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. 

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 12th May 2020
  • Location Dublin, Ireland

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 17th June 2020
  • Location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 10th December 2020
  • Location Rugby, UK

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 20th October 2020
  • Location Manchester, UK

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 22nd September 2020
  • Location Rugby, UK

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 9th June 2020
  • Location Rugby, UK

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 1st April 2020
  • Location Rugby, UK

Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.

  • Date 19th October 2020
  • Location Boksburg, South Africa

Leading an ESOS Assessment

IChemE has been named as an approved authority to award ESOS Lead Energy Assessor status. This course is a prerequisite to registration as an ESOS Lead Energy Assessor with IChemE.

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

Management Skills for Engineers and Scientists

The challenge of transitioning into a managerial role is probably one of the greatest tests that people face in their career. This interactive course addresses the shift required when making the transition to team leader and focuses on the skills and behaviours needed to lead your team effectively.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location Register your interest

Managing Remote, Virtual and International Teams

As organisations expand internationally and telecommuting becomes easier, work groups often span continents and include remote and mobile workers as well as those working out of distant offices, homes and hotel rooms. This course examines the common barriers and pitfalls associated with managing virtual, remote and international teams with a particular focus on the chemical and process industries.

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

Managing the Hazards of Flare Systems

Covers the key hazards associated with onshore and offshore flare systems, from the discharge flange of relief valves, to the flare tip, and the risks which must be controlled to ensure the safe operation of such systems.

  • Date 3rd June 2020
  • Location Rugby, UK