Course Title:
CSWIP Plant Inspector Level 1 - Module 1 Part A: Rules/Regulations and Duties
Country:
Venue:

CountryVenueCourse FeeStart DateFurther Information
IndonesiaBatam
On Request
26 November 2018
         
MalaysiaKuala Lumpur
RM 4,840.00
22 October 2018
         
MalaysiaKuala Lumpur
On Request
18 March 2019
         
MalaysiaKuala Lumpur
On Request
14 October 2019
         
United KingdomAberdeen
£ 1,660.00 + VAT
12 November 2018
         
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Suitable for:

Engineering, technical, operations, maintenance and inspection personnel working within the oil and gas production, chemical process, power generation, utilities, commercial works (vendor) inspection organisations, classification societies and insurance companies.

Course Content:

Roles and duties of the Plant Inspector; QA/inspection; inspection safety; legislation, rules and regulations; basic inspection skills; inspection and test plans; inspection of materials; visual inspection skills; visual examination of welds; inspection and NDT; engineering materials; material degradation and failure.

Certification/Awarding Body:


Course Objectives:
  • To understand the various fundamental aspects of plant inspection within industry
  • To provide formal Plant Inspector certification, due to:
    • Increasing demands for integrated asset management within process plants
    • Increasing complexity of plant systems
  • To meet the syllabus requirements of the CSWIP Plant Inspector Level 1 examination.

Additional Information:

The fee includes the CSWIP examination.
This course (Module 1 Part A) has a duration of 1 week and is the first part of the 2 week CSWIP Plant Inspection Level 1 course. The CSWIP examination will be conducted on day 5 of each respective week. Level 1 Week 1 must be completed prior to attending Level 1 Week 2.

Entry Requirements
Candidates wishing to attend the Plant Inspection training course must submit a copy of their current CV for review; ideally they would hold qualifications in NDE and Weld Inspection; however, some flexibility regarding entry requirements can be offered to prospective candidates who hold academic qualifications and differing approvals/experience.