This course, Drilling Rig Roughneck is designed to focus on the operations and duties that are normal to operations on the rig floor during Drilling, Tripping and Casing. The Roughneck is also termed as a floorhand and is required to be knowledgeable and proficient in handling the tools and downhole components involved in the drilling of a well. The work involves being at the center of the activities that take place around the well which must be done in a safe manner because of the inherent dangers associated with heavy components, large tools, high mechanical forces and pressures encountered in the circulation system and other operations.
This programme is another of NESC's Fundamentals Programmes and imparts the basic skills necessary for the effective maintenance and repair of mechanical equipment used in the Petrochemical and other industries. The programme includes theory and relevant practicals in the repair and alignment of pumps and other rotating equipment, as well as gearboxes and compressors. Graduates will receive an NESC Competency Certificate which can allow for direct entry into NESC’s 1-year Level II (Craftsman Programmes).
This Fundamentals Programme provides theoretical and practical training in Heavy Equipment Maintenance. Trainees are taught to interpret work orders and technical manuals and how to keep equipment clean, lubricated and effectively maintained. Through a combination of workshop and on-the-job training, trainees are exposed to the skills required to diagnose faults and malfunctions, adjust equipment and repair or replace defective parts, components or systems.
This course teaches persons the skills necessary to install, diagnose and repair Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration systems for both commercial and residential buildings. Trainees will be able to run start up systems, test lines to detect leaks and record the readings taken to ensure that the system is functioning satisfactorily. Graduates will receive an NESC Competency Certificate which can allow for direct entry into NESC’s 1-year Level II (Craftsman) Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Programme.
The Machine Shop course impacts the skills and knowledge necessary to function as a machinist in the automotive and industrial machine shop environments. The skills acquired enable trainees to work on a variety of machines including lathes, milling and precision grinding machines.
Graduates will be skillful in the fusing of metals using prescribed welding applications and be able to recognize defective welds, know the cause and proper procedure for the repair of the defective area. They will be able to execute assigned tasks in accordance with production standards required by industry.
This course is designed to cover the range of skills required to maintain or renovate commercial and residential properties. It offers comprehensive training in the Construction Trades using hands-on approach. This course targets persons wishing to enter the construction industry but who may have very little, if any, experience in the field.
This course is tailored for the working professional who requires an industry recognized qualification to their industry work experience. Only experienced rig personnel who can duly demonstrate their competence would qualify for this program. A comprehensive baseline assessment would be conducted as a pre-requisite for acceptance into this accelerated program. A three (3) pre-qualification series consisting of introductory programmes would be available for applicants without exemplifying qualifications.
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