|Houston - Deer Park, TX area
|May 13th - 14th, 2014. September 16th -
17th, 2014 (2015) January 6th - 7th, 2015
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TANK TRAINING SUPPLIER SINCE 2001.
TO API 650, 653 AND 620.
WORKING AS A CONTRACTOR
FOR THE AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE FROM 2002 UNTIL 2013 BY SUPPLING THE TRAINING YOU NEED TO HAVE A BASIC UNDERSTANDING
OF ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANKS
Introductory Tank Training _ $875
Class runs from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm each day.
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Participate in a high-energy, interactive learning experience. Dynamic lectures
give attendees the opportunity to compare notes, share ideas, and find out how others in similar situations handle the challenges
you are facing.
This two-day course focuses on practical applications
of the latest storage tank technology, operations, and management techniques. The course instructor has over 24 years of experience
in the construction and inspection of storage tank structures and will go beyond theory to meaningful real life examples.
This training program provides a comprehensive introduction to tank standards
650 and 653 and a brief introduction to 620.
Where on the tank's shell and how many Ultrasonic Thickness Test
Readings should be taken.
have real tank parts and components so you can really learn the subject matter.
Included in our displays are items such
as real tank vents, floating roof seals, and UT gauges, old pieces of tank floor, shell and roof plates.
We have a massive library of photos and videos,
each showing how a procedure is done.
"We feel that
a video explains so much more than mere words do"....
A new user of the most common tank
design and inspection repair standards.
Anyone responsible for tank inspection, maintenance, regulatory, compliance or safety.
What do you need to bring:
This training is provided by Mr. John Cornell, training provider for API from 2001 until the end of December
2013, at which time API is ending its long-time Training Provider Certification Program (TPCP).
Starting January 2014, API will open up the their training program and it will become a
generic training program.
Mr. Cornell will not
be instructing your group from a generic training package that someone else has created. His materials are his own....
So if you want to learn the tank standards from the original
contracted training provider, this would be the course for you.