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About ASME ASME helps the global engineering community develop solutions to real world challenges. Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME is a not-for-profit professional organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing and skill development across all engineering disciplines, while promoting the vital role of the engineer in society.

About ASME Training & Development ASME Training & Development is a recognized leader in providing workforce learning solutions for engineers and technical professionals. ASME offers over 300 quality, highly accessible courses and training programs, specifically developed to boost technical competence and heighten managerial expertise – presented in a variety of learning formats: live public courses, e-learning courses, seminars and workshops as well as onsite, in-company training. Training programs are delivered by ASME-approved instructors who are recognized experts within their professional disciplines. Importantly, most code courses are developed and taught by ASME Code Committee members who understand and can communicate code or standard relevance and their impact on safety, quality and integrity. Additional information about ASME Training & Development can be found at go.asme.org/education.

The ASME Advantage Comprehensive course offerings in multiple learning formats

• Broad selection offering best practices in mechanical engineering and engineering management • Multiple learning formats accommodate budgets, schedules and business requirements – each offering CEUs and PDHs

Professional instruction by industry experts

• Eminently qualified faculty. Most Code courses taught by ASME Code Committee members who understand and communicate code or standard relevance and their impact on safety, quality and integrity • ASME approved, industry-experienced professionals deliver leadership and management courses

Unsurpassed leadership in curriculum development

• All ASME courses subjected to rigorous peer review to ensure accuracy, comprehensiveness and relevance • ASME has more than 50 years’ experience creating, producing and delivering training programmes and is recognized as an Authorised Provider of Continuing Education and Training by IACET

ASME has selected Eram Group as an ASME Authorized Training Provider to deliver the courses in Dubai as well as process registrations.


PD027

HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEMS: SIZING & DESIGN Course Description Through a combination of lectures and workshops, this course demonstrates how to avoid costly errors in the selection and sizing of heating, cooling, and air-moving equipment that can result in excess power and energy expense as well as unnecessary capital investment. It explains and demonstrates the latest methodology for sizing and selecting heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment for commercial buildings; compares and analyzes common types of HVAC systems and currently available energy conserving and recovery equipment; and explores the issue of indoor air quality (IAQ), particularly as it relates to variable air volume (VAV) systems. Each participant will receive a complimentary copy of the textbook, Principles of Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning, by H.J. Sauer, Jr., R.H. Howell, and W.J. Coad.

DUBAI

CEUs: 2.3

PDHs: 23

Date: June 22nd to June 25th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Special Requirements Participants should bring a calculator to each session

You Will Learn To • Explain how to determine design cooling and heating loads • Describe the characteristics of various types of HVAC systems • Evaluate the potential energy saving techniques and equipment • Identify potential solutions to IAQ problems with VAV systems

Who Should Attend Designers, contractors, manufacturers, architects, and engineers who wish to enhance their knowledge of the fundamentals of equipment sizing and energy estimating for heating and air-conditioning systems

Number of Days: 4

Course Fee: $ 3,500

Instructor Ronald H. Howell, P.E., retired Professor and Chairman of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Florida, is a Fellow of ASHRAE, and member of ASME. Dr. Howell began teaching in the field of mechanical engineering in 1959. For over 40 years, he has taught courses in refrigeration, heating and air-conditioning, thermal analysis, and related areas. Dr. Howell has had experience in the development of educational and experimental laboratory equipment, specifically with vapor compression refrigeration, air-conditioning process simulators, refrigerated air curtain test apparatus, and computer simulation techniques. His related industrial and consulting experience ranges from ventilation and condensation problems to the development and implementation of a complete air curtain test program. Dr. Howell became a member of ASHRAE in 1969 and has served on the educational committee of the St. Louis Section, TC1.3, TC1.5, and TC4.7. He is past chairman of TC1.3 and SPC41.6. Dr. Howell has been principal investigator or co-principal investigator on 12 ASHRAE-funded projects. He has served on the Research and Technical Committee, the Accreditation Activities Committee, Program Committee, and the Standards Committee of ASHRAE.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


PD370

B31.8 GAS TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION PIPING SYSTEMS Course Description ASME B31.8 is the most widely used Code for the design, operation, maintenance, and repair of natural gas distribution and transmission pipelines. This 3 day course explains the present-day piping Code provisions, the principal intentions of the Code, and how the Code should be used. The emphasis is primarily on transmission pipelines. Each participant will receive a copy of the ASME codebook, B31.8 - 2012 Gas Transmission and Distribution.

