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. 

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 To be confirmed
  • Location UK - Register your interest

Control and Operation of Centrifugal Gas Compressors

A hands-on course using dynamic simulation models to give a practical introduction to centrifugal gas compressors, their performance characteristics and operation within a process plant.

  • Date 5th December 2018
  • Location Aberdeen, UK

Control and Operation of Centrifugal Gas Compressors

A hands-on course using dynamic simulation models to give a practical introduction to centrifugal gas compressors, their performance characteristics and operation within a process plant.

  • Date 15th October 2018
  • Location Perth, Australia

Control and Operation of Centrifugal Gas Compressors

A hands-on course using dynamic simulation models to give a practical introduction to centrifugal gas compressors, their performance characteristics and operation within a process plant.

  • Date 29th October 2018
  • Location Brisbane, Australia

Creativity for Chemical Engineers

Examining the benefits of creative thinking within chemical engineering and introducing the tried-and-tested creative problem-solving techniques relevant to the discipline.

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

Design and Operation of Piping Systems

Identifies the principles and methods of piping design together with the considerations to be taken into account for layout and routing, testing, commissioning and safe operation, taking account of the whole life cycle of piping systems.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location To be confirmed

Effective Alarm Management

Focuses on the various aspects of alarm management and rationalisation.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location To be confirmed

Effective Communication for Engineers

A review of the fundamental principles behind effective communication of all types, helping you to become a better communicator and influencer.

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

Effective Technical Writing for Chemical Engineers

This practical course is suitable for anyone interested in developing the quality of their documents and the efficiency of the writing process. It will take you through each step from identifying the target audience and their needs, planning, structuring and writing your report, through to presenting the final document.

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

Emergency Planning Principles

Learn how to manage the key aspects of emergency planning including procedures, training, testing and how to review performance.

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

Energy Cost Reduction - Efficiency and On-Site Generation

Understand the technology options for energy efficiency and on-site generation. Also understanding energy market overview and simple economic analysis tool. Other learning outcomes are risks, emissions and future trends.

  • Date 21st March 2019
  • Location Brisbane, Australia

Engineering Project Management

Review best practice when managing engineering projects and discover the range of project management systems, tools and techniques available to you.

  • Date 9th July 2019
  • Location Rugby, UK