Certified Tower Climbing Program: Comprehensive Theory & Practice

•December 31, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Media Relations & Membuat Berita yang Baik di Media MassaUntuk Kepentingan Perusahaan

•June 3, 2010 • Leave a Comment

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Instructor


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Eman Sulaeman Nasim

Schedule

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Oct 6 – 8, 2010
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3 days

Venue

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Kartika Chandra Hotel
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Jakarta

Tuition Fee

Rp.
5.250.000,-
per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

Registration (form)

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Send by email -or- fax to:

PT. FOCUS TRACO INDONESIA
Wisma Pakuan, Jl. Pakuan 12
BOGOR – 16143

ph. (0251) 2169150, 9399988
fax (0251) 8355553
email training@focustraco.com

Corrosion and Scaling Prevention

•August 13, 2009 • Leave a Comment

COURSE OBJECTIVE

This course provides participants basis for understanding the fundamentals of corrosion and how to control it. The participant will be able to recognize the various types of corrosion, what has caused the corrosion and its failure, be able to identify the best method to control corrosion, be able to predict life time by computer software application, economic evaluation, and a case study. This course is based on material used around the world in similar courses but has been adapted for those working in practical application of corrosion and its control. It is suitable for a variety of interests and is presented at an easy level to digest that should appeal to a wide range of potential participants.

COURSE OUTLINE

Preliminary

  • Corrosion and cost created
  • Human factor to corrosion

Types of Corrosion

  • Aqueous corrosion
  • Atmospheric corrosion
  • Water corrosion
  • Sea water corrosion
  • Soil corrosion
  • Concrete corrosion
  • Microbiology corrosion
  • High temperature corrosion
  • Galvanic corrosion
  • Stress corrosion
  • Other corrosion

Failure caused by corrosion

  • Failure modus
  • Investigation method of failure caused by corrosion
  • Failure prevention caused by corrosion

Maintenance by Inspection And Monitoring

  • Inspection method
  • Non destructive inspection (NDI)
  • Smart sensing
  • Maintenance revolution
  • Monitoring and maintenance management

Modeling, Life Time Prediction, and Computer Application

  • Modeling and life time prediction
  • Artificial intelligence use
  • Computer-base training and coaching

Corrosion Protection Method

  • Surface coating
    • Coating method
    • Surface preparation
  • Inhibitor injection
    • Inhibitor classification
    • Inhibitor protection mechanism
    • Inhibitor selection method
  • Catholic protection
    • Sacrificial anode
    • Impressed current
    • Underground piping cathode protection
  • Anode protection

Economic Aspect Evaluation

  • Budget and cost planning
  • Depreciation

Case study

Visit to Metallurgy Laboratory of Mechanical Engineering ITB

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Engineer and technologist in any discipline who wish to obtain a basic knowledge of this important subject
  • Managers, supervisors, sales and field personnel with scientific background in the construction, oil & gas, petrochemical, marine or any other industry who wish to broaden their general corrosion knowledge
  • Maintenance engineers, supervisor, and production operation staff who involved in the field and plant operation
  • Everybody who wants to take benefits from this course.
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Instructor


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Schedule

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December 14-17, 2009
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4 days

Venue

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Papandayan Hotel
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Bandung

Tuition Fee

Rp.
7.250.000,-
  per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

Registration

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Send by email -or- fax to:

PT. FOCUS TRACO INDONESIA
Wisma Pakuan, Jl. Pakuan 12
BOGOR – 16143

ph. (0251) 2169150, 9399888
  ( 021) 41002917
fax (0251) 7534984
email training@focustraco.com

Pumps & Compressors Predictive Maintenance & Diagnostics

•August 13, 2009 • Leave a Comment

INTRODUCTION

Pumps and compressors are generally critical machines in any production process, and hence it is vital that maintenance is most effective for these units. This course aims to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of how to use a combined predictive and preventive maintenance approach to achieve maximum reliability and greatest understanding of any deterioration that may occur.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Engineers, supervisory and technical staff involved in the monitoring, predictive maintenance and diagnostics of pumps and compressors.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The program assumes familiarity with the design and construction of pumps and compressors. From this starting point it adopts an analytical approach to understanding the failure of all types of pumps and compressors.

