Welding, SubSea/Offshore Maritime Programmes

Welding, SubSea/Offshore Maritime Programmes

METAL INERT GAS / METAL ACTIVE GAS / GAS METAL ARC WELDER (MIG/MAG/GMAW)

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This course is about performing manual (semi-automatic) operations for metal inert gas welding (MIG) / metal active gas welding (MAG) also known as gas metal arc welding (GMAW) for welding joints in all positions as per welding procedure specification (WPS).The welder can prepare various Fillet and Groove joints and prepare for operations by interpreting the right information from the WPS in positions (EN ISO 6947 – PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF, PG; ASME IX – I-6 G/1-6 F)
- Working Safely - Prepare for welding operations - Carry out welding operations - Test for quality - Post welding activities - Dealing with contingencies -
At the end using GMAW process you will be able to practically weld; - Bead on plate - Layered beads - Stop start beads - Edge welds - Flange welds - Corner welds - Lap welds - Fillet welds
Any person who can show proficiency in welding all position in SMAW process
500,000 25 Days

TUNGSTEN INERT GAS WELDER (GTAW)

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This unit covers the performing of manual TIG (GTAW) welding for a range of standard welding job requirements. This involves welding different materials (carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel) in various positions. The welder can prepare various joints including corner, butt, fillet and tee. This involves setting-up and preparing for operations, interpreting the right inform
- Working safely - Preparing for welding operations - Carrying out welding operations - Testing for quality - Post welding techniques - Dealing with contingencies
At the end using GTAW process you will be able to practically weld; - Bead on plate - Layered beads - Stop start beads - Edge welds - Flange welds - Corner welds - Lap welds - Fillet welds
A competent welder that wish to improve his/her skills on performing welding activities on aluminium and stainless plate using special process.
N650,000 25 Days

FLUX CORED ARC WELDER (SEMI-AUTOMATIC)

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This unit covers performing of semi-automatic flux cored arc welding process for a range of standard welding job requirements as per welding procedure specification (WPS). This involves welding different materials from a selection of carbon steel, and stainless steel in various positions and various joints including corner, butt, fillet and tee.
- Working safely - Preparing for welding operations - Carrying out welding operations - Testing of output - Post-welding activities - Dealing with contingencies -
At the end using Flux cored electrode, you will be able to practically weld; - Bead on plate - Layered beads - Stop start beads - Edge welds - Flange welds - Corner welds - Lap welds - Fillet welds
Candidates undertaking this course will be expected to have a basic knowledge of SMAW process and able to weld various welding position both for plate and pipe.
N500,000 21 Days

MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING/SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING WELDER

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This course is about performing manual metal arc welding (MMAW) welding also known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) for producing various types of joints on carbon and low alloy steels in 1G/1F, 2G/2F and 3G/3F welding positions as per specific instructions given. The welder can perform these operations under supervision as per WPS and can setup and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS, obtaining the right consumables and raw materials, etc.
- Working Safely - Preparing for welding operations - Carrying out welding operations - Testing for quality-
Workshop personnel wishing to become welders , Private individuals wishing to train as welders (they will require access to a workshop for the practical component)
N1,300,000 65 Days

ESSENTIALS OF WELDING DESIGN

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This course reviews the terminology and explains concisely the basic principles of effective welding design;
The welded joint; terminology; steps for successful design; features of welding processes; edge preparations; weld symbols; residual stress and distortion; defects; weldability; strength of welded joints; calculation of weld size for static loading; material selection and process control to avoid brittle fracture; design exercises; assessment of the relative fatigue life of welds; fatigue life improvement methods.
- To recognize how welding imposes limitations on design - To appreciate the importance of weldability problems in materials selection - To design a welded joint to provide adequate access for a given process - To make static stress assessments - To understand fatigue behaviour of welded joints - To select materials to avoid brittle fracture -
Project engineers, design engineers and design draughtsman, and all technical staff who require an understanding of the influence of design in production of acceptable welded fabrications.
N70,000 2 Days

