Assessing pipeline engineers' competence
Our subject matter experts are available to assess your individual level of competence in a specific area of expertise. The assessment considers resumes, examinations and interviews to determine your personal level of knowledge, skills and experience in a specific task area.
The required competencies for a specific task area are stated in a competency standard that has been developed in collaboration with an independent panel of renowned industry authorities with a combined expertise of 250 years in the pipeline industry, The Qualification Panel for the Pipeline Industry (QPPI). Competency standards are available in different levels: awareness, foundation, practitioner and expert.
Upon satisfaction of the requirements stated in the competency standard, you will receive a certificate providing evidence of your respective level of competence. All our processes and procedures for assessment have been developed in collaboration with the QPPI, acting as our Certification Board. ROSEN will issue this certificate that enables you to demonstrate your competence to your colleagues, company, and industry.
Published: 2019 (2nd Edition)
Competency Standards: 42
Contributors: Over 40 industry experts
This manual lists and defines 42 competencies, at various levels. As defined by the Manual, competence is a combination of skills (the ability to perform a task), knowledge (the ability to understand and explain a task), experience (the type, years, supervision committed to obtaining said knowledge), and behavior. To be qualified in a competence means it has been evaluated and assessed.
Together with the independent qualifications panel, a group consisting of individuals, all experts in their respective fields, a set of defined parameters were created for all 42 competencies. These include:
Together with the Competence Club , to support the development of competence, and their assessments, the pipeline industry now has the beginning of a process to develop and quantify staff competence - The Competency Standards Manual.