1. Definition
  2. Hazards to:
    1. Lungs
    2. Skin
    3. Ears
    4. Eyes
  3. Industrial toxicology & route of entry
  4. Industrial noise
  5. Ionization radiation
  6. Non- ionization radiation
  7. Thermal stress
  8. Biological hazards
  9. Ergonomics & postures
  10. Occupational health – illness prevention



• Training Schedule: By Request
• Duration: 4 Days
• Training Method: Classroom

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1. Cost Engineer is essential for effective projects and supports the project manager to deliver projects
2. This course covers the responsibilities, methodologies and processes required for the identification of actual costs, cost accruals that underpin performance reporting and allow accurate cost forecast updates for projects in progress.
3. Cost engineering is the engineering practice devoted to the management of project cost, involving such activities as estimating, cost control, cost forecasting, investment appraisal and risk analysis.

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Certificate to be issued will be printed with our accreditation partner’s logos as approval seals for:
1. World Safety Organization (USA)
2. Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria(ISPON)
3. Oil and Gas Trainers Association Of Nigeria(OGTAN)
4. Nigerian council for Management Development(NCMD)
5. Nigerian Red cross Society(NCRS)
6. Industrial Training Fund(ITF)
7. Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)

• Venues-Training Takes Place in Six (6)Venues-
• Lagos: 41 ,Isolo way Ajao Estate, By 7 & 8 Junction, Off International Airport Road Isolo, Lagos State
• Unity House: 1, Lagos Street, Off Old Aba Road, Opposite Rumuomasi Secondary School, Rumuomasi Port – Harcourt, Rivers State
• Suite 48 Futeb Plaza, Effurun-Sapele Road,opposite Refinery road Junction, By Delta Shopping Mall(Shoprite),Effurun/Warri,Delta State
• 7,Aghalor Street,off 19th Street,BDPA opposite UNIBEN main Gate, Benin-City ,Edo State
• 8,Iyana Iyesi Road,Besides Mupin Market,Sango-Ota,Ogun State
• Suite A8 Tsukunda House,Central area,opposite world trade centre,Abuja,Federal capital territory, Nigeria

1. Meaning of Cost Engineering
2. The Cost Engineer
3. Cost Estimating Methods
4. Project Management Plan
5. Project Life-Cycle
6. Project Time Management
7. Project Cost Management
8. Earned Value Analysis
9. Software Applications


1. Definition of P & ID
2. Why P & ID
3. What P & ID entails
4. Piping system
5. Codes and standards
6. Piping fittings/pipe components
7. PFD (Process Flow Diagrams)
8. Limitations of P & ID
9. How to interpret P & ID
10. Valve tag philosophy
11. Translating P & ID into piping layout & Isometrics
12. Pipeline construction processes
13. Pigging operations
14. Grade selection of line pipe
15. Pipe grades/material selection etc.


• 1. Implement customer service passion (PSP)
• 2. Product vs service
• 3. Seven days to better customer services
• 4. Front line personnel
• 5. Follow – up
• 6. Ten do’s & don’t


To get more information about this training course, click this link here: customer relationship management CRM

Course Outline/Training Content/Modules

Introduction to Quality Assurance and Control Techniques

  • Course Overview and Learning Objectives
  • Quality Assurance and Control Principles
  • The Concept of Total Quality Management
  • The Origin and Philosophy behind Total Quality Management
  • Dr. Deming’s Fourteen Points
  • Understanding Six Sigma Methodology
  • Lean Principles
  • Obstacles to implementing TQM
  • Case Studies and Best Practices
  • Traditional Management vs. Total Quality Management

Principles of Quality Assurance and Control

  • The Core Principles in Achieving Total Quality Management
  • Prevention Not Correction
  • Customer-focused Quality
  • Establishing a Vision, Mission and Policy
  • Identifying Opportunities for Organizational Continuous Improvement
  • Building Quality through Teamwork
  • Team-building and Leadership Exercise
  • Enhancing Verbal and Non-verbal Communication Effectiveness

Techniques for Quality Assurance and Control

  • Process Improvement
  • Benchmarking: A Point of Reference
  • The Baldrige National Quality Program (BNQP): Criteria for Performance Excellence
  • EFQM, Dubai Quality Award and HH Sheikh Khalifa Excellence Award
  • Cause and Effect
  • Pareto Chart
  • Control Charts
  • Breakout Session: The Power of Brainstorming for the Best Ideas
  • Methods that Stimulate Creative Thinking
  • Measuring Results
  • Cost of Quality

Implementing a Culture of Quality – The Role of Total Quality Management

  • Putting Principles into Practice
  • Leadership: Taking Ownership of the Quality Leadership Philosophy
  • Total Quality Management as leadership principle
  • Tips for Developing and Coaching Quality Leaders / Employees
  • Implement a Business Strategy driven by  your Customers
  • Focusing on Continuous Improvement – The Role of Audit and Review
  • “Top-down” Leadership Commitment and Involvement
  • Barriers to TQM Organizational Culture Change

Benefits of Quality Assurance and Control – Improvement Activities for Your Organization

  • Benefits of Implementing Total Quality Management “best practices”
  • To the Customer – Improved Quality
  • To the Employee – Increased Satisfaction
  • To the Organization – Better Performance
  • The Importance of Attitude and Professional Development
  • Setting SMART Objectives for Continuous Improvement
  • Practical Exercise: What is your Action Plan?
  • Course Review and Feedback



To learn more about this course, click this link here : industrial QAQC


1. Hazard Classification
2. Hazard Standard Definitions
3. Written Hazard Communication Program
4. Labels
5. Safety Data Sheets
6. GHS Pictograms
7. Right to know

• 1. Introduction to crude oil exploration
• 2. Introduction to crude oil drilling
• 3. Introduction to crude oil refining
• 4. Distribution of crude oil
• 5. Plant operations
• 6. Applied management science

1. Definition and history of EIA
2. EIA processes and tools
3. EIA for air and noise
4. EIA for soil and land use
5. EIA for water quality & quantity
6. EIA for biological terrestrial life
7. EIA for biological aquatic life
8. EIA for human use
9. EIA for quality of life, socio- economic
10. Monitoring process

1. Project Management Plan
2. Project Integration Management
3. Project Scope Management
4. Project Time Management
5. Project Cost Management
6. Project Quality Management
7. Project Human Resources Management
8. Project Communication Management
9. Project Risk Management
10. Project Change Management
11. Project Document Management

MS Project Software Applications
Primavera 6.0 Software Applications

To get more information as to more reasons to undergo this course click this link here: project management planning PMP




AIM: This course is ideal for those who will use the code of practice in workplace and also those who wish to understand best practice in project and construction management, it represent the overall planning, co-ordination and control of a project from inception to completion and aims to meet clients requirement by delivering a project to specification on time and to budget. The program goes further to provide advance industry knowledge and new skills to ensure that construction project are completed on time, within budget, to the appropriate quality standard and to exacting safety requirements.



Project Management framework

  • The meaning of project management
  • Characteristics of construction project phases
  • Fundamentals of project management
  • Project management processes –

Project contracts and legal aspects

Importance of project contracts

  • Contract planning
  • Types of contracts
  • Contracts and risk management

Project planning and scheduling

  • Importance of project planning
  • Principals of Bar Chart technique
  • Network planning techniques(CPM&PERT)

Construction project resource management

  • Equipment planning and selection
  • Equipment production rate and selection
  • Equipment utilization
  • Equipment costing

Construction site and labor management

  • Construction site resource allocation
  • Manpower scheduling
  • Manpower Organization
  • Manpower productivity