The ASME Plant Inspector Level 1 training course provides the fundamental principles of inspection, assessment and management of fixed pressure equipment, also commonly known as static mechanical plant. The content of the course is delivered in a methodical manner from the inspection planning process to the inspection practices and assessment of the associated equipment. It is aimed at the upstream and downstream Petrochemical industry but is equally relevant to stakeholders from other industries that utilise pressure equipment. This intensive course covers the in-service inspection methodologies and requirements for piping, pressure vessels and above ground storage tanks.

The course is conducted in online mode with the support of qualified university professors, in partnership with a recognized professional qualification awarding body. At the end of the course the candidate will receive a certificate of attendance. Certificate of qualification shall be issued by a recognized professional qualification awarding body to all the delegates who pass the written examination.

This course will cover the main causes of corrosion in upstream oil and gas operations, as well as monitoring and mitigation methods. The various corrosion mechanisms give rise to a number of different forms of corrosion damage, which will all be considered. The course content is based on a field facilities engineering point of view, as opposed to a more narrowly-specialised corrosion engineering or chemistry viewpoint. It provides an appropriate balance of necessary theory and practical applications to solve/mitigate corrosion-related problems.

The course is conducted in online mode with the support of qualified university professors, in partnership with a recognized professional qualification awarding body. At the end of the course the candidate will receive a certificate of attendance.

The CE marking of steel and aluminium structures in accordance with UNI EN 1090-1 has become mandatory since 1 July 2014. The Regulation No. 305/2011 (Construction Products Regulation, or CPR) prescribes to market products after the related validation by initial type testing and implementing the factory production control (FPC) verified by a CPR Notified Body. This course provides the basic knowledge about design, implementation and verification of the organization "control of manufacturing" system related to CE marking of products within the scope of the Regulation No. 305/2011.

The course is conducted in online mode with the support of qualified university professors, in partnership with a recognized professional qualification awarding body. At the end of the course the candidate will receive a certificate of attendance.

The CE marking of construction products in steel and aluminium according to EN 1090 introduces in the phase where the link between the product standards and design regulations (first of all the Eurocodes) is more closely. The involved organizations must now consider both the competences related to the manufacturing of the products and the applicability of the technical standards for declaring the conformity of the realized products. In this context the "component specification" is important, as described in the EN 1090-1 Appendix A, that it must contain information related to the product as requirements list, manufacturing process, technical documents.

The course is conducted in online mode with the support of qualified University professors, in partnership with a recognized professional qualification awarding body. At the end of the course the candidate will receive a certificate of attendance.