DUBAI

CEUs: 2.3

PDHs: 23

Date: June 23rd to June 25th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

You Will Learn To • Explain the causes and modes of pipeline failure • Describe the considerations for material specifications, pipe manufacturing, and pipe joining • Estimate pipeline stresses from external loadings • Explain how to evaluate of pipeline defects • Identify pipeline repair techniques • Identify the elements of pipeline integrity • Explain how code requirements address these issues • Explain the differences between B31.8 and US DOT gas pipeline regulations

Number of Days: 3

Course Fee: $ 2,650

Who Should Attend • • • •

Engineers, Technicians Code compliance personnel Operation and Maintenance Personnel Regulatory Personnel

Instructor Michael J. Rosenfeld, P.E., is Vice President and General Manager at Kiefner/Applus-RTD. His experience includes 25 years in the oil and gas pipeline industry including design, stress analysis, failure investigation, fitness for service assessment, maintenance and repair, welding, and risk assessment. Prior to working in the pipeline industry, Mr. Rosenfeld’s experience included the design and analysis of power piping systems, and industrial and aerospace equipment and components. He has conducted several pipeline industry-sponsored research projects related to pipeline flaw and damage resistance, reliability, and safety. He has published over 30 technical articles in the public domain. Mr. Rosenfeld is active in pipeline standards activities, including ASME B31.8, B31 Mechanical Design Technical Committee, B31 Standards Committee, and the ASME Board of Pressure Technology Codes and Standards.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


PD410

DETAIL ENGINEERING OF PIPING SYSTEMS Course Description Detail engineering in piping projects consists of the engineering, design, detail and layout of process and utility equipment, piping and instrumentation. This 4-day course provides participants with the background required to design, engineer and complete piping assignments. This course should be of interest to people employed in any area that piping is present (Refinery, Chemical, Power, Pulp and Paper, Utility etc.) The course introduces engineers, designers and construction personnel to the various procedures involved in the development and engineering of Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P & IDs), Equipment Plot Plans, Piping Arrangements and Fabrication Drawings. Traditionally, there has been little formal training in this area and design decisions often have to be made based on practical considerations without formulae or code reinforcement. Completing piping drawings take up the majority of man-hours in the design of a process plant. Each participant will receive a copy of the book, Detail Engineering and Layout of Piping Systems by Bob Wilson.

DUBAI

CEUs: 3

PDHs: 30

Date: June 22nd to June 25th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

You Will Learn To

• Describe pipe sizing • Explain pressure drop calculations • Describe the process of pump and equipment sizing and selection • Describe the preparation of equipment specifications and drawings • Identify piping specifications • Describe the process of instrumentation and process control • Describe the process of piping component familiarization, including valves and fittings, piping hangers and supports

Special Requirements A series of workshops where attendees have an opportunity to produce a P&ID and a number of Piping Isometrics c/w Bill of Material are part of this course. Therefore attendees are required to bring the following equipment: • Scale ⅜” = 1ft scale • Circle template

Number of Days: 4

Course Fee: $ 3,500

• Calculator • Drafting pencil and eraser

Who Should Attend

• Piping engineering and design personnel wishing to expand their knowledge of piping and instrumentation • Engineers, designers, CAD operators and draftspersons, Technicans in the piping field • Practicing engineers and designers who may have experience in related disciplines and wish to expand their knowledge of the piping area • Piping fabricators, contractors and suppliers wishing to understand the relationship of manufacture and fabrication to the design, layout and construction of piping systems