PIPE FITTING & PIPE BENDING

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This course details how Pipefitters fabricate pipework and supports using detailed engineering drawings, cutting, shaping and bending pipe in preparation for welding. Often working alongside welders, they connect piping efficiently and safely, sometimes in difficult conditions.
- Technical Mathematics for Pipe Fitters - Technical Drawing & Symbols - Typical Materials & Tools used for Pipe Fitting and for Pipe Installations - Pipe Fitting Process for Galvanized Pipes - Trade terminology and communication strategies - Bending Principles - Cold bending of Pipes - Hot Bending of Pipes - PVC Pipes - Safety protocols and standards
- Calculate length of pipe systems using the metric and inch system - Calculate the Volume of cylindrical forms - Interpret drawings to fabricate pipe systems - Identify typically used materials, tools and equipment used in Pipe Fitting & Pipe Bending - Identify common fittings, valves, pressure gauges, flow meters - Know the common methods to fit pipes together - Layout, cut thread and install pipes for water supply systems - Know different possibilities on how to bend pipes (hydraulic pipe bender and hot bending) - Know the basics about installing a building water supply system (circular pump, different valves, flow meter, pressure gauge …..) - Know the basics about PVC−Pipe Processing -
Project engineers, design engineers and design draughtsman, and all technical staff who require an understanding of the influence of design in production of acceptable welded fabrications.
N100,000 3 Days April 2-4 July 9-11 November 5-7

IIW INTERNATIONAL WELDING PRACTITIONER

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Practical training is carried out on an individual basis with the main processes being MMA, MIG/MAG, FCAW, TIG and Oxy-Fuel welding. Forty (40) hours are reserved to broaden the student’s knowledge and skill in other relevant materials within this main process. An additional twenty (20) hours shall be reserved to give the student basic understanding of the possibilities of other processes
- Welding processes and equipment - Materials and their behaviour during welding, construction and design - Fabrication applications engineering - Practical Welding – optional (Practical training is carried out on an individual basis with the main processes being MMA, MIG/MAG, FCAW, TIG and Oxy-Fuel welding) -
On completion of the course, candidates will have an understanding of: • The characteristics and main components of the most common arc welding power sources • • The fundamentals of common and special welding processes and their applications • • Consumables used in the different welding processes • • Joint designs and weld configurations for specific materials, thicknesses, accessibility, different loadings and allowable tolerances • • Basic metallurgy of steels, testing of materials and heat treatments • • Defects encountered with the various welding processes
- A valid welder qualification certificate to weld in all positions without backing in at least one process (e.g. 6G (H-LO45) pipe weld without backing, or horizontal and vertical groove weld without backing) - The recommended minimum age of 20 years including 2 years’ working experience as a welder - Welder qualification tests will be conducted on completion of the theory in the 6G positions and PF plate positions, in a choice of processes or materials
N900,000 70 Days

IIW INTERNATIONAL WELDING SPECIALIST

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Specialist (IWS) Personnel with some technical knowledge where the level of knowledge needs to be sufficient for the planning, executing, supervising and testing of tasks and responsibilities, within a limited technical field and involving simple welded constructions.
PWT - Practical Welding Technology (Foundation) AWP - Advanced Welding Processes and Equipment WPE1 - Welding Processes and Equipment (Foundation) DAC1 - Design and Construction (Foundation) MAB1 - Materials and their Behaviour (Foundation) FAA1 - Fabrication and Application (Foundation)*
Candidates will have theoretical training, main topics and basis of “Welding technology”, “Metallurgy and weldability”, practice and laboratory, theoretical training as refers to Welding processes and equipment, behaviour of metals subjected to welding, Design of welded joints, fabrication and applied engineering.
Engineers, technologists, welding coordinators and managers in the following fields - process plants, structural steelwork, bridges, pressure vessels, pipework and pipelines, storage tanks, offshore structures, general heavy equipment, ship building and ship repairs, automotive, construction, rail, aerospace, power generator equipment, material testing or any industry where welding is the major joining method. If you have some technical knowledge with at least 2 years’ experience in welding-related tasks and are seeking to progress your career in welding engineering, the EWF/IIW diploma is for you. -A minimum of a CSWIP 3.2 senior welding inspector certificate -Professional engineer of incorporated (IENG) status granted by the UK Engineering council, or COREN under mature candidate’s rules -Higher National Diploma (HND) in an engineering discipline or -Level 4 National vocational qualifications or other nationally recognized vocations qualification in engineering subjects.
N850,000 25 Days

