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Our growing portfolio of eLearning programs and courses is available 24/7 to give personnel the fundamental knowledge they need, to fill knowledge gaps, and to improve efficiencies by cross-training. Sixty-six technical courses cover critical topics in the areas of:  Mechanical Maintenance  Electrical Maintenance  Instrumentation and Control  Industrial Math and science Seventy-six courses, available in three packages, help organizations maximize and sustain the effectiveness of a Lean transformation. These courses address lean learning for oil and gas operations and cover topics in five areas:  Lean Overview  Lean Core Skills  Lean Leadership Skills  Lean Application  Systemic Change

Seventy-two safety courses cover critical topics in the areas of:  US General Industry Safety  US Onshore Oil and Gas Safety API-U eLearning courses provide a level of detail that’s often lacking in other online offerings that focus on basic knowledge. Upon successful completion of a course, the user is provided with a personalized certificate from API-U that can be printed directly from your computer. As an API-U client, your company can take advantage of this current offering and be assured of our commitment to continually add new courses to meet additional challenges in the future. API-U’s training administration and reporting is handled by GP Strategies’™ Learning Management System (LMS). GP Strategies is a world leader in training and consulting and is the licensed provider of the API-U content. Arrangements can also be made to provide and administer the training through your company’s own LMS. API-U Benefits  Advance with the only online training authorized by the American Petroleum Institute.  Reduce training costs per employee.  Build a consistent level of technical knowledge for a global workforce.  Easily track individual worker’s training on a global or plant-specific level.  Allow workers to access technical training anytime and anywhere they have access to the Internet or a company’s intranet.  Complement classroom training and other qualification programs.

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Contents .................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 API-U Courses.......................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Mechanical Maintenance.................................................................................................................................................... 4 Electrical Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................... 19 Instrumentation and Control ............................................................................................................................................ 26 Industrial Math and Science ............................................................................................................................................. 32 Lean Learning for the Oil and Gas Industry....................................................................................................................... 34 US General Industry Safety ............................................................................................................................................... 55 US Onshore Oil and Gas Safety ......................................................................................................................................... 78 Seguridad - Version en Español ........................................................................................................................................ 85 API-U Programs ..................................................................................................................................................................... 88 All Courses......................................................................................................................................................................... 88 All Technical Courses......................................................................................................................................................... 88 All Safety Courses.............................................................................................................................................................. 88 Certificates of Training in Oilfield Operations................................................................................................................... 88 Basic Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations ....................................................................................................... 88 Intermediate Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations .......................................................................................... 88 Advanced Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations ............................................................................................... 88 Mechanical Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations ............................................................................................. 89 Electrical Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations................................................................................................. 89 Instrumentation and Control Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations ................................................................. 89 Lean Learning for Oil and Gas Operations ........................................................................................................................ 89 Executive Package ......................................................................................................................................................... 89 Manager Package .......................................................................................................................................................... 90 Practitioner Package ..................................................................................................................................................... 90 Program and Courseware Pricing ......................................................................................................................................... 92

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explain the types of repairs made to selected fluid power system components. the student will be able to identify fluid power system problems and remedies.Maintenance 0.25 At the completion of this course. locate various components of a fluid power system.  Air Compressor Disassembly  Air Compressor Inspections  Replacement of Defective Parts on Air Compressors  Air Compressor Reassembly 4 .5 At the completion of this course. describe the major steps required in the replacement of parts and components in fluid power systems. the student will be able to describe the basic components and operation of common types of air compressors. and explain basic fluid power system routine maintenance activities.API-U Courses Mechanical Maintenance Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Air Compressor .Fundamentals 2.          Compressor Theory and Classifications Operating Characteristics of Selected Compressors Matching of Characteristics of Compressors to Applications Positive Displacement Compressor Components Air Compressor Intercoolers Air Compressor Aftercoolers Compressors With Dryers Air Compressor Sealing Mediums Positive Displacement Reciprocating Compressor Components Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Air Compressor .

“Wet” or “Dry” Type  Screw-Type Air Compressor Overhaul Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Bearing Fundamentals 2. and installation of sliding surface and rolling contact bearings.5 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to describe bearing types.Positive Displacement . and describe proper lubrication techniques for various bearings. the student will be able to describe the major steps involved in overhauling multi-stage piston air compressors.  Bearing Disassembly  Removal of Sliding Surface Bearings  Removal of Rolling Contact Bearings  Sliding Surface/Rolling Contact Bearings Inspection  Bearing Inspections  Sliding Surface/Rolling Contact Bearing Repair Procedures  Replacement of Defective Parts  Installation of Siding Surface Bearings  Installation of Rolling Contact Bearings 5 . the student will be able to explain types and uses of lubricants.0 At the completion of this course.  Multi-Stage Piston Air Compressor Overhaul  Positive Displacement Screw Compressors .Overhauls 0.5 At the completion of this course.5 At the completion of this course.  Loading and Bearing Types  Bearing by Type  Bearing Operating Characteristics  Sliding Surface Bearings  Principles of Rolling Contact Bearings  Bearing Component Matching Type  Identification of Seals Used With Bearings  Use of Seals  Bearing Selections Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Bearing Lubrication 1. replacement. and describe the major steps involved in overhauling screw type air compressors. repair.  Types and Uses of Lubricants  Lubrication for Sliding and Rolling Surfaces  Identification of Lubrication Characteristics by Bearing Types  Proper Lubrication Techniques Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Bearing Maintenance 1. the student will be able to describe the major steps in the removal. components.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Air Compressors . inspection. and operating characteristics. describe the basic construction and operation of wet and dry screw compressors.

and describe heat exchanger design characteristics. the student will be able to describe how to make gaskets and O-rings.25 At the completion of this course. common techniques used to clean heat exchangers. effects of fouling. Flat Belts)  Sheaves Used in the Plant  Use of Sheaves in the Plant  Drive Belt Adjustments  Drive Belt Replacement Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Gaskets and O-Rings 0. and erosion commonly found in heat exchangers. and basic steps used to perform repairs. basic steps used to inspect heat exchangers. select. the student will be able to describe the following. gaskets. identify sheaves used in the plant. the student will be able to explain the theory of how heat exchangers transfer heat. list common types of heat exchangers. and describe the major steps required to replace drive belts. Gear Belts. and Erosion  Heat Exchanger Tube Cleaning  Heat Exchanger Inspections  Heat Exchanger Testing  Heat Exchanger Repairs  Removal and Replacement of Heat Exchangers  Gauge Glass Repair 6 . describe the major steps required to perform drive belt adjustments. describe the use of drive belts.  Heat Exchanger Fouling.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Drive Belts 1.  Heat Exchanger Theories  Heat Exchanger Types and Characteristics Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Heat Exchanger Maintenance 1.75 At the completion of this course. In addition.  Drive Belts Used in the Plant  Use of Drive Belts (V-Belts. the student will be able to identify drive belts used in the plant. and packing. Corrosion. corrosion.  Gasket Creation  O-Ring Creation  O-Ring Selection  Removal of Sealing Mediums  Installation of Sealing Mediums Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Heat Exchanger Fundamentals 0. the student will be able to explain how to remove.5 At the completion of this course.25 At the completion of this course. steps used in performing common leak tests. and install O-rings.

 Fluid Power System Vendor Manuals  Identification of Fluid Power Component Malfunctions  Fluid Power System Problems and Possible Remedies  Location of Various Components of a Fluid Power System  Types of Repairs Made to Selected Fluid Power  Components  Replacement of Parts and Fluid Power Components  Fluid Power Component Replacement  Fluid Power System Routine Maintenance Activities  Fluid Power Pump System Routine Maintenance  Fluid Power Motor Routine Maintenance 7 . locate various components of a fluid power system. the student will be able to identify fluid power system problems and remedies.Maintenance 1. explain the types of repairs made to selected fluid power system components.25 At the completion of this course.  Incompressibility of Fluids  Basic Components Common to Fluid Power Systems  Fluid Power System Diagramming  Purpose of Actuators  Basic Operations of an Actuator  Fluid Power System Control Valves  Valve Operation in Fluid Power Systems  Purpose of Accumulators  Types of Accumulators  Identification of Fluid Power Pumps  Operating Principles of Fluid Power Pumps  Fluid Power Pump Applications  Identification of Fluid Power Motors  Operating Principles of Fluid Power Motors  Fluid Power Motor Applications  Identification of Fluids and Additives Used in Hydraulic  Systems  Fluid Characteristics  Fluid Applications  Fluid Power System Reservoirs  Purpose of Filters  Hydraulic System Heat Exchangers Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Hydraulics .Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Hydraulics . and explain basic fluid power system routine maintenance activities. In addition. describe the major components common to most fluid power systems.Fundamentals 3. describe the major steps required in the replacement of parts and components in fluid power systems. the student will be able to explain the basic principles of hydraulics. and identify common hydraulic component symbols found on a hydraulic fluid flow diagram.25 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to identify fluids and additives used in hydraulic systems and describe their characteristics.

and identify tap types and the different classifications of threads used for fasteners. counterbore. the student will be able to describe the procedure for dressing and truing a grinding wheel on a pedestal grinder and explain the proper use of a surface grinder. The student will also be able to describe the proper procedure to saw to layout lines using a band saw. and Drills 2. and Spotface on a Drill Press  Procedure to Ream Holes to Size on a Drill Press  Tap Types and Thread Classifications  Procedure to Tap Holes Using a Drill Press 8 . Saws. countersink. the student will be able to describe the major steps required to drill.  Grinding Wheel Dressing and Truing  Grinding of Parts Parallel and to Size  Procedure to Saw to Layout Lines on Band Saw  Procedure to Drill Holes to Layout Lines  Selection of Correct Speed to Drill Size and Material  Procedure to Drill Holes Through the Center of Round Stock  Procedure to Countersink. spotface. and tap holes on a drill press. Counterbore. ream.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Machine Shop .0 At the completion of this course. In addition.Grinders.

the student will be able to explain the function and proper use of the basic components of an engine lathe and its controls.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Machine Shop . knurl a work piece. face.25 At the completion of this course. and Turn Work on a Mandrel  Machine Reaming on a Lathe  Parting and Grooving on a Lathe  Boring on a Lathe  Knurling of a Workpiece  Cutt External Unified Standard Screw Threads  Cut Internal Unified Standard Screw Threads  Straighten a Shaft  Grind a Right-Hand Turning Tool  Grind a Right-Hand Facing Tool  Grind a Radius Tool  Grind a Round Nose Form Tool  Grind a 60-Degree Threading Tool  Reverse the Jaws in a 4-Jaw Independent Chuck  Change the Jaws in a 3-Jaw Universal Chuck  Reverse the Jaws in a 3-Jaw Universal Chuck With Cap  Screw-Mounted Jaws 9 .Lathes 6. and grind radius. and turn work on a mandrel. Face. turning. facing. execute machine reaming. carry out straight and taper turning. perform drilling in a lathe. cut internal and external unified standard screw threads. face the end surfaces and shoulders of a work specimen. cut steep tapers and chamfers. do parting and grooving. straighten a shaft. form. perform boring operations. perform radius and fillet turning. mount.  Operator Control of Engine Lathe  Use of a Steady Rest  Remove and Install Chucks and Face Plates With Cam Locks  Precision Centering Work in a 4-Jaw Chuck  Facing in a Chuck  Drilling on a Lathe  Alignment of Lathe Centers  Mount Workpieces Between Centers  Center Drill Work Between Centers  Straight Turning Between Centers  Straight Turning Work Held in a Chuck on an Engine Lathe  Taper Turning With the Tailstock Off-Set Method  Cutting Steep Tapers and Chamfers  Taper Turning on a Lathe With a Taper Attachment  Radius and Fillet Turning  Mount. and threading tools. The student will also be able to describe the steps required to perform precision centering work.

and spotface workpieces. Drilling. and Reaming Holes by Coordinated Method  Locate and Bore Holes . controls.Coordinated Method  Step Drill Holes Accurately to Size  Mill a Slot or a Pocket  Countersinking. the correct procedure for straight and draw filling of metal. mill a square and hexagon on a workpiece. the procedure for broaching a keyway using an arbor press. The student will also be able to describe the following: how to saw stock with a hand hacksaw. how to size holes with a hand reamer. the student will be able to describe the following: how to cut threads by machine using a threading die.  Rough Layout of a Workpiece  Precision Layout of a Workpiece  Stock Sawing With a Hand Hacksaw  Straight and Draw Filing of Metal  Hole Sizing With Hand Reams  Hand Methods of Deburring Parts  Hand Methods of Removing Broken Studs  Tapping Threads by Hand  Cutting Threads by Hand Using a Threading Die and Tap  Cutting Threads by Machine Using a Threading Die  Broaching of a Keyway Using an Arbor Press  Operate a Powered Keyway Cutter Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Machine Shop .  Vertical Milling Operations Control Familiarity  Install and Remove a Collet and End Mill  Align Spindle Perpendicular to the Table  Mount and Align a Vise on the Mill Table  Square a Workpiece Clamped to the Mill Table  Square a Workpiece Held in a Vise on a Vertical Mill  Locating. The student will be able to describe the following: the steps required to locate. step drill holes accurately. and hand methods of deburring parts. the student will be able to describe the basic components.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Machine Shop . counterbore. mill multi-level surfaces.0 At the completion of this course. drill. countersink. and operation of a vertical milling machine. bore. the student will be able to perform a rough and a precision layout of a workpiece. mill a slot or pocket. machine a flat surface using a flying cutter. and how to operate a powered keyway cutter. removing broken studs. tapping threads. Counterboring. and cutting threads using a threading die and tap. and ream holes using the coordinated method.Layout/Bench Work 2.Vertical Milling Machines 3.0 At the completion of this course. and mill a fillet with a ball end mill. and Spotfacing  Mill a Square on a Workpiece  Mill a Hexagon on a Workpiece  Machine a Flat Surface Using a Flying Cutter  Mill Multi-Level Surfaces  Mill a Fillet With Ball End Mill 10 . In addition.

Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Oil Analysis 0. The student will also be able to explain the fundamentals of lubrication sampling and the basic methods of maintaining oil and grease lubricated systems. lubricant additives. common pipe joining methods. the student will be able to explain the basic principles of lubrication.0 At the completion of this course. and lubricant storage and handling. including oil and grease characteristics. lubricant selection.5 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to: describe general lubricant problems and explain the basic principles of lubricant testing and analysis  Fundamentals of Lubrication  Lubrication Sampling Fundamentals  Maintenance. the student will be able to identify and describe various pipe fittings. Students will also be able to identify piping symbols on piping and instrumentation drawings.  Fittings  Pipe Joining Methods  Pipe Joining Methods Explained  Use of Pipe Fittings  Pipe Hangers and Support Systems  Pipe Hangers and Support System Operations  Erecting Piping Runs  Piping and Instrumentation Drawing Symbols  Interpretation of Piping and Instrumentation Drawings  Piping Symbols 11 . Purification. and different types of pipe hangers and support systems. and Filtration of Oil and Grease Lubricated Systems  Failure Mode Indicators  Lubricant Testing and Analysis Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Piping 2. In addition.

and go/no go gauges.5 At the completion of this course.Steel Rule  Measurement With Protractors  Outside Thimble Micrometer Ratchet Use  Micrometer “Zero” Calibration  Outside Micrometer Measurements  Measuring With an Inside Micrometer  Measuring With a Telescoping Gauge  Measuring With a Depth Rule and a Depth Micrometer  Measuring With a Small Hole Gauge  Error in Transferring Measurements  Precision Measuring “Feel”  Vernier Scale Reading  Measuring With Vernier Caliper  Measuring With a Dial Indicator  Checking Concentricity  Measuring With a Dial Caliper  Measuring With a Radius Gauge  Measuring With a Thickness Gauge and a Taper Gauge  Measurement With Wire and Sheet Metal Gauges  Measuring With a Screw Pitch Gauge and a Thread Micrometer  Using a Go/No Go Gauge Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Pumps . wire gauges.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Precision Measurement 3. dial indicators. sheet metal gauges. dial calipers. depth rules. screw pitch gauges. taper gauges. outside micrometers.25 At the completion of this course. depth micrometers. hole gauges. radius gauges. thread micrometers.  Centrifugal Pump Theories  Centrifugal Pump Components  Identification of Sealing Medium Used Pumps  Performance Issues in Centrifugal Pumps  Cavitation in Centrifugal Pumps 12 .  Measuring Device Orientation  Fractional Inch Graduation . thickness gauges.Fundamentals 1. protractors. inside micrometers. Vernier calipers. the student will be able to describe basic centrifugal pump components and operation. telescoping gauges.Centrifugal . including performance issues pertaining to centrifugal pumps. the student will be able to describe how to use the following measurement tools: steel rules.

the student will be able to describe the major steps required to overhaul horizontal. multi-stage. and vertical.0 At the completion of this course. list the major safety devices associated with positive displacement pumps. horizontal.Positive Displacement . the student will be able to describe the major steps required to disassemble. inspect.Maintenance 0. Multi-Stage. single-stage. Multi-Stage. vertical. centrifugal pumps. and list common applications for positive displacement pumps. Centrifugal Pump Overhaul  Vertical.75 At the completion of this course. Single-Stage.Overhauls 1.Fundamentals 0. multi-stage. centrifugal pumps. centrifugal pumps. the student will be able to explain the basic theory of operation of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps. Single-Stage.  Pump Theories and Differences  Types of Safety Devices Used for Positive Displacement Pumps  Positive Displacement Pump Applications 13 . Centrifugal Pump Overhaul  Vertical. Centrifugal Pump Overhaul  Horizontal.75 At the completion of this course.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Pumps .  Horizontal. Centrifugal Pump Overhaul Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Pumps . and reassemble centrifugal pumps.Centrifugal .Centrifugal .  Centrifugal Pump Disassembly  Centrifugal Pump Inspection  Identification of Defective Parts in Centrifugal Pumps  Centrifugal Pump Reassembly Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Pumps . single-stage. centrifugal pumps.

and liquid ring pumps.0 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to describe common types of rigging and lifting equipment. The student will also be able to describe the major steps involved in overhauling gear. the student will be able to describe the major steps involved in disassembling. In addition to rigging equipment.Positive Displacement . vane. mobile cranes. the following are covered: manual lifting devices. hydraulic lifting devices. diaphragm. air-operated lifting devices.75 At the completion of this course. piston.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Pumps . inspecting. and explain how to use the equipment safely.Overhauls 2.  Proper Use of Riggers Handbook  Types of Rigging and Lifting Equipment  Inspecting the Rigging Equipment  Safe Working Loads for Various Types of Slings and Hardware  Planning a Rigging and Lifting Job  Proper Use of Rigging and Lifting Equipment  Safe Performance of Lifts Using Manually Operated Lifting Devices  Safe Performance of Lifts Using Electric-Powered Lifting Devices  Safe Performance of Lifts With Air-Operated Lifting Devices  Safe Performance of Lifts With Hydraulic Lifting Devices  Safe Performance of Lifts With a Mobile Crane  Safe Movement of Materials/Equipment With a Mobile Crane  Safe Performance of Lifts With a Boom Truck  Safe Movement of Materials/Equipment With a Boom Truck  Safe Usage of Personal Lifting Devices 14 .  Positive Displacement Pump Disassembly (Screw Pump)  Visual Inspection of Positive Displacement Pumps (Screw Pump)  Defective Part Replacement (Screw Pump)  Positive Displacement Pump Reassembly (Screw Pump)  Overhaul a Positive Displacement Pump (Gear Pump)  Piston Pump Overhaul  Diaphragm Pump Overhaul  Lobe Pump Overhaul  Vane Pump Overhaul to Criteria in Manuals  Liquid Ring Pump Overhaul  Shaft and Pumping Element Repair Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Rigging and Lifting Practices 2. and reassembling screw-type positive displacement pumps and identify parts that are commonly replaced. lobe. electric-powered lifting devices. and boom trucks.

5 At the completion of this course. In addition. the student will be able to describe the major types and functions of couplings.Laser Aided 0.  The Function of Couplings and Major Coupling Types  Shaft Alignment  Identifying and Correcting Soft Foot  Laser Alignment Safety and System Operating Information  Shaft Alignment Using Laser-Based Systems  Laser Alignment Troubleshooting Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Tools 2.75 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to identify common types of fasteners. In addition.  Non-Powered Hand Tools . the student will be able to identify common types of hand and power tools. and explain basic fastener usage and safety considerations. describe the proper and safe use of scaffolding. the student will be able to describe the most common types of scaffolds. and explain the major steps required to assemble and disassemble scaffolding and stays.25 At the completion of this course. the conditions that can cause it. and describe soft foot. explain the basic terminology and principles of shaft alignment. and describe safety precautions associated with them.  Scaffolding Terminology  Types of Scaffolds  Proper and Safe Usage of Scaffolding  Selection of Scaffolding Components for Their Correct Usage  Scaffolding and Stay Assembly  Scaffolding and Stay Disassembly Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Shaft Alignment . the student will be able to explain the operation of a laser-based alignment system and how to troubleshoot some laser alignment problems. and how to correct soft foot using a laser-based alignment system. describe basic specification issues.Part 1  Non-Powered Hand Tools .Part 2  Power Tools  Measuring Tools  Fasteners 15 .Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Scaffolds 1. The student will also be able to identify common types of measuring tools and describe their uses.

and control valves. check. their components. ball.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Valve Fundamentals 2. plug. butterfly. and their operating characteristics. diaphragm.0 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to describe the major steps required in repairing valves and the basic steps in overhauling globe. relief.  Valve Theory  Valve Types and Characteristics  Components of Selected Valves  Operation Characteristics of Selected Valves  Characteristics of Valves to Applications  Sealing Mediums Used in Valves Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Valve Maintenance 2. the student will be able to describe the major types of valves used in plants.  Valve Part and Component Repair  Globe Valve Overhaul  Gate Valve Overhaul  Safety Valve Overhaul  Relief Valve Overhaul  Ball Valve Overhaul  Plug Valve Overhaul  Diaphragm Valve Overhaul  Butterfly Valve Overhaul  Check Valve Overhaul  Control Valve Overhaul 16 .0 At the completion of this course. gate. safety.

5G. their orientations.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Welding .2A Prequalified Joint Weld Procedures  Electric Arc Welding Filler Metal Selection Based on the Flat Position  Matching of Electric Arc Welding Filler Metal Application to Flat Position  Welding Positions and Their Orientations for Pipe Welding  SMAW on Carbon Steel Pipe  Setup of Pipe Coupons for SMAW in the 2G. the student will be able to explain the proper usage of polarities (direct current power) and current flow in electric arc welding with covered electrodes. and 6G Fixed Pipe Positions  Fitup Procedure for Chill Rings on Selected Size Pipes  Fitup of Chill Rings on Various Pipe Sizes  Differences Between Mild Carbon Steel Filler Metals and Stainless Steel Filler Metals  Differences in Weldability Between Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel  Explain the Setup of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Equipment for Straight Polarity Welding With Argon Shielding Gas  Demonstrate Setup of GTAW Equipment for Straight Polarity Welding With Argon Shielding Gas  Joint Fitup Procedure for Welding Proper Size GTAW Root Pass on Pipe  Proper Joint Fitup Procedure for Welding GTAW Root Pass on Pipe  Argon Backing Gas Purge Systems for Root Protection Against “Sugaring” Pipe  GTAW on Carbon Steel Tube With Stainless Steel Filler  Shielded Metal Arc Welding on Carbon Steel Pipe With GTAW Root  Shielded Metal Arc Welding on Carbon Steel Tube. GTAW for Root With Carbon Steel Filler 17 .W. and explain the setup of gas tungsten arc welding equipment for straight polarity welding with argon shielding gas. match electric arc welding filler metals to their application positions. The student will also be able to explain what the various welding positions are.  Setup of Electric Arc Welding Equipment for SMAW in Both Polarities on Steel Plate  Electric Arc Welding Process for Welding in Various Positions  Welding Positions and Their Orientations  Electric Arc Welding Filler Metal Selection Based on Positions  Matching of Electric Arc Welding Filler Metals to Their Application Positions  Electric Arc Welding Process for Welding in the Flat Position  Usage of Polarities (Direct Current Power) and Current Flow in Electric Arc Welding With Covered Electrodes  Selection of Electric Arc Filler Metals Based on Application and Positions  SMAW on Carbon Steel Plate to A.0 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to explain how to perform shielded metal arc welding on carbon steel plate and carbon steel pipe.BU . and the processes for welding in various positions. demonstrate the setup of electric arc welding equipment for shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) in both polarities on steel plate.Arc 5. . In addition.S.

and explain how to perform oxyacetylene fusion welding on carbon steel. In addition. and describe how to braze weld various joint configurations. the student will also be able to explain how to perform oxyacetylene brazing on various metal alloys.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Welding . demonstrate safe usage of oxyacetylene cutting equipment. The student will also be able to describe how to match filler metal requirements to base metals for fusion welding. and explain how to perform oxyacetylene cutting. the student will be able to explain the proper setup for oxyacetylene cutting equipment.  Proper Setup for Oxyacetylene Cutting Equipment  Safe Usage of Oxyacetylene Cutting Equipment  Oxyacetylene Cutting  Proper Flame Settings in Relation to Welding Tip Size and Material Thickness  Selection of Cutting Tip Size for Fuel Pressures and Material Thickness to Obtain a Neutral Flame  Matching of Filler Metal Requirements to Base Metals for Fusion Welding  Matching of Proper Filler Metals to Base Metals  Proper Setting of Oxyacetylene Flame for Fusion Welding  Oxyacetylene Fusion Welding on Carbon Steel  Flame Setting for Oxyacetylene Brazing for Various Silver Alloy Fillers  Reducing/Carburizing of the Flame for Brazing Various Metal Alloys  Matching of Filler Metals for Brazing to Various Types of Base Metals  Matching of Proper Filler Metals to Base Metals to Achieve Strength and Integrity  Oxyacetylene Brazing on Various Metal Alloys  Proper Flame Setting for Braze Welding Various Thicknesses of Carbon Steel and Cast Iron  Braze Welding of Various Joint Configurations  Proper Braze Welding of Various Bead Configurations  Braze Welding of Various Base Metal Types  Matching of Braze Welding Filler Metals With Various Base Metals  Oxyacetylene Braze Welding on Carbon Steel and Cast Iron Base Metals 18 .25 At the completion of this course.Oxyacetylene 4.

