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August 2022

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Level 1

$99

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✔️ Quizzes with Over 2000 Practice Questions 

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✔️ 2 Months Full Access

❌ Explanation for all answers including math solutions, code table reference solutions, and codes paragraphs and page numbers

❌ Code Trainings Covering all Exam Material

❌ Over 2500 Flashcards

❌ 4 Complete timed API 510 Practice Exams

❌ Course Certification with 80 hrs of Professional Development

Email Instructor Support

❌ Over 98% Pass Rate

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Level 2

$199

Mid Level

✔️ Quizzes with Over 2000 Practice Questions

✔️ Instant Test Feedback

✔️ 4 Months Full Access

✔️ Explanation for all answers including math solutions, code table reference solutions, and codes paragraphs and page numbers

❌ Code Trainings Covering all Exam Material

❌ Over 2500 Flashcards

❌ 4 Complete timed API 510 Practice Exams

❌ Course Certification with 80 hrs of Professional Development

❌ Email Instructor Support

❌ Over 98% Pass Rate

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Level 3

$399

Most Advanced and Comprehensive

✔️ Quizzes with Over 2000 Practice Questions

✔️ Instant Test Feedback

✔️ 6 Months Full Access

✔️ Explanation for all answers including math solutions, code table reference solutions, and codes paragraphs and page numbers

✔️ Code Trainings Covering all Exam Material

✔️ Over 2500 Flashcards

✔️ 4 Complete timed API 510 Practice Exams

✔️ Course Certification with 80 hrs of Professional Development

✔️ Email Instructor Support

✔️ Over 98% Pass Rate 

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The content of these courses has been made based on API 510 Exam Publications Effectivity Sheet for exams on May 2021, September 2021, and January 2022, as below:

API 510, Pressure Vessel Inspection Code: Maintenance Inspection, Rating, Repair, and Alteration, 10th Edition,
May 2014 with Addendum 1, May 2017 and Addendum 2, March 2018.

API Recommended Practice 571, Damage Mechanisms Affecting Fixed Equipment in the Refining Industry, 3rd edition, March 2020.

API Recommended Practice 572, Inspection of Pressure Vessels, 4th Edition, December 2016.

API Recommended Practice 576, Inspection of Pressure-Relieving Devices, 4th Edition, April 2017.

API Recommended Practice 577, Welding Inspection and Metallurgy, 2nd Edition, December 2013.

API Recommended Practice 578, Guidelines for a Material Verification Program (MVP) for New and Existing Assets, 3rd edition, February 2018. 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, 2019 edition, including: 

i. Section V, Nondestructive Examination, Articles 1, 2, 6, 7 and 23 (Section SE-797 only). 

ii. Section VIII, Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Division 1; Introduction (U), UG, UW, UCS, Appendices 1-4, 6, 8 and 12. 

iii. Section IX, Qualification Standard for Welding, Brazing and Fusion Procedures; Welders; Brazers; and Welding, Brazing and Fusing Operators, (Welding only).

 

Please be advised that the online courses here do not have any return policy due to the nature of the online course materials which are downloadable and we do not have any control over the materials that have been downloaded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

RBI Clue® API 510 Level 3 Course

1. Course Description

Our online API 510 exam prep course level 3 is the easiest and least expensive way to prepare you for the certification exam. This course is superior to conventional classroom training and is the best option for those who are busy everyday with work or do not want to take some time off and go to classrooms, especially during covid-19.

This training is self-paced, which means you can stop and start whenever you like. You can pick back up where you left off because the stopping point is bookmarked. You can repeat the course or just the lessons that you would like to repeat. You will never be rushed, and you will never be slowed down.

2. Course Design

This online course will teach you how to navigate within the required Code documents, which is an essential skill to answer questions accurately and in a timely fashion. It also contains explanatory lessons to assist with the contents and use of the various codes and recommended practices.

 There are 1500 simulation questions throughout the course along with 4 final exams. These tests are very important because they will help you become familiar with the kind of questions that will be asked on the actual exam. Those 4 simulation exams are very helpful in letting you know how well prepared you are. All questions and answers have been made and reviewed by a Senior Inspection Engineer.

3. Pass Rate

Over 98% of our level 3 online course students pass the API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspection Exam successfully.

Our online training material is designed to maximize your exam prep efficiency and help you pass the test on the first try.

Of course it needs your commitment and study in order to succeed but our past experience has shown us that all our students are professionals who have that level of commitment to go through the course content and utilize this effective tool properly.

4. Instructor Support

While the course level 3 is a self study program, course participants are fully supported by the instructor and will be assisted with any questions they may have, as they work through the course material.

The instructor will be available for one-on-one assistance and discussion by email, and if needed by any other online platform for conversation regarding the course. 

We are active on 5 different social platforms as well as our website and we will keep an eye on your messages and emails. 