IIW INTERNATIONAL WELDING TECHNOLOGIST

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This course has a theoretical component and covers welding processes and equipment; materials and their behaviour during welding; construction and design; fabrication applications engineering; and fundamental practical skills. This course also has a practical component, which although does not aim at providing practical skills to the candidate, it does however provide them with knowledge on the control of the different welding processes. The course covers specifications; verification of welder and procedure qualifications; and interpretation of test results and collation of reports and records.
WPE2 - Welding Processes and Equipment (Intermediate) DAC2 - Design and Construction (Intermediate) MAB2 - Materials and their Behaviour (Intermediate) FAA2 - Fabrication and Application (Intermediate)*
Successful students will possess an intimate knowledge of welding and how to apply this in the areas of: • Non-destructive testing, mechanical testing and visual inspection techniques • Inspection procedures, material specifications and metallurgy Engineering drawings, joint fit up, consumables and workmanship tolerances • Preparation and application of welding procedure specifications and procedures • Welding equipment functionality and quality control plans • Identification of weld imperfections associated with pre-production, fabrication and post fabrication Inspection requirements based on national specifications or codes
Engineers, technologists, welding coordinators and managers in the following fields - process plants, structural steelwork, bridges, pressure vessels, pipework and pipelines, storage tanks, offshore structures, general heavy equipment, ship building and ship repairs, automotive, construction, rail, aerospace, power generator equipment, material testing or any industry where welding is the major joining method. If you have some technical knowledge with at least 2 years’ experience in welding-related tasks and are seeking to progress your career in welding engineering, the EWF/IIW diploma is for you. Entry requirement •Professional engineer of incorporated (IENG) status granted by the UK Engineering council, or COREN under mature candidate’s rules, •Higher National Diploma (HND) in an engineering discipline or •Level 4 National vocational qualifications or other nationally recognized vocations qualification in engineering subjects
N2,000,000 Practical: 8 days Theory: 44 days Exams: 16 hours

IIW INTERNATIONAL WELDING ENGINEER

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Engineer (IWE) Personnel with comprehensive technical knowledge, where full knowledge is required for the planning, executing and supervising of all tasks and responsibilities in welding fabrication.
- Welding processes and equipment - Materials and their behaviour during welding - Construction and design - Fabrication and applications engineering
On successful completion of the programme, the candidate should be able to work in industrial projects as a welding coordinator with comprehensive technical knowledge within the areas: - Welding processes and equipment - Materials and their behaviour during welding - Construction and design - Fabrication and applications engineering
Engineers, technologists, welding coordinators and managers in the following fields - process plants, structural steelwork, bridges, pressure vessels, pipework and pipelines, storage tanks, offshore structures, general heavy equipment, ship building and ship repairs, automotive, construction, rail, aerospace, power generator equipment, material testing or any industry where welding is the major joining method. If you have some technical knowledge with at least 2 years’ experience in welding-related tasks and are seeking to progress your career in welding engineering, the EWF/IIW diploma is for you. Entry requirement -Hold a university degree in an engineering discipline -Approved craft certificate in engineering -Senior secondary school certificate (SSCE) Or its equivalent -National vocational qualification or other national recognized vocational qualifications in engineering subjects
N2,500,000 6 months

