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Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector Course

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Course Overview

This comprehensive course provides a systematic development of skills and knowledge of Piping and Mechanical QC based on international standards, industry job requirements, and step-by-step exploration of QA/QC activities.

Why is this “Certified Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector” course important for anyone pursuing a career in Engineering/Quality Inspection? As per current requirements and job descriptions for QC Engineers, engineers are expected to have hybrid skills and be specialised in at least two technical areas.

Engineers in the new trade must be certified and have the equivalent of a QC engineer qualification. In today’s times, speciality certification programs are considered a mandatory requirement in almost all industries and are especially important to gain an edge.

This Zoe training course will empower you with an overall understanding of heat treatments, metallurgical evaluation, damage mechanisms, and the proper selection of alloys to mitigate the problems. It will also enlighten you with information about the common national and international piping construction codes, piping inspection codes, piping design, piping repairs, and alterations.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this Certified Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector course successfully, participants will be able to:

  • Gain a thorough understanding of process piping code related to design & fabrication
  • Identify different types of piping assembly, AS raised neck flange, socket weld, threaded and seal welds including required weld sizes
  • Select proper class flanged fittings for different service conditions such as corrosive, erosive, high-temperature service, and hydro as well as pneumatic test requirements
  • Gather knowledge of control valves including globe, slide, swing check, butterfly, and the maintenance and inspection requirements
  • Obtain a thorough understanding of filler metals, welding electrodes, welding variables, and essential and nonessential variables
  • Learn about post-weld heat treatment, preheating, and various heat treatments on ferrous materials
  • Discover NDT, Ultrasonic, Magnetic, Penetrate, Eddy Current, Thermography, and Radiography
  • Become familiar with piping and welding codes

Training Methodology

This collaborative Certified Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector training program will comprise the following training methods:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars & Presentations
  • Group Discussions
  • Assignments
  • Case Studies & Functional Exercises

Similar to our other courses, this training program also follows the ‘Do-Review-Learn-Apply’ model.

Organisational Benefits

Companies who nominate their employees to participate in this Certified Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector course can benefit in the following ways:

  • Benefit from training your employees on the definition and importance of mechanical information, along with the different roles played within the Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) guidelines
  • Document your Flange Integrity information systematically and efficiently
  • Improve productivity by teaching your staff about the Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) work process and how it fits into the overall organisational work processes
  • Achieve improved Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC), higher employee morale, increased productivity, and reduced costs of damage control
  • Assess your Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) rating by evaluating its effectiveness to reduce injuries and illnesses and identifying and eliminating workplace hazards
  • Reduce the damages caused by inadequate Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) processes

Personal Benefits

Individuals who participate in this Certified Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector course can gain from it in the following ways:

  • Create career opportunities and strengthen your ability to move across worldwide industries like oil and gas, automobile, production, construction, aeronautics, etc
  • Secure a relevant Engineer’s job anywhere in the world with the right knowledge of Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC)
  • Get promoted in your current job in the Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) field
  • Get the professional skill and knowledge required to perform your job with optimum efficiency and accuracy
  • Master the knowledge and techniques to see the future of an effective Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) process
  • Learn how to do a good job with your machines and why it is important to do so
  • Make a valuable contribution to your organisation by being in a position to determine if you should implement a program at your site, or better understand an existing program
  • Get an opportunity to work through hands-on exercises in detail to gain the skills needed to facilitate a Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) study
  • Gain the skills to plan, manage, facilitate, and scribe for a Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) project

Who Should Attend?

This Certified Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector course would be suitable for:

  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Production Engineers
  • Metallurgical Engineers
  • Quality Inspectors
  • Technicians
  • Engineering Supervisors
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Fabrication Supervisor/Inspectors
  • Inspection Supervisor/Inspectors
  • Welding Supervisors
  • Welding Inspectors
  • Quality Supervisors
  • Quality Inspectors
  • NDE Inspectors
  • Welding QA/QC Inspectors
  • QA/QC Inspectors
  • Individuals who are seeking positions as Q/C & Piping Engineers in the following industries:
    • Oil & Gas
    • Petrochemical
    • Refinery
    • Power Plant
    • Construction Projects
    • Civil Mega Projects
    • Heavy Fabrication Industries
    • Others

Course Outline

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION

  • Course Introduction
  • Instruction Objectives
  • Mechanical Inspection Tasks
  • Regulatory Bases and QA Program Requirements
  • Implementing Documents
  • Mechanical Documents and Drawings

MODULE 2: TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

  • Inspection Tools and Equipment
  • Manufacturing and Processing Discontinuities
  • Bolting and Fastener Inspections

MODULE 3: INSPECTION TYPES

MODULE 4: PIPING ENGINEERING

  • Introduction of Piping
  • Piping Drawing
    • Isometric
    • P&ID
    • GA
  • Equipment Drawing & Structural Drawing
  • Piping Material & Material Standard
  • Pipe Support
  • Pipe Fittings/Flanges & Valves
  • Torque & Bolts/ Gaskets
  • BOM Preparation
  • Pipe Fit-Up & Cutting Terminology
  • Piping Codes & Standard
  • Pipe Fabrication/Erection & Hydrostatic Testing
  • Documentation Related to Piping & Inspection
  • Pipe Insulation & Painting
  • Introduction Of Air Tubing & Hook-Up Drawing

MODULE 5: QA/QC ENGINEERING

  • Introduction Of Welding Process
  • Weld Terminology
  • Material Inspection, Material Codes & Standard
  • WPS & PQR
  • Welding Drawing/Weld Map
  • Weld Symbols
  • Welding Defects
  • Destructive Testing
  • Non-Destructive Testing
    • NDT Level 1
    • NDT Level 2
  • Repair Of Weld Joint
  • Heat Treatment
  • Four Factors and Weld Ability
  • Document Preparation Related to Inspection

MODULE 6: NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING LEVEL I & II

  • Visual Testing
  • DYE Penetrant Testing
  • Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Ultra-Sonic Testing
  • Radiographic Testing
  • Radiographic Film Interpretation
  • Documentation of the testing

MODULE 7: PLANS, CODES & STANDARDS

  • Preparation of Inspection Test Plans (ITP)
  • Pressure Vessel & Storage Tank
  • ASME Codes & Standards
  • ASNT Level 2 NDT
  • QC in Welding Inspection

MODULE 8: DRAWINGS & DIAGRAMS

MODULE 9: QA/QC DOCUMENTATION

  • Functional Inspections and Tests
  • Reporting Inspection Results
  • Operating Experience

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