Core Competency eLearning Library

Enterprise-wide eLearning for Operations and Maintenance Personnel

ePilot™ Learning Libraries allow you to incorporate effective elearning into your development programs with hundreds of courses and thousands of hours of industry-validated content. Proven instructional design methodology and advanced web technology provide effective knowledge transfer for learners.

Core Competency

Duration: 5 hours

Designed for Operations Personnel, AC Motors describes how a motor changes the energy of electric current into mechanical power. This program describes how electric current produces magnetism and magnetism induces electric current. You will learn how motors are designed so that the attracting and repelling of magnetic fields sets up rotation of the shaft. Also covered is the starting and running characteristics of AC motors, and the speeds and horsepower of AC motors. The section on motor control describes starting and stopping mechanisms for AC motors, protective devices that may be found on motor controllers, and safety devices. You will learn proper procedures for starting, running, and stopping the motor. Finally, the program describes lubrication and maintenance procedures, and types of motor enclosures.

Duration: 1 hour

In Air Compressors, you will learn about the different types and applications used in the oil and gas industry including their principles of operation based upon Boyle's and Charles gas laws, reciprocating and rotary positive displacement compressors, and centrifugal, ejector and axial flow dynamic compressors.

Duration: 3 hours

In the hydrocarbon processing and production industry, gas is compressed for transportation to consuming markets and for use in processing operations. This program is about the construction and operation of compressors. In this program you will learn the construction, principal parts, and operation of reciprocating compressors.

Duration: 4 hours

In the hydrocarbon processing and production industry, gas is compressed for transportation to consuming markets and for use in processing operations. This program is about the construction and operation of compressors. In this program you will learn about the construction and operation of centrifugal compressors.

Duration: 3 hours

Centrifugal pumps are machines that use centrifugal force to move liquids. In this program, you will learn the principles, parts, and general operation of these pumps, what pump efficiency is, and how head and pressure are calculated.

Duration: 4 hours

The types of positive displacement compressors.

Duration: 4 hours

In Combustion Gas Turbines you will learn the operating principles of the compressor, the combustion chamber, and turbine section. You will also learn about the construction of the compressor, combustion chamber, and turbine section; the blading arrangement; and the use of the turbine as a driver and hot-gas generator.Also covered is turbine auxiliary equipment such as starting devices, governors, and overspeed mechanisms, and their functions.

Duration: 4 hours

In Combustion Gas Turbines: Systems and Operation, you will learn about the functions of casing seals, bearings and lubrication in a combustion gas turbine.The program also covers the control and operation of combustion gas turbines, including start-up, operating, and shutdown procedures, and the control of vibration, critical speed, and turbine imbalance. Finally, you will learn about temperature control, the use of turning gears, and turbine control using the automated control panel. Through this understanding of turbine principles, construction, and control, you will be better able to secure efficient and safe turbine operation.

Duration: 1 hour

In Condensers, you will learn about condenser function, aerial coolers, inefficient cooling transfer, including fouling, damage, fin delamination, reduced and inefficient air flow; water cooled exchangers, and back-flushing water cooled exchangers.

Duration: 4 hours

This program covers two different ways prime movers or drivers are connected to driven equipment, the special advantages and problems of each of the different ways, and the adjustment and preventive maintenance of different types of coupling equipment. Also covered are the physical principles of power transmission, and the relationship of speed and torque as different forms of power. You will learn about simple and compound gear trains, and how gear trains may be used as speed changers or torque increasers. You will learn about spur, helical, double-helical, bevel, and worm gears, and the uses of each. You will learn about gear lubrication and about handling the shock loads that your equipment applies to gears. Finally, you will learn about the construction and uses of the different types of single and multiple V-belt drives, the use of V-belt drives as speed changes, the adjustment and replacement of V-belts, and the control of slippage.

Duration: 3 hours

This program covers one way drivers are connected to driven equipment.  You will learn about the special advantages and problems associated with couplings, and their adjustment and preventive maintenance requirements. In this program, you will learn about the causes and control of misalignment, end float, surges in torque, and the different basic types of rigid and flexible couplings.

Duration: 4 hours

The first section of Electrical Fundamentals describes units of electrical measurement, states Ohm's law and shows some of its uses, and describes and shows differences between series and parallel circuits. This section also shows some of the effects of resistance in series and parallel circuits, the use of resistance as voltage dividers, and ways to produce and make use of voltage drop. Next, the program describes how a magnetic field is produced and how magnetic fields are used in motors, measuring devices, and as resistors in electrical circuits and devices.  You will also learn about the effects produced by alternating current, which describes alternating current, voltage and current phases, self-inductance, inductive reactance, the use of capacitors in AC circuits, and the use of induction coils as transformers. The program concludes with basic electronics, which briefly describes diodes and transistors and shows how they are used to rectify current and amplify electrical signals. This section also introduces simple transistor circuits and describes the use of capacitors in such circuits.

