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Information Security : All Employees Bundle
Human Logic
1 hr 35 mins
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Course OverviewWhen we talk about information security for end users, we’re referring to the type that needs to be focused on employees whom hackers may target. Basically, anyone with an Internet connection can inadvertently provide access to your company’s sensitive information if they are not trained to do otherwise.In this course you will learn about Access Control Systems, Assets Management, Awareness and Training, Compliance, General Guidelines, IS Security Incident Management, Physical and Environmental Security, Financial Phishing, Reset Password Over Phone, Storing Company Data on Personal External Drives in detail.  Target AudienceInformation Security Learning ObjectivesUse assigned privileges, to conduct authorized activitiesProtect your access credentialsChange your password, as per InfoSec mandate, and adhere to the complexity requirementSupport maintenance of Information asset inventory (Digital and Physical)Classify and label the assets as per policyProtect assets from unauthorized accessSupport maintenance of Information asset inventory (Digital and Physical)Classify and label the assets as per policyProtect assets from unauthorized accessUnderstand the importance of Information Security Awareness and Training programs in identifying and preventing breaches of information securityUnderstand and adhere to legislative statutory, regulatory, and contractual requirements as per Information Security standards availableUnderstand and conform to the Performance Evaluation policy and associated controlsReview reported incidents and take suitable corrective & preventive measures. Encourage staff members to report incidentCreate awareness among staff members based on lessons learnt from incidents and advise them on good and ethical security practicesUnderstand and Conform to the Physical and Environmental Security policy and associated controlsReducing the Financial DamagesAvoiding the DamageProtect the information against external or internal threatsClassify the information according to its criticality to protect it against unauthorized modifications or disclosureRestrict users to use unathorised devices in organization computers/laptops. 
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Information Security: IT Policy Makers Bundle
Human Logic
1 hr 20 mins
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Course OverviewInformation security policy makers are the one who will make a set of policies in a organization to ensure that all information technology users within the domain of the organization or its networks comply with rules and guidelines related to the security of the information stored digitally at any point in the network or within the organization's boundaries of authority.Every organization needs to protect its data and also control how it should be distributed both within and without the organizational boundaries. This may mean that information may have to be encrypted, authorized through a third party or institution and may have restrictions placed on its distribution with reference to a classification system laid out in the information security policy. Target AudienceInformation Security Learning ObjectivesDefine roles and responsibilities for granting and denying access and privilegesAuthorize access & privilege requirementsMonitor access and usage of business information and applicationsDefine access review and revocation criteria/period, and ensure no unauthorized access is providedApplications that support service delivery, technology/Infrastructure (Server/Devices/Equipment) assets that run/host the applicationData/Information (physical & digital) being consumed, used, processed, stored, shared, delivered, and/or deletedPersons/human-resources involved in the delivery of service and ownership of Information assets (softcopy & hardcopy)Ensure acceptable use of assets by end usersEnsure that information assets are classified and labeledIdentify and enforce data retention requirements for digital & physical information, control/limit removable media access and shall take appropriate measures to secure data/informationEstablish an Information Security (IS) Awareness and Training policyEstablish roles and responsibilities of providers and recipients of IS awareness and training activitiesIdentify information security compliance policies and demandsUnderstand the importance of Non-Disclosure Agreements for an organizationUnderstand roles and responsibilities of mid-management in establishing and meeting the information security objectivesReview reported incidents and take suitable corrective & preventive measures. Encourage staff members to report incidentCreate awareness among staff members based on lessons learnt from incidents and advise them on good and ethical security practicesEnsure implementation of Physical and Environmental Security policy and associated controlsReducing the Financial DamagesAvoiding the DamageProtect the information against external or internal threatsClassify the information according to its criticality to protect it against unauthorized modifications or disclosureRestrict users to use unathorised devices in organization computers/laptops.
