This course is an examination preparation course that will assist those who are planning on writing the API Piping Inspector Certification exam. This course will teach the following:
Navigation within the required Code documents (an essential skill for answering questions accurately and in a timely fashion)
The required knowledge to pass the examination as listed in the API Body of Knowledge
Methods and skills required to perform Code calculations during the examination
This course contains pre-class lessons, live instruction and classroom course work, and practice exams
Pre-course lessons will be available online up to 100 days prior to the classroom course dates. Course registrants will receive a printed notebook in class.
During the course, the instructor will cover the information contained in the API Body of Knowledge. It is important to note that Kinetic Inspection & Testing has no prior knowledge of what questions will be on the examination. Therefore, it is our intent to train exam candidates sufficiently to answer anything that API could ask from the topics listed in the Body of Knowledge.
In the course participants will have the opportunity to be guided through the Codes by an experienced instructor. They will have the chance to answer questions that are similar to the ones that will be asked on the exam, and have concepts and calculation steps demonstrated in a way that is designed to assist each course participant and address each person’s unique skill set.
Course participants will be encouraged to participate in class discussions and workshops that will address the navigation in the Codes, calculations, making the connections between the construction Codes and the repair Codes, review of welding procedure specifications and more. The instructor will be available for one-on-one assistance and discussion following classes.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Registration in this course does not register an individual for the actual API ICP examination. This must be done through API at www.api.org. API expects all examination candidates to have relatively broad experience and knowledge prior to attempting this examination. If you have any questions regarding your suitability and chances of success in writing this challenging examination, please contact Kinetic Inspection & Testing and we will discuss your specific situation and give you recommendations on courses and training that will suit your specific goals and circumstances.
This course consists of three main portions:
Pre-class lessons that will help course participants to become familiar with the material prior to coming to the course and will help participants identify areas they may wish to focus on during the course or address with the instructor. The pre-class lessons will be available online up to 100 days prior to your classroom course dates. You will be able to access the pre-course lessons from your account on www.kineticinspection.ca.
6 days of live webinar instruction. This detailed instruction will be led by the instructor and all course participants are encouraged to participate and ask questions. On the 6th day there will be a practice exam and review of the exam to enable course participants to gauge their progress.
Practice exams that will enable exam candidates to continue to use the skills they have learned up to the exam day.
Required Code Documents for the Course
All course participants are required to have copies of the API and ASME Code documents that are listed on the API 570 Effectivity Sheet.
Registrants in this course are eligible to earn CPD hours based on the time they spend on self-paced pre-course and post-course learning and the time in the live classes. The online course software will track active hours spent by the course participant in the learning modules and practice questions. A certificate will be issued to the registrant upon completion of the course. This certificate will show the total number of self-paced, tracked hours spent by the course participant and the live class hours, up to a maximum of 80 hours. Please note:
- Course participants will receive up to a maximum of 80 CPD hours. The 80-hour maximum is not automatic. If a course participant spends less than 80 hours in the course, they will only receive CPD hours for the time tracked.
- To receive credit for the CPD hours, the entire course must be completed. This includes all lessons, practice questions, quizzes, and Practice Exams. Incomplete training materials are not eligible for CPD hours.
- CPD hours and completion certificates will not be issued prior to the completion of the course.
- Course participants are responsible for ensuring that CPD hours for self-paced learning are acceptable to the organization they require them for.