Introducing Inspectioneering Training

Empowering better decisions – one course at a time.

Inspectioneering Training delivers competency-based courses that provide today’s inspectors and engineers the opportunity to learn actionable skills and improve performance across a number of critical subjects. Through our training programs, participants gain a deeper understanding and, more importantly, valuable context for their responsibilities as integrity and reliability professionals.

Why Choose Us?

Inspectioneering is already one of the world’s premier inspection, mechanical integrity and reliability educators, and our virtual and blended training courses only further our mission to Educate, Inspire, Connect, and Advance the global integrity and reliability community. Every decision, action, or inaction is a test, and in this business, wrong answers can be catastrophic. Our goal is to empower every person who takes one of our courses with the knowledge to make the right decision when called to action.

That is why we are partnering with industry-recognized subject matter experts to develop and deliver the highest quality training programs possible. All of our instructors possess vast operational experience and a passion for educating the next generation of inspectioneers.

Through our training programs, participants will gain a deeper understanding and, more importantly, valuable context for their responsibilities as integrity and reliability professionals. In the end, we believe this knowledge will lead to improved organizational efficiency, increased equipment reliability, and a more successful business enterprise for participants and their organizations.

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Our Courses

Inspectioneering Training's web-based courses can be accessed anywhere in the world and completed at your own pace. Courses are delivered through a series of structured modules, complete with workshops, comprehension checks, and other interactive elements to maximize engagement and information retention. Depending on the course, a blended learning experience may be available in which participants have the opportunity to engage in live Q&A sessions with the course instructor.

Course completion certificates and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are available for all of our courses. Each course PDH qualifies as an equivalent Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hour for API's ICP recertification requirements.

Inspectioneering Training has three courses currently available, with many more coming soon.

Asset Integrity: Understanding the Essentials
Instructor: Chad Patschke

This course addresses the breadth and depth of an asset (mechanical) integrity program. Whether you are developing a new program or are responsible for updating/auditing an existing program, this course is packed full of practical, proven techniques.

API RP 581 Risk-Based Inspection
Instructor: Greg Alvarado

This course provides an understanding of the API RP 581 risk-based inspection models, how to use the technology to its maximum potential, how to create inspection strategies using RBI outputs, and many more vital concepts.

Opportunities for Improvement in FEMI Programs
Instructor: John Reynolds

This course addresses ten opportunities for improvement in FEMI programs as identified by John Reynolds. These areas for improvement are based upon participation in over 100 site assessments of FEMI programs.

API 579-1/ASME FFS-1 Fitness-for-Service

This course will discuss each of the 12 in-service damage mechanisms covered in the API 579 standard, the approach to fitness-for-service and remaining life assessments, as well as examples of specific assessment techniques.

Cracks 101

This course will provide an introduction to cracks, including an understanding of stress and strain, material strength and ductility, brittle and ductile fracture, in-service crack growth, the basics of fracture mechanics, and standard methods for crack assessment.

Introduction to Metallurgy

Designed for those interested in corosion and materials, this course will cover the basics of metallurgy including an overview of various metal structures, welding, heat treatment, destructive and nondestructive testing, and corrosion engineering.

Understanding API RP 581 Risk-Based Inspection was an excellent and well-organized course. The instructor did an outstanding job of relaying the information in a very understandable and practical way. I really enjoyed it and was worth every minute of time. Great job!

Travis Harrington

Senior Integrity Engineer, Chevron

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