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COURSE CATEGORY

Non Destructive Testing
Piping Engineering
Quality Assurance and Quality Control
Welding Engineering
Diploma in oil and gas technology
Work Management System
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Mechanical and Electrical Plumbing
Mechanical and Electrical Plumbing
Industrial Structural Engineering
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ULRASONIC TESTING (UT) : LEVEL – II

Theory :  Properties of Sound Waves, Generation of Ultrasound, Interaction of ultrasound with matter and boundaries, types of Probes, Test Techniques, Test Equipment, Instrumentation, Test Variables, Inspection Procedures, Manufacturing Processes and types of Discontinuities, Codes, Procedures and acceptance standards.

Practical’s: Calibration of Equipment for various types of Probes,  use of different Calibration / Reference Blocks, Test Techniques, Discontinuity Detection & Location Procedures, BEAM SPREAD / PROFILE, Discontinuity size estimation techniques (DGS,DAC) Interpretation of Indications, Recording and Reporting of Test results.

 

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MIG WELDING

  • Equipment & accessories
  • Safety Precautions
  • Safety Precautions
  • Operating Techniques
  • Process related defects & remedies

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TIG WELDING

  • Handling of equipment
  • Equipment & accessories
  • Safety Precautions
  • Familiarization with TIG process
  • Selection of tungsten electrodes & Gas
  • Selection of filler metals
  • Process related defects & remedies.
  • Advantages of pulsed TIG welding
  • Application & limitations

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SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING

  • Introduction & Principled of SMAW
  • Safety precautions
  • Defects in welding
  • Welding Power Source
  • Inspection & Testing Of Weldments
  • Welding Techniques

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QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL (QA/QC)

Quality Assurance and Quality Control is applicable in construction, production and servicing industries. Civil,Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Instrumentation, production, automobile and even other engineering branches also has QA/QC programs according to their requirement. Usually qualified and well experienced

persons are working in quality control department of engineering companies.

As in the case of many other professional segments, specialization courses became essential for placement in QA/QC department. Accordingly we conduct specialization courses for QA/QC Engineers.

Usually fresh mechanical engineers do not have clear idea about the specialization courses and certifications necessary to get placement in QA/QC department of industrial construction companies. This condition became worse when candidates approach certain institutes, because they offer variety of certificates which may or may not be required for QA/QC Engineer. Hence this has to be clear at first. Usually QA/QC Engineers working in construction projects have to do following activities.

  • Pre-Inspection Meeting
  • Inspection of Raw materials
  • NDT / Destructive testing involved inraw material Inspection
  • Material Certificate Control
  • Review of Drawings
  • Review of Procedures
  • Review of operator qualification
  • Fit up inspection of spools
  • Monitoring of Welds
  • Visual Inspection of finished welds
  • Identification of spools
  • Post Weld Heat Treatment
  • Hardness Test
  • Non Destructive Inspection of welds
  • Surface Preparation and painting ofspools
  • Inspection at erection (Fit up, welding, PWHT, NDT etc.)
  • Pressure Test
  • Coating Inspection

 

