The success of every company depends of each employee's understanding of the business's key components. Employee training and development will unlock the companies' profitability and reliability. When people, processes and technology work together as a team developing practical solutions, companies can maximize profitability and assets in a sustainable manner.Our courses support the business goals and objectives of our customers in the refining, petrochemical, gas processing, oleo and specialty chemical areas. From 2004 to 2010, our key associates helped train over 600 operations, maintenance, and technical support personnel.
Operations and maintenance personnel are the process unit's first line of defense. The flare system is the process unit's last line of defense. The unit on stream time is an indication of operations training. A first quartile-operating unit's on steam factor is greater than 97%. If the on stream factor is below 97% a review of operation training and development is warranted. If on stream factor or average years of operating experience is declining a review of operations training and development should be considered.
A review of each trainer's experience and knowledge is critical when choosing an operations development program. Suppose the trainer understands 90% of the subject. At best, he might could teach the students 75% of his knowledge base on a short course basis. Therefore the student's knowledge base is 67%. If this person goes and trains someone else, the second student's knowledge base is 51%.
Make sure that you have qualified instructors with a high level of the subject understanding or your results will not be satisfactory. Be careful in "Train the Trainer" philosophy to get a high level of the subject knowledge to your trainer.
Operations training and development is an investment in the future - maximize your return on investment. Give your employees the keys to success.
Training value is derived from participating in both standard and customized training courses. Structured on the job training is the key in developing your operations and process support staff. To provide on the job training, workshops that mentor small groups through problem solving scenarios may be the best. The course delivery method is a mixture of lectures, case studies, exercises, and problem solving scenarios that give participants the opportunity to reinforce concepts presented.
KLM can provide regional or localized "in house" on site training for operations or engineering personnel in specialized areas;
Industry Technical Management Training
Non Technical Management Training
A-01 Distillation Operation, Control and Troubleshooting for Operators
D-01. Introduction to Distillation Operation, Control and Trouble Shooting
Petroleum Refining Training
R-01. Petroleum Refining Overview, and or specifics Training
R-08 Optimizing Product Sweeting Operations
Ethylene / Olefins Training
E-04. Hydrotreating Technology
Polymers Process Training
T-01. Introduction To Polymer Processing Fundamentals
T-02. Advanced Polymer Processing Fundamentals and Troubleshooting
Ammonia and Fertilizer Plant Training
Liquefied Petroleum Gas Plant Training
C-01 Gas Processing Overview and or specifics
C-04 Optimizing Product Sweeting Operations
Other Process Training
P-02. Oleo and Specialty Chemical Overview and or specifics
Process Plant Operations and Management Training
S-04. Safe Unit Commissioning
M-01. Corrosion in the Oil and Gas Industry
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