CORROSION CONTROL BY MATERIAL SELECTION AND DESIGN

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The theme throughout the course is how to put the right material in the right place in the right way. Practical rules in selection of materials and design guidelines against many different types of corrosion will be presented. Numerous case histories of real-life problems and practical solutions will be discussed.
- Introduction to corrosion control - The importance of design in corrosion prevention - Effects of design and material selection on corrosion - Practical corrosion cells commonly encountered in design - Basic metallurgy for materials selection - Materials selection for corrosion control -Metals and Alloys - Materials selection for corrosion control – non-metals - Compatibility of materials and environments - Design solutions to corrosion problems based on types of corrosion - Design solutions to corrosion problems based on fabrication techniques and environmental conditions - Specifications and guidelines - Design against corrosion: the DOs and DON'Ts - Exercise and practical session
At the end of the course, participant will be able to; - Put the right material in the right place in the right way. - Practical rules in selection of materials and design guidelines against many different types of corrosion will be presented. - Numerous case histories of real-life problems and practical solutions will be discussed.
This course provides an excellent avenue for corrosion practitioners, researchers, designers, technical managers, inspection and maintenance engineers, quality control personnel and those involved in failure analysis to update their appreciation of corrosion prevention through materials selection and design.
N150,000 5 Days April 23-27 August 27-31 November 12-16

QAQC PIPING AND WELDING INSPECTOR COURSE

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This course is a blend of essentials of Piping knowledge, welding fundamentals & Quality control inspection activities in Petrochemical and other engineering industries. The course has been essentially prepared to give good deal of information to young and fresh engineers on international codes including those from American Petroleum Institute, The process piping and piping circuits design and inspection activities.
The course provides very valuable information on new welding procedure qualifications, performance qualification, selection of mechanical tests and welding variables. The common welding processes, electrode & filler metal classification in compliance of ASME sec II & Section IX. Complete information required for engineers in Oil & Gas sector including piping joints, Flange ratings, and flanged fittings covering the scope of ASME B 16.5 Code. Design considerations for internal pressure pipes has also been included and understanding the important Process piping code in Petroleum industries, ASME B 31.3.
The course provides very valuable information on new welding procedure qualifications, performance qualification, selection of mechanical tests and welding variables. The common welding processes, electrode & filler metal classification in compliance of ASME sec II & Section IX. Complete information required for engineers in Oil & Gas sector including piping joints, Flange ratings, and flanged fittings covering the scope of ASME B 16.5 Code. Design considerations for internal pressure pipes has also been included and understanding the important Process piping code in Petroleum industries, ASME B 31.3.
The course is designed for fresh as well as experienced, Mechanical, Production, Metallurgical & chemical engineers, Science graduates seeking complete understanding and knowledge of process piping, welding & metallurgy fundamentals & NDT. It is valuable especially for fresh engineers seeking immediate positions as Q/C & Piping Engineer in Petrochemical, Engineering, Oil & Gas industries with knowledge of international codes
N100,000 5 Days March 19-23 June 18-22 September 3-7

ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT/PERFORMANCE

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This course will show delegates how to determine the key threats from ageing equipment, and how to plan and implement a life extension strategy for managing them. It will show how knowledge of the vulnerabilities, deterioration and obsolescence, and loss of organizational competence can be used to develop a strategy for managing ageing-related risks. It covers all equipment types: static equipment (pressure vessels, piping, storage tanks etc.), rotating equipment, control and instrumentation, electrical and civil infrastructure.
- Asset Integrity Management - Risk and Risk Assessment - Risk Based Maintenance - Life Cycle Management Aspects - The Way Forward: Improvement Plan Workshop -
- Risk management – understand how to determine the SHE and business threats from ageing equipment (e.g. equipment degradation, obsolescence, loss of technical support), and how to manage them - Manage assets in petroleum industry in sustainable and safe manner - Perform integrity management on topside and sub-sea systems - Assess & control Asset Integrity of operational assets in production & process systems - organizational arrangements - understand how risks can be managed in a fragmented/outsourced organizational regime - Investment requirements – learn how to determine, justify and prioritize resources for asset management
NA 5 Days March 5-9 June 4-8 October 22-26

