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Drafting

Drafters produces drawings for visual guidelines and show how to construct a product or structure. Drawings include technical details and specify dimensions, materials, and procedures. Drafters fill in technical details using drawings, rough sketches, specifications, and calculations made by engineers or designers, such as the numbers and kinds of fasteners needed to assemble the installation, within project requirements and drawing procedure.

Course Content
Familiarization 8 hours
Communication English 80 hours
General Engineering (with applicable Mathematics) 100 hours
Oil and Gas Facilities 60 hours
Elements of Drafting 120 hours
Health, Safety & Environment 120 hours
Quality Assurance 60 hours
Soft Skills 60 hours

Structural & Piping Fitter

A pipefitter assembles and repairs pipe systems of all types, sizes and pressures. He is responsible for the proper placement and alignment of the pipes. His job is to install pipes that carry hot water and other liquids, oil, steam and gases. He is also required to perform welding works as required, do pipefitting for all types of facilities, including oil and gas platforms, oil rigs, work barges and construction sites. A pipefitter must possess knowledge and understanding of metallurgy.

Course Content
Familiarization 8 hours
Communication English 80 hours
General Engineering (with applicable Mathematics) 100 hours
Oil and Gas Facilities 60 hours
Elements of Pipefitting 120 hours
Health, Safety & Environment 120 hours
Quality Assurance 60 hours
Soft Skills 60 hours

Rigging & Slinging

Riggers help operate machines that move heavy objects including plates, steel rods, drilling towers, platforms, and the heavy construction equipment used to build and take down steel structures. Riggers decide which pulleys, booms, braces, and cables for each job. They also must know where to attach the hooks, chains, and cables to lift a load safely. While the object is being lifted, riggers use hand signals and other means to direct crane operators and help guide the objects into place.

Course Content
Familiarization 8 hours
Communication English 80 hours
General Engineering (with applicable Mathematics) 100 hours
Oil and Gas Facilities 60 hours
Rigging & Slinging Tools & Equipment + Elements of Rigging Operations 120 hours
Health, Safety & Environment 120 hours
Quality Assurance 60 hours
Soft Skills 60 hours

Scaffolding

Being able to put up scaffolds, rigs, guard rails and planks securely is integral in the job of aScaffolder. This is so, as many work crews, construction workers and engineers will use this to access the work site. Scaffolders can be found on restoration jobs for old buildings, bridges, power stations, major events, and of course, in the oil and gas industry. They must be willing to work anywhere, anytime for however long it might take, where safety is key in this profession.

Course Content
Familiarization 8 hours
Communication English 40 hours
General Engineering (with applicable Mathematics) 40 hours
Oil and Gas Facilities 30 hours
Scaffold Components + Elements of Scaffolding Operations 140 hours
Health, Safety & Environment 60 hours
Quality Assurance 30 hours
Soft Skills 20 hours

Blasting / Painting

Blasters and painters work under the direction of the Construction Supervisor or Assistant Construction Supervisor (offshore) or the Painting Supervisor (onshore). Blasters uses blasting equipment, and is responsible for cleaning and preparing surfaces for the next step in the production process. Blasters and painters are all aware of the company's safety regulations, all aspects of blasting and painting and the requirement for protective clothing and breathing apparatus.

Course Content
Familiarization 8 hours
Communication English 40 hours
General Engineering (with applicable Mathematics) 40 hours
Oil and Gas Facilities 60 hours
Elements of Blasting and Painting 80 hours
Health, Safety & Environment 80 hours
Quality Assurance 40 hours
Soft Skills 20 hours

Welding

Skilled welders work from blueprints and written specification. Many designs such as the groove weld, transitions and the static and cyclical loading are all used in structural welding. Pipe welders, on the other hand, comprises of a variety of positions such as the horizontal rolled position (1G); horizontal fixed position (5G); pipe incline fixed (6G); and vertical position (2G) to deal with.

Course Content
Familiarization 8 hours
Communication English 40 hours
General Engineering (with applicable Mathematics) 40 hours
Oil and Gas Facilities 60 hours
Elements of Welding 80 hours
Health, Safety & Environment 80 hours
Quality Assurance 40 hours
Soft Skills 20 hours




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