API Specification Q2 Fundamentals and Practitioner Training course

API SPECIFICATION Q2 SECOND EDITION, JULY 2021, EFFECTIVE DATE: JANUARY 2022 - Quality Management System Requirements for Service Supply Organizations for the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries

API SPECIFICATION Q2 SECOND EDITION, JULY 2021, EFFECTIVE DATE: JANUARY 2022 - Quality Management System Requirements for Service Supply Organizations for the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries

about the course

 

API Specification Q2, Specification for Quality Management System Requirements for Service Supply Organizations for the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries, establishes the quality system requirements necessary for service supply organizations to consistently and reliably provide services that meet customer, legal, and other applicable requirements. This specification applies to service-related activities in oil and gas well construction, intervention, production, and abandonment, as well as repair, maintenance, and configuration of service-related product. API Q2 does not apply to the API Monogram Program or any product that is identified by license as eligible for marking with the API Monogram.

The API Spec. Q2 2nd Edition Training Course is  4 days for Practitioner and 2 ½ days for Fundamental course cover topics - management system requirements. Normative references, Terms, Definitions, Abbreviations, and Acronyms, Quality Management System (QMS) Requirements, Management Responsibility, Organization Capability, Documentation Requirements, Control of Records, Realization of Service and Service-related Product, Contract Review, Risk Assessment and Management, Design and Development of Service, Contingency Planning, Purchasing controls, Execution of Service and related operational controls, Control of Testing, Measuring, Monitoring, and Detection Equipment (TMMDE), Service Performance Validation, Control of Nonconformities, Management of Change (MOC), QMS Monitoring, Measurement, Analysis, and Improvement, Internal audits and Management review meeting, Improvements.

TUV SUD is an approved American Petroleum Institute Training provider (API U provider).  

API Q1 Fundamentals Course – 2.5 Days - Covers All the 6 clauses of  API Q2  2nd  Edition, It has a continuous assessment throughout the course, Fundamentals Certificate will be issued to the participant once  you pass the continuous assessments, This course is approved by API U.

API Q1 Practitioner Course – 4 Days - Covers All the 6 clauses of  API Q2  2nd  Edition, In addition Execution of Service—Service Quality Plans, Risk Assessment and Management, Contingency Plans, Management of Change in detail. It has an Objective type assessment at the end of the course You can get a Practitioner certificate if you pass the exam (Pass mark - 80% score) and a Fundamentals certificate if you are not able to make it. This course is approved by API U

API U Approved provider API Specification Q2 Fundamentals attendance certificate will be issued for participants who attend the fundamental training completely

API U Approved Provider API Specification Q2 Practitioner Certificate will be issued for participants who complete the attendance of training and pass the objective examination.

 

WHat will you learn from the course?

There are 11 modules which covers

Section I (Fundamentals -( 2 ½ Days) -  (1 to 7)  Modules.

  • Importance of API Spec Q2 to the Industry
  • Overview and Exclusions
  • Quality Management System Requirements
  • Realization of Service and SRP
  • Quality Management System Measurement, Analysis, and Improvement
  • Course recap: Section II (Only for the Practitioner course – 4 days) In addition to above 7 Modules the below modules will be covered.
  • Execution of Service—Service Quality Plans
  • Risk Assessment & Management
  • Contingency Plans
  • Management of Change
  • Exam- Multiple choice (50 questions).

What is the course methodology?

  • Group discussions,
  • Group Exercise,
  • Practical exam (Case study),
  • Brain Storming,
  • Live Discussions,
  • Exercises,
  • Sharing Practical Experiences.

Who should take the course?

This course is designed for:

  • Oil & Gas Industry service providers
  • Oil & Gas Industry operators
  • Quality System Auditors,
  • Quality Assurance Personnel and Management Representatives, Well – site service providers, Personnel involved in Supplier Evaluation Activities, Oil Company Personnel involved with Specifying Equipment Requirements.
  • This course is ideal for both newcomers and those already familiar with similar management system documents, such as API Spec Q1 and ISO 9001:2015. Course topics primarily include sections: (4) Quality Management System Requirements; (5) Service Execution; and (6) Quality Management System Monitoring, Measurement, Analysis and Improvement. Particular key areas of study include the following: Terms, Normative references, Th e “process approach” to quality management, Quality objectives, Management responsibility, Competency requirements, Control of documents, Risk assessment and management, Service design, Contingency planning, Calibration, accuracy vs. minimum test pressures , Management of Change (MOC), Customer satisfaction process, Internal audits, Corrective action and root cause analysis

Who is the course advisor?

Parthiban Venugopal – API - Approved Trainer - API Specification Q1 Fundamentals and Practitioner Training.

Educational Qualification – BE (Production Engineer).

IRCA Approved Lead Auditor & Trainer for  QMS (ISO 9001:2015), EMS (ISO 14001:2015), OHSMS (ISO 45001:2018), ENMS - ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (ISO 50001:2018, BCMS (Security and Resilience/ Business Continuity Management Systems).

 

  • What are the benefits of enrolling in this course?
    • Be able to identify the scope of API Spec Q2
    • Be able to identify what an allowable exclusion is in API Spec Q2
    • Be able to understand audit criteria using the requirements found in the API Q2 specification
    • For operators and service providers to understand the application of API Spec Q2
    • Able to realize the Importance of API Spec Q2 to the industry.
    • Quality Management System Requirements
    • Realization of Service and SRP
    • QMS Measurement, Analysis and Improvement
    • To minimize the likelihood of nonconformity in the execution of a service
    • To provide the minimum requirements for the development of a quality management system
    • To emphasize defect prevention
    • To minimize variation and waste
    • To provide for continual improvement
    • To promote reliability in service supply organizations for petroleum and natural gas industries.
    • Consistency of service products.
    • Minimized risk through identification planning and controls.
    • Consistent internal and external communication and information flow between service providers and their employees, as well as between service providers and their customers.
    • Reduction in NPT and service-related product (SRP) failures
    • Identification of critical tasks that impact quality, safety and the environment and their respective controls.
    • To perform audits using the requirements found in the API Spec Q2 specification.
    • For operators and service providers to understand application of API Spec Q2 specification.
    • Improvement in efficiency.

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