A two day course aimed at providing delegates with an understanding of how to apply the design rules in BS EN13445 Part 3.
BS EN13445 “Unfired Pressure Vessels”, is a standard that provides rules for the design, fabrication, and inspection of pressure vessels. It was introduced in 2002 and is harmonised with the PED.
The course is aimed at individuals who require a refresher, those who wish to expand their knowledge of design codes used within the industry or those new to the industry who have relevant engineering qualifications. - See full course details here.
Price per delegate: £835 (ex.VAT)
- Cancellations made a minimum of 14 days before the course, would be subject to a £30 +VAT admin fee. Cancellations made after this time, but not less than 7 days before the course, forfeit 50% of the registration fee. Cancellations made less than 7 days before the course forfeit 100% of the registration fee paid.
- We would accept a replacement delegate FOC right up to the day of the course (subject to any special dietary needs for the replacement delegate which we may not be able to accomodate at very short notice).
- If possible, delegates would be offered to transfer to the next available course subject to a £30 +VAT admin fee.
- In the unlikely event that the course is cancelled by FCL, a full refund of the registration fee would be made or transferred to the next available course. FCL cannot, however, be held liable for consequential losses in the event that a course is cancelled.
A little about our lecturer:
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The course will be conducted by Mr Steve Baldwin, Joint Managing Director of Finglow Consultants Limited (FCL). Mr Baldwin has some 30 years experience in the field of pressurised equipment from both an engineering contractor and end user viewpoint. Mr Baldwin brings with him the decades of expertise held within FCL.
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Finglow Consultants Limited
ENGINEERING ANALYSIS, ASSESSMENT & DESIGN
Finglow Consultants Limited (FCL) are experts in the engineering analysis, assessment and design of pressurised systems. From our offices in Hertford, UK, we have provided a second-to-none service in this area for nearly twenty years and have successfully applied our skills on projects for a wide range of satisfied clients in the petrochemical, oil & gas, nuclear, marine, food, pharmaceutical, and transport industries.
FCL staff have accumulated extensive expertise in the design and fabrication of pressurised equipment though many years of hands-on experience. This knowledge is available to those new to the industry and to those who want to expand their skill base through training courses designed to ensure that participants gain a practical understanding of the subjects covered. Course material has been prepared to avoid industry dependence and therefore to remain as widely applicable as possible. This approach has proved successful but courses aligned to a particular company’s requirements can also be provided on request.