Subsea Engineering and training experts
Our training portfolio is built on the back of our engineering capabilities, where our expertise lies in providing integrated services across the whole life-of-field. We spend 80% of our time working on engineering projects and 20% of our time teaching it.
Since delivering our first training course 18 years ago, we have developed a broad range of courses from foundation to practitioner level and evolved to become the benchmark for excellence in training for the oil and gas industry. The diverse selection of topics covered at the different levels, make Jee courses invaluable for everyone from graduate engineers and support staff, to senior engineers.
If you have a team of engineers or technical personnel to train, an in house course is often the most cost-effective solution.
If you have specific or complex learning requirements, a customised course made up of our current modules or completely bespoke course can be created to meet your needs. Speak to us now for a consultation.
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This course is a must if you need to improve your knowledge of offshore pipeline installation techniques. Enhance your appreciation of the capabilities of the latest pipe-lay vessels and equipment and gain confidence in identifying the best technical solutions for your projects.
This course provides delegates with an awareness of the approaches, issues and challenges associated with decommissioning in the North Sea.MORE DETAILS
This is a vital course to help engineers understand contractors’ output, design houses to apply calculations to projects and regulatory bodies to follow up-to-date industry codes. With discussions around industry developments and the latest technologies, this course explains the principles of subsea pipeline design.
This course provides an introduction to flow assurance and the general principles behind it. Pipeline engineers will benefit from a deeper knowledge of fluid flow principles and causes of restricted flow. The tutor will explain the chemistry behind flow assurance and ways to control flow restrictions through inspection, pigging and cleaning.
Ideal for pipeline engineers looking to extend their knowledge, this course takes a problem-based approach, imparting decades of our experience of the more complex design issues affecting pipelines.MORE DETAILS
Designed to enhance technical knowledge of integrity management issues, this advanced course helps engineers understand the more complex issues affecting deepwater risers and flowlines. Consisting of numerous case studies of pipeline failures, you will review root causes and how lessons learned can be applied to your pipelines.
Anyone involved in the installation analysis of rigid pipelines and modules will benefit from this course’s detailed explanation of installation calculations. This course will give you the opportunity to practice hand calculations with tutor support.
Highly recommended for anyone involved in the maintenance and integrity of assets and pipelines, this course offers a thorough understanding of the engineering principles behind successful integrity management. With case studies and worked examples, this course covers assessments to DNVGL-RP-F105. This course also includes a site visit* to a manufacturer.
This course will help subsea pipeline and integrity engineers to understand how to use pipeline pigs and plugs to perform a variety of operations. Providing an overview of pigs and plugs available and their functionality, the tutor will explain the latest theories on improving the reliability and accuracy of pigging, for both cleaning and inspection purposes.
This two day course provides an awareness of the main aspects of subsea intervention and will help you address typical subsea issues such as choke failures, dropped objects, pod failure, valve failure, flying lead or jumper failures.
Detailing the engineering behind reel-lay installation, this is an advanced course that demystifies this complex field. Ideal for reeling companies and anyone involved in the design and installation of pipelines, this course explains the fundamentals of reel-lay.MORE DETAILS
Ideal for anyone new to subsea controls or working in associated support roles, this course explains how control systems operate and the engineering principles involved.
This course will give you the opportunity to see what different parts of the system look like, get an independent comparison of the kit and equipment available, and gain a greater insight into this specialist area.
This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the equipment used in subsea production systems. Anyone directly or indirectly involved in subsea equipment will benefit from attending this course; from engineers installing the equipment to procurement staff looking to understand more.
This course is essential for subsea engineers or if you are new to the industry. From design, through installation and operation to decommissioning, this course gives an overview of the lifecycle of a subsea pipeline.
This course details each phase of the lifecycle of subsea power cables. Learn how to identify, solve and mitigate issues to avoid down time and costly subsea repairs. Health and safety considerations are also discussed with a focus on continuous improvement.
Developing your knowledge of the equipment used, market drivers and issues affecting subsea production, this course covers subsea systems from design and installation through to operation. Ideal for engineers, technical team leaders and managers looking for an overview of the area, this course will help you manage projects.
Each year we update our training courses in line with the industry’s latest codes and standards. We deliver our courses online, in public venues in Aberdeen or Houston or in-house.
Our course tutors are highly skilled engineers, who combine their academic expertise with significant industry experience.
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