This course is designed to maximize your success in passing the API Pressure Vessel Inspector Certification Examination by learning how to:
- understand what the API Body of Knowledge requires exam candidates to know;
- efficiently reference the API and ASME Codes during the API ICP examination; and
- complete all calculations required of exam candidates during the API ICP examination.
Note: ITC Skills does not have prior knowledge of future API ICP examination questions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This training course is intended for API 653 inspector examination candidates who have both inspection experience and experience working with the API and ASME Codes. Experience with API and ASME Codes is required during the supervision of inspection activities as described in the ICP Qualification Requirements. API ICP exam candidates are expected to have a broad base of general knowledge and experience covering all topics described in the API Body of Knowledge.
ITC Skills provides this course to help candidates prepare for the API exam. However, this course is a separate entity from the API examination. API 2019 Examination Schedule & Fee
REQUIRED CODE DOCUMENTS
Each student must supply the API and ASME Code documents referenced in the API 510 Effectivity Sheet. For more information, please view the API 653 Effectivity Sheet.
These API and ASME code documents can be purchased from ITC Skills . Detailed course notebooks (including pre-study and post-study guides) will be provided to course registrants, making for valuable reference material.
PURCHASING CODE DOCUMENTS :
The Code documents required for this course are available to ITC Skills course registrants. These documents are available as a package only, not on an individual document basis. Note: Only the specific portions of the Codes and standards documents required for the API exam are supplied in the document package.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CLASSROOM STUDY
- Broadband Internet connection
- Windows Vista (or higher)
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 (or higher) or Mozilla Firefox 4 (or higher)
- 1 GB of RAM (2 GB or greater recommended)
- 1080 x 1024 video resolution (or higher)
- Adobe Reader 8 (or higher)
Note: Use of Adobe software may have additional system requirements (Please refer to the Adobe specifications provided with your Adobe software or visit the Adobe website at www.adobe.com for more information.)