BASIC PIPELINE SYSTEM OVERVIEW

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This course that provides awareness level training for engineers new to the hazardous liquid and gas pipeline industry. The topics include the technical and economic basis for pipeline systems; the key facilities that connect pipelines to the other elements of the hydrocarbon value chain; regulatory and environmental compliance issues; key considerations for public and governmental interaction; project development and construction challenges; and the strategies for safe and efficient pipeline system operations, maintenance, and asset integrity. Case studies are an integral part of this course.
- Basic concepts of liquid and gas pipeline economics - Pipeline design overview - Construction methods and challenges - Pipeline routing, liquid and gas flows - Essential operations - Asset integrity management - Regulatory and code compliance requirements -
- The business model and value-added premise of pipelines and their role in the overall energy value chain - The advantages and limitation of pipelines, and the scope and general structure of the industry - The key components and facilities that are integrated into pipeline systems - How to recognize regulatory codes and industry guidelines (API and others) that control the permitting, design, construction, operations, and maintenance of pipeline facilities - Introduction to pipeline routing, factors influencing pipeline routing, liquid and gas flow fundamentals and basic hydrodynamics - The steps from concept to operating system to abandonment - design, permitting, land acquisition, construction, and start-up with each tied to the key issues for project and operations management - The strategic operational and maintenance needs and options for pipeline systems, including system monitoring and control, leak detection, measurement and quality control, asset integrity management, efficient and safe operations, and emergency response capability
Recent graduate engineers involved in midstream activities of pipeline and terminal design, construction, and operations. It also provides effective grounding for upstream and downstream managers, business development, legal, human resources, finance, land acquisition, and public relations professionals, as well as independent investors interested in a general technically oriented overview of pipeline systems.
180,000 5 Days May 21-25 September 10-14

DOWNTIME PREVENTION

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Downtime and unscheduled events on rigs can negatively impact operational performance and productivity, resulting in escalating costs and increase safety risks. Therefore, this course is designed to assist organisations reduce downtime and unscheduled events happening during the course of their equipment operations.
- Introduction to Downtime - Team building - Well planning and control - Stuck pipe prevention - Lost circulation - Rig repair - Drill string failure - Drill jars - Casing and cementing - Directional drilling - Tripping practices - Maintenance Philosophy - HSE and Inspection techniques - Downtime Prevention Strategies - Reviews and case studies of some Company Downtime
Downtime prevention is usually tailored to meet client requirement based on: - Equipment Used - Type of Maintenance Management practiced - Type of failure frequently experienced. - Company Leadership structure.
•Rig-based and onshore office-based personnel involved in rig operations •Engineers, drilling supervisors, rig managers, tool pushers, and drillers
120,000 3 Days May 2-4 August 1-3

