Is it for me?

This course is designed for you as an engineering, technical, operations, maintenance or inspection operative working within the oil and gas production, chemical process, power generation, utilities, commercial works (vendor) inspection organisation, classification society or insurance company.

What will I learn?

  • Basics of plant Inspection
  • Inspection and design of pressure vessels
  • Inspection and design of process piping
  • Inspection and design of above ground storage tanks
  • Common damage mechanisms and inspection strategy
  • Material inspection and verification
  • Basics of welding
  • Welding procedures
  • Destructive testing
  • Non Destructive Examination (NDE)
  • Fundamentals of Risk Based Inspection (RBI)
  • Inspection, examination and pressure testing practices
  • Inspection interval, frequency and extent of inspection
  • Fundamentals of repair, re-rating and alteration
  • Fundamentals of painting and cathodic protection
  • Quality assurance

What will I leave with?

The competence requirement for the Plant Inspector is to have knowledge of the following:

  • Codes and standards commonly used by the industry
  • Equipment types (pressure vessels, process piping, aboveground storage tanks, and pressure relief devices) and basic materials
  • Purpose of a Written Schemes of Examination (WSE) and inspection plan
  • Inspection techniques and principles, including Non-intrusive inspection (NII)
  • Common damage and degradation mechanisms
  • Detection and evaluation of imperfections by means of Non-destructive examination (NDE)
  • Basic code calculations (Corrosion rate, remaining life, MAWP and maximum fill height)

Certification

CSWIP Logo

What else should I know?

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

If you wish to attend the CSWIP Plant Inspection training course, you must submit a copy of your CV for review.  Ideally, you would hold qualifications in NDE and weld inspection, however, some flexibility regarding entry requirements can be offered to prospective students who hold academic qualifications and differing approvals/experience.

What happens next?
When you have booked your online course, you will receive an email notification with your login details. You will then have 60 days to complete your distance-learning course.

Specifications
In order to fully access the distance learning material, you will need the following minimum system requirements:

  • Latest version of your web browser of choice (if possible) will provide the best experience
  • Recommended internet speed: at least 0.5 Mbps
  • Display resolution: minimum 1024x768
  • Ideal for use on desktops or tablets

Book your place on the course

Now you've found your course, next find a location and a time.

Check course schedule

Part of:

Plant Inspection

View Programme Overview