 Evaluation of AC Circuit Performance  AC Circuit Troubleshooting  AC Circuit Repair 19 .Electrical Maintenance Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include AC Circuit Fundamentals 4. the student will be able to explain basic alternating current (AC) theory.25 At the completion of this course.0 At the completion of this course.  AC Theory  Use of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws  Calculation of Electrical Values of Single-Phase AC Circuits  Building Single-Phase AC Circuits  Drawing Single-Phase AC Circuits  Construction of AC Circuits  Calculation of Electrical Values of Three-Phase AC Circuits  Building Three-Phase AC Circuits  Drawing of Three-Phase AC Circuits  Determination of AC Circuit Outputs From Specified Inputs Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include AC Circuit Troubleshooting and Repair 1. the student will be able to describe the basic steps for troubleshooting and repairing alternating current (AC) circuits. and identify and explain the common connections used to build single-phase and three-phase AC circuits.

describe the basic steps required for placing battery chargers in service. the student will be able to describe the operational concepts associated with industrial battery chargers. and describe the basic steps required for removing them from service.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Battery Chargers 1.25 At the completion of this course.  Battery Charger Operation  Principle of Rectification  Procedure for Placing the Battery Charger in Service  Procedure for Removing the Battery Charger from Service 20 . explain the principles of rectifying alternating current (AC) power.

the student will be familiar with electron theory as it relates to direct current (DC) electrical circuits. describe circuit breaker testing.5 At the completion of this course.5 At the completion of this course.25 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to explain the function and operation of control device components. and explain how to perform breaker contact inspections.  Electron Theory  Use of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws Relating to DC  Determination of Circuit Outputs From Specified Inputs  Construction of DC Circuits Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include DC Circuit Troubleshooting and Repair 0.  Components of Control Devices  Functions of Control Devices  Differences Between Alternating Current (AC) and Direct Current (DC) Controllers  Identification of the Normal Position of a Control Device  Faults Associated With Control Devices  Control Device Troubleshooting Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include DC Circuit Fundamentals 1. describe the major steps for troubleshooting DC circuits. and be able to construct basic DC circuits. determine circuit outputs from specified inputs in DC circuits. the student will be able to evaluate direct current (DC) circuit performance. and describe the major steps for performing repairs of DC circuits.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Circuit Breakers . The student will be able to state Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s laws as they relate to DC circuits. and describe the basic steps for troubleshooting electrical control devices. describe how to match overload devices with selected types of load.Low and Medium Voltage 1.  Evaluation of DC Circuit Performance  DC Circuit Troubleshooting  DC Circuit Repair 21 . the student will be able to determine the current flow in a circuit.  Matching of Overload With Selected Type of Load  Determination of the Actual Current of a Circuit  Procedure to Place All Plant Breakers in Test Position and Test  Removal of Arc Chutes on Breakers  Procedure to Check Contacts on Breakers Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Control Devices 1. identify common electrical control device faults.75 At the completion of this course.

The student will also be able to describe the operating characteristics of various types of generators. and repair freeze protection equipment. and reassembly of generators.  AC Generators  Operating Characteristics of Various Types of Generators  Generator Applications  Types of Generator Construction Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Generator Maintenance 0. disassembly. The student will also be able to explain the use of heat transfer cement and tape.5 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to describe self-limiting (regulating) cables.75 At the completion of this course.  Internal Cleaning of Generators  Generator Troubleshooting  Generator Disassembly Techniques  Generator Reassembly Techniques 22 . various generator applications. troubleshooting.0 At the completion of this course. constant wattage heating cables. and the concept of series resistance heating cables. replace.  Types of Heat Trace  Self-Limiting Cables  Constant Wattage Heating Cable  Series Resistance Heating Cables  Matching of Types to Applications  Methods of Repair of Freeze Protection Equipment  Heat Transfer Cement  Heat Transfer Tape  Matching of Freeze Protection Equipment Repair to Situation  Testing of Plant Antifreeze Panels  Methods of Replacing Freeze Protection Equipment Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Generator Basics 1. and describe how to troubleshoot. and the common types of generator construction. the student will be able to explain how alternating current (AC) generators produce AC voltage.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Freeze Protection 1. the student will be able to describe the basic steps required to perform internal cleaning.

The student will also be able to identify unwanted circuit grounds.  Equipment Grounding Concepts  DC Ground Detection  Use of DC Ground Detection Switches  Operation of DC Breakers  Identification of Unwanted Circuit Grounds  Elimination of Unwanted Circuit Grounds  Testing of Proper Equipment Grounds Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Inverters 0.5 At the completion of this course. how to perform direct current (DC) ground detection. The student will also be able to describe how to place inverters in service and remove them from service.5 At the completion of this course. describe common maintenance procedures on limit and torque switches. and describe the basic steps required for testing of proper equipment grounds. the student will be able to explain how to stroke a Limitorque valve.  Procedure to Electrically Stroke a Valve  Procedure to Mechanically Stroke a Valve  Method of Repairing Limit Switches  Method of Replacing Limit Switches  Method of Setting Limit Switches  Method of Repairing Torque Switches  Method of Replacing Torque Switches  Method of Setting Torque Switches  Procedure to Pull an Actuator Off a Valve 23 . and which DC breakers cannot be turned off during operation. describe the process for eliminating ground faults. how to use DC ground detection switches as supplied by a battery charger.  Inverter Operation  Components of an Inverter  Procedure for Placing an Inverter in Service  Procedure for Removing an Inverter From Service Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Limitorque Valves 1. and the function and operation of inverter components. and describe the basic steps required to remove a Limitorque actuator from a valve.75 At the completion of this course.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Ground Detection 1. the student will be able to describe the operating principles of inverters. the student will be able to explain equipment grounding concepts.

 Operating Characteristics of Various Types of Motors  Types of Motors  Induction Motors and Their Functions  Operational Theory of Induction Motors  Determination of Appropriate Application of Motors  Types of Motor Construction 24 .Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Motor Basics 1.5 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to describe the basic types of motors and explain their operating characteristics.

list the essential parts of a simple transformer.  Motor Troubleshooting  Determination of Faulty Major Component of a Motor System  Procedure to Clean a Motor  Motor Disassembly  Motor Reassembly Techniques  Operational Checks to Perform When a Motor Is Returned to Service Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Prints and Drawings 2. the student will be able to describe basic steps for troubleshooting. and piping and instrumentation drawing (P&ID).0 At the completion of this course.  Classifications of Prints and Drawings  Schematic Diagrams  Electrical-Electronic Print and Drawing Reading  Connection Diagrams  Logic Diagrams  Single-Line Diagrams  Elementary Diagrams  Symbols/Components on Prints and Drawings  Tracing of Flowpaths of Plant P&IDs  Location and Usage of Plant Print Indexes Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Transformers 1.0 At the completion of this course. connection.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Motor Maintenance 1. disassembling. single-line. the student will be able to describe transformer characteristics. describe transformer troubleshooting techniques. and reassembling a motor and performing operational checks when a motor is returned to service. and define the terms potential transformer and current transformer.5 At the completion of this course. elementary. logic. and identify causes of transformer failure. state the relationship between primary and secondary voltages and transformer turns ratio. the student will be able to describe the following types of drawings and diagrams: schematic. cleaning. The student will also be able to state the safety hazards related to transformers.  Transformer Characteristics  Essential Parts of a Simple Transformer  Relationship Between Primary and Secondary Voltages and Transformer Turns Ratio  Potential Transformer  Current Transformer  Safety Hazards Related to Transformers  Transformer Troubleshooting Techniques  Causes of Transformer Failure 25 .

the student will be able to explain the terminology associated with controllers and control action and describe the following: the operation of solenoid valves. the function of volume boosters.Instrumentation and Control Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Control Devices and Indicators 2.  Controller and Control Action  Support Instruments  Operation of Chart Recorders  Final Control Actuators  Final Control Elements  Solenoid Valves  Electronic Control Valves  Electronic Control Valve Troubleshooting and Repair 26 . The student will also be able to explain the basic steps used to troubleshoot and repair electronic control valves. the function of square root extractors.5 At the completion of this course. the function and operation of limit switches. the purpose of transducers. the basic types of final control actuators. the operation of temperature and pressure switches. the operation and application of pressure regulators. and the basic types of valves. the function of indicators and recorders.

In addition.  Construction of Electronic Circuits  Theory of Operational Amplifier Circuits  Defective Operational Amplifier Circuits  Determination of Feedback Circuits to Achieve Desired Operational Amplifier Gain  Electronic Circuit Troubleshooting  Soldering Techniques Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Fire Protection Instrumentation 0. In addition. The student will also be able to determine the appropriate digital circuit outputs from specified inputs and construct simple digital circuits.  Understanding the Instrumentation Used in the Fire Protection System  Troubleshoot and Repair Fire Protection Instruments 27 . the student will be able to describe the basic steps for troubleshooting and repairing digital circuits. and hexadecimal numbering systems. The student will also be able to identify the symptoms of defective operational amplifier circuits. and describe positive and negative logic as related to digital electronic circuits. the student will be able to explain the basic steps for constructing basic electronic circuits. In addition. octal. binary.  Digital Numbering Systems  BCD and ASCII Codes  Positive and Negative Logic  Appropriate Digital Circuit Outputs From Specified Inputs  Constructing Digital Circuits  Troubleshooting Digital Circuits  Repairing Digital Circuits Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Electronic Circuits 1. and explain the basic steps for evaluating the performance of a power supply circuit. determine the proper feedback circuits to achieve desired operational amplifier gain.75 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to describe the use of decimal. explain the use of BCD and ASCII codes in digital electronic circuits.5 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to describe the proper techniques for soldering in electronic circuits. the student will be able to describe the instrumentation used in selected fire protection systems. the student will be able to describe the basic steps in troubleshooting and repair of selected fire protection instrumentation.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Digital Electronics 1.5 At the completion of this course.

and final control elements. In addition. In addition. The student will also be able to explain the meaning of PLC status indicator lights and the basic steps for troubleshooting PLCs. valve positioners.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Fundamentals of Instrumentation and Control 1. the student will be able to interpret and draft ladder logic with bit instructions. basic operation. the student will be able to explain the purpose and function of the basic components of microprocessors. the student will be able to describe the basic programming used by microprocessors and explain the basic steps for troubleshooting microprocessors.  Major Components of PLCs  Concepts of PLCs  PLC Status Indicator Lights  Troubleshoot PLCs  Interpreting and Drafting Ladder Logic With Bit Instructions in PLC Systems 28 . describe block diagrams.5 At the completion of this course. The student will be able to describe the types and operation of memory circuits. the student will be able to explain the functions.  Criteria for Control Instruments  Characteristics of Control Instruments Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Microprocessors 1.75 At the completion of this course. explain the use of expansion buses and 8-bit buses used to interface microprocessors. transmitters.75 At the completion of this course. distinguish between open and closed loop systems. and describe the function and operating characteristics of various sensing devices. and describe the theory of operation of microprocessor registers.  Introduction to Understanding Microprocessors  Introduction to Microprocessors and Memory  Introduction to Microprocessor Interfacing  Introduction to Microprocessor Registers  Introduction to Programming Microprocessors  Introduction to Troubleshooting Microprocessors Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include PLCs 1. and applications of programmable logic controllers (PLCs). the student will be able to define terminology associated with control instruments.

