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Course code: MUK-034
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide an introduction to corrosion in the Oil and Gas Industry

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives

 

LO1 Define what is meant by corrosion and explain why it poses a risk to the Oil and Gas Industry

LO2 Identify areas where corrosion is commonly found in oil and gas facilities

LO3 Identify the elements which are necessary for corrosion to occur

LO4 Identify the main corrodents found in oil and gas facilities and explain how these can cause corrosion

LO5 Identify different types of corrosion

LO6 Explain how corrosion can impact wells and flowlines

LO7 Explain how corrosion can impact plant and pipelines

LO8 Explain how corrosion can impact gas systems

LO9 Explain how corrosion can impact water systems

LO10 Explain how corrosion can impact deadleg areas

LO11 Identify areas where external corrosion is most prevalent

LO12 Describe corrosion control measures

LO13 Explain how to play your part in minimising corrosion

Course code: MUK-036
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2 hours
Language: English
Price: NOK 1500,-
Course code: MUK-014
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 1000,-

This course aims to provide all relevant personnel with an overview of best practices in Mechanical Isolations.

 

Course Content

Section 1: Course Overview

Section 2: Introduction to Mechanical Isolations

Section 3: Roles and Responsibilities

Section 4: Safety Critical Manual Valves (SCMVs)

Section 5: Planning Isolations

Section 6: Performing Isolations

Section 7: Isolation Security

Section 8: HP/LP Systems

Section 9: Reinstatement of Plant

Course code: MUK-062
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

This course aims to provide learners with an introduction to well integrity and its importance for maintaining safe and secure operations.

 

Course Content

- Define ‘well integrity’ 

- Identify some of the key elements in a Well Integrity Management System (WIMS) 

- Explain the importance of having a Well Integrity Policy and Well Integrity Strategy 

- Give an overview of resources, roles and responsibilities 

- Define ‘well barriers’ 

- Give an overview of a typical well barrier philosophy 

- Identify well barrier envelopes 

- Identify primary and secondary well barrier envelopes - Explain why risk assessment is crucial to maintaining well integrity 

- Identify the minimum considerations that should be taken into account when carrying out a risk assessment 

- Identify potential well integrity considerations from outflow potential impacts 

- Identify external risks to well integrity 

- Give an overview of typical well integrity risk assessment techniques 

- Describe how to assess well integrity anomalies 

- Give an overview of well operating limits 

- Give an example of a recent incident caused by integrity failure

Course code: MUK-160
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide an overview of management of change. The course focuses on the steps of the management of change process, the roles and responsibilities of personnel, and the risks involved in change management and their associated control measures.

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives:

LO1 Explain why the effective management of change is an essential part of operations in the Oil and Gas Industry

LO2 Define ‘change’

LO3 Describe the key stages in the management of change process

LO4 Identify the key roles and responsibilities involved in effective management of change

LO5 Identify the risks associated with management of change

LO6 Explain how the risks associated with management of change can be managed

Course code: MUK-019
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Price: NOK 1000,-

This course aims to provide the knowledge and techniques for carrying out pressure testing and leak testing in the
workplace.

 

Learning Objectives
- Define what is meant by a leak test
- Define what is meant by a pressure test
- Outline the role of the leak tester and the general requirements for leak/pressure testing
- Identify examples of systems that require to be pressure or leak tested
- Explain proof testing and strength testing of pressure vessels and pipework
- Identify examples of the various methods of leak testing
- Explain the differences and risks using water as a test medium compared to using pressurised inert gas
- Outline how to plan a leak test
- Explain how to use P&IDs for planning purposes
- Explain how to use valve line-up checklists
- Explain the use of task risk assessments prior to leak testing
- Identify the equipment required for leak testing
- Explain the use of Helium as a trace gas
- Describe how to use the HeliTest unit
- Describe the operation of an intensifier pump
- Describe line specifications and their use in identifying design pressures
- Identify PSV ratings
- Identify examples of test documentation

 

Course code: MUK-146
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2 hours
Language: English
Price: NOK 1500,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide an overview of the various process safety systems that are employed in the Oil and Gas Industry

 

Target Audience: Process Operators/Trainee Process Operators

 

This course contains the following sections:

Section 1: Hazards of Hydrocarbons

Section 2: The HAZOP Process

Section 3: Safety Instrumented Systems

Section 4: Fire and Gas Systems

Section 5: Overpressure Protection

Section 6: Managing Pressure and Leak Testing

Section 7: Management of Change

Course code: MUK-035P
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: Brazilian Portuguese
Price: NOK 1000,-

This course aims to provide an overview of industry best practice for working on small bore tubing systems.