Duration: 3 hours

In Electrical System Basics, you will learn about electrical generation and transmission, system voltages, and building schematic diagrams; Single line drawings, electrical symbols, and logic symbols and gates; and low and medium voltage motor drives and drive circuits.

Duration: 4 hours

In this program, you will learn about heat transfer as it is applied in modern refining techniques, conduction and convection as methods of heat transfer and heat transfer in tubes. You will also learn the various parts of heat exchangers and their functions, as well as the various types of shell and tube heat exchangers.

Duration: 3 hours

In this program, you will learn about startup and shutdown procedures in heat exchanger operation and maintenance, the various problems of exchanger maintenance, and the flow and mechanisms of various heat exchange systems.

Duration: 3 hours

In Hydrocarbon Chemistry 101, you will learn about basic hydrocarbon composition and properties; carbon and hydrocarbon bonding; hydrocarbon structures and types of formulas. You will also learn about alkanes/paraffins, saturation, alkenes/olefins, alkynes/acetylenes, structural (constitutional) isomers and stereoisomers; and saturated and unsaturated ring hydrocarbons. Finally, you will learn about hydrocarbon nomenclature: naming conventions, how isomers and ring hydrocarbons are named, IUPAC naming rules, and nomenclature for other organic compounds.

Duration: 2 hours

Instrumentation is a series of learning programs designed to provide operators with a general sense of how instrumentation plays its role in the efficient operation of a refinery.  Process analysis is continuously performed to determine the quality of raw materials, intermediates, and finished products. In Analyzers and Inferentials, you will learn about working with analyzers and analytical instruments, key tools in instrumentation process control.

Duration: 3 hours

Instrumentation is a series of learning programs designed to provide operators with a general sense of how instrumentation plays its role in the efficient operation of a refinery. Effective control of liquid level is important to good process unit operation and safety. It is important that you understand how the different types of level measures function and how they can produce incorrect levels. In Measuring Liquid Level, you will learn about the different ways to measure liquid level.

Duration: 3 hours

Instrumentation is a series of learning programs designed to provide operators with a general sense of how instrumentation plays its role in the efficient operation of a refinery. In Measuring Pressure, you will learn about the basics of measuring pressure, including the tools used for sensing pressure and pressure gauges.

Duration: 2 hours

Instrumentation is a series of learning programs designed to provide operators with a general sense of how instrumentation plays its role in the efficient operation of a refinery. In Measuring Temperature, you will learn about instruments designed to sense temperature, including electrical temperature sensors.

Duration: 2 hours

A company may have several production processes. Having uniform standards for instrumentation systems used for measurement and control simplifies and helps explain the process. In this program, you will learn standard symbols used in instrumentation systems how to apply them.

Duration: 4 hours

In this program, you will learn about regulatory control, including valves, signal transmission, and basic and advanced control systems.

Duration: 3 hours

Instrumentation is a series of learning programs designed to provide operators with a general sense of how instrumentation plays its role in the efficient operation of a refinery. In Fundamentals of Control, you will learn about the basics of instrumentation, including the control loop, process variable indicators, process instrument equipment, and piping and instrumentation diagrams.

Duration: 3 hours

Instrumentation is a series of learning programs designed to provide operators with a general sense of how instrumentation plays its role in the efficient operation of a refinery.  In Measuring Flow, you will learn about flow rate and measurements, including differential pressure and positive displacement flow meters.

Duration: 4 hours

Internal combustion engines are engines which burn fuel in a cylinder to produce power. Presented in this program are the principles of the internal combustion engine, and its general operation and parts. You will learn how the combustion cycle differs in 2-cycle and 4-cycle engines. You will also learn some of the more common cylinder arrangements. Also covered are the details of the construction of an internal combustion engine, including the camshaft, carburetor, natural gas admission system, safety devices, and the electrical system. You will learn how each of these parts functions as a part of the total engine. Finally, you will learn the principles of a diesel engine, how it operates and how it differs from the traditional IC engine.

Duration: 3 hours

Internal combustion engines are engines which burn fuel in a cylinder to produce power. In this program, you will learn the details of the auxiliary systems of IC engines and how they operate, including the cooling system, lubrication system, air cleaners, superchargers and exhaust systems.You will also learn the operation and maintenance of the engine, how to read an instrument panel and interpret gauge readings, typical engine start-up and shut-down procedures, and preventive maintenance procedures for daily, weekly and monthly checks.

Duration: 4 hours

In Introduction to Compression, you will learn about the construction and operation of gas compressors.  You will learn about the basic laws of gas behavior and the units of gas measurement.  You will learn the nature of compression, including the compression ratio, the heat effects of compression, and the factors affecting compressor horsepower requirements.

Duration: 1 hour

This course covers the basic types and applications of air compressors.

