Engineer in Training Course - Let E2G’s SMEs Train Your Future SMEs!
Thursday, June 16, 2022 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Presenter: Mark Harmody
Knowing the fundamentals of industry programs, codes and standards, and technology will prepare new engineers for long-term success. At E2G, we have developed a new training course specifically for engineers in training (EIT) to assist with knowledge transfer and support companies without a formal engineering training program.
During this webinar, Mark Harmody will introduce you to E2G’s new EIT training course, which teaches process safety management (PSM); the fundamentals of plant equipment design, inspection, and reliability; and lifecycle management of fixed equipment.
The EIT training course covers a wide variety of topics, including:
- Lifecycle management (LCM) of fixed equipment
- Process Safety Management (PSM) fundamentals
- Fixed equipment design using ASME code
- Common damage mechanisms and mitigation techniques
- Equipment types found in oil and gas processing facilities: pressure vessels, piping, rotating equipment, and storage tanks
- Reliability basics
- In-service equipment inspection using API 579/ASME FFS-1
- Overview of pressure relief systems
- Best practices to design, purchase, procure, install, and commission equipment to meet mechanical integrity and PSM requirements
What You Will Learn:
- Essential elements of the E2G’s EIT curriculum – topics that are most beneficial to an EIT
- Structure, duration, and format of the EIT course
- Backgrounds of the SMEs training your future SMEs
Who Should Attend:
- Recently hired engineers - up to 5 years out of college/university - in the oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer, pulp and paper, power generation, and related industries.
- Engineers who work in reliability, maintenance, or mechanical integrity programs for midstream or downstream business operations.
- Recently hired inspection personnel will find value in the broad range of plant-specific equipment knowledge they will gain.
Join us on June 16th and learn how our SMEs can train your future SMEs!