Instructor Bob Wilson is an Engineering Consultant with TWD Technologies in Burlington, Ontario, Canada and former Engineering Professor at Sheridan College. He is a member of the B31.1 Power Piping Section Sub Group on Design. Mr. Wilson has taught piping design and engineering courses for 30 years. He has been involved with the design, analysis, layout and support of piping systems since 1963, with petrochemical, power, steel, mining & processing companies in North America and Europe and is currently working as a Piping Stress Engineer with experience in Caesar II, Caepipe and Autopipe analysis programs. He is the author of Detail Engineering and Layout of Piping Systems and is the former chairman of ASME’s Ontario Section.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


PD448

BPV CODE, SECTION VIII, DIVISION 2: ALTERNATIVE RULES– DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PRESSURE VESSELS Course Description This course provides a practical comparison of the new rules with the former rules of Division 2. It also covers other international codes, including a discussion of why the new requirements were instituted; this course explains the design margins and their effect on required thickness. While emphasizing design and analysis rules, it covers all aspects of construction.

DUBAI

CEUs: 3

PDHs: 30

Number of Days: 5

Date: June 22nd to June 26th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

You Will Learn To

• Explain how the requirements of Divisions 1 and 2 of Section VIII compare • Explain theories of failure and design margins of various codes • Describe the General Requirements of the new Division 2 • Identify design rules and stress analysis methods • Describe fatigue analysis • Identify materials and fabrication requirements • Explain nondestructive Examination (NDE) requirements, pressure testing and pressure relief requirements

Who Should Attend Individuals involved with design, analysis, fabrication, purchasing, repair, and inspection of pressure vessels should attend, as well as supervisory and regulatory personnel, Engineers, Technicians. Although some degree of background with design and fabrication of pressure vessels is desirable, no previous experience is required for attending this course. Both the beginners and experienced personnel involved with pressure vessels will benefit from this course.

Course Fee: $ 4,250

Instructor David Nash, FIMechE, FIES, ASME Fellow, CEng, is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Vice-Dean (Knowledge Exchange) in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. After spending several years with a vessel fabricator, Prof Nash joined the Department as a researcher where he earned an MSc and PhD working on local load and saddle support contact problems. His research interests lie in pressure equipment, and most recently in the area of bolted joints and sealing technology. In addition, he has recently written papers on local buckling and plastic collapse of supports and also presented work on thermal stress problems in pressure equipment. He has co-written and organised a suite of pressure systems design courses for industry and these have been run in conjunction with the Institution of Mechanical Engineering Pressure Systems Group, on an annual basis since 1986. Professor Nash is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineering and a Chartered Engineer and has been an ASME member since 1987 and Fellow since 2006. He is a past Vice-Chairman of the Pressure Systems Group of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and former UK national representative to EPERC, the European Pressure Equipment Research Council. He presently chairs the PVE/1/15 Design Methods committee for PD5500, the UK pressure vessel code.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


PD570

GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING FUNDAMENTALS I Course Description This course provides a solid grounding in the fundamentals of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing based on the latest ASME Y14.5-2009 Standard and the ISO GPS standards. It covers the philosophies of how, when, and where to apply geometrics to parts in the oil and gas industry. Discussions include the application of geometric tolerancing to design, manufacturing, and quality control, as well as the use of the datum reference frame and the application of position and profile tolerances. The course will also cover the differences between the symbols position, runout, and concentricity and applications to rotating machined parts common in oil and gas recovery. All participants receive a copy of the 380-page GeoTol Pro Book and Pocket Guide, by Scott Neumann and Al Neumann, which contains full color graphics and loaded with student exercises. The training materials will serve as a valuable resource long after the training is complete.

DUBAI

CEUs: 3

PDHs: 30

Date: June 22nd to June 24th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

You Will Learn To

• A solid foundation in the fundamentals of geometric tolerancing • A thorough understanding of the datum reference frame, position and profile tolerancing • How to apply geometric tolerancing to machined parts common in the oil and gas industry • How to measure parts and complete inspection reports with GD&T

Who Should Attend Engineering, designing, drafting, quality control, procurement, tolling, production, purchasing, manufacturing, CAD inspection, and shop personnel

