API (American Petroleum Institute)

Welcome to our API Certification Training Program! This specialized course is designed to equip professionals with the knowledge, expertise, and industry-recognized certifications required to excel in the demanding field of the oil and gas industry. Since 1989, API’s Individual Certification Programmes (ICP) have offered the petroleum and petrochemical sectors with an objective and unbiased mechanism to evaluate the knowledge and expertise of technical and inspection professionals. These certification programmes are based on industry-developed standards that are widely recognised and utilised with confidence around the world.

Course Highlights

  • API Standards Overview: Gain an in-depth understanding of the American Petroleum Institute (API) standards and their significance in the oil and gas sector.
  • API 510 – Pressure Vessel Inspector: Master the inspection techniques and methodologies for pressure vessels, ensuring compliance with API 510 standards.
  • API 570 – Piping Inspector: Learn to conduct thorough inspections of in-service piping systems, meeting the rigorous requirements of API 570.
  • API 653 – Above Ground Storage Tank Inspector: Acquire the skills to assess and evaluate above-ground storage tanks, adhering to API 653 guidelines.
  • API 580 – Risk-Based Inspection: Understand the principles of risk-based inspection and its application in the oil and gas industry for effective asset management.
  • API 571 – Corrosion and Materials Professional: Dive into the study of corrosion mechanisms, materials selection, and mitigation strategies following API 571 guidelines.
  • API 580/581 – Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) Engineer: Delve deeper into RBI methodologies and risk assessment techniques to optimize inspection strategies.
Enroll in our API Certification Training Program and take the next step towards a rewarding and prosperous career in the oil and gas industry. Join us as we empower you with the knowledge and certifications to lead in this ever-evolving field of energy exploration and production.