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Boiler Training

The idea behind the training programme is to give the participant fundamental knowledge regarding boilers, steam, water and other associated equipment. Some participants may benefit from refreshing existing knowledge, while others will benefit from new learning. The objective is to provide participants with vocational education to understand the physics and basic design behind the behaviour of boilers, steam, water and other associated equipment. The course aims to provide the participant with a better understanding of what may or should happen when equipment is operated and why it happens. Furthermore, it enhances the individual’s knowledge and reasoning about many daily maintenance and operational routines. The long-term aim is for safer operation with fewer costs and fewer outages due to damaged equipment.

 

Marine

The boiler training course provides generic knowledge, giving a foundation for understanding the specific knowledge found in operation and maintenance manuals. The course incorporates lifelong experience with theory in areas known to be problematic.  We divide the course into three topics: boiler chemistry (4 modules), water, steam and boilers (4 modules) and boiler operations (7 modules). Each topic takes the participants through related learning, from basic to advanced. 


oil & gas

Similar to marine, with the addition of modules covering specifics regarding deaerators, superheated steam and fuel gas combustion.


Onshore Industry

The oil and gas training course covers the majority of the training needed in any onshore industry. However, specific plants, e.g., renewable, biofuel, coal-fired, etc., may require some degree of tailoring to encompass all the specifics. For further information, please contact us to bridge your needs. 

 
 

Processes, fault finding and problem solving

The processes, fault finding, and problem-solving course provides a generic approach to process knowledge and fault-finding. It gives a foundation for understanding the specific knowledge required in processes and subsequently identify indicators for problem solving. The course incorporates lifelong experience with theory in areas known to be problematic. We divide the course into two area, first a generic view of and approach to fault finding (2 modules), followed by three modules specific on the topic of Boilers, water & steam and burners, where the learning from the first two modules is put into use.