From a component-by-component perspective, the program investigates the root causes of failure, and relates these to operating conditions and process parameters. Design, installation, lubrication and wear related failure mechanisms are identified and a detailed understanding of the troubleshooting and diagnostic methods needed to detect and identify these is developed.

The program provides participants with the knowledge needed to be effective in the inspection, monitoring and diagnostics of pumps and compressors, with emphasis placed upon the importance of a combined condition monitoring and strip-down inspection approach to maintenance.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

The program is delivered in a combination of lecture style and computer-based training. In addition, a significant amount of time is set aside for small working group activity when addressing case study problems. Extensive use is made of case study material to underline the key aspects of the course and to give the delegates exposure to current best practice.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

DAY — 1

  • Friction, lubrication and wear mechanisms.
  • Adhesive wear, abrasive wear, fatigue and fretting
  • Machinery life cycles
  • Mechanical issues, balancing and alignment
  • Statistical reliability analysis

DAY — 2

  • Reliability models
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for imbalance
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for looseness
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for misalignment
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for gear problems
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for bearing problems
  • Cavitation, causes and prevention

DAY — 3

  • Anti-friction bearings: types, lifetime, mounting, applications, related problems
  • Plain and pad bearings, thrust bearings: operation, maintenance, incidents
  • Mechanical seals, types, operation, related problems
  • Other seals for positive displacement pumps and reciprocating compressors
  • Performing a balance

DAY — 4

  • Vibration monitoring
  • Overall and spectral measurements
  • Vibration limits
  • Introduction to spectrum analysis
  • Lubricant monitoring
  • Shape, size, amount, chemical composition of debris
  • Analytical techniques

DAY — 5

  • The role of condition monitoring in pump and compressor maintenance Diagnostic methods
  • Capabilities and limitations of condition monitoring, and the need for a combined approach
  • The importance of plant inspection
  • Measurement devices, and what to monitor and where

Pumps & Compressors Predictive Maintenance & Diagnostics


Instructor


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Schedule

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November 16-20, 2009
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5 days

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Venue

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Jayakarta Hotel
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Bandung

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Tuition Fee

 Rp.
8.450.000,-
  per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

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Registration

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Send by email -or- fax to:

PT. FOCUS TRACO INDONESIA
Wisma Pakuan, Jl. Pakuan 12
BOGOR – 16143

ph. (021) 7009-9943
  (0251) 2169-150
fax (0251) 7534-984
email training@focustraco.com

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Promotion Management

•August 13, 2009 • Leave a Comment

TUJUAN

  • Menambah wawasan praktisi promosi agar memiliki pemahaman secara komprehensif mengenai komunikasi pemasaran.
  • Memahami konsep promosi yang efektif untuk membidik pasar corporate / perusahaan dan konsumen
  • Memberikan pemahaman tentang berbagai trik dan trend promosi terkini

SASARAN PESERTA

  • Marketing Manager
  • Promotion Manager
  • Marketing Staff
  • Promotion Staff

MATERI

Konsep, Praktek dan Lingkungan Komunikasi Pemasaran Yang Terintegrasi

  • Sekilas mengenai integrasi komunikasi pemasaran
  • Proses komunikasi pemasaran

Membidik, Komunikasi dan Persuasi ; Perspektif Konsumen

  • Demographic, psychographics dan geodemographic.
  • Tingkah laku pembeli

Optimizing the Promotion Mix

  • Konsep dan filosofi promosi
  • Menerapkan bauran promosi
  • Ukuran keberhasilan dan strategi pengelolaan

Trade & consumer promotion strategy

  • Konsep dan pengertian trade & consumer promo
  • Strategy trade & consumer promo yang efektif
  • Mengukur keberhasilan dan efektifitasnya

Strategi promosi Melalui Iklan

  • Konsep iklan promo yang efektif
  • Proses pembuatan iklan
  • Membangun synergy dengan biro iklan
  • Trend iklan promosi penjualan di dunia

Pemilihan Media Yang Efektif

  • Kiat memilih media yang efektif
  • Strategi mediamix yang efektif dan efisien
  • Mengevaluasi efektifitas media promosi.