Number of Days: 3

Course Fee: $ 2,650

Instructor Scott Neumann is a senior partner in Technical Consultants Inc. He specializes in geometric tolerancing and tolerance stack-up and analysis. He is also an expert in measurement and inspection techniques. Scott presents geometric tolerancing training programs to engineering, manufacturing and quality personnel at major corporations in the USA and around the world. He was a major contributor to the Geometric Tolerancing Applications with Stacks Workbook and the Geometric Tolerancing Stacks and Analysis Workbook. He has also coauthored a book and coproduced a DVD video series to the ASME Y14.5-2009 standard, Geo Tol Pro: A Practical Guide to Geometric Tolerancing. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and is a senior level ASME certified, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing professional. He represents the USA in the International Standards Organization, ISO TC10 committee. He regularly attends the USA, ASME Y14.5 subcommittee on dimensioning and tolerancing. He is also a member on the ASME Y14.45, Measurement Data Reporting committee. Scott graduated from University of Florida with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


PD698

PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE STRATEGY Course Description Predictive maintenance (PdM) is not a tool, technique or certification. Predictive maintenance is a philosophy that uses the equipment’s operating condition to make data-driven decisions and improve quality, productivity and profitability. Unlike industry courses that focus on applying specific technologies like vibration monitoring or oil analysis, this course focuses on establishing, managing and sustaining results from a comprehensive PdM program. The Predictive Maintenance Strategy course considers predictive maintenance as a component of a larger asset management strategy to diagnose, prevent and postpone failures. During this three-day course, the theory and application of multiple PdM technologies are explained. Critical success factors of results-producing PdM programs are reviewed. Through group activities and case studies, you will determine which predictive technologies to use, how to set goals for your program, track progress and practice how to communicate results to different stakeholders. By the end of the session, you will have outlined what a successful PdM program can look like at your organization.

CEUs: 2.3

DUBAI

PDHs: 30

Date: June 22nd to June 25th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

You Will Learn To

• Explain the role of a predictive maintenance plan in an effective asset management strategy • Describe the theory, application and safety considerations of 5 PdM technologies • Recognize visual inspection as a component of a PdM program • Draft a predictive maintenance strategy that incorporates critical success factors • Explain how Operating Dynamics Analysis™ manages machinery/ assets that cannot be monitored by the five traditional predictive maintenance technologies (vibration analysis, thermography, tribology (oil analysis), ultrasonics, and motor circuit analysis) • Compare your current PdM program to best practice and build a plan to meet your PdM goals

Who Should Attend Maintenance Managers, PdM Managers, Maintenance professionals, continuing education students, Engineers, Technicans and any person responsible for justifying or managing duties related to a PdM program.

Instructor

(Ian) Andrew Norman has over thirty years of experience in the manufacturing industry as a lubrication specialist and manufacturing engineer, college instructor, equipment superintendent, diesel propulsion systems expert, maintenance consultant, and mechanical equipment

Number of Days: 4

Course Fee: $ 3,500

expert. He has extensive experience in lubrication, maintenance and reliability, manufacturing processes, process documentation, plant management, and all phases of industrial asset management. Andrew began his career with Detroit Diesel Allison as a hands-on line mechanic, advancing to a field mechanic and later to the position of field service manager. He then joined Inman and Associates as an equipment superintendent in their bridge building and sewage treatment plant construction division where he was responsible for all maintenance personnel, and the maintenance of all mechanical equipment ranging from small engine components to large earth moving equipment (bulldozers, cranes, excavators, etc.) He has held various positions in the lubrication field engineering arena with D-A Lubricants Co. and Chevron Lubricants Co. Andrew was a Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS) with the American Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers and has broad experience in Diesel Engine manufacturing and management with Cummins Engine Company where he was one of the founding pioneers of their gasoline engine remanufacturing division. Additionally, he published two collegelevel textbooks on diesel engines and related heavy equipment during his tenure at Trident Technical College as the head of their Diesel Heavy Equipment program. Andrew also authored much of the Process Documentation that is still in use at Cummins Engine Company’s Diesel ReCon Division. Andrew has conducted extensive on-site assessment, training, and consulting work with clients, such as Georgia Pacific, Harley Davidson, Chemical Lime Corporation, Amoco Chemicals, Kerr-McGee Chemical, Lockheed Martin Corporation, and Wyeth-Lederly Pharmaceuticals. Additionally, he has held an active Merchant Mariner’s Document (Z-card) since 1981 and currently holds active TS-SCI security clearance. Andrew was one of the founding principles of the consulting firm CNS Associates in Charleston, South Carolina where he served as Vice President of Technical Services. He also served as Ashcom Technologies’ Director of Maintenance Strategies, and currently serves as the executive vice president of Norman and Associates LLC.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


