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Why Choose this Training Course?
This PetroKnowledge training course examines methods of inspection, rehabilitation and repair of a wide range of marine structures and waterfront facilities. It also discusses the inspection, risk- based inspection of offshore structures and subsea equipment. The contents of marine structures in this training course include timber structures, concrete structures, steel structures and structures comprising synthetic material.
This training course also covers case studies and new methods of inspection of many structures in the marine environment.
This training course will highlight:
Types of port facilities, offshore and marine structures, and subsea equipment
Inspection and maintenance of marine structures
Maintenance and rehabilitation of waterfront structure
Inspection and integrity of offshore structures
Inspection and maintenance of subsea equipment
What are the Goals?
By the end of this training course, participants will learn:
Different types of port facilities, waterfront structures, offshore structures
Overview of subsea engineering and subsea equipment
Repair and rehabilitation Techniques of different waterfront structures such as piers, jetties and quay walls
Risk based maintenance and inspection (RBI) for offshore structures and subsea equipment
Challenges in inspection of offshore and subsea structures
Who is this Training Course for?
Participants to this training course will receive a thorough training on the subjects covered by the seminar outline with the Tutor utilising a variety of proven adult learning teaching and facilitation techniques. Seminar methodology includes case studies, exercises, group discussions etc.
The training course will include a comprehensive manual, PowerPoint presentations, videos, practical examples and competency assurance tests.
How will this Training Course be Presented?
This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
Project managers and project engineers
Marine structures engineers
Offshore structures engineers
Designer engineer (civil engineer)
Site Engineer (civil Engineer)
The organization will benefit as the following:
Improve the quality of operation of different types of marine structures in the infrastructure and oil & gas industries
Improve organization investment by training people to be decision makers in marine and offshore structures
Improve project investment by defining how to modify the quality control of ports, marine structures and offshore construction or maintenance
Increase cost savings by encouraging the organization to focus on repair and rehabilitation techniques of wide ranges of waterfront structures
Increase the efficiency of projects by strengthening the competencies of human resources.
The delegates will benefit as the following:
Increase awareness of different types of marine structures and the material comprising these structures
Enhancing the knowledge about different methods of repair of marine structures
Increase understanding of the importance of repair and rehabilitation of marine structures
Enhance problem-solving abilities for maintaining marine structures
Improving the delegates’ operational skills
Day One: Introduction to Berthing Facilities, Offshore Structures and Subsea Engineering
Typical Beach Profile (Onshore, Near shore, offshore, etc.)
Ports Berthing facilities (quay walls, jetties)
Types of Offshore Structures (Fixed Platforms, Floating Structures, Subsea System)
Overview of Subsea Engineering
Day Two: Inspection of Marine Structures
Factors affecting inspection performance
Issues in quantifying performance
Materials for Ocean Structures
Maintenance planning and types of facilities
Materials and preventive maintenance
Safety and environmental compliance
Levels of inspection
Day Three: Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Waterfront Facilities
Repair of wood and timber structures
Repair of concrete structures
Repair of steel structures
Repair of synthetic material
Repair of bulkheads and quay walls
Day Four: Inspection & Maintenance of Offshore Structures
Risk and reliability evaluation
Risk based maintenance and inspection (RBI)
Offshore structure integrity
Introduction of cathodic protection
Day Five: Subsea Equipment, Inspection and Maintenance
Subsea Equipment (PLEM, connections and jumbers)
Next generation subsea inspection, maintenance, and repair
Challenges of subsea inspection
Safety in Operation and Maintenance
On successful completion of this training course, a PetroKnowledge Certificate will be
awarded to the delegates
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