Learning to become a Pipeline Inspector? Let's get you ready.
If you are leveling up your career or changing paths, this program is right for you.
If you don't already know...
Our courses based on original API-1169 standards. All sections are covered.
Our online Pipeline Inspector Program prepares you for the real world of pipeline inspection.
INGAA & CEPA both mandated all Pipeline Inspectors have the API 1169 Certification by the end of 2018. Do you have it?
This program is built to ensure the industry is full of exceptional, knowledgeable, and skilled professionals.
Turn your pipeliner job into an inspector career.
And you can take the courses at your speed in the comfort of your own home.
This is more than a prep program.
5 easy-to-navigate course sections
Sections: Inspectors Overview, Inspector Roles/Responsibilities, Environmental & Pollution Control, Personnel & General Pipeline Safety, General Pipeline Construction Inspection
Sharpen your skills & prepare for your role in pipeline inspection, using our 1000 practice exam questions.
Over 100 years of combined course development experience
Countless hours of Pipeline Inspector knowledge built into each course
Computer-Based Training means access from anywhere.
Whether you find yourself in North Dakota or home for the week—you can access your training program easily from anywhere. You need a flexible program that tracks your progress so you can focus on your goals.
The International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) accredits Energy Worldnet (EWN). EWN complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation, Energy Worldnet is authorized to issue the IACET CEU (continuing education unit).
As an IACET Accredited Provider, EWN offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.
To be eligible to obtain CEUs and successfully complete this course, participants must fully contribute to all instructional activities and are required to complete all related assessments with an average score of at least 80%.
As part of its relationship with IACET, EWN provides recognized and rigorous trainings developed and delivered to ensure comprehensive regulatory compliance and the highest levels of learner knowledge transfer, engagement, and success.
Payment must be received two (2) days before the scheduled event.
Registration for this training closes the Friday before the scheduled event.
Registrants canceling more than ten (10) business days in advance are eligible for a full refund, less a 20% processing fee, or registration for a later date at no cost. Registrants failing to attend without notification will not receive a refund. Cancellation and refund requests should be made by emailing ILT@energyworldnet.com.
Individuals registering for an ONLINE instructor-led training who do not possess an audio- and video-capable device with a reliable internet connection will not be eligible to attend on the training day. Due to accreditation obligations, there are no exceptions to this policy.
Individuals arriving more than twenty (20) minutes late to an EWN learning event may be asked to re-register for a future training event and assessed a $100 re-registration fee.
All beginning and ending training times are Central Standard Time (CST) unless noted otherwise.
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