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PIPING ENGINEERING

  • Introduction and overview of piping
  • Piping basics
  • Codes, standards specifications of ASME,ANSI,ASTM,API,NACE,MSS,AISI,AWS,AWWA&PFI
  • Material science of various piping materials like carbon steel  (CS ),alloy steel  (AS ), stainless steel(SS),Copper nickel, etc
  • Different types of pipes
  • Different types of flanges
  • various type valves
  • Welding procedure specifications (WPS),WPQR and WPQT
  • Fabrication and errection  of Steel structural drawings for piperacks,pipetrenchs,pipesleepers,platforms,ladders,handrails,pipesupports,etc
  • Errection drawings of static & rotating equipements (colunms,vessels,heatexchangers,condensors,finfancoolers,reactors,absorbers,fracinators,flarestacks ,relief system stacks,
  • Method statements for pre-fabrication,site fabrication and errection of piping systems at underground and above ground
  • Method statements,job safety analysis,riskassesments,total safety task instructions,rigging studies and plans for heavy lifting and errectins of steel structurals,pressure vessels and various rotating equipements.
  • Plot plans,siteplans,general arrangement drawings,isometricdrawings,spooldrawings,flowdiagrams,P&ID(piping and instrument diagrams)
  • Pre- fabrication ,site fabrication and installation of various piping systems (Utility systems, fuel gas systems,process systems ,flare systems,reliefsystems,fire water systems, jacketed piping systems for sulfur and asphalt lines, cement lined piping systems for cooling water and sea water, steam tracings,)
  • Line checking as per test pack,Isometricdrawings,P&ID, ITP (inspection & test plan),pipe internal cleaning report,NDEreports,flange face inspection reports,bolttorquening& tensioning reports.
  • Issuing punch list ,confirmation of punch clearance,submission of test pack approval for ready for test (RFT) .
  • Hydro testing,pneumatictesting,visualtesting,chemical cleaning & pickling piping systems draining,flushing,pigging,airblowing,steam blowing , system acceptance for inertgas filling and handover to commissioning.

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NDT FOR MANAGERS

Theory: NDT – Definition & Philosophy, Fitness for Purpose Concept, Theory, Application and Limitations of Various NDT Techniques, Importance of Training & Certification, Costing. Practical’s: Demonstration of Major NDT Methods.

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WELDING INSPECTOR

Theory: Attributes of a Welding Inspector, Basics of Welding Metallurgy, Major Welding Consumables, Welding Symbols, Welding Discontinuities, welding processes, destructive and nondestructive tests on welds. codes (API 1104/ section IX) Practical’s:  use of welding gauge, profile gauge, micrometer, vernier, demonstration of NDT of welds by various methods. Interpretation of weld radiograph.

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VISUAL INSPECTION (VT) LEVEL – II

Theory: Introduction to Visual Testing, Fundamentals of Vision, Test Equipment such as mirrors, magnifiers, boroscopes, fiberscope, Processes and Discontinuities. Practical’s:  Use of Test Equipments, Inspection of Welds, Forgings, etc Interpretation of Indications, Recording and Reporting of Test results.

 

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VISUAL INSPECTION (VT) LEVEL – I

Theory: Introduction to Visual Testing, Fundamentals of Vision, Test Equipments such as mirrors, magnifiers, boroscopes, fiberscope, Manufacturing Processes and Discontinuities.Practical’s:  Use of Test Equipment, Inspection of Weldments, Forgings, etc. Recording of Test results.

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INTERPRETATION OF RADIOGRAPHS

Theory : Nuclear Physics, Interaction of Radiation with Matter, Shielding, Radiation Detectors, Biological Effects, Radiation Protection, Basic Rules & Techniques, Sources of Radiation and their characteristics, Film Radiography and Film Processing, Inspection Techniques and Procedures, Sensitivity & Definition (Definition), I.Q.I.S, Other Accessories, Types of Discontinuities.Practical’s:  INTERPRETATION OF Radiograph’s of Castings and Welding by X-ray and Gamma ray using films.

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RADIOGRAPHIC TESTING (RT) : LEVEL – II

Theory : Nuclear Physics, Interaction of Radiation with Matter, Shielding, Radiation Detectors, Biological Effects, Radiation Protection, Basic Rules & Techniques, Sources of Radiation and their characteristics, Film Radiography and Film Processing, Inspection Techniques and Procedures, Sensitivity & Definition, I.Q.I.S, Other Accessories, Types of Discontinuities.Practicals:   Radiography of Castings and Welding by X-ray and Gamma ray using films. Interpretation of Indications, Recording and Reporting of Test results.

