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Overview:

This is an introductory course to provide the basic understanding of the proper use and interpretation of ASME Section IX - Welding Qualifications Code and its related ASME construction codes.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

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Overview:

This course will give inputs for developing NDE Procedures for different NDE methods as per ASME Section V. Emphasis will be given on understanding the interpretation of the additional requirements of the customer and putting them adequately in the procedures and implementing them on real life situation. 

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for the NDE Personnel working as NDE level I / II / III, designers and welding engineers, fabrication engineers, production engineers, quality control inspectors, QC managers. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDE and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

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Overview:

This is an introductory course to provide the basic understanding of the proper use and interpretation of ASME Section IX - Welding Qualifications Code and its related ASME construction codes.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

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2 days
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857
Overview:

This is an introductory course to provide the basic understanding of the materials, fabrication, inspection and testing portions of ASME B31.3 for new construction and how it may be applied for post construction inspection.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, engineers, maintenance and QA personnel who work for owner-user companies, inspection companies, fabricators, maintenance service and repair companies, inspection companies and EPC's from petrochemical plants, refineries, power plants, gas/oil pipeline companies, and pulp mills.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
2 days
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Overview:

Brief introduction to ASME Sec V, Detailed discussion on different NDE methods (RT, UT, PT, MT, VT) in line with Article 2 , Article 4, Article 6, Article 7, Article 9

Who Should Attend:

Supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved in different NDE methods.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
3 days
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Overview:

An introduction to navigating codes for code users to become familiar with the process of finding and identifying many of the major topics in the ASME Process Piping Code. This course will also assist the code user in understanding how the codes interact with each other.

 

Who Should Attend:

This course is intended for new code users with little or no code experience or knowledge with a background in engineering, technology, or experienced trades person.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
3 days
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99
Overview:

ASTM Specifications, Product Standards, General Standards, Supplementary Requirements, Material Selection, ASTM Steel Standard Designations and Product Markings, ASME SA-106, SA-516, SA-333, SA-387, and SA-312, ASME SFA No. and AWS Classification of Filler Metals ASME SFA-5.1 and SFA-5.5 .

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
2 days
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Overview:

Brief introduction to the code's layout and how it interact, Pressure design equations, Welding requirements, NDE acceptance criteria, Hydrostatic/pneumatic testing, PWHT Requirements etc.

 

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
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Overview:

This is an introductory course to provide the basic understanding of the proper use and interpretation of ASME Section IX - Welding Qualifications Code and its related ASME construction codes.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
N/A
Duration:
1 day
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91
Overview:

This course teaches students how to:

  • Navigate the AWS D1.1 code book
  • Use test-taking strategies during high-stress, time-sensitive, testing environments.

COURSE MODULES : 

  • MODULE 1 – Introduction
  • MODULE 2 – Clause 1 – General Requirements
  • MODULE 3 – Clause 2 – Design of Welded Connections
  • MODULE 4 – Clause 3 – Prequalification of WPSs
  • MODULE 5 – Clause 4 – Qualification
  • MODULE 6 – Clause 5 – Fabrication
  • MODULE 7 – Clause 6 – Inspection
  • MODULE 8 – Clause 7 – Stud Welding
  • MODULE 9 – Clause 8 – Strengthening and Repair of Existing Structures
  • MODULE 10 – Clause 9 – Tubular Structures
Who Should Attend:

Anyone wishing to learn how to navigate the D1.1 code book, Anyone seeking to prepare for Part C of our Certified Welding Inspector exam or an AWS endorsement exam

This student body may encompass many positions, including:

  • Welders
  • Welding engineers
  • Welding inspectors
  • Welding supervisors
  • Shop owners
Pre requisites:

While no prior courses are necessary to fulfill prerequisite level knowledge, we advise students seeking to prepare for the CWI exam. 

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Duration:
2 days
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169
Overview:

ASME Sec VIII Div 1 design aspects of Pressure Vessels, ASME Sect . II - Material, ASME Sect IX, WPS, PQR, WPQ and writing and reviewing these document, ASME Sec V, NDT Requirements.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
3 days
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41
Overview:

The design requirements of Section VIII, Division 1 will be explained and the application of those requirements demonstrated through example problems. General, material and fabrication requirements with related documentation will be covered. The participants will not only gain the knowledge for design of safe and economical vessels, they will also learn how to pick proper materials, avoid common fabrication problems, and prepare data reports. The latest Code revisions and the work being performed on future revisions will be reviewed.

Who Should Attend:

Individuals involved with the purchase, design, fabrication, or inspection of pressure vessels. Engineers, designers, fabrication personnel, QA supervisors, and inspectors who work for pressure vessel owners, fabricators, inspection companies.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
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Overview:

Brief introduction to ASME B16.5, Discussion on Dimensions, Tolerances, Pressure Testing, Pressure Temperature Ratings for Flanges and Flanged Fittings.

Who Should Attend:

This course is intended for new code users with little or no code experience or knowledge with a background in engineering, technology, or experienced trades person.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
Duration:
1 day
The current course is Outdated.
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Overview:

This is an introductory course to provide the basic understanding of the proper use and interpretation of ASME Section IX - Welding Qualifications Code and its related ASME construction codes.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
151
Overview:

This is an introductory course to provide the basic understanding of the proper use and interpretation of ASME Section IX - Welding Qualifications Code and its related ASME construction codes.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
370
Overview:

Brief introduction to ASME B16.5, Discussion on Dimensions, Tolerances, Pressure Testing, Pressure Temperature Ratings for Flanges and Flanged Fittings.

Who Should Attend:

This course is intended for new code users with little or no code experience or knowledge with a background in engineering, technology, or experienced trades person.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
Duration:
1 day
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382
Overview:

Brief introduction to ASME Sec III, An introduction to navigating codes for code users to become familiar with the process of finding and identifying many of the major topics in the various sub sections, Step by step comparison of Nuclear Codes with ASME Sec VIII Div 1 will give an insight of differences in the two design codes.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with ASME Section II.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
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383
Overview:

This course will give inputs for developing NDE Procedures for different NDE methods as per ASME Section V. Emphasis will be given on understanding the interpretation of the additional requirements of the customer and putting them adequately in the procedures and implementing them on real life situation. 

Who Should Attend:

This is an ideal course for the NDE Personnel working as NDE level I / II / III, designers and welding engineers, fabrication engineers, production engineers, quality control inspectors, QC managers. This course will also help the candidates to prepare for the Professional Qualification in the field of NDE and Welding.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
Duration:
1 day
The current course is Outdated.
393
Overview:

This is an introductory course to provide the basic understanding of the proper use and interpretation of ASME Section IX - Welding Qualifications Code and its related ASME construction codes.

Who Should Attend:

Inspectors, welders, welding supervisors, quality control personnel, technologists, and engineers involved with new welding procedure and welder qualifications for new fabrication, repairs, maintenance, and inspection for pressure vessel or piping.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
2 days
The current course is Outdated.
417
Overview:

The design requirements of Section VIII, Division 1 will be explained and the application of those requirements demonstrated through example problems. General, material and fabrication requirements with related documentation will be covered. The participants will not only gain the knowledge for design of safe and economical vessels, they will also learn how to pick proper materials, avoid common fabrication problems, and prepare data reports. The latest Code revisions and the work being performed on future revisions will be reviewed.

Who Should Attend:

Individuals involved with the purchase, design, fabrication, or inspection of pressure vessels. Engineers, designers, fabrication personnel, QA supervisors, and inspectors who work for pressure vessel owners, fabricators, inspection companies.

Pre requisites:

Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but individuals are not required to have an engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter.

Date:
To
Duration:
5 days
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