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EEMUA Mechanical Integrity Practitioner Certificate course begins (blended learning)

Event: EEMUA Mechanical Integrity Practitioner Certificate course begins (blended learning)
Date: 01 September 2021 to 20 October 2021
Location: Blended Learning, Live and recorded online
Description: EEMUA’s Mechanical Integrity Practitioner Certificate (MIPC®) course helps engineers stay on-site and on top of the latest industry developments and good practice in primary containment of hazardous substances.

Using a blend of live, online classes, one-to-one sessions with expert tutors, and e-learning, enhanced by a mentor’s support and guidance, EEMUA’s Mechanical Integrity Practitioner Certificate course delivers in depth training to engineers where they work – to give professionals the flexibility to learn on-site or on-call.

Course Learning Cycles cover: Legislative Environment, Written Scheme of Examination (WSE); Equipment Design Elements, Operational Considerations, Risk and As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP); Asset Condition, User Responsibilities and Competencies; Inspection Process, Inspection and Test Techniques, Inspection Roles; Responses to Findings and Reporting, Postponement, Record Keeping; WSE Review, Audit, Feedback, Industry Good Practice. This in-depth training for experience professionals requires a Learner’s time commitment of around 110 hours spread over 27 weeks – equivalent to 4 hours per week.

Registration is open now for the next EEMUA MIPC® training course, with Induction to suit Learners’ schedules from July 2021, Learning starting in September 2021, and final assessment for five-year certification in April 2022.
Organiser: EEMUA (Engineering Equipment & Materials Users Association)
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