Duration: 1 hour

Working within the process industry can result in exceptionally high safety risks, and employers put programs in place to reduce the likelihood of accidents and injuries. Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Stop Work Authority (SWA) require all employees to watch for safety risks and potential hazards. In this program, you will learn about JSAs and SWA and how you can help implement both.

Duration: 1 hour

In this program, you will learn about controlling hazardous emissions through leak detection and repair.

Duration: 1 hour

To ensure proper operation, all machines must be lubricated. Metal parts must be separated from one another when in operation, or rapid wear and deterioration will result. This separation can be provided with oil lubricant. In this program, you will learn about the different lubricants and their qualities so that you can choose the proper lubricant for the equipment you operate.

Duration: 4 hours

Hydrocarbon processing involves many types of fluids. Mechanics of Fluids is a series of five learning programs covering the principles of fluid handling in refineries and other process industries. The courses in this series include: Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids, Units of Measurement, Behavior of Gases, Statics, and Fluids in Motion. In this final program, Fluids in Motion, you will learn the factors affecting flow rate and how these can be controlled, the basic principles and instruments of flow measurement, and the control of rate through valves and through pumping.

Duration: 4 hours

Hydrocarbon processing involves many types of fluids. Mechanics of Fluids is a series of five learning programs covering the principles of fluid handling in refineries and other process industries. The courses in this series include: Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids, Units of Measurement, Behavior of Gases, Statics, and Fluids in Motion. In Static Pressure and Head, the fourth program in the Mechanics of Fluids Series, you will learn about the nature, calculation, and uses of static pressure. Topics include how to calculate pressure from liquid level, and how to calculate liquid level from bottom gauge pressure, the instruments that operate on the principle of static pressure, the nature and hazards of vacuum, and the uses of static pressure in handling and transporting fluids.

Duration: 5 hours

Hydrocarbon processing involves many types of fluids. Mechanics of Fluids is a series of five learning programs covering the principles of fluid handling in refineries and other process industries. The courses in this series include: Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids, Units of Measurement, Behavior of Gases, Statics, and Fluids in Motion. In Static Pressure and Head, the fourth program in the Mechanics of Fluids Series, you will learn about the nature, calculation, and uses of static pressure. Topics include how to calculate pressure from liquid level, and how to calculate liquid level from bottom gauge pressure, the instruments that operate on the principle of static pressure, the nature and hazards of vacuum, and the uses of static pressure in handling and transporting fluids.

Duration: 4 hours

Hydrocarbon processing involves many types of fluids. Mechanics of Fluids is a series of five learning programs covering the principles of fluid handling in refineries and other process industries. The courses in this series include: Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids, Units of Measurement, Behavior of Gases, Statics, and Fluids in Motion. In Units of Fluid Measurement, you will learn about pressure measurements, temperature measurements, density and gravity measurements, and viscosity measurements. You'll also learn about the nature of absolute measurement and how to convert measurements from one unit to another.

Duration: 4 hours

Hydrocarbon processing involves many types of fluids. Mechanics of Fluids is a series of five learning programs covering the principles of fluid handling in refineries and other process industries. The courses in this series include: Introduction to Mechanics of Fluids, Units of Measurement, Behavior of Gases, Statics, and Fluids in Motion. In Behavior of Gases, the third program in the Mechanics of Fluids Series, you will learn how to predict the pressure, temperature, and volume changes that occur in the compression and storing of gases. You will also learn to recognize hazards in gas handling and the precautions used to avoid these hazards.

Duration: 4 hours

The economical operation of a modern plant or refinery depends upon the efficient use of heat energy. Nature of Heat is a series of learning programs covering Heat and Temperature, Heat Transfer, and Fuels and Combustion. Fuels and Combustion, the last program in the series, covers the nature of combustion. Major topics include basic chemical reactions, combustion requirements, combustion of solid, gas and liquid fuels, combustion reactions, combustion control, and analysis of combustion products.

Duration: 4 hours

The economical operation of a modern plant or refinery depends upon the efficient use of heat energy. Nature of Heat is a series of learning programs including Heat and Temperature, Heat Transfer, and Fuels and Combustion. This program, Heat and Temperature, introduces heat as a form of energy, describes its effects on the phases of matter, introduces the differences between amount of heat and intensity of heat, and describes heat of transformation. Evaporation, pressure considerations, superheat, specific heat, the thermal properties of refinery products, and temperature measurements and expansion are also described.

Duration: 1 hour

The economical operation of a modern plant or refinery depends upon the efficient use of heat energy. Nature of Heat is a series of learning programs including Heat and Temperature, Heat Transfer, and Fuels and Combustion. Efficient use of heat energy includes not only efficient combustion, but also the efficient transfer of heat energy from one place to another. In this program in the series, different types of heat exchangers, including fixed shell-and-tube, U-tube and floating head are examined. 

