Face-to-face training

We are not currently providing face-to-face courses due to the global pandemic but hope to be able to resume them around the world later this year.

Many of our popular training courses are available virtually in the meantime. Visit our online courses section to learn about the wide range of courses available.

See below for a full A–Z listing of the face-to-face courses we offer, covering process safety, personal development and leadership, process operations, process plant, commercial and project management, and sustainability. This includes courses delivered by IChemE-approved providers. All our courses are peer reviewed to ensure they reflect best practice and current thinking.

You can register your interest for courses without scheduled dates, and we will keep you updated when details are available.

For non-IChemE courses, please contact the training provider for up-to-date details.

Human Factors in Health and Safety, Module One: Managing Human Factors - UK

Introduces the key human factors concepts within risk management and examines how to manage organisational change, safety culture and behaviours and safety-critical communication.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location UK – register your interest

Human Factors in Health and Safety, Module Three: Strengthening Organisational Performance - Australia

Human Factors in Health and Safety is modular training to meet the needs identified in the process industries and resource sector.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location Australia

Human Factors in Health and Safety, Module Three: Strengthening Organisational Performance - UK

Provides key pointers for strengthening organisational safety through effective management of human factors.

  • Date 8th September 2021
  • Location UK – register your interest

Human Factors in Health and Safety, Module Two: Managing Human Failure - Australia

A professional development programme for the process industries and resource sector.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location Australia

Human Factors in Health and Safety, Module Two: Managing Human Failure - UK

Explores how to manage human failure to improve overall safety and business performance.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location UK – register your interest

IChemE Forms of Contract

Learn about the IChemE Forms of Contract: their structure, main provisions and features, the key differences between them and how best to apply them to your projects.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location UK – register your interest

IEC 61508/61511 and SIL determination

A practical course in the appreciation of safety integrity level (SIL) determination to the technical requirements of IEC 61508/61511.

  • Date 18th May 2021
  • Location Virtual course

Incident Investigation, Human Failure & Cause Tree Analysis

Improve your incident investigation skills.

  • Date To be confirmed
  • Location UK – register your interest

Inherent Safety in Design and Operation Development

Avoiding hazards is inherently safer than controlling them. This course will give you a greater understanding of the concept of 'inherent safety' including the main principles, tools and measures for a safer, efficient and more profitable plant and operations.

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

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering

This course is designed to provide non-engineers with an introduction to the profession, its history, professional regulations and some of the main subject areas of mechanical engineering.

  • Date 9th December 2020
  • Location London, 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 27th July 2021
  • Location Brisbane, Australia

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 8th September 2021
  • Location Edinburgh, UK