ASME Training Course - Online Video Training

This Online ASME training course includes section VIII Div.1 (Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels), IX (Welding Qualification) and  V (Nondestructive Examination) is a video training. This is 40 Hours (5 days) course and available online all over the world. This course also is a perfect course for individuals who want to learn about pressure vessel inspection and testing. 

When you completed the video training sessions for VIII Div.1 (Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels), IX (Welding Qualification) and  V (Nondestructive Examination), which cumulatively is almost 20 hours, in the next step, you will be connected to the practice exam portal with hundreds of practice exam questions; you need to complete them. There are almost 300 questions about section VIII Div.1, 170 questions about section IX and 165 questions about section V. 

You are going to take a final exam (150 questions - Open Book) at the end of the ASME Training Course and receive a certificate from I4I Academy with my signature.  

Package includes:

  • Video Training
  • Handout
  • 350 Practice Test and Exam Questions 
  • I4I Academy Certificate
  • 40 Hours PDH (Profesional Development Hour) Toward 9 Year Certificate Renewal for American Welding Society (AWS) Certified Welding Inspectors 
  • 40 Hours CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Hour Toward 3 year API 510, API 570, and API 653 Recertification (Applicable after Jan 2023)
  • 40 Hours Training credit Toward 6-Year Certificate Renewal for Candian Welding Bureau Certified Welding Inspectors 
  • Technical Support*
  • 4 Months Access

*If you need help during the study, the support will be available!

Question? Contact I4I Academy, or Call 1 (949) 383-0564

ASME Online Training Course

One-Time Payment  499.00 USD

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I4I Academy Certificate for this training Course:

ASME Training Course Certificate

ASME Training Course Section VIII Div. 1

Following  subjects are covered in section VIII Div. 1 (Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels):

  1. Hierarchy of application
  2. Laws & Regulations at the location of installation
  3. ASME - Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code
  4. National Board Inspection Code NBIC
  5. Construction Code Vs Referenced Codes
  6. Manufacturer Certificate of Authorization
  7. Authorised Inspection Agency
  8. Manufacturer responsibility and Quality Control
  9. User Responsibilities
  10. The scope of Section VIII Div.1, 2 and 3
  11. The Subsection of VIII Div. 1 (A, B and C)
  12. Material Requirements
  13. Design of Pressure Vessel (Wall thickness calculation)
  14. Static Head Calculation
  15. Maximum Allowable Working Pressure (MAWP) and Part MAWP
  16. Joint Category and Weld Types
  17. Special Services
  18. Pressure Vessel Openings
  19. Impact Testing Requirements (Evaluation for exemption and performance)
  20. Fabrication and Welding Requirements and Tolerances
  21. Post Weld Heat Treatment Requirements
  22. Non Destructive Testing Requirements (RT, UT, MT and PT)
  23. Hydrostatic and Pneumatic Testing Requirements
  24. Name Plate and ASME Marking
  25. Manufacturer Data Report and NBIC Registration
  26. Miscellaneous Requirements

ASME Training Course Section IX Content

Following Topics are covered in ASME Section IX (Welding Qualification):

  1. WPS, PQR and WPQ Definition as per Section IX
  2. Manufacturer Responsibility Regarding Welding
  3. P, F, A numbers / Group Number
  4. Essential, non-essential and supplementary essential variables
  5. SFA Specification and AWS Classification
  6. Write and Qualify a WPS Without Impact Testing Requirements 
  7. Discuss Welding variable ( Joint Design, Base Material, Wall Thickness Range, Filler Metal, Position, Pre-heat Temp, Interpass Temp, PWHT Temp and Holding Time,  Gas or Flux, Electrical Characteristics, Technique, etc.)
  8. Welder and Welding Operator Performance Qualification
  9. Qualifying with the Volumetric Method or Mechanical Testing / Requirements
  10. Qualified Positions, Pipe diameter, Wall Thickness, etc.  
  11. Standard WPS's
  12. Write and review a WPS with Impact Test Requirements

ASME Training Course Section V Content

Following Topics are covered in ASME Section V (Nondestructive Examination):

Article 1 - General Requirements

  1. Procedural Requirements
  2. Personnel Qualification Requirements 

Article 2 - Radiography 

  1. Backscatter Requirements
  2. Density Limitation
  3. Image Quality Indicator requirements and selection
  4. Radiography Techniques / Requirements
  5. Geometric Unsharpness Requirements
  6. Reporting Requirements

Article 6 - Liquid Penetrant Examination

  1. Detectable discontinuities
  2. Surface Cleaning Requirements
  3. Temp Limitation 
  4. Control of Contaminations
  5. Penetrant Types (Visible and Fluorescent)
  6. Type and Categories (Water washable, Post emulsifying, Solvent removable)
  7. Developer Application Requirements
  8. Evaluation Requirements
  9. Black light Requirements

Article 7 - Magnetic Particle Examination

  1. Detectable discontinuities
  2. Cleaning Requirement 
  3. Temp Limitation
  4. Surface Contrast Enhancement Requirements
  5. Different techniques i.e. Yoke, Prod and corresponding requirements
  6. Visible and Fluorescent Types
  7. Calibration requirements
  8. Lifting of weight requirements
  9. Method of examination
  10. Magnetizing Intensity Requirements (Gaussmeters, Pie-Shaped Magnetic Particle Field Indicator, Artificial Flaw Shims )

Article 10 - Leak Testing

  1. Testing Medium Requirements
  2. Pressure Gage Requirements
  3. Temp Limitation 
  4. Leak Testing Techniques

Article 9 - Visual Examination 

  1. Direct Visual Examination Requirements
  2. Light Intensity
  3. Annual vision Test Requirements
  4. Remote Visual Inspection

SE-797 UT Thickness Measurement

Article 4 - Ultrasonic Testing

  1. Only Definition and understanding of A, B and C Scan