Expand your knowledge on pipeline anomaly assessment by joining us for a two-day in-person training course in New Zealand this March. Our comprehensive course aims to provide the key parameters and input data considerations when assessing different anomaly types, and how this relates to AS 2885.3 compliance. It will also outline how full value can be obtained from high quality in-line inspection data, helping operators to minimise uncertainty and residual risk in their integrity management programme. At the end of the course, you will understand and be able to discuss terminology, concepts, principles, and issues related to pipeline anomaly assessment.
25th - 26th March, 2024
In-person: New Zealand
Satisfies the learning requirements of
Defect Assessment CS020F
Certificate of completion, plus
Continued Professional Development hours
Pre-School: As part of your training, you will have access to the following selected Competency Club E-Learns prior the program start date: Pipeline Defect Assessment (CS020A), Frature Mechanics (CS032A), and Pipeline Defects (CS048A).
Introduction to Crack Assessment:
Geometric Defect Assessment:
Bending Strain and Geohazards:
The course will be led by Joe Short, a Principal Engineer with 15 years of experience in pipeline integrity management consultancy. Joe has a particular focus on pipeline anomaly assessments, post-in-line inspections (ILI), integrity engineering, and integrity management procedures and planning. Joe is an Australian Standards committee member and was a major contributor to the AS 2885.3:2022 Section 9 “Anomaly Assessment and Repair“ working group, tasked with making improvements to the guidance on anomaly assessment, and as Joe is based out of the United Kingdom, bringing an international perspective to best practice in Fitness for Purpose (FFP) methodologies.
He has extensive experience in fitness for purpose (FFP) assessment methodologies, ILI technologies and best practice in ILI comparison, with an excellent knowledge of international code guidance and best practice for pipeline integrity management.
Joe has worked on a wide range of projects with operators throughout the world, but in his current role provides dedicated subject matter expert (SME) technical guidance and leadership for pipeline integrity work conducted by ROSEN in the Asia Pacific region.
Joe delivers integrity awareness training courses to operators on defect assessment and ILI technologies, maximizing the value of ILI data and integrity management planning in a wide range of settings.
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