25 At the completion of this course.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Pneumatics . clean. Clean. Inspect. copper compression. the student will be able to explain the operating characteristics of valve positioners and describe the basic steps required for calibrating and troubleshooting pneumatic control instruments. the student will be able to describe the following: the steps required to flare tubing. and set up inlet and exhaust valves on Standatrols. and the steps required to plan and install tubing supports and hangers.  Calibration of Pneumatic Control Instruments  Operating Characteristics of Valve Positioners  Calibration of Valve Positioners  Uses and Operation of the Bailey Standatrol  Operation of Bailey Pneumatic Drives and Positioners  Procedures for Taking a Meter Out of and Returning it to Service  Disassemble. The student will be able to describe the operation of the Bailey Standatrol system. and Calibrate a Ledoux Bell Meter  Disassemble. The student will also be able describe the steps required to correctly install the following types of tubing fittings: soldered copper. and sleeve.Tubing 1. The student will also be able to explain the operating characteristics of I/P and P/I transducers and the basic steps required for calibrating transducers. In addition.  Selection of Tubing for Specific Applications  Selection of Proper Tubing Fittings for an Application  Installation of Tubing Fittings  Flare Tubing for Flare Fittings  Tube Bending  Installation of Tubing Supports and Hangers 29 . and identify and state the function of the major components of Bailey pneumatic drives and positioners. and the basic steps required to disassemble. taking pressure and chemical compatibility into consideration. the student will be able to describe the basic steps required for removing meters from and returning meters to service.Controls 2. and Set Up Inlet and Exhaust Valves on Standatrols  Operating Characteristics of I/P and P/I Transducers  Calibration of Transducers  Pneumatic Control Instrument Troubleshooting Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Pneumatics . inspect. and calibrate a Ledoux bell meter. the proper use of tubing benders. In addition. the basic steps required to disassemble. the student will be able to describe the steps required to select the proper tubing and fittings for specific applications.75 At the completion of this course.

and level and flow measurement. describe the operation of devices that sense each process variable. and explain the basic steps for troubleshooting those devices. temperature. the student will be able to explain the principles of pressure.  Pressure Measurement  Pressure Measuring Instruments  Pressure Device Troubleshooting  Liquid Level Measurement  Level Device Troubleshooting  Flow Measurement  Flow Device Troubleshooting  Temperature Measurements  Temperature Measuring Device Troubleshooting 30 . the student will be able to describe basic principles and types of process control. and explain various methods of controller tuning.  Process Control Fundamentals  Closed and Open Loop Control Systems  Proportional Control  Proportional Plus Integral Control  Proportional Plus Derivative Control  Proportional Plus Integral Plus Derivative Control  Advanced Control Methods  Open Loop Transient Response Tuning  Ziegler Nichols Controller Tuning  Frequency Response Controller Tuning Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Process Measurement 3.25 At the completion of this course.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Process Control and System Tuning 4.25 At the completion of this course.

and portable power supplies.  Instrumentation and Control  Use of Multimeters  Oscilloscopes  Portable Power Supply  Temperature Measurement  Calibration of Control Instruments 31 . and TRIACs.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Semiconductors 1. oscilloscopes. and repair a semiconductor circuit. the student will be able to define basic instrumentation terms. the student will be able to explain the basic principles of calibration. identify a defective semiconductor device. The student will also be able to describe the basic steps for constructing semiconductor circuits. the student will be able to explain the use of multimeters. and identify various components in an instrumentation loop and explain their function. the student will be able to describe the electrical characteristics of semiconductor diodes. The student will also be able to describe the operation of temperature-sensing devices and how to test them. the student will be able to describe the basic steps to troubleshoot a semiconductor circuit. In addition. SCRs.  Electrical Characteristics of Diodes  Electrical Characteristics of SCRs and TRIACs  Construction of Semiconductor Circuits  Semiconductor Circuit Troubleshooting  Identification of Defective Semiconductors  Semiconductor Circuit Repair Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Test Equipment and Calibration 2. Finally.5 At the completion of this course. In addition.5 At the completion of this course.

fractions. and division.25 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to solve arithmetic problems using addition. In addition. the student will be able to solve math problems requiring averages of a given number set and problems with powers of ten notation. and solve problems requiring conversion between decimals. The student will also be able to calculate the density of various materials and calculate specific gravity.25 At the completion of this course. subtraction. Multiplication.Industrial Math and Science Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Basic Math Operations 1. and percentages.  Math Problems Using Addition. and Division  Placement of Decimals  Math Problems Using Whole Numbers and Decimals  Decimals Into Fractions  Fractions Into Decimals  Decimals and Fractions Into Percentages  Percentages Into Fractions and Decimals  Averaging  Positive Powers of Ten  Negative Powers of Ten Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Chemistry 1. Subtraction. multiplication.  Introduction to Chemistry  Density  Specific Gravity 32 . the student will be able to describe the fundamental principles of chemistry.

charts. and explain how to read the data represented by them.  Area  Triangles  Volume Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Tables and Graphs 0. the student will be able to recognize and describe tables. calculate the correct dimensions relating to the hypotenuse of a right triangle.25 At the completion of this course.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Objective(s) Course Modules Include Geometry 1.0 At the completion of this course. the student will be able to identify various geometric shapes and calculate their area.  Relationships Between Tables and Graphs  Tables and Graphs Related to Math  Solve Problems Using Tables and Graphs 33 . and graphs. and calculate the volume of various geometric shapes.

5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module. 34 . Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics 5S Application 0. you will be able to:  Describe each of the 5S steps.  Apply the 5S process to your work environment.5  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module. you will learn about the 5 phases of Lean transformation.Lean Learning for the Oil and Gas Industry Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics 5 Phases of Lean Transformation 0.

 How to create a Blue Sky Vision™ for your organization.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Andon 0. After completing this module. you will learn:  What a Blue Sky Vision™ is.  Explain how these tools are used. 35 . you will learn about Andon. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Built in Quality 0. tools and concepts and how Andon is set up.  Describe how to implement an Andon system.  How that vision is translated into an action plan called a Master Schedule.5  Practitioner After completing this module. you will be able to:  Define Built in Quality. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Blue Sky Vision Workshop Preparation 0.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  Explain its capabilities and uses. you will be able to:  Describe what an Andon is.75  Practitioner In this module.  Describe the tools. its applications.

0  Practitioner In this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Conflict Management 0.  Preparing your presentation. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Communications Skills for Leaders 0.75  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  Defining your reasons for speaking.  Styles of managing conflict. you will learn about:  The effects of conflict. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Conducting a Kaizen Event 0. 36 . you will learn about:  Reasons presentations fail.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  Resolving conflict.  Conflict management cycle.  Criticism without conflict.5  Practitioner In this module.  Using questioning skills. you will learn about conducting Kaizen events. you will learn about:  Assertiveness in communication.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Communication Skills for the Workplace 1.  Conflict management definitions.

 Communicating in the workplace. you will gain insight into the Toyota Production System (TPS).  Goals and goal setting.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module.5  Practitioner In this module.  Conflict resolution. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Decoding the DNA of TPS 0.  Creating a Lean culture.  Managing for commitment.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Core Leadership Skills Introduction 0.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module. 37 . Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Current State Maps 0.  Meeting facilitation. you will be introduced to:  Blue Sky Vision preparation. you will be introduced to the Current State Map (CSM) and its purpose.

you will be able to:  Understand the current state of the enterprise. you will be introduced to:  Definition of error proofing. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Demand Instruction 0.  Define the Heijunka process.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Deep Dive Site Assessment 0. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Error Proofing 1.5  Practitioner After completing this module.  Defects and errors.  Describe development and rollout of the New Vision.  Process failure modes and effect analysis.  Describe an Operational Assessment.  Discuss scheduling. you will understand what a Deep Dive Assessment is and be able to:  Describe a Strategic Assessment.  Discuss the future state developments.  Explain a Tactical Assessment. you will be able to:  Explain what demand is.  Define Takt Time.  Error proofing devices.  Levels and process.  Poka-Yoke and in-station process control.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Enterprise Assessment 0. 38 .5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module.

you will be able to:  Define external logistics. 39 .5  Practitioner After completing this module. you will be introduced to the Future State Map (FSM) and its purpose.5  Practitioner In this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics External Logistics 0. you will learn about the importance of effective communication and fundamentals of good communication.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Essential Elements of Communication 0. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Future State Maps 0.5  Practitioner In this module.  Discuss the shipping and inventory management process.  Explain plan logistics.  Illustrate the role of the lead logistics provider.

 Understand how to apply Heijunka in a typical process. you will learn about the Hoshin Kanri method of promoting. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Heijunka 0. and measuring organizational goals and alignment.  Have an opportunity to read a paper on the application of Lean.  Aligning priorities and goals. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Hoshin Kanri 0.  Learn about conditions for successful implementation of Lean.  Take a short assessment. you will learn about:  Defining goals.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module you will:  Review examples of application of Lean in oil and gas industry.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Goals and Goal Setting 0.  Learn about barriers to implementing Lean.  Understand the benefits of Heijunka.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  Identify how Heijunka interacts with other Lean tools. driving.  Thinking strategically in goal setting. 40 .5  Practitioner After completing this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Going Lean in the Oil and Gas (Processing) Operations 0. you will:  Introduce and demonstrate the concept of Heijunka.

41 . Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Just Culture 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Inventory Management 0. system waste.  Explain the need for changing typical inventory management techniques.  Discuss the benefits of inventory management. and continuous improvement opportunities.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.5  Practitioner After completing this module. you will be able to:  Discuss the background of how inventory control fits into operation of oil and gas production or processing sites. you will learn about Just Cultures and their impact on potential health and safety concerns.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics How Kaizen Works 0.  Describe some actual examples. productivity issues. you will become aware of ways that Kaizen is implemented and how improvements are sustained over time.  Explain the philosophy called synchronous material flow.

5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  How Kamishibai works.  Identify two types of Kanban.0  Manager  Practitioner In this module. 42 . Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Kaizen Pre-Assessment and Introduction 0.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Just in Time 0.  How to start implementing the method.  Identify how they fit into a Lean organization.5  Practitioner In this module.5  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module. you will be introduced to the concept of Kaizen or continuous improvement. you will learn:  What Kamishibai is. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Kaizen Review and Post-Assessment 0.  How to use Kamishibai cards. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Kamishibai 1.  How to use a Kamishibai board. you will be able to:  Define Just-in-Time (JIT) and Kanban.  Identify the benefits of Kanban. you will review Kaizen and take the post assessment.

5  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module.  Plans for change.75  Manager  Practitioner In this module. 43 .5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Kanban 0. you will be able to:  Define Lean layout.0  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  Discuss its tools. you will learn about:  Leadership characteristics.  Leadership role.  Explain the uses of Kanban. you will learn about the role that Lean layout plays in a Lean oil and gas operations support function. you will be able to:  Discuss the fundamentals of Kanban. and its principles. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Lean Layout Design 0.  Developmental levels. its objectives.  Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle.  Evaluate your workplace and identify opportunities to improve it using Lean layout.  Leadership behaviors and styles. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Leadership Behaviors 0.  Define Kanban terms. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Leader Daily Management/Front Line Supervision 1. you will learn about:  Human-centered behaviors. After completing this module.

 An overview of Lean.Part II 0.  Lean in the oil and gas industry. you will learn about the basic philosophy of Lean measurables and how metrics fit into the Lean system and assist you in performing daily tasks.5  Practitioner In this module.  The relentless pursuit of "ideal.  7 Wastes + 1. you will review:  Classification of the modules by subject categories and by roles. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Lean Overview .  The 14 principles of Lean thinking.Part I 0.  The concept of a Lean Learning Academy (LLA). you will review:  The Lean philosophy.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Lean Measurables 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module. 44 .5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Lean Overview ."  Toyota’s success story.

 The foundational emphasis of Lean. you will:  Have the opportunity to view videos on application of Lean at two manufacturing sites. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Management Audit Systems 0. you will learn about managing a Lean environment.5  Practitioner In this module. you will review:  The Lean house. you will:  Explain the role of autonomation in the Lean house.Part IV 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module." Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Man Machine Separation 0. After completing this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Lean Overview .Part III 0.  Take a summative assessment pertaining to the topic of "Lean Overview.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  Describe the key points affiliated with a Lean environment.  Understand how the Lean tools help manage.  Gain an overview of Lean in the oil and gas industry. 45 .Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Lean Overview . you will be able to:  Manage in a Lean environment.  Discuss the advantages of standardized work.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module.

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Management Centers 1.0  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module, you will be able to:  Discuss visual management – displays and controls.  Describe the communication structure.  Establish a production management center.

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Managing for Commitment 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module, you will review how to become the type of manager that your employees need in order to be successful in the work environment today.

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Managing in a Lean Environment 0.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module, you will learn about leadership skills needed to manage and lead an organization in a Lean environment. Some of these skills deal with using specific types of management tools while others relate to the Lean mindset.

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Material Conveyance 1.0  Practitioner

After completing this module, you will be able to:  Discuss the background of how material conveyance fits into the operations support function of a hydrocarbon processing facility.  Discuss the need for improving material conveyance.  Explain a technique called productivity modeling.  Discuss the benefits of productivity modeling.  Describe some actual improvement examples.

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Meeting Facilitation 0.5  Practitioner

In this module, you will be introduced to methods of conducting productive meetings. In this module, team facilitators will learn the skills necessary to lead successful meetings and to ensure an outcome of productive nature.

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Numbers Game 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module, you will be introduced to the principles of workplace organization.

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Organization Goal Setting Article 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module, you'll read a report on Hoshin Kanri.

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Problem Solving Part-I 0.5  Practitioner

In this module, you will be introduced to Problem Solving as a Lean concept.

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Problem Solving Part-II 0.5  Practitioner

In this module, you will look at defining a problem that is to be solved.

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Problem Solving Part-III 0.5  Practitioner

In this module, you will expand on the Problem Solving Theme selected earlier to document the Problem Situation.
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Problem Solving Part-IV 0.5  Practitioner

In this module, you will review the steps involved in documenting the target on the Problem Solving Report.