PD699

RELIABILITY EXCELLENCE FUNDAMENTALS Course Description Reliability Excellence Fundamentals (RxF) is a Four -day, interactive course in which participants experience the fundamental concepts of Reliability Excellence to drive performance improvement efforts within an organization. RxF is highly concentrated and hands-on, opening with a reliability assessment and exercises focused on the value Reliability Excellence can bring to an organization. Participants discuss the impacts of business process re-engineering and examine best practices to support a reliable environment. RxF introduces essential reliability tools to build a case for reliability and document reliability improvement efforts at their facility. The course concludes by defining objectives, goals and targets to align your organization on the path to Reliability Excellence.

DUBAI

CEUs: 2.3

PDHs: 23

Date: June 22nd to June 25th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

You Will Learn To

• Build a case for Reliability Excellence implementation • Explain the Reliability Excellence model and methodology that’s proven to deliver results • Analyze fundamental reliability processes • Discuss the business process re-engineering methodology as it relates to your reliability processes • Explain operations’ contribution to reliability • Draft Reliability Excellence objectives, goals and targets required to achieve the business case

Who Should Attend Maintenance Managers, PdM Managers, Maintenance RxF engages plant personnel involved in applying Reliability Excellence. Suggested participants include people who influence business process improvement and frontline employees, Engineers Technicans impacted by Reliability Excellence.

Number of Days: 4

Course Fee: $ 3,500

Instructor

Ron Leonard, P.E., is a Principal Consultant with Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), specializing in maintenance and reliability technology management. A registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Tennessee and Certified Reliability and Maintenance Professional (CMRP), Ron holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from the University of Tennessee. He has over 34 years of experience in the chemical processing industry, holding a variety of roles as Service/Maintenance Engineer in Research and Development, Project Engineer, Supervisor, A/QC Manager and Chief Inspector and, more recently, Reliability Lead for the Worldwide Maintenance Network. He also specializes in change management as a Prosci® Authorized Training Provider Certified Instructor and practitioner. Ron’s change management instruction and consultation experience spans the medical appliance, health care, finance, pharmaceutical, food and mining industries. Serving the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for over 40 years, Ron achieved the position of “Fellow” in 2004. He is currently Chairman of ASME’s Post Construction Standards Committee and a member of the Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards. Ron is an active member of the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) where he has served as the Director for the Body of Knowledge (BoK) Directorate, guiding Best Practices, Benchmarking and M&R Knowledge Committees. In addition, Ron is an executive board member for SMRP, representing Life Cycle Engineering.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


PD643

B31.3 PROCESS PIPING CODE Course Description This course provides an introduction to the ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code. It covers the requirements of B31.3 for design, analysis, materials, fabrication, testing and inspection of process piping systems. It explores the rules for various components including fittings, connections, bends, valves and specialty components. Other topics include dimensions and ratings of components, fluid service requirements for joints, piping flexibility and support, welding, heat treatment, bending and forming, brazing and soldering, assembly, erection, examination and inspection.

DUBAI

CEUs: 3

PDHs: 30

Number of Days: 5

Date: June 22nd to June 26th 2014 Time: 8:00 to 15:00 hrs

*Course hours can extend based on topics covered

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

On completion of this course, you will be able to:

• Identify the responsibilities of personnel involved in the design, fabrication, assembly, erection, examination, inspection, and testing of process piping • Describe the scope and technical requirements of the ASME B31.3 Code • Apply and implement the quality requirements that are defined in the ASME B31.3 Code.

Who Should Attend This course is designed for engineers, managers and quality personnel, Technicians who are involved in the design, manufacturing, fabrication and examination of process piping that is being built to the requirements of U.S. Codes & Standards.

