Introduction to the Oil and Gas Industry Training Darwin

Site Skills

An essential course that provides students a foundation before entering into the oil and gas industries.

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Darwin Introduction to the Oil and Gas Industry Training Availability

Standard Course

The standard course includes training and assessment. Inclusive of GST if relevant.

Group, Corporate and/or On-Site training bookings can be scheduled to suit your time table. Please contact our facility on for more information.
For individuals, you can register your interest in this course by using the Apply Now! button and our facility will contact you when the next public course is available.
Onsite

Group, Corporate and/or On-Site bookings can be scheduled to suit your time table. Inclusive of GST if relevant.

Group, Corporate and/or On-Site training bookings can be scheduled to suit your time table. Please contact our facility on 08 8947 5050 or email darwin.training@site.edu.au for more information.
Standard Course

The standard course includes training and assessment. Inclusive of GST if relevant.

Group, Corporate and/or On-Site training bookings can be scheduled to suit your time table. Please contact our facility on for more information.
For individuals, you can register your interest in this course by using the Apply Now! button and our facility will contact you when the next public course is available.
Onsite

Group, Corporate and/or On-Site bookings can be scheduled to suit your time table. Inclusive of GST if relevant.

Group, Corporate and/or On-Site training bookings can be scheduled to suit your time table. Please contact our facility on 08 8947 5050 or email darwin.training@site.edu.au for more information.

Course Overview

Introduction to the Oil and Gas Industry is an essential introductory course (ID 2712) that provides an overview of pipeline engineering. This course includes an overview of petroleum geology, reservoir & well equipment, extraction and processing, pipeline facilities, hydrocarbon properties, AS2885, statutory requirements overview, pipeline components, gas analysis, SCADA and control systems, process and instrumentation diagrams, pigging, corrosion control, gas compression and flow measurements.

Student who complete the courses should be able to undertake the following tasks

  • Explain the principles of petroleum geology, extraction and processing
  • Describe the functions of typical well and hydrocarbons processing facilities
  • Describe the properties of hydrocarbons
  • Explain the principles of operation of typical instruments, monitoring and control systems
  • Explain the principles of pigging
  • Explain the principles of compression
  • Explain the principles of rotating equipment, lubrication and bearings
  • Explain the principles of corrosion control
  • Interpret process and instrumentation diagrams for a facility

Payment Options

Full payment for courses up to $1,500 must be made before the commencement of the course. For courses that cost over $1,500, Site Skills Training will hold an initial deposit of $1,500, with the balance to be paid upon commencement of the course.

Payment can be made via eftpos, cash or cheque. For billing information including who to write a cheque to, please email payment@site.edu.au or call 1300 700 080.

Course Outcomes

A statement of completion will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

Suitable For

All engineering and technical oil and gas facilities personnel or anyone new to the industry looking for general knowledge.

Course Delivery

Training and assessment is conducted at the Site Skills Training facility 1 Campion Rd, East Arm, NT 0820. Upon arrangement, training and courses can be conducted on-site at the premises of industry clients providing there a suitable infrastructure and industry training facilities.

Key Competencies

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the principles of petroleum geology, extraction and processing
  • Describe the functions of typical well and hydrocarbons processing facilities
  • Describe the properties of hydrocarbons
  • Explain the principles of operation of typical instruments, monitoring and control systems
  • Explain the principles of pigging
  • Explain the principles of compression
  • Explain the principles of rotating equipment

Units of Competency

There are no units of competence/statements of attainments issued for this course however, some of the knowledge and skills gained will help with units offered in the PMA or UEG training packages.

Work Opportunities

Opportunities exist in the oil and gas industry in upstream exploration and production at process plants (LNG and petroleum), midstream transporters via pipelines and to the downstream 'distribution' network of pipelines and process plants producing LNG and LPG.

Further Opportunities

This is a general overview course which can lead into other related courses in the oil and gas sector.

Max Students

16

RTO 32531

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