 

Course Content

Section 1: Introduction to Small Bore Tubing Systems
LO1 Describe the importance of small bore tubing systems
LO2 Explain the importance of hazard management
LO3 Identify the importance of ‘standardisation’


Section 2: Principles of Compression Fittings
LO4 Identify different types of compression fittings and explain their function
LO5 Describe the different components of fittings and the principles of compression fitting sealing
LO6 Explain the considerations to be taken into account when selecting fitting components
LO7 Explain the importance of deformation


Section 3: System Preparation
LO8 Describe the process for preparing compression joints
LO9 Explain the process of tube cutting and the considerations that should be taken into account
LO10 Explain how to secure the nut of a compression fitting
LO11 Explain when and where an inspection gauge should be used
LO12 Explain the use and selection of suitable thread sealant
LO13 Explain why leak and pressure testing must be carried out
LO14 Describe the different thread types that can be encountered
LO15 Outline the differences between parallel and tapered threads


Section 4: Identification of Tubing and Compression Systems
LO16 Explain the importance of not mixing types and brands of fittings


Section 5: Hazards
LO17 Identify the common problems and issues encountered in small bore tubing systems
LO18 Describe how tube bending is carried out
LO19 Identify the requirements for adequate straight length adjacent to the fitting
LO20 Identify what determines the number of fittings in a system
LO21 Describe the causes and effects of vibration
LO22 Identify the considerations involved where there are components frequently installed and removed in a system
LO23 Describe the procedures and practices that must be followed when reinstating a small bore tubing system back to its original condition


Section 6: Correct Selection and Assembly Techniques
LO24 Explain how to select the correct components
LO25 Describe the checks that should be made during an installation
LO26 Describe the best practice that must be followed for working with compression fittings and small bore tubing systems

Course code: MUK-157
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 15 Minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Course Goal: This course aims toprovide an overview of managing hydrocarbon releases

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives:

 

LO1 Describe the history of the hydrocarbon release risk reduction process

LO2 Describe safety instrumented systems

LO3 Describe the introduction of control of work procedures

LO4 Describe isolation procedures

LO5 Describe fire and gas detection systems

LO6 Describe hydrocarbon release reporting

LO7 Describehow different hydrocarbon fluids behave on release and describe how hydrocarbon mixtures may undergo a phasechange

LO8 Explain the dangers of exposure to hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and identify the symptoms of H2S poisoning

LO9 Describe the range of leak rates that can occur with the different types of failure

Course code: MUK-147
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 15 Minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Course Goal: This course aims tointroduce learners to the role of diesel engines in the Oil and Gas Industry and the importance of maintaining good lubrication for safe operations

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives:

 

LO1 Explain the difference between diesel engines and gas or petrol engines

LO2 Describe the role of diesel engines in the Oil and Gas Industry

LO3 Explain the importance of using lubricants for protecting diesel engines

LO4 Identify the key components in a good diesel engine lubricant

LO5 Describe the benefits of using a good lubricant for maintaining effective diesel engine operation

Course code: MUK-183
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Course Goal: This course aims toprovide learners with an overview of industry best practice associated with pressure vessel inspection

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives:

LO1 Define what is meant by a ‘pressure vessel’

LO2 Give examples of pressure vessels

LO3 Identify the factors that can cause pressure vessel incidents

LO4 Identify the hazards posed by pressure vessel failure

LO5 Explain the requirements for inspections to be carried out by a competent person

LO6 Explain the requirements for a written scheme of examination

LO7 Describe how to carry out internal and external pressure vessel inspection

LO8 Describe how to carry out pressure pipework inspection

LO9 Explain the importance of carrying out regular pressure testing

LO10 Describe the control measures that are required to limit the risk posed by pressure vessels

Course code: MUK-158
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 15 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Course Goal: This course aims to introduce learners to the requirements for maintaining surface preparation

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives:

 

LO1 Define what is meant by ‘surface preparation’

LO2 Explain the requirement for surface preparation

LO3 Identify the possible implications of removing corrosion from corroded equipment

LO4 Give an overview of different surface preparation methods

LO5 Describe the different inspection techniques available for monitoring surface preparation

LO6 Describe the control measures that should be considered when carrying out surface preparation

Course code: MUK-035
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 1000,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide an overview of industry best practice for working on small bore tubing systems

Target Audience: All relevant personnel involved in the design, construction and maintenance of small bore tubing systems

 

Learning Objectives

Section 1: Introduction to Small Bore Tubing Systems

 

Section 2: Principles of Compression Fittings

 

Section 3: System Preparation 

 

Section 4: Identification of Tubing and Compression Systems

 

Section 5: Hazards

 

Section 6: Support and Routing

 

Section 7: Routing, Support and Tubing Conditions 

 

Section 8: Identifying and Assessing High Risk Applications  

 

Section 9: Correct Selection and Assembly Techniques

 

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