THIS COURSE WILL BE RUN PUBLICLY IN PERTH IN SEPTEMBER 2019. WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATIONS.
The purpose of this two day pressure vessel training course is to give attendees a thorough understanding of the fundamental design principles of pressure vessels as well as instruction in the most commonly employed clauses of AS1210. A basic comparison is also made with the methodology of ASME Section VIII Div I. Upon completion of this pressure vessel seminar, the attendee should be well placed to perform common pressure vessel design tasks with minimal instruction and supervision from a Senior/Supervising Engineer.
This pressure vessel training course does not require any previous knowledge of pressure vessels or relevant pressure vessel codes or standards. Junior Engineers, Graduate Engineers and those new to the field of pressure vessels will find the pressure vessel course well suited to their learning needs.
This pressure vessel seminar has been designed to take engineers with zero or minimal pressure vessel experience and give them the necessary design knowledge to get them working on pressure vessel design tasks without too much "hand holding" by others in their organisation.
Cautionary Note: Attendees should realise that pressure vessel design is a specialised field of mechanical engineering and to develop their career as pressure vessel designers, the mentoring, advice, supervision and assistance etc of experienced engineers, as well as private study, is still essential for future success. By attending this pressure vessel course, attendees will be much more advanced and have a better understanding of this area of expertise compared to those who do not undergo a formal learning program either on-the-job or through other pressure vessel courses and self study.
A PDF Flyer is available for download (by clicking the button above) which gives more detailed information.
It should also be noted that this pressure vessel training course has been designed for those who will be involved in pressure vessel design tasks and therefore anyone attending should be suitably degree or diploma qualified in a relevant engineering or science related discipline.
Note: KASA is no longer providing copies of AS1210 for use during the seminar. Whilst not an absolute necessity, it is recommended that attendees bring their own copy for bookmarking purposes.
Please click the button above to view the PDF flyer where a full course synopsis can be found.