Special Requirements Each student must bring his or her own calculator.

Course Fee: $ 4,250

Instructor Jim E. Meyer, P.E., has over 40 years of experience in refining petrochemical, chemical, power generation and industrial facilities. He is a principal engineer at Louis Perry and Associates, a full service engineering and architectural firm, located in Wadsworth Ohio. Jim is experienced in overall project coordination/management, pressure equipment, piping design, analysis, specifications, support design, mechanical system requirements and documentation requirements. In particular, areas of his technical competence include ASME piping and pressure vessel codes, stress analysis, field troubleshooting piping system support, vibration, and expansion problems. Jim is a member of ASME and has been involved in the ASME B31.1 and ASME B31.3 Section committees for over 35 years. He is currently Chair of the ASME B31.3 Process Piping Section Committee, Chair of the ASME B31 Standards Committee, and serves on the ASME Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards. Jim has also served as Chair of ASME B31.1 Power Piping Code Section Committee. Most recently, Jim co-authored chapters in the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Companion Guide, 4th Edition, covering the ASME B31.1 Power Piping Code and the B31.3 Process Piping Code. Past projects and work experience has involved major oil refineries, petrochemical plants, fossil, nuclear, solar and alternative energy generation, as well as cryogenic and vacuum test facilities.

To register for this program & group discounts: Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8, Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Register Online at http://go.asme.org/MiddleEastRegistration Note: Please mention ASME Event to be diverted to the right team person. For after hours support please contact Mobile:+971 529934886, KSA:+966 536295481

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE DIRECTLY FROM ASME, USA* Special Offer to Non-ASME Members: Attendees of any these events registered as non-ASME members will receive a FREE one-year membership to ASME following submission of an application form available at the program. *Disclaimer: As per IACET Regulation certificates will only be issued by ASME to delegates who successfully complete all course requirements, including attendance for the full duration of the program.


TERMS & CONDITIONS OF REGISTRATION

Training course registration fee includes full training program, course material, coffee breaks and lunches. Registration fees do not include hotel and travel costs. CONFIRMATION OF REGISTRATION A confirmation letter will be sent to all participants upon receipt of full payment and successfully completed registration forms. At least 10 days prior to attending a course, delegates will be contacted to confirm final arrangements. DISCOUNTS Delegates must declare their eligibility for a discount at the time or making the initial reservation on the website. The following discounts will apply: • ASME Members: Preferential ASME membership rates apply. • For Group Discounts please contact asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com TRAINING PAYMENT, CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY All Training payments must be made in USD’s and must be received prior to the course. Delegates with outstanding payments will be asked for a proof of payment upon their arrival at the registration desk. If one of these cannot be supplied, the delegate will be refused admission to attend the training course. FOR WIRE TRANSFER PAYMENTS For wire transfer payments: After registering, the delegate will receive an invoice, which will include all the necessary details regarding the transfer. Any bank charges involved will be the delegate’s responsibility, and any additional fees charged by the delegate's bank must be included within the total funds transfer, in addition to the course registration fee. All bank transfers should reach us within 7-10 business days after receipt of invoice to secure the delegate's registration. CANCELLATION POLICY If for any reason you should not be able to attend, ASME will give you a complete refund up to 10 business days prior to the start date of the course. Please note that cancellations made less than 7 business days will be subject to a $200.00 administrative charge. Cancellations made 5 business days prior to the course start date forfeits the full course fee (substitutes are welcome). All cancellations must be received via email to MiddleEastCourses@asme.org (or) asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com. These terms wouldn’t apply for last minute registrations.You will only be able to substitute delegates with proper notification to us prior to the course. In the event of postponement of the program and the delegate is unwilling to attend the program on the rescheduled date, then 100% of the payment will be refunded. SUBSTITUTION OF DELEGATES: You may substitute delegates with proper notification to us by at least 7 days in advance of the selected training event. ON-SITE REGISTRATION On-site registration will not be available at this point of time. PROGRAM CHANGES Please note that speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing. However circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers. Any changes made will be updated on our website and delegates will be notified as soon as possible. LIABILITY In the case of government intervention or regulation, military activity, strikes or any other circumstances that make it impossible or inadvisable for the ASME Training & Development Course to take place at the time and place provided, the participant shall waive any claim for damages or compensation except the amount paid for registration after deduction of actual expenses incurred in connection with the training and there shall be no future liability on the part of either party. TRAINING VENUES ASME Training & Development courses are held in quality training venues, selected for accessibility, quality of facilities and hospitality services. Maps and directions for each location can be found on the venues'/hotels' websites, but will be confirmed to delegates prior to their attendance at their chosen course. COURSE SCHEDULE The courses start each day at 08:00 and aim to finish at around 15:00. A complete outline of the course content will be sent to the confirmed participants about 1 week before the start of the course. No recording or videotaping may be conducted by the participants. ASME does not assume responsibility for any missing or damaged articles for any of its registrants. Registrants are responsible for all personal belongings during the length of the course while in hotel meeting rooms – this includes all breaks,lunch and overnight. TRAVEL Please confirm that a course will run before purchasing tickets to travel (in particular, non-refundable airline/train tickets). ASME retains the right to change or reschedule a course up to 3 weeks ahead of the scheduled presentation date. We are not responsible for any fees associated with changing or transferring travel arrangements. ACCOMMODATION Delegates are responsible for making, buying and cancelling their own hotel reservations. Priority rate hotel rooms have been secured at the in nearby hotels. Instructions how to book your hotel room are sent together with the confirmation of course registration. VISAS AND LETTERS OF INVITATION If you require a letter of invitation for the ASME Training & Development Course as a part of a visa application, you must submit a written request to us by email or fax. Please note that only after full payment of your registration fees we can provide an official invitation letter. DISCLAIMER FOR ERRORS AND OMISSIONS: Eram Group and its affiliate companies make every reasonable effort to ensure the accuracy and validity of the information provided on this brochure. Eram Group of companies does not warrant or represent that the Information is free from errors or omission.Whilst the Information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the Information. The Information may change without notice and Eram Group is not in any way liable for the accuracy of any information printed and stored or in any way interpreted and used by a user.


