Early Bird Pricing available until Friday, March 22!!
Course Venue - Global Knowledge, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Course Fee - US$3,000 US$2,700
Becht Engineering's 5 day API-579/ASME FFS-1 Fitness for Service course provides theory and practical application of API-579/ASME FFS-1 methods for assessing the acceptability of equipment with various kinds of flaws. The Fitness-for-Service training provides direction for performing FFS assessments using procedures specifically prepared for pressurized equipment. For the topics covered in the training, example problems will be solved using hand calculations supplemented with BechtFFS software and Codeware Inc.'s INSPECT software.
Who Should Attend?Individuals involved in performing assessment of petrochemical equipments with flaws will benefit from this course.
Key Topics covered include:
Upon completion of this course, you will receive a certificate for attending 38 hours of professional development.
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Becht Engineering is excited to partner with Codeware, Inc. to present COMPRESS Software Training! We are now offering THREE types of courses, a 2.5-day Introduction to COMPRESS course, a 5-day course combining ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Design with COMPRESS training and a NEW 4-day Heat Exchanger Design with COMPRESS course! Through instruction in a computer lab setting, students will gain hands-on experience using COMPRESS and working through the program and example problems along with the instructor.
Arrangements can also be made to have COMPRESS training courses taught privately at or near your site.
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Becht Nuclear Lunch & Learn
Becht Nuclear Services offers free, 1-hour overview sessions on a variety of topics such as:
Each seminar is followed by a question period for participants.
Instructor: George Antaki, PE, fellow ASME, is chairman of ASME III Working Group Piping Design, chairman of ASME B31 Mechanical design Committee, and member of ASME O&M Subgroup Piping. George is the Division Manager for Becht Nuclear and has over 40 years of hands-on experience.
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