Duration: 2 hours

The economical operation of a modern plant or refinery depends upon the efficient use of heat energy. Nature of Heat is a series of three learning programs including Heat and Temperature, Heat Transfer, and Fuels and Combustion. Efficient use of heat energy includes not only efficient combustion, but also the efficient transfer of heat energy from one place to another. In this program in the series, Heat Transfer, three methods of heat transfer are presented - conduction, convection and radiation.

Duration: 1 hour

In Plant Radio Communication, you will learn how to operate plant radio equipment to communicate effectively and according to FCC rules.

Duration: 4 hours

In the hydrocarbon processing and production industry, gas is compressed for transportation to consuming markets and for use in processing operations. This program is about the construction and operation of compressors. In this program you will learn the construction, principal parts, and operation of reciprocating compressors.

Duration: 3 hours

In the hydrocarbon processing and production industry, gas is compressed for transportation to consuming markets and for use in processing operations. This program is an introduction to positive displacement compressors. In this program you will learn the operating principles of reciprocating compressors, the different types of rotary compressors, and techniques for controlling compressor output.

 

 


 

 

  • Drilling Operations and Systems
  • Exploration Rights and Surface/Subsurface Technologies
  • Fundamentals of Refining
  • Gas Processing Overview
  • Hydrocarbon Recovery
  • Introduction to Solvents
  • Introduction to the Petrochemical Industry
  • Modern Oil and Gas Industry
  • Overview of the Midstream Industry Segment
  • Petroleum Geology
  • Petroleum Reservoirs
  • Pipelines and Storage Systems
  • Production Technology: Flowing Wells and Artificial Lift
  • Reservoir Fluids
  • Steam Cracking
  • Surface Processing of Produced Fluids
  • The E&P Asset Life Cycle
  • Well Completion and Stimulation

  • Electrical Centrifugal Subsurface Pumps: Equipment
  • Electrical Centrifugal Subsurface Pumps: Ammeter Recording and Charts
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • Flowing Wells: Chokes
  • Flowing Wells: Introduction to Pressure and Flow
  • Flowing Wells: Operating Flowing Wells
  • Flowing Wells: Packers and Valves
  • Flowing Wells: The Wellhead, Wellbore, and Christmas Tree
  • Flowing Wells: Pressure and Flow in Producing Wells
  • Fundamentals of Fluids for Production Operations: Fluid Behavior
  • Fundamentals of Fluids for Production Operations: Gases and Static Pressure
  • Gas Lift: Equipment
  • Gas Lift: Fundamentals
  • Gas Lift: Operating Techniques
  • Gas Measurement: Electronic Flow Measurement
  • Gas Measurement: Equipment and Calculations
  • Gas Measurement: Fundamentals
  • Gas Measurement: Orifice Flow Calculations
  • Gas Measurement: Orifice Meters
  • Gas Measurement: Witnessing
  • Glycol Dehydration
  • Heater Treaters: Fundamentals
  • Heater Treaters: Types and Operation
  • Hydraulic Subsurface Pumping Systems: Downhole Pumps and Engines
  • Hydraulic Subsurface Pumping Systems: Installation and Testing
  • Hydraulic Subsurface Pumping Systems: Pump Performance
  • Hydraulic Subsurface Pumping Systems: Surface and Tubing Equipment
  • Introduction to Service Rig Operations
  • Lease Automatic Custody Transfer (LACT)
  • Lease Instrumentation: Control Equipment
  • Lease Instrumentation: Final Control Devices
  • Lease Instrumentation: Sensing and Measuring Equipment
  • Oil and Gas Production Overview
  • Oil and Gas Reservoirs: Barriers and Traps
  • Oil and Gas Reservoirs: Fundamentals
  • Oil and Gas Separators
  • Oil Field Corrosion
  • Oil Field Electricity: Conservation and Classification
  • Oil Field Electricity: Electrified Equipment
  • Oil Field Electricity: Fundamentals
  • Oil Field Electricity: Offshore Oil Field Electricity
  • Oil Well Performance and Surveillance: Equipment
  • Oil Well Performance and Surveillance: Fundamentals
  • Oil Well Performance and Surveillance: Testing
  • Plate Tectonics
  • Process Component Safety Analysis and System Testing
  • Production Facility Gas Processing
  • Production Safety Equipment and Support Systems
  • Production Safety Systems Regulations and Device Identification
  • Reducing Marine Trash and Debris
  • Safety Device Operation
  • SEMS Standard and Requirements
  • Testing and Setting Safety Devices
  • Vapor Recovery Systems
  • Water Treatment and Disposal: Facilities and Testing
  • Water Treatment and Disposal: Fundamentals
  • Water Treatment and Disposal: Processes and Equipment
  • Well Control and Production Safety Regulations
  • Well Pumping: Introduction to Sucker-Rod Systems
  • Well Pumping: Operating Sucker-Rods
  • Well Pumping: Sucker-Rod Pump Performance
  • Well Pumping: Sucker-Rod Surface Equipment
  • Well Pumping: Sucker-Rod Systems
  • Wireline and Sonar Well Operations