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Information Security: Senior Management Bundle
Human Logic
40 mins
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Course OverviewFor senior management executives, information security is a basic requirement for business success. Yet, despite being well-motivated, top managers often have only a superficial understanding of information security, which may lead them to make decisions that are not conducive to raising the organization's security level. Enhancing information security awareness among all employees has been found necessary, but the key to success is raising the awareness level of senior management. Playing a decisive role, they must assume overall responsibility for information security. The question is how to achieve this in an efficient and natural way.In this course you will learn about Awareness and Training, Entity Context and Leadership, Information Security Risk Management, IS Continuity Management, Financial Phishing, Reset Password Over Phone, Storing Company Data on Personal External Drives in details explanation.  Target AudienceInformation Security Learning ObjectivesUnderstand the importance of formal, documented Trainings and Awareness programsReview/Approve policy and associated controls for conducting required regular trainings within the companyEncourage/support adaption of security culture, and mandate periodic security awareness & workshopsUnderstand the function of Information Security CommitteeUnderstand the role and contribution of the senior management in the establishment, implementation, maintenance and continual improvement of information security in the entityUnderstand role of senior management in establishing and reviewing the Risk Management activitiesUnderstand the assessment of risk posture to decide on technology/service (consultancy) initiativesTo counteract interruptions to business activities and to protect critical business processes from the effects of major failures of information systems or disasters and to ensure their timely resumptionEnable establishment of the business continuity policy and associated controlsReview and guide the testing of Business Continuity PlansUnderstand the necessary support, resources needed to sustain identified services/operationsReducing the Financial DamagesAvoiding the DamageProtect the information against external or internal threatsClassify the information according to its criticality to protect it against unauthorized modifications or disclosureRestrict users to use unathorised devices in organization computers/laptops.
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Information Security Bundle
Human Logic
3 hrs 35 mins
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Course OverviewThis course covers the essential working practices and guidelines to help you protect your information and identity confidently.Information Security is one of several business risks that management must address as part of its day-to-day responsibilities.The simplest and most efficient solution to avoiding a major incident is incorporating information security into the day-to-day operations of the institution and making it part of the culture. When it comes to information security, what you don't know can hurt you and your organization. Employees must understand what's at risk, how information is protected and what their institutions or agencies are doing to maintain regulatory compliance. Target AudienceInformation Security Learning ObjectivesUse assigned privileges, to conduct authorized activities, Protect your access credentials, Change your password, as per InfoSec mandate, and adhere to the complexity requirement, Support maintenance of Information asset inventory (Digital and Physical), Classify and label the assets as per policy, Protect assets from unauthorized accessUnderstand the importance of Information Security Awareness and Training programs in identifying and preventing breaches of information security, Understand and adhere to legislative statutory, regulatory, and contractual requirements as per Information Security standards availableUnderstand and conform to the Performance Evaluation policy and associated controls, Review reported incidents and take suitable corrective & preventive measures, Encourage staff members to report incident, Create awareness among staff members based on lessons learnt from incidents and advise them on good and ethical security practicesUnderstand and Conform to the Physical and Environmental Security policy and associated controls, Reducing the Financial Damages, Avoiding the Damage, Protect the information against external or internal threats, Classify the information according to its criticality to protect it against unauthorized modifications or disclosure,Restrict users to use unathorised devices in organization computers/laptopsDefine roles and responsibilities for granting and denying access and privileges, Authorize access & privilege requirements, Monitor access and usage of business information and applications, Define access review and revocation criteria/period, and ensure no unauthorized access is provided Applications that support service delivery, technology/Infrastructure (Server/Devices/Equipment) assets that run/host the application, Data/Information (physical & digital) being consumed, used, processed, stored, shared, delivered, and/or deleted, Persons/human-resources involved in the delivery of service and ownership of Information assets (softcopy & hardcopy), Ensure acceptable use of assets by end usersEnsure that information assets are classified and labeled, Identify and enforce data retention requirements for digital & physical information, control/limit removable media access and shall take appropriate measures to secure data/information."Establish an Information Security (IS) Awareness and Training policy, Establish roles and responsibilities of providers and recipients of IS awareness and training activities, Identify information security compliance policies and demandsUnderstand the importance of Non-Disclosure Agreements for an organization, Understand roles and responsibilities of mid-management in establishing and meeting the information security objectivesReview reported incidents and take suitable corrective & preventive measures. Encourage staff members to report incident, Create awareness among staff members based on lessons learnt from incidents and advise them on good and ethical security practices, Ensure implementation of Physical and Environmental Security policy and associated controlsUnderstand the importance of formal, documented Trainings and Awareness programs, Review/Approve policy and associated controls for conducting required regular trainings within the company, Encourage/support adaption of security culture, and mandate periodic security awareness & workshopsUnderstand the function of Information Security Committee, Understand the role and contribution of the senior management in the establishment, implementation, maintenance and continual improvement of information security in the entityUnderstand role of senior management in establishing and reviewing the Risk Management activities, Understand the assessment of risk posture to decide on technology/service (consultancy) initiativesTo counteract interruptions to business activities and to protect critical business processes from the effects of major failures of information systems or disasters and to ensure their timely resumption, Enable establishment of the business continuity policy and associated controlsReview and guide the testing of Business Continuity Plans, Understand the necessary support, resources needed to sustain identified services/operations. 