OFFSHORE PIPELINE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

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This course covers the fundamental aspects of design, construction, and operations of offshore pipeline systems. The course focuses on pipeline mechanical, strength, and stability design, and construction. Special challenges, such as shoreline crossings, foreign pipeline crossings, repair methods, flow assurance, corrosion and cathodic protection are an integral part of this course. Participants will acquire the essential knowledge and skills to design, construct, and operate pipelines. Design problems and team projects are part of this course.
- Overview of oil and gas transportation systems - Review pipeline hydraulics, focusing on those aspects that affect design, construction, and - operations - Pipeline systems definition, survey, and route selection - Safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations, focusing on Codes and Standards related to pipelines - Pipeline conceptual and mechanical design for strength, stability and installation • Pipeline construction for offshore systems and the interrelationships with design and material selection - Pipeline materials and components selection including line pipe, corrosion and cathodic protection, and coatings - Specialized equipment and materials for integrating with subsea wellhead/manifold - systems, side taps, insulation, and pipe-in-pipe will be reviewed • Special design and - construction considerations for risers and umbilicals, foreign pipeline crossings, single - point moorings, and shore approaches - Introduction to flow assurance considerations and pipeline integrity aspects including in-line inspection, leak detection and emergency planning considerations - Pipeline operations, maintenance and repair considerations and their impact on design and material selection
- Overview of oil and gas transportation systems - Review pipeline hydraulics, focusing on those aspects that affect design, construction, and - operations - Pipeline systems definition, survey, and route selection - Safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations, focusing on Codes and Standards related to pipelines - Pipeline conceptual and mechanical design for strength, stability and installation • Pipeline construction for offshore systems and the interrelationships with design and material selection - Pipeline materials and components selection including line pipe, corrosion and cathodic protection, and coatings - Specialized equipment and materials for integrating with subsea wellhead/manifold - systems, side taps, insulation, and pipe-in-pipe will be reviewed • Special design and - construction considerations for risers and umbilicals, foreign pipeline crossings, single - point moorings, and shore approaches - Introduction to flow assurance considerations and pipeline integrity aspects including in-line inspection, leak detection and emergency planning considerations - Pipeline operations, maintenance and repair considerations and their impact on design and material selection
The course is suitable for discipline engineers, designers and operators who are actively involved in the design, specification, construction, and operation of offshore pipeline systems.
180,000 5 Days May 21-25 November 26-30

FUNDAMENTAL OF SUBSEA SYSTEMS

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An overview of subsea components and how they are integrated into field development will be provided during this training. Candidate will develop a basic understanding of the various subsea components used in all water depths from relatively shallow to ultra-deep water. The participants will all learn how the components are integrated into subsea field developments, which will accelerate learning and productivity.
- Applications for subsea systems - Flow assurance considerations in system design and configuration - Field architecture considerations - Subsea component descriptions and functions - Fabrication, testing, installation, commissioning, and operational issues - Production, maintenance, and repair considerations
- Understand the importance of an integrated approach to design, flow assurance, installation, and life-cycle considerations - Describe basic operating and maintenance considerations - Understand the key steps, from drilling through start-up, for the design, fabrication, testing, installation, and operation - Recognize the integrated nature of field architecture, system design, and component selection - Identify appropriate applications for subsea systems - Identify the main subsea components, their functions, strengths, weaknesses, and interfaces from the well to the production facility - Understand key design, construction, and installation issues
The course is designed to suit different categories of personnel such as the non-technical staff working with a subsea development team and technical staff who are transitioning into the design, construction and development of subsea systems.
150,000 5 Days April 2-6 July 9-13 October 15-19

FUNDAMENTAL OF OFFSHORE SYSTEMS DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

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This course provides the trainee with the fundamentals of the oil and gas field development, technology and working processes used for the design and construction of all types of offshore systems including consideration of asset development, surveillance and management.
- Offshore systems overview and field architecture selection - Well construction and servicing equipment and operation - Flow assurance - Topside facilities - Oil and gas transportation facilities - Riser systems - Subsea systems - Production operations - Infrastructure impact on design and operations - Effects of the ocean environment - Introduction to naval architecture - Structural design processes and tools - Construction plans and execution - Project management: lessons learned from past projects - Life-cycle and decommissioning considerations -
- Identify the key facilities parameters that must be evaluated for field development - Understand and apply the key design, construction, and installation issues associated with fixed and floating platforms to your work - Recognize and manage key design and operational interfaces between the major components of offshore facilities systems - Describe the impact topside facilities (drilling, well servicing, processing, and utilities) affect the structural design and how the topside design process is done - Identify the impact space, loads and forces have on the structural design and global performance of offshore structures and how they influence their cost - Account for the effects of the ocean environment on facilities design, construction, and operations - Recognize the best applications and characteristics of each type of offshore fixed and floating structure -
The course is designed for individual with a basic knowledge of the oil and gas industry operations. Technical staffs, project engineers, engineering discipline leads, engineering specialists, and front ends operating staff. It is expected that the course will enhance their capability to contribute on offshore field development planning, design, and construction projects and field operations.
250,000 10 Days June 18-29 November 19-30

