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Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology – Electrical Systems (Level 3)

Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology – Electrical Systems (City & Guilds – Level 3)

Level 3 City and Guilds Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology The course looks at the underpinning knowledge relevant to the electrical engineering maintenance sector; as well as the theory, operation and practical application of the electrical equipment and systems used in extraction.

The course/series consists of 5 modules: –

• Electrical Safety
• Electrical Hazard area equipment
• Electrical Motors
• Generation, Distribution and Control of Electrical Supplies
• Electrical Protection Systems

These stand-alone modules will enable an individual to select those learning materials that suit his or her own particular requirements. Modules can be studied at the candidates own pace and can be studied in any order but the order is as numbered. The study time needed will vary from one module to another, and from one individual to another. It is likely to be in the range 40 – 60 hours for each module.

Each module will consist of four Workbooks, and a “Guide to Open Learning”.

No commitment to enrolling for the complete Oil and Gas Well Technology Series is required at any time although each candidate must register for each module. Modules are non-transferrable and can only be assigned to one candidate.

Each module (detailed above) may be assessed by examination and an individual certificate endorsed by City and Guilds of London Institute awarded to successful candidates.

Each exam which is passed successfully will contribute to one Certificate of Unit Credit towards The Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology. The Certificate will be awarded after all 3 Certificates of Unit Credit have been accumulated.

Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology (Level 3)

Oil and Gas Well Technology (City and Guilds – Level 3 Certificate)

This series will help learners achieve a broad understanding of the operational techniques of oilwell drilling, drilling calculations, completion and wireline well-servicing. It includes the function and construction of a representative selection of tools and equipment used in the drilling of oil and gas wells; the completion and wireline well-servicing of oil and gas wells; while providing guidance and practice on the calculations required during drilling operations.

The course/series consists of 3 modules:

• Oilwell Drilling Technology
• Drilling Calculations
• Oilwell Production Technology – (Well Completions)

These stand-alone modules will enable an individual to select those learning materials that suit his or her own particular requirements. Modules can be studied at the candidates own pace and can be studied in any order but the order is as numbered. The study time needed will vary from one module to another, and from one individual to another. It is likely to be in the range 40 – 60 hours for each module.

Each module will consist of four Workbooks, and a “Guide to Open Learning”.

No commitment to enrolling for the complete Oil and Gas Well Technology Series is required at any time although each candidate must register for each module. Modules are non-transferrable and can only be assigned to one candidate.

Each module (detailed above) may be assessed by examination and an individual certificate endorsed by City and Guilds of London Institute awarded to successful candidates.

Each exam which is passed successfully will contribute to one Certificate of Unit Credit towards The Certificate in Oil and Gas Well Technology. The Certificate will be awarded after all 3 Certificates of Unit Credit have been accumulated.

Certificate in Petroleum Technology (Level 3)

Petroleum Processing Technology (City and Guilds – Level 3 Certificate)

The course will help anyone with an interest in the oil industry achieve a broad understanding of the operational techniques of petroleum processing and the function and construction of the plant and equipment used in the processing of petroleum reservoir fluids.

The course consists of 10 modules:

• Oil and Gas Separation
• Gas Dehydration
• Petroleum Gas Compression
• Natural Gas Liquids Recovery
• Oil Pumping and Metering
• Injection Water Treatment
• Produced Water Treatment
• Gas Flow Measurement
• Process Flow & P&ID’s
• Oil Treatment (Dehydration)

These stand-alone modules will enable an individual to select those learning materials that suit his or her own particular requirements. Modules can be studied at the candidates own pace and can be studied in any order, but the order is as numbered. The study time needed will vary from one module to another, and from one individual to another. It is likely to be in the range 20 – 40 hours for each module.

Each module will consist of one or more Workbooks, and a “Guide to Open Learning”.

No commitment to enrolling for the complete Petroleum Processing Technology Series is required at any time although each candidate must register for each module. Modules are non-transferrable and can only be assigned to one candidate.

Each module (detailed above) may be assessed by examination and an individual certificate endorsed by City and Guilds awarded to successful candidates.