Exhibition dan sponsorship strategy

  • Konsep dan pemahaman exhibition dan sponsorship
  • Bagaimana mengevaluasinya
  • Evaluasi dan pengukuran keberhasilan

Procurement and Contracting Strategy, a theory and experience sharing

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Instructor


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Schedule

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December 10-11, 2009
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2 days

Venue

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Grand Mercure Hotel
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Yogyakarta

Tuition Fee

Rp.
4.950.000,-
  per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

Registration

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Send by email -or- fax to:

PT. FOCUS TRACO INDONESIA
Wisma Pakuan, Jl. Pakuan 12
BOGOR – 16143

ph. (0251) 2169150, 9399888
  ( 021) 41002917
fax (0251) 7534984
email training@focustraco.com

Procurement and Contracting Strategy, a theory and experience sharing

•August 13, 2009 • Leave a Comment

ABOUT THE COURSE

In most project related companies, Procurement Department spends can be up to 60% of company expense. Such spendings are are both from the purchase of goods & services to support company operation. Being able to properly control and manage such spending through qualified Procurement Department will result in significant add values to the company.

This course will provide attendees with comprehensive skills on purchasing process & some other related issues. It will also cover the e-procurement which nowdays becoming more common & do-able. In addition to those, Governing Regulations discussion will also equipt all delegates with more weapon to perform on the day-to-day activities.

DESIGNED FOR

Individual involved in purchasing, tendering, project enduser or suppliers. This include contracting & procurement specialist.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN

  • Background of procurement regulations
  • End to end purchasing process
  • Negotiation
  • Purchasing management
  • Introduction to business contract
  • E-procurement

COURSE CONTENT

Function of Purchasing Management

  • The Role and Objectives of Purchasing Management

Current Global Trends in Purchasing Management

Governing Regulations:

  • Government Regulations
  • Internal Company Policy & Procedures

Procurement Process

- Stage 1

  • Planning and Budgeting
  • The existence of Bid Committee
  • Determining the Procurement Process:
  • Direct Appointment, Direct Selection, Tender/Bidding
  • Pre-Qualification Process: Selection of Vendors/ Bidders

- Stage 2

  • Preparing the bid package
  • Elucidation Meetings
  • Evaluation of Bids
  • Award process

Negotiation Skills & Technique

  • Basic Rules of Negotiation
  • How to represent your company in negotiation process
  • Power of negotiation
  • Bargaining position
  • Effective negotiation process
  • End results of negotiation

Intoduction to Purchasing Management

  • Initial budgeting
  • Cost control
  • Contract management
  • Expediting
  • Domain & Commodity code
  • Reporting

Introduction of Business Contract

  • Pre-contract process
  • Provision of contract
  • Contract skeleton

E-Procurement

  • Governing regulation
  • Tricks & tips
  • Study cases & success stories
  • Role Play

Procurement and Contracting Strategy, a theory and experience sharing

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Instructor


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Schedule

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December 14-17, 2009
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4 days

Venue

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Sheraton Hotel
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Bandung

Tuition Fee

Rp.
7.250.000,-
  per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

Registration

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Send by email -or- fax to:

PT. FOCUS TRACO INDONESIA
Wisma Pakuan, Jl. Pakuan 12
BOGOR – 16143

ph. (0251) 2169150, 9399888
  ( 021) 41002917
fax (0251) 7534984
email training@focustraco.com

Reservoir Fluid Properties

•August 13, 2009 • Leave a Comment

INTRODUCTION

Hydrocarbon systems found in petroleum reservoirs are known to display multi-phase behavior over wide ranges of pressure and temperatures. The most important phases that occur in petroleum reservoirs are: liquid phase (crude oil or condensates) and gas (natural gases). This course will explain the hydrocarbon phase behavior and practical application in reservoir and production engineering. Firstly it will review the principles of phase behavior and illustrate the use of phase diagram in describing the volumetric behavior of single-component, two-component, and multi-component system.

It will also present numerous mathematical and graphical correlations for estimating physical and critical properties of the undefined petroleum fraction, evaluation of properties of natural gases and introduces their application in Darcy’s equation and material balance equation. A complete and cohesive independent unit on methods of determining the crude oil physical properties, presents the concept and application of vapor-liquid phase equilibrium, developments and advanced in the field of empirical cubic equation of state and application in petroleum engineering. Details scheme of splitting and lumping of petroleum-fraction.