RIG INSPECTION AND WELL CONTROL

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In order to ensure efficient performance of your rig performance, reduce downtime and maintain safety of your personnel, planned maintenance and accurate inspections strategies are essential for all rigs. This course is designed to simplify and explain inspection and maintenance procedures required to ensure equipment integrity on land rigs. Candidates are taught how to implement the relevant standards and industry requirements so that they can verify the condition of a rig equipment and improve safety, thus reducing the number of accidents and protecting the assets
- Candidates will independently carry out a basic (visual) rig inspection - Describe the main inspection criteria for major equipment - Identify major items that have an impact on the safety and operation of a rig - Recognize the indicators of the overall condition of a drilling rig - List the relevant standards (such as API) and their implications for drilling equipment - Understand the basics of EX equipment installed in hazardous areas - Evaluate basic maintenance and inspection procedures on the rig to identify compliance with good working practices and industry standards - understand the basics of well control equipment operation
The course is suitable for all grades of professionals in the industry and not limited to the following: drilling engineers, drilling managers, health, safety and environment (HSE) managers, rig managers, maintenance supervisors, tool-pushers, drillers, mechanics, electricians.
150,000 3 Days July 23-25 November 5-7

Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)Training

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The course provides sufficient knowledge on how to learn how to operate ROV safely. It enables the delegates develop skills and competence in operational tasks including pre-dive checks, launching the systems, typical subsea tasks and recording them, recovery of the vehicle and post-dive checks.
On successful completion of these course, delegates will develop skills in - launching and recovering of a work class ROV - Safety considerations - Spatial awareness and navigation - Record keeping - Maintenance and essential team work skills including leadership skills
Provide knowledge of safe and efficient operation of ROVs through - The Introduction to ROV Operation (IMCA R004) documentation - Introduction to mechanical and electrical workshop practices, - ROV piloting skills - Demonstrate simulator ROV operational skills including planning, performing and debriefing a safe dive plan and advanced recovery techniques - Demonstrate on-vessel ROV operational skills - Gain an introduction to recognised vessel / ROV operational procedures, complete a full dive plan, pre-dive checks, and de-brief. - Demonstrate practical understanding of system split for maintenance
Those who want to develop their career in ROV operations: Mechanical/Electrical/Welding/Civil engineers including scientist who are interested in ROV
750,000 5 Days June 11-15 October 15-19

Freight Forwarding Course

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This course is designed to provide the freight forwarder skills to define the components of international logistics and comprehends the risks and responsibilities of documentation handling in accordance with government regulations.
- What is Freight Forwarding - How to be a Freight Forwarder (Starting and Import and Export Business) - Mode of Forwarding of Goods (Intermodal Transportation) - Shipping Industry - Intermodal Transportation System - Payment for Foreign Transaction - Import and Export Practice/Procedure and Documents Management
- Understand freight forwarding risks, responsibilities and documentation requirements - Be able to start your own freight forwarding business - Understand the dynamics of the shipping industry
Marine Safety Officers, Marine Operations Personnel; Crew Members; and all those involved in freight or seeking knowledge in freight forwarding
150,000 3 Days April 9-11 September 3-5

Maritime Safety

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This course is designed to provide maritime employees the skills to safely work in the waterfront which is a dynamic and dangerous place to work, participants will gain competence in local and international maritime regulations to help keep themselves and others safe on the job.
- The Principle and Practice of Maritime Safety - International Safety Conventions - Codes and Regulations - Maritime Safety Regulations in Nigeria - National Maritime Administration and Safety Agency - The Main Mission NIMASA - Merchant Shipping Regulation - Regulatory Authority – NIWA, NPA, Marine Police, Nigerian Navy - Waterways (Operating Code or Rules) - Unsafe attitude and Act in the Waterways - Safety Management Systems
- Understand principle and practice of Maritime Safety - Understand international and local codes, conventions and regulations
Fleet Managers Ship Managers Superintendents Harbour Masters Legal counsel Financial officers Technical Managers Marine Operations Personnel Business Development Managers Commercial Managers Maritime and logistics executives Maritime Executives Ship Engineers Marine Safety Officers
150,000 3 Days May 2-4 October 8-10