Each exam which is passed successfully will contribute to one Certificate of Unit Credit towards The Certificate in Petroleum Processing Technology. The Certificate will be awarded after all 10 Certificates of Unit Credit have been accumulated

 The course consists of the following 10 modules:

  1. 1.                                          Oil and Gas Separation

2 Workbooks comprising 6 sections

Study time: 25 hours

Sections:

  • Headers and Manifolds
  • Theory of Separation
  • Construction of Separators
  • Control of Separators
  • Separator Safety Systems
  • Operation of Separators

2.                                          Gas Dehydration

1 Workbook comprising 4 sections

Study time: 20 hours

Sections:

  • Water in Natural Gas
  • Auto Refrigeration Processes
  • Solid Desiccant Dehydration
  • Liquid Desiccant Dehydration

3.                                          Petroleum Gas Compression

4 Units each in a separate workbook

Study time: 40 hours

Sections: Unit 1 – AN OVERVIEW

  • Compressor Applications,
  • Basic Principles of Compression,
  • Types of Compressor

Unit 2 – RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS

  • Design and Construction,
  • Auxiliary Systems,
  • Operation of Reciprocating Compressors

Unit 3 – CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS

  • Design and Construction,
  • Auxiliary Systems,
  • Operation of Centrifugal Compressors

Unit 4 – OTHER TYPES OF COMPRESSOR

  • Positive Displacement Compressors,
  • Continuous Flow Compressors

4.                                          Natural Gas Liquids Recovery

1 Workbook comprising 4 sections

Study time: 20 hours

Sections:

  • The Theory of NGL Recovery
  • NGL Recovery using Compression and Cooling
  • NGL Recovery by Refrigeration
  • NGL Recovery using an Absorption Process

 5.                                          Oil Pumping and Metering

1 Workbook comprising 5 sections

Study time: 25 hours

Sections:

  • Centrifugal Pumps : terms and concepts
  • Pig Launching Facilities
  • Construction and Operation of Centrifugal Pumps
  • Oil Metering and Sampling
  • Operation of a Typical Oil Pumping and Metering

6.                                          Injection Water Treatment

1 Workbook comprising 4 sections

Study time: 20 hours

Sections:

  • Reasons for Water Injection
  • Reasons for Treating Injection Water
  • Sea Water Treatment Equipment
  • Operation of a Typical Water Injection System

7.                                          Produced Water Treatment

1 Workbook comprising 4 sections

Study time: 20 hours

Sections:

  • Problems Associated with Produced Water
  • Basics of Produced Water Treatment
  • Produced Water Cleaning Equipment
  • A Typical Produced Water System

8.                                          Gas Flow Measurement

1 Workbook comprising 4 sections

Study time: 30 hours

Sections:

  • Gas Flow Measurement Applications and Gas Physics
  •  Fluid Flow Principles
  • Measurement Devices and Methods
  • Orifice Plate Metering

9.                                          Process Flow & Piping and & Instrument Diagram’s

2 Workbooks comprising 7 sections

Study time: 40 hours

Sections:

  • Plot Plans and Elevation Drawings
  • Process Flow Diagrams
  • Piping and Instrument Diagrams
  • Figures, Illustrations and Symbols

10.                                      Oil Treatment (Dehydration)

1 Workbook comprising 4 sections

Study time: 20 hours

 

Sections:

  • Emulsions – Their Nature and Occurrence
  • Principles of Emulsion Treating
  • Dehydration Systems and Equipment
  • A Typical Dehydration System

Cost for the C& G Petroleum Processing Technology (City and Guilds – Level 3 Certificate – 10 10HN units)

(i)                 Cost – Registration, enrolment, tutoring, invigilation of examination – £200 per unit.

Total for C & G Petroleum Processing Technology Level 3 Engineering programme is £2,000.00

The examinations can take place at the Logis-Tech Glasgow Office or at Logis-Tech, Co. Donegal, Eire.  Other venues are Aberdeen.

Students wishing to sit the examinations at other venues should contact Hugo Gallagher at the address below

For more information or advice on the above program.  Please do not hesitate to contact:

Hugo Gallagher

A-1 Technical Training

Logis-Tech Associates

140 Boyd St

Crosshill

Glasgow

G42 8TP

Scotland, UK

 

Tel No:00 44 (0) 141 423 6911

Email: hugo@logis-tech.co.uk

 

www.logis-tech.co.uk

www.logis-tech.co-assoc.uk

www.openlearningengineering.co.uk

Certificate in Subsea Technology (Level 3)

Level 3 City and Guilds Certificate in Subsea Technology

The series consists of 4 modules, as detailed below;

  •  Subsea Equipment & Tools
  •  Material Technologies, Subsea Systems & Flow Assurance
  •  ROV Systems
  •  Subsea Controls

These stand-alone modules will enable an individual to select those learning materials that suit his or her own particular requirements.  Modules can be studied at the candidates own pace and can be studied in any order, but the recommended order is as numbered. The study time needed will vary from one module to another, and from one individual to another.  It is likely to be in the range 40 – 60 hours for each module.

Each module will consist of one Workbook, and a “Guide to Open Learning”.

No commitment to enrolling for the complete Subsea Technology Series is required at any time although each candidate must register for each module.  Modules are non-transferrable and can only be assigned to one candidate.

