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Piasha Courses

Our courses cover in-depth knowledge about the pipeline industry.  Whether you are interested in learning about:
  • Pipeline Project Execution
  • Pipeline Project Management
  • Pipeline Construction Phases
  • Pipeline Pressure Testing
  • Hands-on Calculations
  • Pipeline Inspector Training
Piasha can offer what you are looking for.  Come to one our hosted sessions, or call us to set up an in-house sessions for your employees.
For more information or to book a group or in-house course, please Contact Us
Did you know?
Piasha Courses are eligible towards PDUs for APEGA requirements.

Candian Pipeline 101 Course

Piasha Learning Academy offers this unique, full-day pipeline course complete with certificates, designed to familiarize participants with the Canadian Pipeline industry to gain greater knowledge and appreciation of how pipeline projects are executed from Feasibility to Planning to Design to Construction to In-service.  This practical, interactive course with slide & video presentations and many project examples will keep participants engaged throughout the day.  The course reference material is a 135-page Canadian Pipeline 101 book, authored by the instructor. 

Canadian Pipeline Hydrostatic Testing Course

Piasha offers a technically proficient course that allows individuals to understand Hydrostatic testing of pipelines and also provides the tools for finding efficient ways for cost savings by problem solving and completing the hydrotesting analysis for the best pipe design.  The hands-on calculation exercises are unique to this workshop and with assistance from the instructor, individuals will learn how to calculate the test pressures for hydrostatic testing.

General Inspector Training for Pipeline Construction

Piasha offers a technically proficient correspondence course with 13 topics that allow individuals to understand general pipeline construction phases:

  1. Overview

  2. Fundamentals

  3. Construction Survey

  4. ROW Clearing

  5. Grubbing, Stripping & Grading

  6. Pipe Transport, Stockpile & Stringing

  7. Pipe Bends

  8. Ditching & Excavation

  9. Cathodic Protection 

  10. Lowering & Backfilling

  11. General Crossings

  12. Buoyancy Control

  13. Clean-up

The roles and responsibilities of pipeline inspectors when overseeing construction in the field will also be reviewed. Students will have six months to complete the course and will receive a Certificate of Completion upon passing a final exam with a minimum 80% grade.

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