  • Catalytic Reforming
  • Cleaning Activities
  • Cooling Towers: Introduction
  • Cooling Towers: Water Conditioning
  • Corrosion Control
  • Cost Reduction for Operators
  • Fire Fighting: Extinguishing Agents
  • Fire Fighting: Fuels and Combustion
  • Fire Fighting: Portable Fire Extinguishers and Foams
  • Fire Fighting: Strategies
  • Fire Fighting: Tactics
  • Fired Heaters: Equipment and Design
  • Fired Heaters: Operating Techniques
  • Flange Piping
  • Fluid Catalytic Cracking
  • Furnace Operations: Working With Furnaces
  • Introduction to Furnace Operations
  • Performing Skills Assessment
  • Pipe Fitting Basics
  • Practical Distillation: Abnormal Operations
  • Practical Distillation: Behavior of Hydrocarbons
  • Practical Distillation: Fractionating Equipment
  • Practical Distillation: Normal Operations
  • Practical Distillation: Operating Procedures
  • Practical Distillation: Principles and Practices
  • Practical Distillation: Concepts and Quality
  • Process Control Tests
  • Process Operator Responsiblities
  • Process Plant Chemistry
  • Safe Laboratory Operations
  • Safe Tank Cleaning: Cleaning the Tank
  • Safe Tank Cleaning: Gas-Freeing
  • Safe Tank Cleaning: Hazardous Materials
  • Safe Tank Cleaning: Preparing for Cleaning
  • Small Threaded Pipe
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Tubing
  • Valve Maintenance
  • Wastewater Treatment: Biological Treatment Process
  • Wastewater Treatment: Preliminary Treatment
  • Wastewater Treatment: Process Control
  • Wastewater Treatment: Testing and Troubleshooting

  • Basic Core Analysis
  • Coring and Core Preservation
  • Drilling Fundamentals: Part 1
  • Drilling Fundamentals: Part 2
  • Introduction to Artificial Lift
  • Introduction to Hydraulic Fracturing
  • Offshore Systems
  • Plate Tectonics
  • Porosity
  • Special Core Analysis
  • Subsea Systems
  • Well Completion and Stimulation Fundamentals
  • Well Stimulation Methods
  • Wellhead Components

