API 510 – Advance Pressure Vessel and Other Pressure Equipment

Date: 11th – 15th March 2019

Venue: Jakarta, Indonesia 




  • Understand the concepts and principles of Pressure Vessel Inspection
  • Implement, co-ordinate, monitor or control the inspection activity based on the learning
  • Gain a broad-based knowledge of all related codes
  • Explore different types of Pressure Vessels, their material and construction
  • Determine the concept of Pressure Vessel Inspection requirements
  • Identify Damage Mechanism in Pressure Vessel (API 571)
  • Master Non-Destructive Testing method used in new Pressure Vessel inspection and In-Services Inspection (Section V)
  • Discover WPS/PQR/WPQ for new and repair and alteration
  • Explore Pressure Relieving Devices and their inspection (API 576)
  • Understand basics of Welding and Inspection (API 577)




API has provided quite a few inspection codes for in-service inspection for many years now. API 510 - Pressure Vessel Inspector, API 653 – Above Ground Storage Tank Inspector, API 570 – Piping Inspector are a few examples.


This course presents a comprehensive and practical introduction and application of latest techniques to gain an insight of Pressure Vessel Inspection. The careful design of the course ensures that every candidate is focused on and learns. The question and answers and the mock tests guarantee a better understanding of the syllabus.


This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Pressure Vessel Inspector Certification Examination by teaching you to:


(a) Understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know

(b) Efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination

(c) Complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination



Who Should Attend:

  • Refining and Petrochemical Engineers and Inspectors
  • Plant Engineers, Non-Destructive Testing Engineers, Materials and Corrosion Engineers, Plant Inspectors responsible for managing the integrity of ageing process equipment, pipelines, boilers and storage tanks
  • Maintenance Personnel, operations supervisors, and process specialists who are expected to make decisions regarding the suitability of equipment for continued service
  • A working knowledge of basis equipment is recommended
  • And any other Professionals who see pressure vessel work as relevant to their role within the company


For more information on the above program, please send an email to [email protected] with name of event, dates & location. Thank you!