Courses

We offer a range of training courses in process safety, personal development and leadership, process operations, process plant, commercial and project management, and sustainability. All of our courses are peer reviewed to ensure they reflect best practice and current thinking. 

Advanced Hazard Assessment Techniques for SIL Determination

Understand the causes and sequence of failure that can lead to significant hazardous events occurring, and be able to identify the key contributors to the level of risk.

  • Date 5th November 2018
  • Location Edinburgh, UK

An Introduction to HAZOP

This course has been developed to provide participants with a better understanding of the HAZOP technique and to improve understanding of when a full HAZOP might be applicable.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location UK - Register your interest

An Introduction to Process Safety

Will benefit those who do not expect to have direct line responsibility for process safety but whose activities influence the process safety performance of their organisation.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location UK - Register your interest

Area Classification

Covers the overall risk assessment process, in particular the requirements for area classification and selection of equipment to avoid ignition sources.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location To be confirmed

Asset Integrity Management in the Process Industries - Managing your Ageing Assets

Understand how to determine the key threats from ageing equipment and how to plan and implement a life extension strategy for managing them.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location UK - Register your interest

Bulk Solids Handling for Chemical Engineers

This course ofers an introduction to the science of bulk solids flow from a chemical engineering perspective, covering common problems that can occur together with simple, practical steps that can be taken to solve but ideally avoid them.

  • Date 1st May 2019
  • Location Perth, Australia

Chemical Engineering for Other Engineers

Introduces those from other engineering disciplines to the core concepts and key features of chemical engineering and how to apply the methods to their day-to-day role.

  • Date 11th June 2019
  • Location Rugby, UK

Chemical Engineering for Scientists

Introduces those with a science background to the core concepts and key features of chemical engineering and how to apply the methods to their day-to-day role.

  • Date 2nd April 2019
  • Location Rugby, UK

Chemical Plant Commissioning

Covers the planning and managerial aspects of major plants, and the start-up of small plants, with an emphasis on the technical problems and dealing with the documentation associated with commissioning.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location Leeds, UK

Chemical Reaction Engineering

A conceptual insight into the design and operation of chemical reactors

  • Date 5th March 2019
  • Location Rugby, UK

Comprehensive Explosion Science

Covers gas and dust explosion theory, DSEAR & ATEX regulations, ignition theory, hazardous area classification, risk assessment and protection concepts.

  • Date 18th June 2019
  • Location Rugby, UK

Consequence Modelling Techniques

Consequence modelling is used to predict accident effects and impact on people, the environment and property. This course will introduce the concept of loss of containment scenarios and guide you through which models are available and their suitability for different situations.

  • Date 16th July 2019
  • Location Melbourne, Australia