  • Actuators
  • Ambient and Process Chillers
  • Analyzer Sampling and Conditioning System
  • Analyzer Shelters
  • Arc Flash Causes and Mitigation
  • Basic Electronics
  • Batteries
  • Bearings
  • Blinding and De-blinding
  • Cable Duct Banks and Trays
  • Capacitor Banks
  • Cathodic Protection Systems
  • Chlorine Analyzers
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Columns and Process Vessels
  • Compressed Air Dryers
  • Condition Monitoring - Agitators and Mixers
  • Condition Monitoring - Balancing
  • Condition Monitoring - Compressors
  • Condition Monitoring - Electrical Motors
  • Condition Monitoring - General
  • Condition Monitoring - Pumps
  • Condition Monitoring - Turbines, Fans and Blowers
  • Conductivity Analyzers
  • Control Loops
  • Control Systems - SCADA, DCS and ESD
  • Cooling Towers for Technicians
  • Corrosion in Metal
  • Custody Meters
  • Diesel Engine Generators
  • Differential Pressure Flow Measurement
  • Dissolved Oxygen Analyzers
  • Drive Couplings
  • Dust and Coalescer Filters
  • Dynamic Compressor Systems, Seals and Routine Tasks
  • Dynamic Compressors: Introduction and Operation
  • Dynamic Pumps
  • EI&A Field Awareness
  • Electrical Cables
  • Electrical Documentation
  • Electrical Heat Tracing
  • Electrical Level Measurement
  • Electrical Motor Properties, Troubleshooting and Maintenance
  • Electrician's Tools and Test Equipment
  • Emergency Backup
  • Emergency Power Systems
  • Engineering Drawings and Symbols
  • Extruder Equipment
  • Extruder Equipment Maintenance
  • Fans and Blowers
  • Fans and Blowers Maintenance
  • Fasteners
  • Fault Diagnosis, Troubleshooting and Machine Inspections
  • Fiber Optic Cable
  • Filters and Strainers
  • Fire Detection
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Flame Scanning Devices
  • Flow Gauging (Rotameter)
  • Forklifts
  • Fundamentals of Condition and Predictive Monitoring
  • Fundamentals of Demineralized Water Treatment Systems
  • Fundamentals of Reverse Osmosis Systems
  • Fundamentals of Vibration Measurement
  • Fundamentals Principles of Instrument Calibration 
  • Gala Pellet Dryer for Technicians
  • Gas Chromatography
  • Gas Density Analyzers
  • Gas Detection
  • Gas Insulated Substations (GIS) and Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6)
  • Gas Turbines for Technicians
  • Gaskets and Packing
  • Gears
  • Grounding
  • Hand and Power Tools for Technicians
  • Hazardous Area and Protection Classifications
  • Heat Exchangers for Technicians
  • High Voltage Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS)
  • High Voltage Substation Switchgear
  • HVAC Fundamentals
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Hydrostatic Head Level Measurement
  • Hydrostatic Head Level Measurement - Device Troubleshooting and Calibration
  • Hyper Compressor
  • Industrial Elevators
  • Insulation and Thermal Protection
  • Introduction to AC/DC Electrical Motors for Technicians
  • Introduction to Auxiliary Boiler Systems
  • Introduction to Supervisory Control and Date Acquisition (SCADA)
  • Laydown Yards and Area Management
  • Leak Detection in Refrigeration Lines
  • Lightning Arrester
  • Liquid Nitrogen Storage Systems
  • Low Voltage Substation Switchgear
  • Lubrication Systems, Classifications and Applications
  • LV Intelligent Switchgear
  • Machine Alignment
  • Maintaining HVAC Systems
  • Maintaining Storage Tanks
  • Maintenance Fundamentals
  • Manuals and Drawings
  • Mass Flow Measurement
  • Measurement and Calibration Basics
  • Measuring Tools
  • Mechanical Hoses
  • Medium Voltage Substation Switchgear
  • Medium Voltage Vacuum Contactors
  • Melting Flow Rate Analyzers
  • Microwave and Laser Level Measurement
  • Mixers and Blenders
  • Moisture Analyzers
  • Motor Signature Analysis (MCE)
  • Network and Communication Systems
  • Nuclear Radiation Level Measurement
  • Oxygen Analyzer
  • Pelletizers
  • pH Analyzers
  • Photometric Analyzers
  • Pipe Supports
  • Pipes and Fittings
  • Planned, Corrective, and Breakdown Maintenance
  • Plant Lighting
  • Pneumatic Control Systems
  • Pneumatic Systems
  • Pneumatic Tubing and Fittings
  • Point Level Switches
  • Positive Displacement Pumps for Technicians
  • Potable Water Treatment System
  • Power and Distribution Transformers
  • Power Cables
  • Pressure Measurement
  • Pressure Relief Safety Devices
  • Preventative Maintenance Plans
  • Protective Relays
  • Purging Storage Tanks
  • Radio and Communication Systems
  • Reactors
  • Reciprocating Compressors
  • Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer
  • Reports and Communication
  • Rotary Feeder
  • Rotary Stem Valves for Technicians
  • Rotating Equipment Condition Diagnosis
  • Safety in Instrumentation and Control Systems
  • SCADA Operation
  • Sealing Devices (Gaskets)
  • Security Systems
  • Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
  • Sight and Float Gauging
  • Simple Control System (PLC)
  • Sliding Stem Valves for Technicians
  • Spark Plugs
  • Special Valves
  • Steam Boilers
  • Steam Condensate Hazards and Removal
  • Steam Traps
  • Steam Turbine Controls
  • Steam Turbines for Technicians
  • Storage Tanks
  • Structural Safety
  • Tank Gauging System
  • Tank Roof Inspection
  • Temperature Measurement
  • Transformer Maintenance
  • Ultrasonic Level Measurement
  • Understanding pH Measurement
  • Uninterruptible Power Supply
  • Utility and Instrument Air Systems
  • Valve Accessories
  • Valve Design and Characteristics
  • Valves Inspection, Testing and Repair
  • Variable Speed and Frequency Drives (VFD/VSD)
  • Vent System and Rundown System
  • Volumetric Flow Measurement
  • Water Softening Systems
  • Weigh Bridges, Docks Levelers & Scales
  • Weighing Devices
  • Workshop Tools and Equipment

  • Amine Sweetening Process
  • Fractionation in Gas Processing
  • Gas Processing Hazards
  • Gas Processing Thermodynamics
  • Hydrocarbon Phase Behavior and Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium
  • Introduction to Gas Processing for Operations
  • Molecular Sieve Dehydration
  • Solid Bed Adsorption and TEG Dehydration
  • Turboexpander Gas Processing Plant

