Classroom Class


RO Class Apr 4-Apr 8, 2022

Date: Monday, April 4, 2022 to Friday, April 8, 2022
Venue:   Columbus, OH United States  Get Directions
Tuition: $950.00
Seats Available: 32

The redesigned  Boiler and Pressure Vessel Repair Seminar continues to focus on organizations preparing to perform repairs and/or alterations in accordance with Part 3 of the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC), and now includes extended sessions on ASME Code calculations and alteration plans.

Students begin with a review of the National Board accreditation process in its entirety, including an overvie of the NBIC. A follow-up workshop provides detailed information on the application process, completion of Qualification Review Reports (QRRs), Quality Control programs, and QC manuals.

Next, is a step-by-step through the repair process. Instructors guide students through a repair and alteration beginning with determining the scope of the repair/alteration and closing with the final stamping and proper documentation needed.

This training has been redesigned to be conducted by instructors in a remote classroom setting. Class is held Monday - Friday between 12:30 - 4:30 pm Eastern each day. This new format allows students to split their time between work and class each day.

Learning Outcomes

After completing this seminar, students will be able to:
  • Describe the National Board Accreditation Program
  • Properly complete the necessary forms and applications
  • Describe the process to obtain and/or renew an “R” Stamp
  • Assess materials and material control
  • Evaluate repair plans
  • Perform design and alteration calculation analysis
  • Evaluate welding (WPSs, PQRs, WPQs, and SWPs)
  • Explain stamping and registration
Related Document:  Seminar Agenda

Seminar Reference Materials

Each student is required to bring the following materials (currently mandated edition) to class:
  • ASME Section IX, Welding and Brazing Qualifications
  • National Board Inspection Code (NBIC), Part 3, Repairs and Alterations
Note: ASME Codes and Standards may be ordered through the ASME Web site.

Criteria for Completion

To receive a Certificate of Completion students must:
  • be in attendance* every day, and
  • actively participate in classroom activities and discussions.