Port Operation Management

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This training course explores all aspects of port management with enriching and comprehensive modules that equip existing and intending port managers with skills, knowledge and experience in port operations and administration
- Introduction to Shipping Industry - Port Design and Requirement - Port Authority - Berthing, Stevedoring, Candling Departure of the Ship - Clearing and Forwarding Operations - Port Security - List of World Ports
- Understand the workings of the shipping industry - Understand clearing and forwarding operations - Understand port security challenges, risks and best practices
Fleet Managers Ship Managers Superintendents Harbour Masters Legal counsel Financial officers Technical Managers Marine Operations Personnel Business Development Managers Commercial Managers Maritime and logistics executives Maritime Executives Ship Engineers
150,000 3 Days June 18-20 November 5-7

The Maritime Sector in Perspective

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This training course will give you a thorough and up to-date understanding of the complex driving forces behind the maritime industry. Develop your maritime industry awareness at the same time build up your knowledge and skills to assist you in developing your management ability to meet challenges in the maritime industry.
- Shipping and the economy - What is maritime - Maritime training and education - Maritime regulatory bodies
- Understanding of the fundamental aspects of the Maritime Industry and its economic, legal and financial drivers. - Gain a thorough knowledge of Maritime regulations governing the maritime industry. - Gain understanding of the role of Maritime organizations and their processes. - Gain a comprehensive knowledge on recent developments issues relating to legal, compliance, financial and insurance matters affecting the industry.
Fleet Managers Ship Managers Superintendents Harbour Masters Legal counsel Financial officers Technical Managers Marine Operations Personnel Business Development Managers Commercial Managers Maritime and logistics executives Maritime Executives Ship Engineers
150,000 3 Days July 2-4 September 17-19

Model Shipwright Practice

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If you love boats and are looking for a rewarding, creative career, consider becoming a shipwright. This training course provides introductory basics into the design and building of ships according to the specifications of individuals or companies.
- Shipwright duty and responsibly - Ship design and modeling - Ship construction and repairs
- Know shipwright duties and responsibility - Understand ship building and construction challenges, risks and best practices - Understand ship design and modelling
Marine Safety Officers, Marine Operations Personnel; Crew Members
150,000 3 Days May 21-23 October 29-31

Maritime Security

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The demand for skilled personnel who understand security requirements in the maritime sector continues to increase. This course provides specialized knowledge that equips participants to provide professional experience in the area of maritime security
- Introduction to Maritime Security - The regulatory Framework for Maritime Security - Responsibilities of Contracting Governments Port/ship Facility Security - A guide for Understanding and Implementing the ISPS Code - Guide to common basis upon which to establish port security standards - Measures for effective Maritime Security Administration - Effecting Ship Security - Effecting Port Facility Security
- The meaning and the consequential requirements of the different maritime security (MARSEC) levels. - Knowledge of emergency procedures and contingency plans. - Recognition and detection of weapons, dangerous substances, and devices. - Recognition, on a non-discriminatory basis, of characteristics and behavioral patterns of persons who are likely to threaten security. - Techniques used to circumvent security measures. - Knowledge of Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) requirements. - Knowledge of the security-related provisions of the Manilla Amendments of the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW). - Knowledge of port security topics required by the Security and Accountability for Every (SAFE) Port Act of 2006. - Knowledge of U.S. Coast Guard and IMO guidance on preventing and suppressing acts of piracy and armed robbery against vessels. - Knowledge of the reporting requirements in case of a security incident.
Fleet Managers Ship Managers Superintendents Harbour Masters Legal counsel Financial officers Technical Managers Marine Operations Personnel Business Development Managers Commercial Managers Maritime and logistics executives Maritime Executives Ship Engineers
150,000 3 Days June 25-27 August 27-29