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Problem Solving Part-V 0.5  Practitioner

In this module, you will learn how to analyze the causes of a problem.

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Problem Solving Part-VI 0.5  Practitioner

In this module, you will review how to select and implement countermeasures that will eliminate the problem and permanently prevent recurrence.

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 Describe how VSM is used.75  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module.  Define the approach. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Productivity Modeling 0.  Describe the tools used.  Define its objective. you will look at following up during a Problem Solving effort. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Process and Value Stream Mapping 0.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Problem Solving Part-VII 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner After completing the next three modules on value stream mapping (VSM).5  Practitioner In this module. you will you will apply what you have learned in the previous Problem Solving modules to complete the Post Assessment.  Discuss its benefits. you will be able to:  Describe productivity modeling . 49 .5  Practitioner In this module.  Explain ways that VSM helps to improve processes. you will be able to:  Explain what a Value Stream Map is. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Problem Solving Part-VIII 0.

Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Standard Inspection 0.  Complete the standardization and standardized work post-assessment. you will:  Define Standardized Work. you will:  Review standardized work.25  Practitioner In this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Standardization and Standardized Work 0.  Recognize the benefits gained from reduced changeover time.  Identify how it fits into a Lean organization. you will be able to:  Define Quick Changeover.  Identify the benefits of Standardized Work.  Define the Standardized Work process tools.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Quick Changeover 0.  Determine how the plan will be run. 50 .  Monitor and improve uptime.  Determine how changeover time impacts key operating system principles.  Report abnormalities.  Describe steps to reducing changeover time. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Standardization Post-Assessment 0.  Identify and implement improvements in changeover.5  Practitioner After completing this module.5  Practitioner After completing this module.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module. you will be able to:  Develop a plan.

Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Standardized Work Tools 0. you will:  Learn about the importance of checklists  Be asked to review excerpts of articles about checklists  Learn about the essential elements of good checklists  View a few examples of checklists  Have an opportunity to review your learning by taking an assessment 51 . you will be able to:  Define the supply chain.  Explain the typical value stream.  Describe the internal supply chain.  Standardized work sheet.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module.75  Manager  Practitioner In this module.  Explain Kanban. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Supply Chain 0.  Cross-training matrix. you will review the steps to create the following standardized work elements:  Spaghetti diagram.5  Practitioner After completing this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics The Checklist 0.  Capacity sheet.

you will be able to:  List and define basic philosophies.  Explain how TPM fits into the Lean system. improve productivity and safety. After completing this module. and tools of total productive maintenance (TPM). you will be introduced to Toyota's approach to Problem Solving by reading "How Toyota Turns Workers Into Problem Solvers. you will learn about the role that visual management (VM) plays in a Lean oil and gas operations site.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Total Productive Maintenance 0.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Visual Management and Workplace Organization 0." Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Visual Management 1. principles.0  Manager  Practitioner In this module.5  Practitioner 52 . Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Turning Employees Into Problem Solvers 0. you will be able to explain:  What VM is.  Explain how TPM can assist in your daily job. you will examine the principles of visual management and workplace organization.5  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module. and reduce costs. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages VSM Summary and Post-Assessment 0.  How applying VM can help your organization reduce waste.

you will take a pre-assessment before looking at the different forms of waste. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Waste Examples 0.5  Practitioner In this module. Before looking at eliminating waste in future modules. you will conduct a waste walk. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Waste Definition 0. you will be provided with more in-depth definitions and examples of waste. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Waste Identification Example and Post-Assessment 0.5  Practitioner In this module. you will review the Value Stream Mapping (VSM) concepts and then take a post assessment.5  Manager  Practitioner In this module. you will be provided with an example to begin applying what you know about waste to improve a process.5  Executive  Manager  Practitioner In this module. A waste walk is one opportunity to go. you will take a post-assessment. look.5  Practitioner In this module. you will review the basic concept and Lean definition of waste. Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Waste Pre-Assessment and Introduction 0. 53 . Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Waste Walk Preview Exercise 0. you will need to do a preliminary "waste walk" in an area of your choosing.Objectives / Topics In this module. and see what waste is present in a process. After the exercise.

54 .  Explain the four stages of team development.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Available Only as Part of This Package / These Packages Objectives / Topics Work Teams 0.  Explain the purpose of a team in a Lean organization.5  Manager  Practitioner After completing this module. you will be able to:  Define a team.

1001. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recall back injury hazard engineering controls  Recall back injury hazard administrative controls  Recall back injury hazard personal protective equipment 55 . Related information is provided in courses such as Basic Respiratory Protection and Personal Protective Equipment. Related information is provided in courses such as Industrial Ergonomics and Office Ergonomics. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. how to spot asbestos hazards.US General Industry Safety Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Asbestos Hazard Awareness 0. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. its historical and contemporary uses. This course provides information to help meet OSHA Standard 1910. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify sources and properties of asbestos  Identify historical and contemporary uses of asbestos  Describe hazards of asbestos exposure  Recognize sources of asbestos exposure  Identify controls to eliminate asbestos exposure hazards Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Back Injury Prevention 0.25 Upon completion of this learning event. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of how to identify asbestos hazards and take protective measures at work. Trainees will learn about the sources and properties of asbestos. Trainees will learn about hazards and the three major types of hazard controls. To successfully complete this course. and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. To successfully complete this course.900.25 Upon completion of this learning event.

the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the common uses. sources. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Benzene Awareness 0. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize the hazards. and recommended safe work practices associated with benzene. and safe work practices associated with workplace carcinogens. and incident response and cleanup. common sources. Trainees will learn how to identify major bloodborne diseases and symptoms. how pathogens are transmitted. the basics of exposure prevention. To successfully complete this course. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize the hazards.25 Upon completion of this learning event.25 Upon completion of this learning event.1030 and can be used to supplement the Basic First Aid course and CPR Refresher course. characteristics. and hazards of benzene  Recognize OSHA’s safety requirements for workplaces in which benzene is present  Identify possible exposure controls Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Bloodborne Pathogens 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the characteristics and hazards of carcinogens  Identify carcinogen-regulating agencies and occupations commonly associated with carcinogen exposure  Identify possible carcinogen-exposure preventive measures 56 .5 Upon completion of this learning event. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the basics of the OSHA standard  Identify bloodborne diseases and symptoms  Recognize the different modes of transmission  Recognize the basics of exposure control  Recognize proper incident response and cleanup  provisions Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Carcinogens Awareness. To successfully complete this course. Basic 0. To successfully complete this course.

To successfully complete this course. Basic 0.5 Upon completion of this learning event. and describe safe storage and cleanup procedures.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Chemical Hygiene 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize that cold stress can occur in certain workplace situations  Identify cold stress health effects and proper response  Identify methods that can prevent cold stress 57 . trainees will demonstrate knowledge of safe work practices to be used while working with and around different types of chemicals. Trainees will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals. and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). trainees will demonstrate knowledge of hazards associated with working in cold temperatures and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This course will help meet several standards found under OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart H. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the definitions relating to OSHA’s requirements for chemical hygiene plans  Identify OSHA-required components of a chemical hygiene plan  Identify OSHA’s requirements for training and information given to employees  Identify OSHA’s employee exposure monitoring and medical examination requirements  Recognize OSHA’s requirements for hazard identification Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Chemical Safety. how to properly use personal protective equipment. Flammable and Combustible Liquids.25 Upon completion of this learning event. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of the OSHA General Duty Clause of the OSHA Act. Trainees will learn how to anticipate and identify the effects of cold stress and learn methods used to prevent it. To successfully complete this course. Related information is provided in courses such as the Hazard Communication. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Predict the hazardous results of chemicals in the workplace  Match chemical hazards with pictorial and written labels  Identify PPE based on signs and written sources  Relate the need for safe storage of chemicals  Recognize the need for spill response Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Cold Stress in the Workplace 0. To successfully complete this course. Using Portable Fire Extinguishers. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize the purpose and components of a chemical hygiene plan and identify their responsibilities in the continued implementation of such a plan.25 Upon completion of this learning event. Related information is provided in the Personal Protective Equipment course. how to identify those hazards based on container labeling.

25 Upon completion of this learning event. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify and define CPR  Recognize when CPR is needed and describe appropriate response actions  Identify and describe proper administration of rescue breathing  Identify and describe proper administration of chest compressions 58 .25 This course will give trainees who have already been trained to perform CPR a review of CPR’s major procedures. Related information is provided in the Basic First Aid course. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the hazards associated with working around compressed gases and how to minimize or eliminate them. trainees will be able to identify the major hazards associated with working in and around confined spaces. how to identify labeling and storage requirements for cylinders. Workplace-specific information and hands-on training requirements for OSHA 29 CFR 1910. Trainees will learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and compressed gas cylinders.146. when CPR should be performed. To successfully complete this course.146 will be needed in addition to this course.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Compressed Gas 0. and recognize methods to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This course is designed to help meet the requirements of OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910. This course is intended to help meet the standards of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.151. To successfully complete this course.101. Basic Fire Safety. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. Other related courses are Hot Work/Arc Welding. Trainees will review how CPR works. and how to properly perform it. and Hazard Communication. To successfully complete this course. related courses covering Hot Work and Respiratory Protection may be needed to meet other OSHA training requirements. In addition to this course. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify what constitutes a confined space  Recognize hazards found in confined spaces  Recognize the methods used for controlling hazards  Identify what constitutes a permit-required confined space  Recognize when respirator use may be required for confined space entry  Recognize that specific training is a must for confined space entry Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) CPR Refresher 0.5 Upon completion of this learning event. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the hazards of compressed gases and their cylinders  Identify safe work practices to be used when working with compressed gases  Recognize labeling and storage requirements for compressed gases Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Confined Space Awareness 0. and how to implement safe work practices.

trainees will display the ability to recognize the conditions that commonly produce arc flashes. and identify the personal protective equipment that should be used for arc flash protection.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Electrical Safety .25 Upon completion of this learning event.Arc Flash 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the damage that can be caused by an arc flash  Identify what procedures to take to prevent an arc flash  Identify the personal protective equipment that should be used for arc flash protection 59 . identify required measures for preventing arc flashes. To successfully complete this course.

trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize the safety function of electrical grounding. during. and OSHA’s grounding requirements for workplace electrical equipment.25 Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of potential hazards associated with electrical equipment in the workplace and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards.25 Upon completion of this learning event. and how to use standard hazard controls. Trainees will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity.Basic 0. trainees will display the ability to identify several types of common emergency situations and how to react to them in an office setting.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Electrical Safety . This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the possible types of emergency alarm signals  Identify the common required steps and strategies to be followed during an emergency evacuation  Identify the proper circumstances and methods for using a portable fire extinguisher  Identify recommended safety measures to take before. To successfully complete this course. To successfully complete this course.416. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the dangers of electricity and the importance of electrical safety  Identify possible electrical injuries  Identify electrical hazards and their controls  Recognize handheld power tool requirements  Select ways to prevent electrical hazards Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Electrical Safety .301 and 1926. how to identify possible electrical injuries. its applications in the workplace. and after a tornado  Identify recommended safety measures to take if a hostile/violent person is in the office  Identify recommended safety measures to take during a blackout  Identify recommended safety measures to take during a bomb threat 60 . the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the function of electrical grounding and its safety importance  Identify situations in which grounding is required to ensure worker safety Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees 0.Grounding 0.5 Upon completion of this learning event.

Related information is provided in the Fire Safety and Using Portable Fire Extinguishers courses. Hands-on training for personal fall arrest systems will need to be provided. platforms. This course provides information to meet the training requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1926. and Falls course. and the OSHArequired protective measures they must employ on the job. Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.502. To successfully complete this course. Related information is provided in the Slips. To successfully complete this course. Introduction 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the need for an emergency response plan  Recognize the importance of reporting emergencies and the options available  Identify the components of an evacuation  Identify Emergency Response Actions Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Excavation and Trenching 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize fall hazards  Identify passive fall protection methods  Recognize floor openings. Trainees will learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response plan and reporting emergencies. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the importance and practice of consistent fall protection.38. and various safe work practices. Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime.650 through 652. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of what to do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Basic 0. trainees will know how to recognize the potential hazards of working in or around trenches and excavations.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Emergency Response. To successfully complete this course. and identify emergency response actions. Trainees will learn about fall hazards.25 Upon completion of this learning event. anyplace. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the potential hazards associated with excavation and trenching  Identify the responsibilities of the employee and competent person  Recognize and identify common protective systems  Identify various safe work practices for trenching and excavation work Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Fall Protection.25 Upon completion of this learning event. This course provides information to meet the training requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. Trips. and wall openings  Recognize fall hazards on stairways  Recognize ladder hazards  Recognize fixed ladder and scaffold hazards  Identify fall arrest systems  Identify safe work practices and training 61 . This course is intended to help meet OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1926. the Scaffold Safety course. and the Severe Weather Safety and Outdoor Work course. list the components of an evacuation.25 Upon completion of this learning event. how to identify fall protection methods.

