API 510 TRAINING COURSE

API 510 TRAINING COURSE

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: Brown Safety Training

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$799.00

This API 510 training course online is 60 hours long. This is the easiest and least expensive way to prepare for the certification exam. This training is self paced. You can stop and start whenever you like. You can pick back up where you left off, because the stopping point is bookmarked. You can repeat the the course or just the lessons that you would like to repeat. You will never be rushed and you will never be slowed down. Any questions can be emailed to the instructor and he will answer them. There are 81 graded practice quizzes throughout the lessons along with a final exam at the end of 17 lessons. These quizzes will help you become familiar with the kind of questions that will be asked on the actual exam. This is a very important part of training for the exam. There are a total of 917 questions including the final exam. The final exam is very helpful in letting you know how well prepared you are. There are three additional practice exams that are available to download. Training for the API 510 online is the best option for the busy industrial professional. The course is available for 120 days after purchase or for three passes through it. We can make exceptions to this if you contact us. When you are training for the 510 inspection exam you should not be under pressure to rush though the the very course that is supposed to be helping you prepare. Our online API 510 training system is superior to conventional classroom training. This API 510 training course is accredited with the AWS for 60 professional development hours (PDH) for the CWI 9 year renewal, CWB Renewal and for Professional Engineers. 

 

Course Structure:

  1. Service Restrictions, Joint Efficiencies, Radiography
  2. Shell and Head Calculations
  3. Maximum Allowable Working Pressure
  4. Hydrostatic Head Pressure
  5. Hydrostatic, Pneumatic Test, and Test Gauges
  6. Postweld Heat Treatment
  7. Impact Testing
  8. Corrosion
  9. ASME Section IX
  10. Writing a Welding Procedure Specification
  11. Review of WPS's and PQR's
  12. Section V NDE
  13. RP-577 Welding Inspection and Metallurgy
  14. API-510 Pressure Test and Welding Requirements
  15. RP-572 Inspection
  16. RP-576 Pressure Relieving Devices
  17. RP-571 Damage Mechanisms
  18. 18. An overview of the 510 with 21 lessons and quizzes
  19. An overview of the 572 with 18 lessons and quizzes

Are you qualified to take the API 510 exam?

As outlined in the Appendix B of the API 510 Standard, the minimum qualification requirements for API 510 Pressure Vessel inspector certification are based on the combination of education and experience related to pressure vessels. This experience must have been acquired within the last 10 years while employed by, or under contract with, an authorized inspection agency as defined in API 510.
Based on the 10th edition of API 510, a National Board certification is no longer accepted as a substitution for passing the exam.
Prior to submitting an application, please use the table below to determine if you qualify to take the API 510 exam:

Education Minimum Years of Experience Description of Experience Required
BS or higher in engineering or technology 1 year Supervision or performance of inspection activities as described in API 510
2-year degree or certificate in engineering or technology 2 years Design, construction, repair, operation, or inspection of pressure vessels, of which one year must be in supervision or performance of inspection activities as described in API 510
High school diploma or equivalent 3 years Design, construction, repair, operation, or inspection of pressure vessels, of which one year must be in supervision or performance of inspection activities as described in API 510
No formal education 5 or more years Design, construction, repair, operation, or inspection of pressure vessels, of which one year must be in supervision or performance of inspection activities as described in API 510

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