Engineering, Construction and Mining


Top 3 skills you will achieve:

  • Inspectors' responsibilities
  • Inspection methods
  • Safety requirements

In-Service Inspection of Pressure Equipment

If you are focused on a career in In-Service of Pressure Equipment, look to Central. 
We can launch your career as a Pressure Equipment Inspector.  Our program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to undertake this role in industry



Course Overview

Course Code:ENG002 
Careers:Pressure Equipment Inspector 
How:Short course, Fee for service 
Where:PERTH CAMPUS - Building 2
30 Aberdeen Street
NORTHBRIDGE
6003

 
International study available:No 
Online study available:No 
Uni pathway available:No 
Day and Time:10 day course over two weeks 
Commences:11 Aug 2014 
Fee:$3000 
Further information:For further information download our Flyer,call 9428-0402 or email industrytraining@central.wa.edu.au or complete a Pre-enrolment Form and email it to us. 

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This training course meets the AICIP requirements for certification, focusing on the following areas of competency:

  • Inspectors' responsibilities
  • Safety requirements
  • Materials and manufacturing requirements
  • Inspection methods
  • Common faults, causes and recommended actions
  • Repairs, replacements and alterations
  • Re-rating requirements
  • Pressure equipment, boilers, piping, relief devices and controls
  • Supervision and staff training

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