This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. Trainees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency. To successfully complete this course.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Fire Safety. how to identify different alarm signals and become familiar with evacuation routes and procedures.25 Upon completion of this learning event.33 . the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize employee responsibilities in fire prevention plans  Recognize alarm signals  Identify the evacuation route and procedure  Describe fire extinguisher use  Recognize a combination evacuation plan 62 . fires are all too common in the workplace.39. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of how to respond to a fire emergency in order to stay safe. Related information is provided in the Using Portable Fire Extinguishers course and the Emergency Response course. Unfortunately. Basic 0. and fire extinguisher use.

how to identify different types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) First Aid. Chemical Safety. describe common hazards associated with forklift operation.5 Upon completion of this learning event.151. To successfully complete this course.Fundamentals 0. warnings. Related information is provided in the following courses: Hazard Communication. Trainees will learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider.25 Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. and how to react in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. and precautions for forklifts exist  Recognize the components of a forklift and label the various controls  Identify forklift requirements that can affect safe use  Recognize forklift operation requirements  Identify workplace conditions that could affect safe forklift use  Choose different precautions to take to protect the operator and pedestrians  Recognize the requirements for a forklift to operate in a safe atmosphere 63 . and how to select hazard prevention measures. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify hazards of flammable and combustible liquids  Recognize ways to identify flammable and combustible liquids  Select hazard prevention measures  Describe the basics of handling spills or leaks Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Forklift Operator Training . trainees will demonstrate knowledge of different flammable and combustible liquid hazards and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Fire Safety. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize that operating instructions. trainees will display the ability to recognize the forklift’s instruments and controls. and describe OSHA-required safe work practices for forklift operation. To successfully complete this course. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. and Using Portable Fire Extinguishers. Workplace specific information will need to be added. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify and describe OSHA’s requirements for medical care  Define first aid and discuss personal responsibility and company policy  Identify and describe types of medical emergencies and appropriate response actions  Recognize and describe types of injury emergencies and appropriate response actions  Recognize and describe types of environmental emergencies and their appropriate response actions  Recognize and describe types of temperature-related emergencies and their appropriate response actions  Recognize and describe poisoning emergencies and their appropriate response actions Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Flammable and Combustible Liquids 0. Medical Services and First Aid. Material Safety Data Sheets.106.5 Upon completion of this learning event. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of first aid procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Trainees will learn how to identify flammable and combustible liquid hazards with Material Safety Data Sheets and labeling. This course is intended to help meet OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. Basic 0.

To successfully complete this course. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify OSHA’s requirements for safe forklift maintenance practices 64 .25 Upon completion of this learning event.Safe Maintenance 0.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Forklift Operator Training . trainees will have displayed the ability to identify the safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift maintenance.

To successfully complete this course. pneumatic.Safe Traveling and Loading 0. including electrical. and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify OSHA’s requirements for safe forklift operating practices Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Forklift Operator Training .25 Upon completion of this learning event.5 Upon completion of this learning event.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Forklift Operator Training . the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify and discuss how OSHA regulates the use of hand and power tools  Describe the potential hazards and injuries from improper hand and power tool use  List employer and employee responsibilities for safe use of hand and power tools  Identify and discuss common power tools and their safe work practices  Identify electric tool hazards and describe their safe work practices and inspection procedures  Identify power abrasive wheel tool hazards and describe their safe work practices and inspection procedures  Identify pneumatic tool hazards and describe their safe work practices and inspection procedures  Identify power-actuated tool hazards and describe their safe work practices and inspection procedures  Identify hydraulic power tool hazards and describe their safe work practices and inspection procedures  Identify the three main causes of injury from hand and power tools and methods of injury prevention 65 .Safe Operations 0. Trainees will learn the common hazards of different types of hand and power tools.244. hydraulic. To successfully complete this course. and abrasive-wheel tools. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify OSHA’s requirements for safe forklift traveling practices  Identify OSHA’s requirements for safe forklift loading practices Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Hand and Power Tool Safety 0.25 Upon completion of this learning event. trainees will have displayed the ability to identify the safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift operations. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve it.241 . To successfully complete this course. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. trainees will have displayed the ability to identify the safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift traveling and loading.

trainees will demonstrate knowledge of Hazard Communication programs. Trainees will learn how to define noise and noise levels. and recognize different types of hearing protection. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of noise levels.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Hazard Communication. Upon completion of this learning event.95. Material Safety Data Sheets. and 1926. Occupational Noise Exposure for General Industry and Construction respectively.5 Hazard Communication is an OSHA standard that requires employers to create a program addressing chemical hazards in the workplace. types of hazards. To successfully complete this course. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Define “noise” and “noise levels”  Describe hearing loss and OSHA’s provisions to prevent it  Recognize personal hearing protection devices and their differences  Recall the basics of audiometric testing 66 . and OSHA’s recommendations on how to prevent hearing loss. Introduction 0. Related information is provided in courses such as Chemical Safety. chemical detection methods. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910. describe hearing loss. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the possibilities of potential chemical exposure  Identify types of hazards  Identify routes of entry and methods of protection  Recognize methods of hazard assessment  Identify elements of Material Safety Data Sheets  Recognize the basics of chemical detection methods Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Hearing Conservation 0.52. Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. This course is intended to meet OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. Flammable and Combustible Liquids. and how chemical hazards are controlled. hearing hazards. and Personal Protective Equipment. Trainees will learn about the hazards of potential chemical exposure. Fire Safety.25 Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces.1200.

what to ask. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the hazards associated with arc welding hot work and how to protect themselves from them. Trainees will learn about burns. Arc Welding and Cutting. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of incident investigations and their basic performance. which includes torch cutting and welding. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the hazards associated with welding  Describe how to protect against burns  Describe how to protect against fumes and gases  Describe how to protect against electric shock  Describe how to protect against fire  Describe how to protect against noise  Identify the special hazards associated with engine powered welders Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Incident Investigation 0. Related information is provided in the Fire Safety and Using Portable Fire Extinguishers courses. and what to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress like heat fatigue. 67 . Trainees will learn when to perform an investigation. and heat stroke. To successfully complete this course. and fire and noise hazards. fumes. who should be involved. heat rash. This course provides information to aid the employer in meeting OSHA Standard 29 CFR Subpart E. carries its own set of workplace hazards. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize that heat stress can occur in certain workplace situations  Identify heat stress health effects and proper response  Recognize that determining heat stress load for different people is difficult  Identify the methods that can prevent heat stress  Recognize that there are means to control heat stress Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Hot Work . electric shock. and Severe Weather Safety and Outdoor Work. General Requirements and 254.252. who to ask.25 Upon completion of this learning event. and the proper steps to meet the company’s goals. and gases. heat cramps.25 Upon completion of this learning event. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of hazards associated with working in high heat and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. methods to prevent those health effects. This course is intended to meet the requirements of the OSHA General Duty Clause Section 5(a)(1). Upon completion of this learning event. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. Related information is provided in courses such as Basic First Aid.5 Hot work. To successfully complete this course. Related information is provided in the Performing Safety Audits and Job Safety Analysis courses.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Heat Stress in the Workplace 0. heat exhaustion.Arc Welding 0. Trainees will learn how to identify the hazardous health effects of high heat.

Upon completion of this learning event.900. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the defining elements of indoor air quality  Identify possible air contaminant types and sources.25 Upon completion of this learning event. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 1910. how it can become a hazard. and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards. Back Injury Prevention. Related information is provided in the Job Safety Analysis. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify after what circumstances an investigation should be performed  Identify who should be involved with an in-house investigation  Identify what questions an investigation should answer  Recognize the proper order of an investigation  Recognize the goal of an in-house incident investigation Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Indoor Air Quality 0. and employee preventive measures  Identify employee actions that can affect indoor air quality Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Industrial Ergonomics 0. To successfully complete this course. To successfully complete this course. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of ergonomics in industrial settings to reduce injury. Trainees will learn how to identify air contaminant types and their sources and good habits for keeping the air clean and breathable. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of indoor air quality.Objective(s) To successfully complete this course. potential injuries. Trainees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify ergonomic risk factors in the workplace  Recognize the potential injuries from poor ergonomic design  Identify ergonomic controls used to reduce injuries  Recall the process of reporting ergonomic problems  Identify the role of the employee in an ergonomic program 68 . and what they can do to prevent poor air quality in the workplace. and Office Ergonomics courses.25 Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective workplace design.

To successfully complete this course. and Performing Safety Audits. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify major points of industrial hygiene and its history  Recognize OSHA’s relationship to industrial hygiene  Identify and define worksite analysis and types of worksite hazards  Identify methods of controlling worksite hazards Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Job Safety Analysis. Basic 0.5 Upon completion of the learning event. and role of industrial hygiene. trainees will have displayed the ability to identify common laboratory hazards and related safe work practices required and recommended by OSHA.Introduction. Basic 0. principles. and how to correct them.25 Upon completion of this learning event. how to prepare for one. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the background. Trainees will learn about the need for effective job hazard analysis. and the types of workplace hazards industrial hygiene addresses and how they are controlled. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts and procedures of a job hazard analysis. Introduction 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify physical hazards common to lab work  Identify chemical hazards common to lab work  Identify personal protective equipment (PPE) recommended for lab work  Identify recommended emergency procedures for lab work  Identify recommended general safe work practices 69 . the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Describe the need for job safety analysis  Recall the process of preparing for a job safety analysis  Recall the process of identifying workplace hazards  Recall the means of correcting or preventing hazards Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Lab Safety Awareness. the process of identifying workplace hazards.25 Industrial hygiene is the discipline of reducing worker injury due to chemical and other exposure hazards. Related information is provided in courses such as the Performing Safety Audits and Incident Investigation. To successfully complete this course. Related information is provided in courses such as OSHA .Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Industrial Hygiene. Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. major roles of industrial hygiene in workplaces. Trainees will learn the history of industrial hygiene.

This course is intended to help meet OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910. their rights as workers in a facility with lead present. Workplace specific information will need to be provided by the employer. and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other methods to reduce the risk of hazardous exposure.27. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of lead exposure hazards and controls used to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Trainees will learn about the effects of lead exposure. identify the different types of ladders. Trainees will learn to identify the importance of proper lockout/tagout procedures. the special provisions of lockout/tagout programs.1025.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Ladder Safety 0. To successfully complete this course.24 . the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the importance of proper lockout/tagout procedures  Determine who is authorized to perform lockout/tagout  Recognize the required tasks of the authorized employee during lockout/tagout  Recognize lock systems and tags for lockout/tagout  Identify the special provisions of a lockout/tagout system 70 .25 Upon completion of this online course. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize hazards of ladder use  Identify different types of ladders  List inspection requirements of different ladders  Recognize the rules of ladder use  Identify basic fall protection requirements Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Lead Awareness 0. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of how lockout/tagout programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them successful. and more.25 Upon completion of this learning event.25 Upon completion of this learning event.147. To successfully complete this course. and recognize the rules of ladder use. list inspection requirements for ladders. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify potential adverse effects of lead exposure  Recognize that employers must adhere to exposure limits  Identify how lead can enter the body  Recognize controls used to protect against lead exposure  Select appropriate PPE to protect against lead exposure Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Lockout/Tagout 0. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of ladder hazards and consistent safe work practices. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. who is authorized to perform those procedures. To successfully complete this course. Trainees will learn to recognize the hazards of ladder use. Related information is provided in courses such as Machine Guarding and Hazard Communication.

