Course - In Line Inspection

The In-Line Inspection course will cover the benefits of utilizing In-Line Inspection, selection of technologies related to operational parameters, operational issues and evaluating data relevant to assessing fitness for service. The course will also cover the benefits and limitations of In-line Inspection, its relationship to an overall integrity assessment program and industry standards, regulations and best practices. Desired learning outcomes include: Describe ILI and its relationship to overall integrity assessment, Recognize the benefits and limitations of utilizing ILI, Recall industry standards, regulations and best practices, Defend the ILI process, Differentiate between the various types of ILI tools, Detect types of anomalies or threats. NACE is recognized as an Authorized Provider of Continuing Education Units by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). In order for a learner to “Successfully Complete” a NACE course and thereby receive a Certificate of Completion and CEUs, the following criteria must be met:
•Attend the entire course
•Successfully pass each learning assessment for the course with a score of 70% or higher
Learning assessments may include: a cumulative average quiz score, a practical exam, and/or a written exam.
For learners who do not meet the two criteria above, a retake of the course and the related learning assessments will be required, in order to receive a Certificate of Completion with CEUs and “Successfully Complete” the NACE course.
Disclaimer: This Certificate of Completion denotes successful completion of the NACE course, and should not be interpreted as the award of a NACE Institute Certification.

At the conclusion of the course you will be asked to complete a course evaluation.

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The Pipeline Corrosion Integrity Management Program (PCIM) is a comprehensive training and certification program that is designed to train a wide range of pipeline professionals from field personnel to engineers to management. This course will be beneficial for management personnel, project managers, integrity engineers, pipeline integrity managers, those responsible for pipeline integrity.
In-line Inspection and its relationship to an overall integrity assessment Benefits of utilizing In-line inspection (what data can be gained) Limitations of Utilizing In-Line Inspection Industry Standards, Regulations and Best Practices ILI System Selection Pipeline Operational issues ILI Data Analysis Post ILI Activities
  • PCIM In-Line Inspection Manual
  • PCIM In-Line Inspection Manual on CD
Schedule Summary
 Start TimeEnd Time
Day 18:00 AM5:30 PM
Day 28:00 AM5:30 PM
Day 38:00 AM5:30 PM
Day 48:00 AM5:30 PM
Day 58:00 AM5:30 PM