Training Courses

Training Courses

- AUTOMATION

- HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT (HSE)

- MECHANICAL EQUIPMENTS

- OPO TECHNICAL COURSES

- POWER PLANTS

- WATER DESALINATION

- MARINE COURSES

- All the following courses can be taught in Egypt or abroad.
- The course duration period varies from 3 – 5 days.
- The fee of each course depends on the number of participants (Please ask for quotation).

 

- AUTOMATION

COURSE TITLE 

CONTROL VALVES, ACTUATORS AND POSITIONERS

OBJECTIVES 

Upon completion of this course, participants will  be able to: 

Provide knowledge in the construction, operation and selection of control valves and positioners.

COURSE TITLE 

EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN SYSTEM (ESD) ON OIL & GAS INSTALLATIONS 

OBJECTIVES 

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

Know the production, processing and emergency systems on offshore platforms and floating production facilities 

COURSE TITLE 

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER PLC ARCHITECTURE AND BASIC PROGRAMMING 

OBJECTIVES 

Upon completion of this course, participants will  be able to:

 Know the concepts involved in deploying and maintaining automation systems based on PLCs. In addition to discrete and analog control applications, operator interface systems and links to plant networks, and introduces advanced graphical programming tools for PLCs. 

- HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT (HSE)

COURSE TITLE 

INCIDENT & ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS 

OBJECTIVES 

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to: 

- Explain accidents and explain their relationship to incidents  

- Explain the causes of accidents using accident causation models  

- Interview witnesses  

- Understand the application of accident causation models  

- Detail the methods for effective evidence gathering and preservation  

- Coordinate the AII activities  

- Compile a corrective action report and presentation  

- Conduct root-cause analysis  

- Apply modern accident investigation and analysis techniques. in particular:

* Cause Tree Analysis (CTA)
* Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
* Events & Causal Factors Analysis (E&CFA)

COURSE TITLE 

SAFETY COMPLIANCE & SITE INSPECTION 

OBJECTIVES 

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to: 

Describe the Company's HSE Management System Elements  

Understand the role of risk assessment and risk management  

Develop a plan and implement vertical and horizontal audit systems  

Be familiar with the requirements of HS(G)65, BS 8800, OHSAS 18000 and ISO 14000  

Carry out effective site inspections to sample behavioral and physical aspects of the site and its workers  

Measure improvements in safety culture  

Be able to prepare audit reports 

COURSE TITLE 

BASIC SAFETY AND LOSS PREVENTION 

OBJECTIVES 

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to know:

Total Safety Process

Inspection of Accidents

Prevention, Systems and Procedures

Incidents Causation

Means of securing a safer working environment and Human Reliability Factors

- MECHANICAL EQUIPMENTS

COURSE TITLE

ELLIOTT EBARA CENTRIFUGAL GAS COMPRESSORS

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course , participants will be able to :

Identify deferent types of gas compressors

Familiarize themselves with Elliott Ebara centrifugal gas compressors

Know the operation & control system of the E.E centrifugal gas compressor

Know compressor maintenance guidelines & diagnose the faults

COURSE TITLE

OFF-SHORE MULTI-STAGE ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS (ESP)

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:

Know the operation of the electrical submersible pump (ESP)

Know the function of the ESP at off-shore

Troubleshoot and maintain ESP

COURSE TITLE

ALIGNMENT OF VERTICAL GOULDS CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:

Identify features of vertical centrifugal turbine pump

Know vertical alignment using indicator and laser methods

Correct misalignment

- OPO TECHNICAL COURSES

COURSE TITLE

LNG RECOVERY & FRACTIONATION

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, participants will Learn:

To use hydrocarbon system language.

Basic principles of gas processing.

The physical properties of natural gas and LNG components.

Practical application of the principles of hydrocarbon phase behavior.

Principles, operation, and troubleshooting of mechanical refrigeration systems.

Operating principles and techniques for LNG stabilization and fractionation.

COURSE TITLE

GEO-STATISTICS IN RESERVOIR MODELING

OBJECTIVES

The key objective of this course is to:

Develop a fundamental understanding of the concepts and methodology of geo-statistics. Participants will learn how to integrate geological, geophysical, petro physical and engineering data into high-resolution reservoir descriptions and simulation models.

COURSE TITLE

OIL & GAS RESERVES EVALUATION

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

Understand the differences in the various published reserve definitions

Apply the reserve definitions as well as published guidelines to correctly classify reserves

Use traditional methods and supplemental techniques to estimate reserves & determine the impact of economics on those estimates

Understand the various uses of reserves

COURSE TITLE

SLICK LINE OPERATIONS (FUNDAMENTALS & TROUBLESHOOTING)

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, participants will be:

Fully understand the concepts of slick line operations & types.

Able to apply slick line tools, characterize slick line equipment, screening for the right type of slick line tools, understand tubing configuration & mandrels,

Able to apply safety procedures related to slick line equipment and operations.

