NCCER Pipeline Electrical & Instrumentation Level 1 Trainee Guide
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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Introduction to the Pipeline Industry (Pipeline Core), Liquid Pipeline General Abnormal Operating Conditions (Pipeline Core), Pipeline E&I Safety, Trade Math, Electrical Theory, Tools of the Trade, Pipeline Operations, Pipeline E&I Drawings, Understanding the National Electrical Code® and Fasteners and Anchors.
Table of Contents
(Total Level Hours: 287.5; includes 72.5 of Core Curriculum)
66101-02 Introduction to the Pipeline Industry (Pipeline Core) (15 Hours)
Introduces the pipeline industry, including pipeline products and flow paths, maps and drawings used in the industry, and basic pipeline operations. Also covers hydraulics, pipeline equipment, electrical power systems, and corrosion control. Regulations, documentation, and pipeline industry occupations are also described.
66102-02 Liquid Pipeline General Abnormal Operating Conditions (Pipeline Core) (5 Hours)
Introduces the Abnormal Operating Conditions (AOCs) that can occur on a pipeline or in a pipeline facility. Includes general procedures on how to recognize and react to AOCs and the necessary documentation and notifications that must be completed when responding to AOCs.
64102-02 Pipeline E&I Safety (15 Hours)
Describes the types and uses of personal protective equipment and covers hazard communications. Identifies and explains lockout/tagout and MSDS requirements. Covers safety related tools, safety rules and regulations, and work site hazards.
64103-02 Trade Math (40 Hours)
Identifies and explains instrumentation formulas and equations. Explains how to calculate load and ampacity. Also describes conductors and performing pipeline-specific E&I calculations.
64104-02 Electrical Theory (40 Hours)
Offers a general introduction to the electrical concepts used in Ohm’s law as applied to DC series circuits. Includes atomic theory, electromotive force, resistance, and electric power equations. Also introduces series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. Covers resistive circuits, Kirchoff’s voltage and current laws, and circuit analysis.
64105-02 Tools of the Trade (15 Hours)
Identifies and explains the types of hand tools used in the pipeline E&I trade. Also explains trade-specific power tools, test equipment, and communication equipment.
64106-02 Pipeline Operations (40 Hours)
Describes pipeline system hydraulics and ANSI ratings and standards. Explains station control systems and recognizing and responding to AOCs. Also covers pigging operations and proving process meters.
64107-02 Pipeline E&I Drawings (30 Hours)
dentifies and explains drawing classifications and written specifications. Describes the uses of electrical drawings and piping and instrumentation drawings. Also covers special drawings and documentation as well as pipeline maps and alignment sheets.
64108-02 Understanding the National Electrical Code® (7.5 Hours)
Provides a navigational road map for using the NEC®. Introduces trainees to the layout of the NEC® and the types of information found within the code book. Presents an easy-to-follow procedure for finding information in the NEC®.
64109-02 Fasteners and Anchors (7.5 Hours)
Introduces the hardware and systems used to mount and support boxes, receptacles, and other electrical components. Covers the various types of anchors and supports, their applications, and their safe installation.
- Isbn: 9780130466884