Properly understanding the reservoir fluid properties is very significant and are very importance steps during the entire life of the oil and reservoir developments and operations. This five-day training will provide a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of reservoir fluid properties and application to reservoir and production engineering to keep excellent reservoir and production performance as long as possible.

OBJECTIVE

  • Refresh the knowledge of the participants on reservoir fluid properties.
  • Understand the basic principles of hydrocarbon phase behavior and its application in petroleum engineering.
  • Learn the numerous mathematical and graphical correlation for estimating physical and critical properties of the undefined petroleum fraction
  • Enhance the knowledge on hydrocarbon phase behavior, reservoir fluid properties and application
  • Gain additional knowledge on recent technology in reservoir fluid properties calculation and correlation
  • Knowledge sharing among the participants and instructors

OUTLINE

Basic Phase Behavior

  • Single Component Systems
  • Two Component Systems
  • Multi Component Systems
  • Classification of Reservoir and Reservoir Fluids

Pure Component Physical Properties and Characterizing Undefined Petroleum Fraction

  • General Correlation for Estimating Physical Properties of Hydrocarbon Fraction
  • Critical Compressibility Factors
  • Characterizing Hydrocarbon Heavy Fractions
  • Determining of Physical Properties of Heavy Petroleum Fraction from Correlation

Properties of Natural Gases

  • Behavior of Ideal Gases
  • Ideal Gas Mixtures
  • Properties of Ideal Gas Mixtures
  • Behavior of Real Gases
  • Effect of Non Hydrocarbon Components on the Z-Factor
  • Correction for Non Hydrocarbons
  • Correction for High-Molecular-Weight Gases
  • Direct Calculation of Compressibility Factors
  • Compressibility of Natural Gases
  • Gas Formation Volume Factor & Viscosity
  • Engineering Application of natural gases PVT Properties

Phase Behavior of Crude Oils

  • Crude Oil Density and Specific Gravity
  • Methods for Determining Density of Crude Oils as Unknown Composition
  • Methods for Determining Density of Liquids as Unknown Composition
  • Isothermal Compressibility Coefficient of Undersaturated Crude Oils
  • Density of Undersaturated Crude Oils
  • Gas Solubility
  • Oil Formation Factor of Undersaturated Crude Oils
  • Total Formation Volume Factor
  • Total System Isothermal Compressibility Coefficient
  • Crude Oil Viscosity
  • Bubble Point and Surface Tension
  • Application of the Crude Oil PVT P
  • The Material Balance Equation for Oil Reservoirs

Vapor-Liquid Phase Equilibrium

  • Equilibrium Ratio & Flash Calculation
  • Application of Equilibrium Ratio in Petroleum Engineering

Equation of State

  • The General Sized Form of Equation of State
  • Application of Equation of State for Petroleum Engineering
  • Three-Phase Equilibrium Calculation

Splitting Lumping Schemes of Petroleum Fraction

  • Splitting Schemes & Lumping Schemes
  • Simulation of Laboratory PVT Data by Equation of State

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The following selected participants should attend this course:

  • Field Young and Senior Operators.
  • Fresh Petroleum, Reservoir, Production and Facility/Process Engineer
  • Geoscientist
  • Asset Management Team members and Business Development Manager
  • Production staff, and Operation Personnel who is responsible for the Oil and Gas Reservoir development design and implementation
  • Experienced professional who wants to refresh or broaden their understanding of Oil and Gas Properties in the purposes of fields development.
  • Other professionals who want a better understanding of the subject.

Reservoir Fluid Properties

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Instructor


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Schedule

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December 21-23, 2009
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3 days

Venue

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Papandayan Hotel
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Bandung

Tuition Fee

Rp.
5.250.000,-
  per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.

Registration

::
Send by email -or- fax to:

PT. FOCUS TRACO INDONESIA
Wisma Pakuan, Jl. Pakuan 12
BOGOR – 16143

ph. (0251) 2169150, 9399888
  ( 021) 41002917
fax (0251) 7534984
email training@focustraco.com

 
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