ROSEN Education Systems and Services offers a variety of industry-relevant training courses. These courses are designed to provide a broad overview of a specific subject and introduce you to a new defined skillset in pipeline operation, inspection, integrity, or risk. They are taught exclusively by experts and practitioners, and their content is regularly updated by current requirements expressed by the industry.
14-17 May in Perth, Australia
Novotel Perth Langley
221 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Course Fee: AUD 2,600
20-23 May in New Plymouth, New Zealand
220 Courtenay St, New Plymouth 4312, New Zealand
Course Fee: NZD 2,600
The course fee includes: Printed and bound course notes as well as lunch and refreshments during the course. Please note that course fee does not include accommodation, but a preferential rate is available. Participants will need to request a discount code from us when booking their accommodation at the hotel.
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All attendees will receive complementary access to ROSEN's Competence Club. Access will include enrolment to over six hours of free training content.
The Competence Club offers additional learning courses, programs, examinations, competency assessments, and mentoring support. Any services requested through the Competence Club would incur additional fees.
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This course will provide an in-depth introduction to the subject of the inline inspection of pipelines in Oceana. It will explain what part inline inspection plays in the overall pipeline inspection and pipeline maintenance procedures.
Duration: 2 days (day 1 and 2)
Presenter: Dr. Michael Beller
This course will provide an in-depth introduction to the subject of the inline inspection of pipelines in Oceana. It will explain what part inline inspection plays in the overall pipeline inspection and pipeline maintenance procedures. Additionally, it will provide an overview of various types of defects that can be present in pipelines. Finally, the course will demonstrate how inline inspection tools and the various non-destructive testing principles can be applied, giving details on their strengths and weaknesses.
The course will also include a discussion on final reports and reporting formats. This will include a short introduction into data analysis and run comparisons, as well as integrity assessments of pipelines based on data provided by in-line inspection tools.
The course will presented by Dr. Michael Beller, Head of Global Marketing Strategy Asset Care.
About the Course Presenter
Dr. Michael Beller has worked in the pipeline industry for over twenty-five years now, and has been delivering training courses for over fifteen years. After the completion of his degree in Mechanical Engineering and subsequent research, he joined Preussag AG in their pipeline construction division in 1988 and the ILI vendor Pipetronix GmbH in 1991. At Pipetronix, Dr. Beller held various positions in the Engineering, Sales and Marketing Departments. In 2001, Dr. Beller joined NDT Systems & Services AG as a co-founder, where he held the position of Corporate Marketing Manager. In June 2013, he joined the Corporate Marketing Team of the ROSEN Group. Today Dr. Beller is a member of ROSEN’s Global Strategy Management team, and is based in Southern Germany.
This course aims to provide the attendees with an understanding of the fundamental concepts of the pipeline defect assessment.
Duration: 2 days (day 3 and 4)
Presenter: Andy Russell
This course aims to provide the attendees with an understanding of the fundamental concepts of the pipeline defect assessment. On its completion, delegates should understand and be able to discuss terminology, concepts, principles, and issues related to pipeline defect assessment and repair.
The course will presented by Andy Russell, Principal Integrity Engineer.
About the Course Presenter
Andy has over 30 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry, comprising 10 years’ of design, technical and project management experience at the British Gas Engineering Research Station (ERS), followed by over 20 years in pipeline integrity consultancy. This included a period managing PII’s Integrity team in Cramlington UK, before moving to MACAW Engineering in Newcastle upon Tyne in 2006 (trading as ROSEN(UK) since January 2017) to help set up and establish their integrity group. During that time, Andy has accumulated significant experience in leading projects concerned with defect assessment (with a focus on ILI data), data management, fracture and fatigue assessment and pipeline integrity management – with specific responsibility for the Middle East and previously Asia Pacific regions. He is a member of ROSEN(UK)’s management team and has responsibility for R&D activities within the Newcastle office.