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Machine Guarding 0.25 Upon completion of this learning event, trainees will demonstrate knowledge of machine guarding, its function, and importance. Trainees will learn to define machine guarding and locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended to help meet the provisions of OSHA Standard 29 CFR Subpart O. Related information is provided in the Lockout/Tagout, and Hand and Power Tool Safety courses. To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Define machine guarding and its importance  Identify machine motions and actions, and their hazards  Recognize the need for and requirements for guards  Recognize the types of machine guards  Recognize the types of machine devices

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Material Safety Data Sheets 0.5 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) are provided by chemical manufacturers to communicate the potential chemical hazards of their products. Upon completion of this learning event, trainees will demonstrate knowledge of MSDSs and how they can use them to protect themselves from harmful exposure. Trainees will learn to recognize the purpose of MSDSs, identify the sections of MSDSs and their contents, use a glossary to find common MSDS terms, and identify where MSDSs should be kept. This course is provided to help meet OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200. Related information is provided in the Hazard Communication course. To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the purpose of the MSDS  Identify the sections of the MSDS and its contents  Use a glossary to find common MSDS terms  Identify where the MSDSs are kept

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Materials Handling 0.5 Upon completion of this learning event, trainees will demonstrate knowledge of materials handling and storage, potential hazards, and methods to control those hazards. Trainees will learn to recognize lifting hazards and safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage, proper use of mechanical material handling equipment, and the role of ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.176. Related information is provided in the Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety, Industrial Ergonomics, and the various Forklift courses. To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize lifting hazards and safe lifting techniques  Identify proper methods for safe material stacking  Identify proper methods for safe material storage  Recall hazards and proper use of mechanical material handling equipment  Recognize the role of ergonomics in safe materials handling  Recall the application of hazard controls in materials handling and storage
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Occupational Safety and Health Programs 0.25 To help protect workers from potential hazards, many companies are required to create Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) programs. Upon completion of this learning event, trainees will demonstrate knowledge of OSH programs and how they protect workers. Trainees will learn to identify the impact of injuries and accidents in the workplace, elements of safety management, types of workplace analyses, methods to control workplace hazards, and the several types of trainee safety and health training. Related information is provided in the Performing Safety Audits, OSHA - Introduction, and Industrial Hygiene courses. To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify and define the impact of injuries and accidents in the workplace  Identify and define safety management system elements  Identify examples of management commitment to occupational safety and health programs  Identify examples and define types of workplace analysis  Identify methods to control and prevent hazards in the workplace  Identify and define types of employee safety and health training

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Office Ergonomics 0.25 Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective workplace design. Upon completion of this learning event, trainees will demonstrate knowledge of how to implement ergonomic principles in office settings to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Trainees will learn to identify ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, identify basic ergonomic designs used to prevent injuries, and differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This course is provided to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.900. Related information is provided in courses such as Industrial Ergonomics and Back Injury Prevention. To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify ergonomic risk factors at office workstations and their effects  Identify basic ergonomic designs used to prevent ergonomic injuries  Differentiate between correct and incorrect lifting methods

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Office Safety, Basic 0.25 Upon completion of this learning event, trainees will have the ability to identify common office hazards and describe recommended preventive measures. To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify common hazards present in an office setting  Identify recommended controls that can be used to minimize or eliminate common hazards present in an office setting

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OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping 0.25 Upon completion of this learning event, trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) reporting and recordkeeping requirements for affected businesses. To successfully complete this course, the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify OSHA’s general requirements for injury/illness reporting and recordkeeping  Identify OSHA’s definitions relating to its reporting and recordkeeping regulations  Identify OSHA’s required reporting forms  Identify the types of incidents OSHA requires to be reported

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the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Summarize an understanding of OSHA  Recognize the value of safety and health in the workplace  Identify the rights and responsibilities OSHA provides for employers and employees  Recall that OSHA conducts inspections and can issue citations and penalties  Recognize that there are basic reporting and recordkeeping requirements  Locate the OSHA phone number. Performing Safety Audits. recognize their purpose.1. and Proposed Penalties .Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) OSHA. To successfully complete this course. and recognize the steps of audit protocol. workplaces. scope. Upon completion of this learning event. and Job Safety Analysis courses. To successfully complete this course. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of OSHA’s role in the workplace and how it works to increase worker safety. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Define internal safety audit types and focus  Recognize the purpose of safety audits  Recognize audit protocol and procedures 74 . Citations.Purpose and Scope.0 The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the federal agency that creates safety regulations in U. its goals and organizational structure. and how to identify crane-related safe work practices. and general floor workers will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of overhead and gantry crane safety. Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. Related information is provided in the Incident Investigation. OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping. and other relevant references Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety 0. Trainees will learn to define a safety audit. crane operators. and what resources OSHA offers to workers.25 Upon completion of this learning event. recognize audit procedures. This course is intended to aid the employer in addressing OSHA standard OSHA 29 CFR 1903. Introduction 1. riggers. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify overhead and gantry crane hazards  Differentiate between overhead and gantry cranes and identify types of crane inspections  Recognize and describe safe work practices and prohibited activities  Identify and describe specific safe work practices for different crane attachments Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Performing Safety Audits 0.179. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of performing safety audits and an understanding of their benefits.S. web site. Trainees will learn how to identify the differences between overhead and gantry cranes. Trainees will learn why OSHA was created. Related information is provided in the following courses: Occupational Safety and Health Programs. This course is intended to help meet OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. Inspections. and application. OSHA’s inspection and citation procedures. and Job Safety Analysis. Industrial Hygiene.25 Safety audits are a useful tool for companies to reduce workplace hazards and improve processes overall. how to recognize overhead and gantry crane hazards. OSHA Introduction.

define the concept of a hazard assessment. describe things to consider when choosing PPE. To successfully complete this course. Hands-on training will need to be provided in addition to this course. and identify the different types of PPE used to protect all parts of the body. Related information is provided the Respiratory Protection and Hearing Conservation courses. trainees will know how to identify the potential sources and types of radiation and their potential health effects.5 Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a requirement for many different jobs.132 through 138. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the sources and characteristics of radiation  Identify types of radiation and their potential health effects  Identify basic safety considerations when working around radioactive materials 75 . the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the need for PPE  Define and discuss the purpose of a hazard assessment  Describe considerations in selecting PPE  Identify elements of employee training for correct use of PPE  Identify types of eye and face protection and describe appropriate use  Identify types of head protection and describe appropriate use  Identify types of leg and foot protection and describe appropriate use  Identify types of body protection and describe appropriate use  Identify types of hearing protection and describe appropriate use Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Radiation Safety 0. Upon completion of this learning event.25 Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the need for PPE.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Personal Protective Equipment 0.

25 Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis. and Falls. Related information is provided in courses such as the Cold Stress in the Workplace and Heat Stress in the Workplace. Trainees will learn the definition of a scaffold.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Respiratory Protection. electrocution. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.25 Upon completion of this learning event. Related information is provided in courses such as the Fall Protection and Slips. Related information is provided in the Hazard Communication and Personal Protective Equipment courses. and Falls 76 .134. Trips. and scaffold collapses. To successfully complete this course. how to fit test a respirator mask. To successfully complete this course. Workplace-specific information and hands-on training will need to be provided by the employer. and major hazard control methods to prevent them. and respirator care and maintenance. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Define the term “scaffold” and identify three types of scaffolds  Identify potential hazards of working on or near scaffolds  Identify methods to protect employees from fall hazards  Identify methods to protect employees from falling objects  Identify methods to protect employees from electrocution hazards  Identify methods to protect employees from scaffold collapse  Recognize safe work practices for scaffolds Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Title Severe Weather Safety and Outdoor Work 0. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of severe weather hazards and how to react when severe weather strikes during work processes. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to use it on the job. Trainees will learn about potential inhalation hazards. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Differentiate between types of controls  Recognize the potential inhalation hazards  Distinguish between and identify appropriate respirator types  Recognize different cartridges and their uses  Identify the different requirements of fit testing  Identify requirements for wearing respirators and care of respirators Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Scaffold Safety. This course is intended to help meet the OSHA Standard 29 CFR General Duty Clause Section 5(a)(1). Basic 0. Basic 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify standard protocols concerning severe weather events  Identify the hazards of severe weather events and possible safe actions Slips. Respiratory Protection. the potential hazards of working on a scaffold such as falls.25 Upon completion of this learning event. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Upon completion of this learning event. Trips. This course is intended to help meet OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.28. the different respirator types and their uses. To successfully complete this course. Trainees will learn to identify hazards associated with severe weather and standard protocols to follow during severe weather events.

and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize when to use a portable fire extinguisher  Identify the three types of portable fire extinguishers and their uses  Identify the steps of the PASS technique Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Warehouse Safety 0. and Flammable & Combustible Liquids courses. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize lifting hazards and safe lifting techniques  Identify proper methods for safe material stacking  Identify proper methods for safe material handling and storage  Recall hazards and proper use of mechanical material handling equipment 77 . recognize guarding for floor and wall openings. and Falls. scaffolds. and falls are a major source of injury in U. and knowing how to use a fire extinguisher beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an emergency. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of slip. and identify the steps of the PASS technique. Materials Handling.Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) 0. They will also learn how personal behavior affects safety. Related information is provided in the Back Injury Prevention. Trips.157. trip.25 Upon completion of this learning event. Related information is provided in the Fire Safety. Emergency Response. To successfully complete this course. Trainees will learn to identify general OSHA safety requirements. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable fire extinguishers. Trainees will learn how to recognize when to use a portable fire extinguisher. This course is intended to aid the employer in meeting OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910. Upon completion of this learning event. Related information is provided in courses such as the Job Safety Analysis and Fall Protection. and falls  Recognize and select guarding of floor and wall openings  Recognize safety issues of steps and stairways  Recognize safety issues of ladders  Recognize safety issues of scaffolds  Recognize safety issues of loading docks  Recognize how personal behavior affects safety Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Using Portable Fire Extinguishers 0.S. and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate those hazards. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify general requirements for protection from slips. identify the three types of fire extinguishers. workplaces. ladders. To successfully complete this course. To successfully complete this course. and recognize issues with stairways.23 and 176. trips. trips.25 Slips. trainees will know how to identify common hazards associated with materials handling and other warehouse operations. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910. and the various Forklift courses.25 Fires can inspire panic. and loading docks. Slips. Upon completion of this online course. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standards in 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D.

US Onshore Oil and Gas Safety Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Cold Stress 0.25 Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize that cold stress can occur in certain workplace situations  Identify cold stress health effects and proper response  Identify methods that can prevent cold stress Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Confined Space Awareness 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify what constitutes a confined space  Recognize hazards found in confined spaces  Recognize methods used to control confined space hazards  Identify what constitutes a permit-required confined space  Recognize the role respiratory protection may take in confined space entry procedures  Identify OSHA’s training requirements regarding confined spaces entry 78 . To successfully complete this course. trainees will display the ability to recognize the symptoms and effects of cold stress and identify cold stress prevention strategies. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize hazards associated with confined space entry and identify OSHA’s associated required and recommended safe work practices.25 Upon completion of this learning event.

Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Excavation and Trenching 0. recognize common hazards associated with trenches and excavations.25 Upon completion of this learning event. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify common combustible/flammable materials on oil and gas sites  Identify common ignition sources on oil and gas sites  Identify controls used to protect combustible/flammable materials from ignition sources  Identify the different classes of fire and fire extinguishers  Identify when and how to fight an on-site fire with a portable fire extinguisher 79 . To successfully complete this course. To successfully complete this course. trainees will display the ability to recognize common fall hazards on oil and gas sites and identify OSHA’s required safe work practices and associated safety equipment. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize common fire hazards and sources of ignition on oil and gas sites and identify OSHA’s recommended safe work practices for preventing fires.25 Upon completion of this learning event. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the OSHA regulations and definitions that apply to trenching and excavation  Recognize the potential hazards associated with excavation and trenching  Identify the responsibilities of the employee and competent person  Recognize and identify protective systems  Identify various safe work practices Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Fall Protection 0. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify passive fall protection methods  Recognize fall hazards on stairways  Recognize ladder hazards  Identify fall arrest systems and their components  Identify special situations Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Fire Prevention 0. To successfully complete this course. and identify OSHA’s requirements for worker safety in and around trenches and excavations.25 Upon completion of this learning event. trainees will display the ability to define a trench or excavation.

25 Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course.25 Upon completion of this learning event.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Hazard Communication 0. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize the purpose and major components of a hazard communication program and its implementation in the workplace. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify types of chemical hazards and chemical routes of entry  Identify the purpose and requirements of a hazard communication program  Identify the sources of information for workplace chemical hazards  Identify the purpose and contents of material safety data sheets Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Hearing Conservation 0. To successfully complete this course. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Define noise and noise levels  Describe hearing loss and OSHA’s provisions to prevent it  Recognize personal hearing protection devices and their differences  Recall the basics of audiometric testing 80 . trainees will display the ability to recognize the hazards of workplace noise and the role of engineering and administrative controls and personal protective equipment in preventing hearing loss.

the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the types of hot work common on oil and gas sites and their hazards  Identify ways workers can protect themselves while performing hot work  Identify ways workers can protect the site from fire or explosion during hot work  Identify safety requirements for performing hot work on used containers  Identify safety requirements for performing hot work in confined spaces Title Estimated Duration (hours) Hydrogen Sulfide Safety 0. and recommended first aid and prevention measures. the five graduated levels of heat disorder. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the causes of heat stress and the body’s natural temperature maintenance mechanisms  Identify the five graduated levels of heat stress and their appropriate first aid responses  Identify strategies for heat stress prevention Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Hot Work . trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize common hot work hazards on oil and gas production and exploration sites. To successfully complete this course.5 Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. trainees will display the ability to identify the causes of heat stress. and identify related safe work practices required by OSHA.Arc Welding 0.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Heat Stress 0.25 Upon completion of this learning event.25 81 .

hydrogen sulfide exposure controls. its physical and chemical properties and effects on the body. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize the purpose and basic requirements of lockout/tagout (LOTO) systems and worker responsibilities under a LOTO system. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the physical and chemical properties of hydrogen sulfide  Recognize the effects of hydrogen sulfide on the body  Recognize information about hydrogen sulfide monitoring equipment  Identify basic hydrogen sulfide exposure controls  Identify proper hydrogen sulfide exposure response Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Lockout/Tagout 0.Description Objective(s) Hydrogen sulfide gas is a common hazard in the oil and gas industry.1000 Table Z-2 and the General Duty Clause Section 5(a)(1). the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the importance of proper LOTO procedures  Identify the difference between an authorized and affected person  Recognize the required tasks of the authorized employee during LOTO  Recognize the lock and tag requirements  Identify the special provisions of a LOTO system Title Estimated Duration (hours) Oil Rig Safety. trainees will demonstrate knowledge of the sources of hydrogen sulfide. Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. Basic 0.5 82 .25 Upon completion of this learning event. To successfully complete this course. This course is intended to help meet the requirements of OSHA Standard 1910. and exposure response.