  • Atmospheric and Pressure Storage Tanks
  • Automated Control Applications
  • Chemical Injection Systems
  • Coalescing Filters
  • Condensate Stabilization System
  • Dewpoint Testing/Requirements
  • Electrical Load Centers and Panelboards 
  • Electrical System Basics and Diagrams
  • Electrical System Protection
  • Flare System Fundamentals
  • Flare System Hazards and Ignition
  • Flare System Purging Startup and Shutdown
  • Flowing Pipeline Hydraulics
  • Fractional Distillation Process Fundamentals
  • Fundamentals of Hazardous Area Classifications 
  • Gas Compressor Performance
  • Glycol Dehydration Equipment and Operation
  • Glycol Injection System Operation
  • Glycol Sampling and Testing
  • Heat Medium and Hot Oil Systems
  • Heat Medium System Operation
  • High Pressure Gas Sampling
  • High Pressure Liquid Sampling
  • Hydrates
  • Introduction to Computerized Control Systems
  • Introduction to Gas Chromatography
  • Introduction to Measurement: Density, Moisture, pH, and Conductivity
  • Introduction to Measurement: Level and Flow
  • Introduction to Measurement: Temperature and Pressure
  • Introduction to Pigging
  • Introduction to Pipeline Hydrocarbons
  • Introduction to Pipeline Systems
  • ISO Truck Tank Construction and Inspection
  • Liquid Storage Systems
  • Manifold Systems Overview
  • Measurement Basics and Standards
  • Mercaptan Odorizing Systems
  • Methanol Injection
  • Motor Control Centers (MCCs) 
  • Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) Truck Offloading
  • Non-Destructive Examination (NDE)
  • Operating Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Tube Samplers
  • Pentane (C5)+ Truck Loading
  • Pig Launching and Receiving
  • Pipeline Batching
  • Pipeline Bridge Systems
  • Pipeline Commissioning
  • Pipeline Crossings
  • Pipeline Flow Characteristics and Static Pipeline Hydraulics
  • Pipeline Hydrocarbon Measurement and Testing
  • Pipeline In-Line Inspection Tools
  • Pipeline Input/Feed and Export Systems
  • Pipeline Isolation
  • Pipeline Purging with Nitrogen
  • Process Control Strategies
  • Produced Water Treatment
  • Propane and Butane Truck Loading
  • Propane Refrigeration Units and Low Temperature Separators (LTS)
  • Pumping Out Flare Knockout Drums
  • Rail Car Inspection
  • Rail Car Loading and Offloading
  • Rail Car Sampling and Composition Testing
  • Recycle Compressor Operation
  • Reflux in Fractionation Operations
  • Remote Pipeline Startup and Shutdown
  • Roto-Launch Automatic Multiple Pig Launcher
  • Sales Gas Compressor Operation
  • Sales Gas Compressor Types, Use and Limitations
  • Sales Gas Filter Replacement
  • Salt Caverns and Underground Storage
  • Screw Compressor Components and Auxiliary Equipment
  • Solid Desiccants
  • Tank Isolation
  • Tank Venting Systems
  • Testing Composition of Offloading Truck NGLs
  • Tower Fouling and Corrosion Cleaning
  • Turbidity Measurement
  • Two Phase and Three Phase Separators
  • Underground Storage Tank Inspection and Monitoring
  • Water Removal from a Storage Tank Bottom

Process Safety in Operations:

  • Audits and Key Performance Indicators
  • Emergency Response and Incident Investigation 
  • Hazards
  • Introduction
  • Management of Change
  • Projects, Construction and Operations
  • Risk Management

  • Gasoline Blending Operations
  • Refinery Process Overview:
    • Catalytic Reforming
    • Fluid Catalytic Cracking
    • Gasoline Blending
    • Introduction
    • Refinery Process Hazards
    • Crude Distillation
  • Solvent Deasphalting
    • Introduction
    • Analytical Methods and Sample Frequency
    • Primary Equipment
    • Process Operations
    • Process Variables
    • Unit Hazards
  • Sulfur Recovery and Tail Gas Processing Overview
  • Sulfuric Acid Plant:
    • Auxiliary Equipment
    • Introduction and Process Overview
    • Primary Equipment
    • Process Safety
  • SYDEC Delayed Coking Process:
    • Overview
    • Auxiliary Equipment
    • Consequences of Deviation
    • Operations
    • Primary Equipment
    • Process Hazards
  • Turnaround Operations