COURSE TITLE

FORMATION DAMAGE (CAUSES, PREVENTION & REMEDIATION)

OBJECTIVES

This four day course aims to improve their technical background about Formation damage in terms of causes, prevention and finding remedies & solutions. Also, participants will be able to make analysis & evaluation of formation damage and its effect on production performance.

COURSE TITLE

SAFETY PROCEDURE IN LABORATORIES

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

Comply with KJO and International safety regulations in laboratory to improve awareness and restrictions

Understand  the prober way to handle & store chemicals,  and other combustion material used in laboratory

Deal with hazards and chemicals waste

Understand the proper Chemical Hygiene Plan in labs

Gain more knowledge about lab housekeeping

Deal with Samples containing the dangerous gas H2S

COURSE TITLE

INJECTED & PRODUCED WATER MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

Know that uncontrolled flow of water reduces the sweep efficiency of oil and gas in the reservoir, thus reducing the recoverable reserves.

Control and manage produced water in order to increase the sweep efficiency of oil in the reservoir and the recoverable reserves as well as less corrosion, scale, sand production, and chemical to treat the injected and produced water.

Apply the operational aspects of the water control treatments and how to make well-informed decisions regarding water control.

- POWER PLANTS

COURSE TITLE

FUELS & COMBUSTION

OBJECTIVES

The objective of this course is to present the characteristics of different types of fuel, and look at the factors governing efficient combustion. Various types of burner equipment are demonstrated for burning oil and natural gas.

COURSE TITLE

FANS & APPLICATION IN POWER PLANT

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to know:

Types of Fans

Fan Controls

Fan Applications

Operation & Maintenance

COURSE TITLE

FUEL SYSTEMS OF GE GAS TURBINE UNITS

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to know:

Functional Description of Gas Fuel System

Functional Description of Fuel Oil System

Abnormal Operating Conditions

COURSE TITLE

EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATOR OPERATION & MAINTENANCE

OBJECTIVES

The objective of this course is to provide an overview of the operations and maintenance of a diesel generator.

COURSE TITLE

GAS TURBINE CONTROL AND PROTECTION SYSTEMS

OBJECTIVES

The objective of this course is to present the features of control and protection systems as used on gas turbine installations.

- WATER DESALINATION

COURSE TITLE

HEAT EXCHANGERS, OPERATION, MAITENANCE & CONTROLING

OBJECTIVES

This course will provide an insight into the principles and mechanical design considerations of heat exchanger, Special emphasis is placed on multiple service, maintenance, and inspection.

COURSE TITLE

STARTUP & SHUTDOWN THE PLANT-SUBUNITS WHILE HANDLING ABNORMAL CONDITIONS

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

Understand the right procedures to start/shutdown equipment or the whole plant

Understand how to follow the right procedures to avoid hazards

Understand the 6 key stages of the commissioning process

Understand Plant startup commissioning issues

Manage issues dealing with electrical, instruments, mechanical and utilities systems

Understanding the normal operating conditions of the plant

Define abnormal conditions such as high liquid level, heat loss, tanks getting dry, plugged outlets

Handle abnormal conditions such as loss of power, loss of control, loss of air, shortage of man power

Manage risks associated with startup & shutdown

COURSE TITLE

(MSF) DESALINATION PLANT SHUTDOWN

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, the participants would be able to know:

MSF unit shutdown to hot standby

MSF unit shut down and cool down

Safe shutdown of the MSF distiller unit

Preserve the unit in case of long term shutdown

COURSE TITLE

MULTI STAGE FLASH (MSF) DESALINATION PLANT PROBLEMS & TROUBLESHOOTING

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, the participant would be able to know:

Types of abnormal events and emergency situations that may occur during the normal operation of the MSF distiller and the correct actions that need to be taken in order to safeguard the plant.

How to respond to the various scenarios and understand the consequences of their actions.

- MARINE COURSES

COURSE TITLE

Dry Docking & Underwater Repairs (As per Class requirements)

OBJECTIVES

The main objective of this training course is to learn the features and technical procedures for both the dry docking and underwater repairs in the light of IACS members’ requirements.

COURSE TITLE

Efficient Operation of Marine Diesel Engines

OBJECTIVES

The main objective of this training course is to learn the features and technical procedures for both the diesel engine operation and major troubleshooting. The objective of the course is to know how operate the engine efficiently.

COURSE TITLE

Hull & Structural Survey (As per Class requirements)

OBJECTIVES

The main objective of this training course is to learn the features and technical procedures for both hull and structural survey in the light of IACS members’ requirements.

COURSE TITLE

Maintenance & Repairs of Marine Units

OBJECTIVES

The main objective of this training course is to learn the steps and technical procedures to maintain and repair the ships. The training course is covering the docking procedures for most of the marine units.

COURSE TITLE

Maintenance and Repair of Diesel Fuel Injection Systems

OBJECTIVES

The main objective of this training course is to learn the steps and technical procedures to monitor and control the fuel injection components. The maintenance procedures and the required test to achieve the best performance is an objective.