Each module (detailed above) may be assessed by examination and an individual certificate endorsed by City and Guilds awarded to successful candidates

Each exam which is passed successfully will contribute to one Certificate of Unit Credit towards The Certificate in Subsea Technology. The Certificate will be awarded after all 4 Certificates of Unit Credit have been accumulated.

The series will be of value to:

• The materials are suitable for new starts to the industry or long-term employees who wish to gain formal vocational related qualifications. • Subsea technicians in the early years of their career or technicians from other industries wishing to transfer to working in the subsea Industry. • Managers and supervisors of oil, service and manufacturing companies who need to build on their background knowledge of the subject. • New technical or engineering graduates, as part of their induction programme. • Administrative staff that require an introduction to the technical background, and a key to the technical language. • The industry, as underpinning knowledge towards achieving standards of competence.

Modules consist of one, spirally bound workbook contained in a presentation folder. As well as the subject matter workbooks contain:

• Training targets for candidates to achieve by the end of each unit. • Test yourself questions to see how much candidates understand. • Check yourself answers to check that candidates are progressing along the right lines. • Activities for candidates to apply their new knowledge. • Summaries for candidates to recap on the major steps in their progress.

Subsea Equipment & Tools 1 Workbook comprising 10 sections Study time: 40-60 hours Topside Facilities for Different Water Depths Oil Industry Engineering Standards Wellhead and Hanger System Workover Systems Conventional Xmas Tree Spool or Horizontal Xmas Tree Well Intervention System Protective Structures Subsea Field Layout Case Study Material Technologies, Subsea Systems & Flow Assurance 1 Workbook comprising 19 sections Study time: 40-60 hours.

  • Basics of Engineering Materials & Properties
  • Introduction to Materials for Subsea Equipment
  • Applications of Materials
  • Failure Mechanisms
  • Cathodic Protection & Hydrogen Sulphide
  • Coatings & Surface Protection
  • Basics of Metal Fatigue
  • The Erosion Process
  • The Main Subsea Assemblies
  • Manifold Design & Insulation
  • Manifold Facilities & Flow Management
  • Control System
  • Pipeline End Manifold
  • High Integrity Pipeline Protection System
  • Pipeline End Termination
  • Corrosion, Erosion & Radio Activity
  • Subsea Separation
  • Main Sensor Systems
  • Well Intervention Vessels

ROV Systems

1 Workbook comprising 11 sections

Study time: 40-60 hours

ROV Systems 1 Workbook comprising 11 sections Study time: 40-60 hours General Principles of an ROV ROV Basic Principles Safety Considerations Identification of Main System Components Deployment Methods & Handling Systems Basics of ROV Physics Electrical Basics Communication Basics Basic ROV Hydraulic System Main Sensor Systems ROV Tooling Suites Subsea Controls 1 Workbook comprising 5 sections Study time: 40-60 hours Subsea Productions Control System Basics Subsea Control Hydraulics Subsea Communication Systems Subsea Electrical Systems Computing Systems, Electronics & Sensors –

Exams can be held anytime, at an appointed venue i.e. there is no set time limit between starting a module and sitting the exam.

When the candidate is ready to take the exam an invigilator must be appointed on their behalf. The ‘Invigilator’ may be a Training Manager, OIM or Senior Manager. The invigilator must be responsible for the receipt of the exam papers, security of the papers, invigilation of the exams and return of papers. The invigilator must contact:

Once appointed, the exam papers will be sent to the invigilator.  Included with the papers will be an invigilation form for signature of the invigilator and rules and procedures for the exam. If, however, you do not wish to sit the exam at your workplace, you may sit the exam, free of charge at our offices at Minerva House. If this is not possible, then we suggest you contact your local college or learning centre to arrange to sit the exam on their premises. These arrangements must be made by the candidate. Some colleges may charge an invigilation and room hire fee which the candidate will be responsible for.

The examination is a two hour closed book written exam. Section A comprises of 20 short answer questions similar to the Test Yourself section in the workbooks. Section B comprises of three questions of which two must be answered – these require good, neat, correctly labelled drawings and a good descriptor. All questions in the paper relate to the information given in the workbooks.

Pass Marks: 60% -74% = Pass, 75% -84% = Credit, 85%- 100% = Distinction

Test yourself questions are available in the workbooks to help you prepare for your exams.

If you do not achieve the required pass mark (60%) in your module exam you will be able to re-sit your exam at no extra cost. However you will only receive a pass grade in your re-sit irrespective of your result.

Should you require to re-sit the same module exam more than once there will be an examination fee of £30.00

Each individual module in the Subsea Techology Series is priced at £150.00 For all 4 modules the total is £600.00 – See more at:

 

 

 

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