P R O G R A M

D E TA I L S

Topics

Instructor

Start Date

End Date

Member Price

List Price

PD027

Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning Systems: Sizing & Design

Ron Howell

June 22, 2014

June 25, 2014

$ 3,400

$ 3,500

PD370

B31.8 Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Systems

Mike Rosenfeld

June 23, 2014

June 25, 2014

$ 2,550

$ 2,650

PD410

Detail Engineering of Piping Systems

Bob Wilson

June 22, 2014

June 25, 2014

$ 3,400

$ 3,500

PD448

BPV Code, Section VIII, Division 2: Pressure Vessels

David Nash

June 22, 2014

June 26, 2014

$ 4,150

$ 4,250

PD570

Geometric Demensioning & Tolerancing Fundamentals 1 for Oil and Gas

Scott Nuemann

June 22, 2014

June 24, 2014

$ 2,550

$ 2,650

PD698

Predictive Maintenance Strategy for Oil and Gas

Andrew Norman

June 22, 2014

June 25, 2014

$ 3,400

$ 3,500

PD699

Reliability Excellence Fundamentals for Oil and Gas

Ron Leonard

June 22, 2014

June 25, 2014

$ 3,400

$ 3,500

PD643

ASME B31.3 Process Piping

Jim Myers

June 22, 2014

June 26, 2014

$ 4,150

$ 4,250

Venue Information: Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha 1, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

For (Dubai) Hotel Reservations with Preferred Stay rates & Visa Assistance contact: ITL World- Dubai, Tel : +971 4 3685599 (Ms. Jacqui, Ms. Griselda) (Please mention ASME event to be directed to the right person)

For Course Inquiries & Afterhours support: KSA: +966 536295481 UAE :+971 529934886 Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Regional Partner:

Eram Group, Office No 421, 4th Floor, DMC Building No: 8 Dubai Media City, P.O Box 122358, Dubai, UAE., Tel: +971 43685599, Email: asmetraining@eramgroup-sa.com

Travel & Event Management Partner:

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