectors, designers, and experienced maintenance personnel who are involved in designing, operating, maintaining, repairing, inspecting and analyzing pressure vessels, piping, tanks and pipelines for safe operations in the refining, petrochemical and other related industries. It will assist with API 579 and API 580 evaluations and API 571 ICP exam candidates.

Pre requisites:

If you hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, you automatically qualify to take the API 571 Corrosion and Materials certification exam.

If you do not hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, then qualification is based on a combination of your level of education and industry experience acquired within the last 10 years.

Prior to submitting an application, please use the table below to determine if you qualify to take the API 571 exam. The minimum experience required MUST be documented on your application.

Education Years of Experience Experience Required :

Education Years of Experience Experience Required
BS or higher in engineering or technology 1 year Any experience in the petrochemical industry
2-year degree or certificate in engineering or technology 2 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
High school diploma or equivalent 3 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
No formal education 5 or more years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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905
Overview:

This is an intensive and rigorous training program covering codes and standards including the API standards to prepare those participants who are planning on attaining the API 1169 Pipeline Construction Inspector Certification as well as those involved in the construction process.

API 1169 Pipeline Construction Inspector Certification requirements are based on work experience acquired within the last 20 years. Education and other certifications may also be needed.

Applicants can qualify in one or more of these categories.

  • Pipeline Inspection Experience
  • General Oil & Gas Industry Inspection Experience
  • Non-Inspection Pipeline Experience
  • Non-Inspection General Oil & Gas Industry Experience
  • Other Heavy Industry Experience

Determine which category applies to you and then provide the information that is required.

  • The minimum amount of experience/education needed to qualify MUST be documented on your application and will be verified after your application has been submitted. 
  • If you are using education or certification to help you qualify, then official documentation (in the English language) will need to be uploaded into your application.
Who Should Attend:

hose planning on sitting for the API 1169 Certification Examination to be qualified as to API 1169 Pipeline Construction Inspector.Pipeline Welding Inspectors, Pipeline Welding Engineers,, Pipeline Welding Supervisors, NDT personnel, and those who wish to understand pipeline QA/QC .

Pre requisites:

For qualification details please refer API.org website. 

Date:
To
Duration:
6 days
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790
Overview:

The objective of this preparatory program is to provide advanced knowledge and expertise in the area of Welding Inspection and Metallurgy based on the information contained in API RP 577.

API welcomes highly specialized inspectors, welding engineers, metallurgists and other professionals across the entire petrochemical industry to obtain the API 577 Welding Inspection and Metallurgy certification as a validation of their profound knowledge of welding processes and metallurgy.

The API 577 certification will add significant value to your professional credentials, demonstrating to your employers and clients that you have obtained a high level of proficiency and understanding in this important field.

API 577 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, inspectors, designers, and experienced maintenance personnel who are involved in designing, operating, maintaining, repairing, inspecting and analyzing pressure vessels, piping, tanks and pipelines for safe operations in the refining, petrochemical and other related industries. It will assist with API 579 and API 580 evaluations and API 571 ICP exam candidates.

Pre requisites:

If you hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, you automatically qualify to take the API 577 Welding Inspection and Metallurgy certification exam.

If you do not hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, then qualification is based on a combination of your level of education and industry experience acquired within the last 10 years.

Prior to submitting an application, please use the table below to determine if you qualify to take the API 577 exam. The minimum experience required MUST be documented on your application.

Education Years of Experience Experience Required
BS or higher in engineering or technology 1 year Any experience in the petrochemical industry
2-year degree or certificate in engineering or technology 2 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
High school diploma or equivalent 3 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
No formal education 5 or more years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
 
Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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912
Overview:

The objective of this preparatory program is to provide advanced knowledge and expertise in the area of Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) based on the information contained in API RP 580.

API welcomes highly specialized inspectors, engineers, other professionals across the entire petrochemical industry to obtain the API 580 Risk Based Inspection certification as a validation of their profound knowledge of Risked Based Inspection (RBI).

RBI has quickly become one of the industry’s premiere instruments and preferred methods of inspection. The API 580 certification will add significant value to your professional credentials, demonstrating to your employers and clients that you have obtained a high level of proficiency and understanding in this very important field.

API 580 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, inspectors, designers, and experienced maintenance personnel who are involved in designing, operating, maintaining, repairing, inspecting and analyzing pressure vessels, piping, tanks and pipelines for safe operations in the refining, petrochemical and other related industries.

Pre requisites:

If you hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, you automatically qualify to take the API 580 Risk Based Inspection certification exam.

If you do not hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, then qualification is based on a combination of your level of education and industry experience acquired within the last 10 years.

Prior to submitting an application, please use the table below to determine if you qualify to take the API 580 exam. The minimum experience required MUST be documented on your application.

Education Years of Experience Experience Required
BS or higher in engineering or technology 1 year Any experience in the petrochemical industry
2-year degree or certificate in engineering or technology 2 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
High school diploma or equivalent 3 years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
No formal education 5 or more years Any experience in the petrochemical industry
Date:
To
Duration:
4 days
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908
Overview:

The API 936 Refractory Personnel certification is designed to identify candidates possessing the knowledge of API STD 936 Refractory Installation Quality Control Guidelines. These are guidelines for the installation quality control of monolithic refractory linings and may be used to supplement owner specifications.

API 936 certification raises the bar of competence for qualified personnel, who must have knowledge of installation, inspection, testing and repair of refractory linings. It provides the industry with a prequalified set of individuals prepared for the job and readily identifies those who are qualified to do the job.

API 936 certification is valid for a three-year term.

Who Should Attend:

The API 936 certification program is open to applicants with any experience in the petroleum or petrochemical industries, as well as applicants wanting to gain industry experience.

Pre requisites:

The API 936 Refractory Personnel certification is open to applicants with any experience in the petroleum and petrochemical industries, as well as applicants wanting to gain industry experience.

To obtain an API 936 certification, candidates will need to pass the 936 Refractory Personnel examination.

Date:
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Duration:
4 days
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910