Description Objective(s) Upon completion of this learning event. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize the basic function of an oil rig and its major stages of operation  Recognize the major hazards of working on an oil rig Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Personal Protective Equipment 0. trainees will know the basic terminology and operations associated with oil rigs. To successfully complete this course. trainees will have displayed the ability to recognize common hazards on oil and gas sites and identify the required and recommended personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary to mitigate those hazards. To successfully complete this course.25 Upon completion of this learning event.5 Upon completion of this learning event. trainees will display the ability to identify situations appropriate to the use of portable fire extinguishers and how to use them. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Identify the need for PPE  Recognize the purpose of a hazard assessment  Identify considerations in selecting PPE  Identify elements of employee training for correct PPE use  Identify types of eye and face protection and their appropriate use  Identify types of head protection and their appropriate use  Identify types of leg and foot protection and their appropriate use  Identify types of hand and arm protection and their appropriate use  Identify types of body protection and their appropriate use  Identify types of respiratory protection and their appropriate use  Identify types of hearing protection and their appropriate use Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Portable Fire Extinguishers 0. This course is intended to help meet the OSHA General Duty Clause Section 5(a)(1). the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Recognize when to use a portable fire extinguisher  Identify the three types of portable fire extinguishers and their uses  Identify the steps of the PASS technique 83 . The trainee will recognize the basic function of an oil rig and its major stages of operation and recognize the major hazards of working on an oil rig. To successfully complete this course.

25 Upon completion of this learning event.Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objective(s) Respiratory Protection 0. To successfully complete this course. trainees will display the ability to recognize common respiratory hazards on oil and gas exploration and production sites and their required safe work practices. the Learner will demonstrate the ability to:  Differentiate between types of controls  Recognize the potential inhalation hazards  Identify and distinguish between appropriate respirator types  Identify and distinguish between appropriate respirator styles  Recognize different cartridges and their use  Identify the different requirements of a seal check and fit testing  Identify requirements for wearing respirators and care of respirators 84 .

el tipo de trabajadores que están autorizados para realizar estos procedimientos. La intensión de este curso es para ayudar a cumplir con los Estándares de OSHA 29 CFR 1910. las provisiones especiales de los programas de Bloqueo/ Etiquetado. Los aprendices aprenderán a identificar la importancia de Bloquear/Etiquetar de manera apropiada estos procedimientos. los aprendices demostrarán el conocimiento de cómo Bloquear/ Etiquetar programas de trabajo y los diferentes roles que deben jugar los empleados para hacer este programa exitoso.147.25 Al término de este curso. el Estudiante demostrará que tiene capacidad para:  Identificar la importancia de los procedimientos apropiados de Bloqueo/Etiquetado  Determinar quién es el personal autorizado para realizar Bloqueo/Etiquetado  Reconocer las tareas necesarias del empleado autorizado durante Bloqueo/Etiquetado  Reconocer los sistemas de cerradura y etiquetas para Bloqueo/Etiquetado  Identificar las provisiones especiales del sistema de Bloqueo/Etiquetado 85 . La información específica del lugar de trabajo deberá ser proporcionada por el empleador.Seguridad . Para completar exitosamente este curso.Version en Español Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objetivos Bloqueo y Etiquetado/Lockout-Tagout 0. y más.

Title Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objetivos Title Equipo Personal de Protección/Personal Protective Equipment 0. Para completar exitosamente este curso. y los diferentes tipos de PPE usados para proteger todas las partes del cuerpo.5 El equipo de protección personal (PPE) es un requisito para muchos tipos de trabajos. definir el concepto de evaluación de peligro.132 hasta 138. el Estudiante demostrará que tiene capacidad para:  Identificar la necesidad del equipo de protección personal  Definir y discutir el propósito de la evaluación del peligro  Describir las consideraciones para seleccionar el equipo de protección personal  Identificar los elementos de instrucción del empleado para el uso correcto de equipo de protección personal  Identificar los tipos de protección de ojos y cara y describir el uso apropiado  Identificar los tipos de protección de la cabeza y describir el uso apropiado  Identificar los tipos de protección de piernas y pies y describir el uso apropiado  Identificar los tipos de protección del cuerpo y describir el uso apropiado  Identificar los tipos de protección para la audición y describir el uso apropiado Introducción a la Comunicación de Riesgos/Hazard Communication 86 . La intensión de este curso es ayudar a cumplir con los Estándares de OSHA 29 CFR 1910. las cosas que se tienen que considerar al escoger PPE. Al término de este curso los aprendices demostrarán conocimiento sobre la necesidad del PPE. La práctica deberá ser proporcionada además de la teoría para este curso.

los métodos de detección química y cómo controlar peligros químicos. Al término de este curso.1200. La intensión de este curso es ayudar a cumplir con los Estándares de OSHA 29 CFR 1910. los aprendices demostrarán tener conocimiento acerca de los programas de Comunicación del Peligro. y entender las Hojas de Datos del material de Seguridad.5 La Comunicación del peligro es un estándar de OSHA que requiere a empleadores crear un programa dirigido al peligro de sustancias químicas en el lugar de trabajo.Estimated Duration (hours) Description Objetivos 0. el Estudiante demostrará que tiene capacidad para:  Reconocer las posibilidades de una exposición química potencial  Identificar los tipos de peligros  Identificar rutas de entrada y métodos de protección  Reconocer los métodos de evaluación de peligro  Identificar los elementos de las hojas de datos de los materiales de seguridad  Reconocer los métodos de detección química 87 . Los aprendices aprenderán acerca de los peligros de exposición química potencial. los tipos de peligros. Para completar exitosamente este curso.

This package includes 29 technical and safety eLearning courses as well as a 1-week field training session that must be successfully completed before the certificate is awarded. This package includes 23 technical and safety eLearning courses as well as a 1-week field training session that must be successfully completed before the certificate is awarded. 88 . Onshore Oil and Gas Versions. Instrumentation & Control. All Safety Courses This program includes enrollment in all of API-U’s safety courses (US General Industry Versions. Industrial Math & Science. Advanced Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations This program is offered in collaboration with the American Academy of Distance Learning and Training (AADLT) and Dickinson State University in North Dakota (USA). All Courses This program includes enrollment in all of API-U’s technical (Electrical Maintenance. and Mechanical Maintenance) courses. Onshore Oil and Gas Versions. Instrumentation & Control.API-U Programs API-U offers a number of pre-packaged programs intended to simplify the enrollment process and as a means to offer significant enrollment discounts. The field training session is administered by the National Academy of Higher Education at sites throughout the Bakken Region (North Dakota and Montana). Industrial Math & Science. The field training session is administered by the National Academy of Higher Education at sites throughout the Bakken Region (North Dakota and Montana). Certificates of Training in Oilfield Operations Basic Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations This program is offered in collaboration with the American Academy of Distance Learning and Training (AADLT) and Dickinson State University in North Dakota (USA). and Mechanical Maintenance) and safety courses (US General Industry Versions. All Technical Courses This program includes enrollment in all of API-U’s technical (Electrical Maintenance. The field training session is administered by the National Academy of Higher Education at sites throughout the Bakken Region (North Dakota and Montana). and Seguridad – Versión en Español). Some packaged programs include combinations of related courses while other programs are offered in conjunction with educational institutions as part of certificate programs that those educational institutions offer. Intermediate Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations This program is offered in collaboration with the American Academy of Distance Learning and Training (AADLT) and Dickinson State University in North Dakota (USA). This package includes 24 technical and safety eLearning courses as well as a 1-week field training session that must be successfully completed before the certificate is awarded. and Seguridad – Versión en Español).

Based on the package selected. The field training session is administered by the National Academy of Higher Education at sites throughout the Bakken Region (North Dakota and Montana). Learners can enroll in one of three packages. The field training session is administered by the National Academy of Higher Education at sites throughout the Bakken Region (North Dakota and Montana). Lean Learning for Oil and Gas Operations The 76 Lean Learning for Oil and Gas Operations modules are only offered in a package format.Part I Lean Overview .Part II Lean Overview . Learners will be enrolled in the following modules: Executive Package 5 Phases of Lean Transformation Decoding the DNA of TPS Deep Dive Site Assessment Enterprise Assessment Going Lean in the Oil and Gas (Processing) Operations Just Culture Kaizen Pre-assessment and Introduction Lean Overview .Part IV Management Audit Systems Managing for Commitment Numbers Game Organization Goal Setting Article Process and Value Stream Mapping Standardization and Standardized Work Turning Employees Into Problem Solvers Visual Management and Workplace Organization Waste Definition 89 .Mechanical Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations This program is offered in collaboration with the American Academy of Distance Learning and Training (AADLT) and Dickinson State University in North Dakota (USA). This package includes 17 technical and safety eLearning courses as well as a 1-week field training session that must be successfully completed before the certificate is awarded. Manager. Instrumentation and Control Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations This program is offered in collaboration with the American Academy of Distance Learning and Training (AADLT) and Dickinson State University in North Dakota (USA). based on their role in the organization: Executive. This package includes 13 technical and safety eLearning courses as well as a 1-week field training session that must be successfully completed before the certificate is awarded. or Practitioner. This package includes 32 technical and safety eLearning courses as well as a 1-week field training session that must be successfully completed before the certificate is awarded.Part III Lean Overview . The field training session is administered by the National Academy of Higher Education at sites throughout the Bakken Region (North Dakota and Montana). Electrical Certificate of Training in Oilfield Operations This program is offered in collaboration with the American Academy of Distance Learning and Training (AADLT) and Dickinson State University in North Dakota (USA).

Part I Lean Overview .Part III Lean Overview .Part II Lean Overview .Part IV Man Machine Separation Management Audit Systems Management Centers Managing for Commitment Managing in a Lean Environment Material Conveyance Meeting Facilitation Numbers Game Organization Goal Setting Article Problem Solving Part I Problem Solving Part II Problem Solving Part III Problem Solving Part IV Problem Solving Part V Problem Solving Part VI Problem Solving Part VII Problem Solving Part VIII Process and Value Stream Mapping Productivity Modeling Quick Changeover Standard Inspection Standardization and Standardized Work Standardization Post Assessment Standardized Work Tools Supply Chain The Checklist .Manager Package 5 Phases of Lean Transformation 5S Application Blue Sky Vision Workshop Preparation Communications Skills for Leaders Conducting a Kaizen Event Core Leadership Skills Introduction Decoding the DNA of TPS Deep Dive Site Assessment Enterprise Assessment Error Proofing Goals and Goal Setting Going Lean in the Oil and Gas (Processing) Operations Hoshin Kanri How Kaizen Works Just Culture Just in Time Kaizen Pre-assessment and Introduction Kamishibai Kanban Leader Daily Management/Front Line Supervision Leadership Behaviors Lean Layout Design Practitioner Package 5 Phases of Lean Transformation 5S Application Andon Blue Sky Vision Workshop Preparation Built in Quality Communication Skills for the Workplace Communications Skills for Leaders Conducting a Kaizen Event Conflict Management Core Leadership Skills Introduction Current State Maps Decoding the DNA of TPS Deep Dive Site Assessment Demand Instruction Enterprise Assessment Error Proofing Essential Elements of Communication External Logistics Future State Maps Goals and Goal Setting Going Lean in the Oil and Gas (Processing) Operations Heijunka Hoshin Kanri How Kaizen Works Inventory Management Just Culture Just in Time 90 Lean Overview .Part IV Management Audit Systems Management Centers Managing for Commitment Managing in a Lean Environment Numbers Game Organization Goal Setting Article Process and Value Stream Mapping Productivity Modeling Standardization and Standardized Work Standardized Work Tools The Checklist Total Productive Maintenance Turning Employees Into Problem Solvers Visual Management Visual Management and Workplace Organization Waste Definition Waste Pre-Assessment and Introduction Work Teams Lean Overview .

Kaizen Pre-assessment and Introduction Kaizen Review and Post Assessment Kamishibai Kanban Leader Daily Management/Front Line Supervision Leadership Behaviors Lean Layout Design Lean Measurables Lean Overview .Part III Total Productive Maintenance Turning Employees Into Problem Solvers Visual Management Visual Management and Workplace Organization VSM Summary and Post Assessment Waste Definition Waste Examples Waste Identification Example and Post-Assessment Waste Walk Preview Exercise Waste Pre-Assessment and Introduction Work Teams 91 .Part I Lean Overview .Part II Lean Overview .

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