Hydrogen technology holds many opportunities for the future, but we know there are also challenges which is why we’ve created a 5-part hydrogen training course.
This virtual classroom course will provide a comprehensive introduction to hydrogen, hydrogen technologies and associated hazards, as well as protective measures and occupational health and safety in connection with hydrogen.
Hydrogen Systems: Failures, Damage Mechanisms and Material is the third module of our five-part training system for safe and proper handling of hydrogen. Depending on the tasks you carry out in dealing with hydrogen systems, our modular five-part training system will provide you with exactly the knowledge you need.
This course is specially designed for professionals and managers who wish to gain knowledge and understanding of hydrogen technologies, dangers of hydrogen, and protective measures.
In this course you will gain following key benefits:
The course includes an examination.
TÜV SÜD additionally offers the opportunity to deliver this training as a dedicated in-house course, delivered solely to your organisation to meet your needs and requirements. To receive a quote and find out more information, please contact us at [email protected].
Aidan White, Engineer in the Clean Fuels Team, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory
Aidan is an engineer in the Clean Fuels team at TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory where he focusses on the flow measurement challenges for clean fuels (specifically hydrogen). His latest work includes the design of a new gas flow primary standard facility that will allow calibration of sonic nozzles in hydrogen at pressures up to 120 bar and flow rates up to 100 Sm3/h.
Dr. Mahdi Sadri, Clean Fuels Consultant - Research and Development, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory
Mahdi is focused mainly on the field of energy and fluid flow. He has a BSc and MSc in Petroleum Engineering and a PhD in Fluid Flow and Flow Metering. He joined TÜV SÜD in January 2022 after working as a postdoctoral researcher in two positions at the University of Aberdeen and Coventry University. revious roles involved carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and multi-phase flow.