y Rachel Coleman
LIBERAL, KEN: The Southwest Energy Institute will host a trade and industry collapse at Seward County Community College on September 14-16. Registration for physical education covering special topics in the oil and gas business is now open.
For more than 40 years, SEI has improved from a gas compression plant and its partners, metering and pipeline facilities. This rigorous, efficient facility provides job training to workers in all sectors of the energy industry. It also reflects a deep-rooted sense of mission. In a region full of oil and gas resources, jobs and processing facilities, a healthy energy industry means a healthy regional economy.
Despite political, climate change, and economic crises, ordinary people drive their cars, adjust the thermostat on the stove during the coldest winter, and take a hot shower.
“This is definitely a personal impact on energy trade,” said Norma Jean Dodge, director of BA and I. “We know that the industry partners in our service area will continue to look for workers. The huge retirement spree began many years ago, and it is challenging to meet those manpower needs.
SEI offers a variety of technical sessions and offers hands-on training from industry professionals. The courses are designed to be effective and immediate.
“Many of our participants report that they have returned to work and immediately applied the new training,” says Dodge. The teachers we bring are great in their field and are of great value to the students’ time investment.
When some employers send employees to the classroom as career development benefits, participants can enroll individually for SEI courses.
Classes for the SEI fall session include:
- AC Interference and Reduction in Pipelines
An overview of the effects of AC force intervention on common rights. The training begins with the introduction of the interaction and impact between the pipelines and the above AC power transmission systems. The final sessions will focus on the design, construction and monitoring of these AC reduction systems. Fee: $ 150; 2 sessions; M. Ames & C. Chapman; CRN # 31060; TW; September 14-15; 9 am-4pm and 9 am Noon; TB 156
This one-day session covers the basics of underground. The discussion includes: Identifying the tools needed to find underground pipes; Choosing methods to search for pipelines; Identify procedures for conducting a test tool check; Identify the process and others to visualize the environment. Fees: $ 75; 1 session; J. Trowbridge; CRN # 31063; W; September 15; 9 am Noon; TB 152.
Ballon: Valve training
Balon is a leading manufacturer of ball valves, test valves and syringes for the oil and gas industry. Join us for a two-hour presentation on valve material selection, valve safety, valve design variations and planned uses, as well as domestic production benefits.
Fees: $ 49; 1 session; C. Smith; CRN # 31059; W; September 15; 1-3 p.m. TB 156
Introduction to Gas Gauge
Knowing how to perform measurement procedures is a good starting point, but knowing why processes are performed in a specific way is good for employees and the companies they hire. Participants will learn about diaphragm, rotator cuff, and meter operation. Additional topics include how pressure and temperature affect gas measurements. This technical session also discusses pressure status calculations, how to read natural gas calculations, how to turn on and off, pressure shutdown, rotary meter set installation, controller and relief pressure on both high and low pressure sets. Low and high pressure troubleshooting also covers. Fees: $ 75; 1 session; M. Holston; CRN # 31062; W; September 16; 8:30 am- Afternoon; TB 152
This training assesses the operation of the spring operator, the work of the test load controller, and troubleshooting. Other topics include: Troubleshooting Pilot Removal Control System: On pressure protection, IRV and external relief; External relief work (pilot and spring works); Work and rotation supervisor sets, operation and troubleshooting (with display unit); 441 and 461SP operation, disassembly (seating position) and troubleshooting; Fisher 299 Operation, Troubleshooting (external / internal control line); Fisher 99 dismantled and debugged (if time allows); And dismantling and troubleshooting the Munich and EZR controllers. Fees: $ 75; 1 session; M. Holston; CRN # 31061; W; September 16; 1-4 30 p.m. TB 152
For information, contact SCCC Business & Industry at 620-417-1170, or by email [email protected].