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API Prepatatory Courses

API 510 (American Petroleum Institute – Pressure Vessel Inspector) ** 

The objective of the American Petroleum Institute (API), Pressure Vessel Inspector Preparatory Program is to improve management control of process unit operation, repair and maintenance. Also, the reduction of the potential for inspection delays resulting from regulatory requirements. Pressure Vessel Inspector provides a continued high level of safety through the use of inspectors specialized in process equipment. The program encourages self-regulation and establishes a uniform national program that endeavours state and local governments in pressure vessel regulations. 

Experience Required: Minimum 1 year inspection activities of pressure vessels with Degree in higher engineering. Minimum 3 years in supervision or performance of inspection activities with high school or equivalent. Minimum 5 years in design construction repair or inservice inspection.

 

API 570 (American Petroleum Institute – Piping Inspector)**

The API 570 Piping Inspector Preparatory Program is structured in such way to give a detailed understanding of the required engineering knowledge for API 570 In-service Piping Inspection and provide required preparation in the form of lectures by experts and model examination for attaining the API 570 In-service Piping Inspection Certification.

Experience Required: Minimum 1 year inspection activities of piping systems with Degree in higher engineering. Minimum 3 years in supervision or performance of inspection activities with high school or equivalent. Minimum 5 years in design construction repair or inservice inspection.

 

API 653 (American Petroleum Institute – Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector) **

The API Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector Preparatory Program is issued together with Supplement 1 to API 653, Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Reconstruction. This program promotes safe storage and material handling of petroleum products in a way that protects employees, the public, and the environment. The development of the program is with the participation storage tank owner/users, and establishes a uniform national program that will assist state and local governments in aboveground storage tank regulations.

Experience Required: Minimum 1 year inspection activities of  abovestorage  tanks with Degree in higher engineering. Minimum 3 years in supervision or performance of inspection activities with high school or equivalent. Minimum 5 years in design construction repair or inservice inspection.

 

API 579 (American Petroleum Institute – Fitness For Service)

Fitness-For-Service (FFS) assessment is a multi-disciplinary quantitative engineering approach to determine whether equipment is suitable for continued operation.
The outcome of a FFS assessment is a decision to run the component as-is, alter it, repair it, or replace it. A remaining life assessment may be performed as part of a FFS evaluation in order to determine how long the asset can be operated safely or to define appropriate inspection intervals.
This course provides training on the application of API 579-1/ASME FFS-1, a standard jointly published by the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Example problems will be worked through to provide participants with a detailed understanding of the various FFS calculations.

API 580 (American Petroleum Institute – Risk Based Inspection) 

The American Petroleum Institute (API) Supplemental Inspection Certification program is intended to provide documented evidence of advanced (above the basic core API 510, 570, & 653 examinations) knowledge and expertise in the context of Risk Based contained in API RP 580.

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