Pipeline standards and regulations explicitly require pipeline engineers to be both technically “competent in” and “qualified for” all the tasks they perform. As organizations and individuals, we try to ensure we can demonstrate competence in accordance with regulations and best practices.
But how does this work? What do regulations and standards say, for example, about the specific competency requirements for an engineer performing crack assessments in a pipeline? What recommended competency standard can we assess against and work towards satisfying? How can this be independently validated?
ROSEN’s brand-new learning platform, The Competence Club, is the response to the industry’s need for guidance on professional engineering competencies. It is a network that connects you with experts from the pipeline industry by offering
- Competence Standards
We are pleased to invite you to a free webinar that introduces The Competence Club by examining a pipeline engineer’s journey to competence and how they and their organization can ensure that it is demonstrable in accordance with standards and regulations.
The webinar will be presented live by Simon Irvine, Learning Manager, on December 14, 2017, at 8 AM and 5 PM GMT (London time).
Learning Manager, ROSEN Education Systems and Services
Simon Irvine is a Learning Consultant and Manager at ROSEN responsible for providing education and competency solutions globally. He currently leads the development and delivery of ROSEN’s educational products and services.
He has over 12 years’ experience in technical development of competence – mostly in the oil and gas industry. His expertise focuses on competency development, evaluation metrics and learning technologies.
KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Understand the concept of competence from a pipeline engineer’s perspective
- Learn about a framework that ensures demonstrably competent engineers
- Receive a walk-through of The Competence Club highlighting:
o How to join The Competence Club
o Accessing online training and free learning material developed by industry experts
o Selecting competency standards
o Competency assessments
o Managing evidence of competency
o Certification of competencies by an independent Qualification Panel for the Pipeline Industry
- Engineering Managers
- Human Resource Managers
- All individuals working in Pipeline Integrity Management interested in training and competency development