 

 5. Course Topics

Online Lessons in level 3 course cover all Body of Knowledge exam topics in detail, including step-by-step math and table solutions.

Topics Covered in level 3 course are as follows:

API 510 Code, API RP 571, API RP 572, API RP 576, API RP 577, API RP 578, ASME Section V, ASME Section IX, and ASME Section VIII.

Eventually, you will see practice exam section which includes 4 practice exams with self-assessment in both closed book and open book formats instructionally designed to prepare you for the exam.

6. Course Length

The whole content of level 3 course takes between 80 to 120 hours to complete. The actual time required may vary depending on your educational background and work experience.

The course is available for 180 days after purchase but we can make exceptions for those who contact us and ask to extend it for another limited time with good reason. 

This is because we believe that when you are training for the 510 inspection exam, you should not be under pressure to rush through the course that is supposed to be helping you prepare for it.

 

7. Certificate & Credits

Upon completion of this course, a digital certification of completion will be issued to you and you will receive it in your email right away.  

Completion of the online content, in full, will allow individuals to earn 80 professional development hours (PDHs).

The professional development hours can be used for any recertification requiring professional development.

 

Who Should Attend

These courses are online self study exam preparation courses specifically designed to assist those who are planning on writing the API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector examination.

 

Required Code Documents

Exam candidates are responsible for obtaining the documents listed on the API ICP Effectivity Sheet. Ensure that the exam documents you use for exam preparation are identical to those listed in the API 510 ICP Effectivity Sheet.
These codes and standards can be purchased from several sources online. They are referred to as API exam packs. You can purchase the API 510 exam packs here.



Notice and Disclaimer for API training students

Registration in this course does not register an individual for the actual API ICP examination. This must be done through API website at www.api.org. API expects all examination candidates to have relatively broad experience and knowledge prior to attempting this examination. If you have any questions regarding your suitability and chances of success in writing this challenging examination, please contact RBIClue and we will discuss your specific situation and give you recommendations on courses and training that will suit your specific goals and circumstances.

 


API 510 Certification

 

Who is this API 510 Certificate for?

All Corrosion Engineers, Integrity Engineers, Welding Engineers, RBI Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Pressure Vessels/Piping/Tanks/Boilers Inspectors and every other inspection professional.


Are You Qualified To Take The API 510 Exam?

The minimum qualification requirements for API 510 Pressure Vessel inspector certification are based on the combination of education and experience related to pressure vessels. This experience must have been acquired within the last 10 years while employed by, or under contract with, an authorized inspection agency as defined in API 510.


You want to study For the exam?

API Authorized Pressure Vessel Inspectors must have a broad knowledge base relating to maintenance, inspection, repair, and alteration of pressure vessels. The API Authorized Pressure Vessel Inspector Certification Examination is designed to determine if individuals have such knowledge.

 

What topics you need to cover?

The following is a list of specific topics in which the API Authorized Pressure Vessel Inspector should be knowledgeable.
A. API Publications including
- API 510, Pressure Vessel Inspection Code,
- API RP 571, Damage Mechanisms Affecting Equipment in Refining Industry,
- API RP 572, Inspection of Pressure Vessels including Annex B, (all other Annexes are excluded),
- API RP 576, Inspection of Pressure-Relieving Devices,
- API RP 577, Welding Inspection and Metallurgy,

- API RP 578, Material Verification Program for New and Existing Alloy Piping Systems.


B. ASME Publications are including:
- Section V, Nondestructive Examination,
- Section VIII, Division 1, Rules for Constructing Pressure Vessels,
- Section IX, Qualification Standard for Welding, Brazing and Fusion Procedures; Welders; Brazers; and Welding, Brazing and Fusing Operators.


What is the exam structure?

The API 510 exam day is 7.5 hours long - a short tutorial session, 2.75 hours for the closed-book portion, a 45-minute lunch break and 3.75 hours for the open-book portion. There are 170 questions on the exam, of which only 140 are scored. The remaining are pretest questions. There are 110 closed-book questions and 60 open-book questions.
What is API 510 code?
covers the in-service inspection, repair, alteration, and rerating activities for pressure vessels and the pressure-relieving devices protecting these vessels. This inspection code applies to all hydrocarbon and chemical process vessels that have been placed in service unless specifically excluded per 1.2.2; but it could also be applied to process vessels in other industries at owner/user discretion. This includes:
a) vessels constructed in accordance with an applicable construction code [e.g. ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (ASME Code)];
b) vessels constructed without a construction code (non-code vessels)—a vessel not fabricated to a recognized construction code and meeting no known recognized standard;
c) vessels constructed and approved as jurisdictional special based upon jurisdiction acceptance of particular design, fabrication, inspection, testing, and installation;
d) nonstandard vessels—a vessel fabricated to a recognized construction code but has lost its nameplate or stamping.


References:

- API 510 Code
- https://www.api.org

 

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