  • Access to Medical Records
  • Accident Control Techniques: Introduction
  • Accident Control Techniques: Safe Work Practices
  • American Chemistry Council: Responsible Care
  • Asbestos
  • Assessing Occupational Exposure
  • Benzene
  • Combustible Dust Hazards
  • Confined Space Entry
  • DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • DOT Hazardous Materials Employee Safety
  • DOT Hazardous Materials General Awareness
  • DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Security Awareness
  • Driving Safety
  • EHS Regulatory Overview
  • Electrical Safety for Qualified Employees
  • Electrical Safety for Unqualified Employees
  • Emergency Action Plans, Alarm Systems, and Fire Prevention Plans
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Excavation and Trenching
  • Excavation and Trenching for Operations Personnel
  • Explosive and Flammable Chemicals
  • Export Compliance and Global Trade Guidelines
  • Eye and Face Protection
  • Eye Wash and Safety Showers
  • Fall Prevention
  • First Aid Procedures
  • Forklifts and Powered Industrial Trucks
  • Hand and Power Tool Safety
  • Hand Safety
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hazards of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM)
  • Hazwoper: Awareness
  • Hazwoper: Operations
  • Hazwoper: Overview
  • Hearing Protection
  • Heat Stress Safety
  • Helicopter Safety
  • Hot Work
  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
  • Incident Reporting and Investigation
  • Industrial Ergonomics
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Introduction to Hazmat Transportation Regulations
  • Introduction to Process Safety Management (PSM)
  • Ionizing Radiation
  • Irritants, Corrosives, and Sensitizers
  • Jet Fuel Quality Control
  • Laboratory Safety
  • Ladder Safety
  • Ladder Safety for Construction
  • Line Breaking
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Manual Handling and Lifting Techniques
  • Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM)
  • Nitrogen Safe Use and Handling
  • Occupational Exposure to 1,3-Butadiene
  • Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Occupational Exposure to Carcinogens
  • Occupational Exposure to Chlorine
  • Occupational Exposure to Formaldehyde
  • Occupational Exposure to Hexavalent Chromium
  • Occupational Exposure to Hydrochloric Acid
  • Occupational Exposure to Lead
  • Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica
  • Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica - General Industry
  • Occupational Exposure to Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda)
  • Occupational Exposure to Sulfur Dioxide
  • Occupational Exposure to Sulfuric Acid
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Office Fire Safety
  • Office Safety
  • Offshore Water Safety
  • Oxygen-Fuel Gas Welding and Cutting
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers: Non-Emergency Responder
  • Process Safety and Fatigue Management
  • Process Safety and Fatigue Management for Supervisors
  • RCRA Emergency Response
  • RCRA Generators
  • RCRA Transporters
  • RCRA Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Rigging, Slings and Crane Lifts
  • Scaffolding
  • Security Training:  All Personnel
  • Security Training: Facility Security Officer Overview
  • Security Training: Security Personnel
  • Specifications for Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
  • Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures
  • Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia
  • Toxic Chemicals
  • Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
  • Unstable and Reactive Chemicals
  • Vehicle-Mounted Elevated Work Platforms and Aerial Lifts
  • Walking/Working Surfaces
  • Warehouse Safety
  • Working on Scaffolds
  • Workplace Violence

  • Access to Medical Records - UK
  • Asbestos - UK
  • Assessing Occupational Exposure - UK
  • Benzene - UK
  • Confined Space Entry - UK
  • Driving Safety - UK
  • Electrical Safety for Qualified Employees - UK
  • Electrical Safety for Unqualified Employees - UK
  • Environmental Awareness - UK
  • Excavation and Trenching - UK
  • Explosive and Flammable Chemicals - UK
  • Eye and Face Protection - UK
  • Eye Wash and Safety Showers - UK
  • Fall Prevention - UK
  • First Aid Procedures - UK
  • Forklifts and Powered Industrial Trucks - UK
  • Hand Safety - UK
  • Hazardous Waste Spill Response, Containment and Decontamination - UK
  • Hearing Protection - UK
  • Heat Stress Safety - UK
  • Helicopter Safety - UK
  • Hot Work - UK
  • Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) - UK
  • Incident Reporting and Investigation - UK
  • Industrial Ergonomics - UK
  • Industrial Hygiene - UK
  • Ionising Radiation - UK
  • Irritants, Corrosives, and Sensitizers - UK
  • Laboratory Safety - UK
  • Ladder Safety - UK
  • Line Breaking - UK
  • Lockout/Tagout - UK
  • Manual Handling and Lifting Techniques - UK
  • Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) - UK
  • Nitrogen Safe Use and Handling - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to 1,3-Butadiene - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Carcinogens - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Chlorine - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Formaldehyde - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Hexavalent Chromium - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Hydrochloric Acid - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Lead - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda) - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Sulphur Dioxide - UK
  • Occupational Exposure to Sulphuric Acid - UK
  • Office Ergonomics - UK
  • Office Fire Safety - UK
  • Office Safety - UK
  • Offshore Water Safety - UK
  • Overview of Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response - UK
  • Oxygen-Fuel Gas Welding and Cutting - UK
  • Personal Protective Equipment - UK
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers - UK
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers: Non-Emergency Responder - UK
  • Process Safety and Fatigue Management - UK
  • Process Safety and Fatigue Management for Supervisors - UK
  • Respiratory Protection - UK
  • Rigging, Slings and Crane Lifts - UK
  • Specifications for Accident Prevention Signs and Tags - UK
  • Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures - UK
  • Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia - UK
  • Toxic Chemicals - UK
  • Unstable and Reactive Chemicals - UK
  • Vehicle-Mounted Elevated Work Platforms and Aerial Lifts - UK
  • Walking/Working Surfaces - UK
  • Warehouse Safety - UK
  • Workplace Violence - UK

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