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RADIOGRAPHIC TESTING (RT) : LEVEL – I

Theory : Nuclear Physics, Interaction of Radiation with Matter, Shielding, Radiation Detectors, Biological Effects, Radiation Protection, Basic safety rules, Sources of Radiation and their characteristics, Film construction and Film Processing, Exposure Techniques and Calculations, Sensitivity & Definition, Use of I.Q.I., Shim and Densitometers,  Other Accessories, Types of Discontinuities.Practical’s:   Radiography of Castings and Welding by X-ray and Gamma ray using films. Recording of Test results.

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ULRASONIC TESTING (UT) : LEVEL – II

Theory :  Properties of Sound Waves, Generation of Ultrasound, Interaction of ultrasound with matter and boundaries, types of Probes, Test Techniques, Test Equipment, Instrumentation, Test Variables, Inspection Procedures, Manufacturing Processes and types of Discontinuities, Codes, Procedures and acceptance standardsPractical’s: Calibration of Equipment for various types of Probes,  use of different Calibration / Reference Blocks, Test Techniques, Discontinuity Detection & Location Procedures, BEAM SPREAD / PROFILE, Discontinuity size estimation techniques (DGS,DAC) Interpretation of Indications, Recording and Reporting of Test results.

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ULRASONIC TESTING (UT) : LEVEL – I

Theory :  Properties of Sound Waves, Generation of Ultrasound, Interaction of ultrasound with matter and boundaries, types of Probes, Test Techniques, Test Equipment, Instrumentation, Test Variables, Inspection Procedures, Types of Discontinuities.Practical’s: Calibration of Equipment for various types of Probes Discontinuity Detection and Location / Size Estimation Techniques. Recording of Test results.

 

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LIQUID (DYE) PENETRANT TESTING (LPT) : LEVEL – II

Theory: Basics of Penetrant Testing, Pre cleaning Methods, Penetrant Groups, Penetrant Removal Techniques, Type of Developers, Inspection Procedures, Sensitivity & Resolution, Accessories, Manufacturing Processes and types of Discontinuities, Codes, Procedures and acceptance standards, testing of Penetrant materials, Preservation of Inspection.Practical’s:  Visible (Red) and Fluorescent Penetrants of various types, Use of dry / wet solvent suspended developers. Interpretation of Indications, Recording and Reporting of Test results.Preparation of procedures.

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LIQUID (DYE) PENETRANT TESTING (LPT) : LEVEL – I

Theory : Basics of Penetrant Testing , Penetrant Groups, Pre-cleaning Methods, Penetrant Removal Techniques, Types of Developers and application procedures, Inspection Procedures, , Sensitivity & Resolution concepts, Accessories, Types of Discontinuities.Practicals: use of Visible (Red) and Fluorescent Penetrant of various types, Use of dry/ wet/ solvent suspended developers. Interpretation of Indications,  Recording of Test results.

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MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING (MPT) : LEVEL – II

Theory: Basics of Magnetism & Electromagnetism, Magnetization Techniques and selection, Types of Currents, Inspection  Mediums, Inspection Techniques, Test Equipment & Accessories, Demagnetization Techniques , Manufacturing Processes and types of Discontinuities, Codes, Procedures and acceptance standards, Understanding procedures,Practical’s:  Yokes, Prods, Headshot, Central Conductor, Coil Techniques, Using dry, wet ordinary and wet fluorescent powders, Demagnetization, Interpretation of Indications, Recording and Reporting of Test results, Preparation of procedures.

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MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING (MPT) : LEVEL – I

Theory: Basics of Magnetism, Magnetization Techniques, Types of currents, Inspection Mediums, Inspection Techniques, Test Equipment & Accessories, Demagnetization, Types of Indications, Manufacturing processes and types of discontinuities. Practical’s:  Yokes, Prods, Headshot, Central Conductor and Coil Techniques, Using dry / wet ordinary / wet fluorescent powders, Interpretation of indications, Demagnetization , Recording of Test results.