If you’re an experienced engineer and looking for a way to up-skill to advance your career, then make sure not to miss the Pipeline Integrity Master Class.
Organised by Tiratsoo Technical – a division of Great Southern Press – and Clarion Technical Conferences, the Pipeline Integrity Management Master Class has been designed in response to the needs of experienced engineers who already know the essential methods and technologies of this subject.
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The Master Class has been developed as a ‘next-level’ course, which will focus on more complex, sophisticated, and nuanced issues – not just in the application of pipeline integrity management technologies and methods, but in the real management of the asset from a risk and business point of view.Article continues below…
The content of the intensive, five-day syllabus will be flexible to match the particular needs and interests of each group of class participants, who will receive a questionnaire in advance of the class. Led by a world-class team of instructors, it will be heavy on group problem-solving exercises and case-study analyses, and will also feature guest lecturers from senior operating-company executives and technical specialists.
The course be offered for the first time in the United Kingdom after a successful Master Class in the United States of America in May.
- Dr Alan Murray, recently retired Chief Engineer, Canadian National Energy Board
- Professor Phil Hopkins, Technical Director, Penspen
- Dr Jane Haswell, Principal Consulting Engineer, Pipeline Integrity Engineers, UK
The Pipeline Integrity Master Class will be held from 10–14 September 2012 in Ambleside, UK.
Recommended prerequisites It is strongly recommended that class participants have at least five years’ experience in pipeline integrity management and a minimum of 120 hours instruction in relevant professional courses.
Documentation Included with the course fee is a detailed set of lecture notes (an estimated 600 pages, reproduced in colour) and a CD containing an additional reference material.