FIELD OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE TRAINING
Keeping field employees on the job, working safely and efficiently, has never been more important or more challenging.
Give your people the training they need by sending them to this one of a kind workshop designed to empower operations and maintenance personnel with the knowledge and skills to perform daily tasks associated with operating and maintaining compression units.
Invest in your employees - register today for the best field operations training in the natural gas industry.
The workshop will cover the following topics:
Covers the routine maintenance, trouble-shooting and problem solving associated with equipment located at compression locations. Topics will cover minor maintenance items related to the engines, compressors, and common auxiliary equipment. Upon completion of this course, each student will understand the concepts, equipment, and routine tasks associated with operating and maintaining compression locations.
Covers the basic concepts along with the hands-on application of the Rim and Face & Reverse dial alignment method. Upon completion, each student will understand what coupling alignment is, what the steps are for both the methods presented, and will be able to apply these methods to an alignment problem in the field.
This course teaches basic concepts and application of precision measurement. Upon completion, each student will understand basic precision measurement and related mathematics and will be able to use steel rulers, micrometers, and calipers in practical applications.
Hands-on teaches the basic operation, troubleshooting, and repair of force-feed lubrication systems. Upon completion of this course, each student will understand the operating concepts, equipment, and lubrication calculations behind force-feed lubrication systems.
Basic operational and analytical topics of oil analysis. Upon completion, each student will understand what an oil analysis is, common terminology and how to interpret the results and analysis report.
The class instructor is Randy Anderson, CECO Training and Technical Services. Randy is a highly regarded technical instructor who brings a wealth of experience to the class and is one of the industry's most highly respected subject matter experts.
Professional Development Hours
This workshop qualifies for 24 Professional Development Hours.
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)
Approximately 30-40 minutes from hotel (depending on traffic)
Airport Phone: (412) 472-3525
Average cab/taxi fares: $60.00 (one way)
Checker Cab (412) 664-5600
Yellow Cab Co. of Pittsburgh (412) 321-8100
Average SuperShuttle fare: $48.00 (one way)
SuperShuttle Pittsburgh (800) 258-3826
Pirates Baseball - a group outing at beautiful PNC Park is planned for Wednesday evening. Check the box on your registration form to purchase a discount ticket and join others for an evening of fun at the ballpark.
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Event sponsorships are available for this event. Contact Jane Butler for details.