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Valves
Human Logic
4 hrs 33 mins
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Course OverviewIndustrial valves are one of the important pieces of capital equipment. Valves can be used in pressures from vacuum to over 13,000 psi or 897 bar and thus find wide application across domains from manufacturing to even construction. This module covers the domestic and industrial applications of valves, various components, working principles, and types of valves used in process industry. Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectiveRecognize different types of valves and their applications in daily life.Explain the basic components of a valve.List types of valves used in the process industry.Describe valve design.Explain the different components of a valve.Describe their working principle.List their typical applications.Describe valve characteristics with respect to pressure and flow.List their advantages and disadvantages.Explain how to diagnose a problem with these valves and derive a solution.Explain the different components of the plug valve, needle valve and cock valve.Describe the working principle of these types of valves.List their typical applications.List the advantages and disadvantages of these valves.Explain how to troubleshoot these valves.Identify Diaphragm Valve, Butterfly Valve and Ball Valve.Explain the different components of Diaphragm valve, Butterfly valve and Ball valve.Describe the working principle of these valves.List the typical applications of Diaphragm valve, Butterfly valve and Ball valve.Describe the valve characteristics with respect to pressure and flow.List the advantages and disadvantages of these valves.Explain how to troubleshoot the problems faced with Diaphragm valve, Butterfly valve and Ball valve.Explain the different components of rotary valve, 3-way valve, and check valve.Describe their working principle.List their typical applications.Describe valve characteristics with respect to pressure and flow.List their advantages and disadvantages.Explain how to troubleshoot these valves.Explain the different components of the pressure relief valve, pressure safety valve, and vacuum relief valve.Describe the key components of each valve.Explain the working principle of each valve.List the typical applications of each valve.List the advantages and disadvantages.Describe the troubleshooting.Describe rupture discs.Explain what dampers are; Describe guide vanes.Describe the components of Motor Operated Actuator and Pneumatic Actuator.Explain the functioning of Motor Operated Actuator and Pneumatic Actuator.Explain valve maintenance procedures.Describe the components of hydraulic actuator and solenoid actuator.Explain the functioning of hydraulic actuator and solenoid actuator.Describe the operation of valves.
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Steam Turbines
Human Logic
4 hrs 31 mins
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Course OverviewSteam turbines find applications in most of the rotating equipment in industrial settings, such as power generators in the power plant compressors, expanders, blowers, fans, pumps, etc. They are the prime movers driving the generators at both thermal and nuclear power plants as well as large ships. This module covers attempts to describe the necessity, working, and applications of steam turbines by discussing the various parts used to set them up. Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectiveDefine a steam turbine.Explain the purpose of steam turbines.Explain the working principle of steam turbines.Explain the various types of steam turbines.Explain the general phenomenon related to steam turbines.Explain the key components required to set up a steam turbine.Explain the common problems of the steam turbine and their troubleshooting.Explain the different alarms, interlocks and safety devices required for turbine.Identify all turbines on PFD and on P & ID.Explain the general and petrochemical industry specific applications of steam turbines.Identify the terms i.e. Pitting, Hammering, Fouling, Surge, Start-up curve.Explain the term offline and online washing methodology.Explain the key safety hazards and precautions while working around steam turbines.Explain turbine grounding.Explain Turbine warming up, Pre-start checks of a turbine, Isolation and operating procedures for a turbine, Turbine speed controls.Describe line-up, start-up and shut-down procedure of turbine.
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Process Equipment
Human Logic
5 hrs 11 mins
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Course OverviewIntroduction to Process EquipmentStorage Vessels – IntroductionStorage Vessels – TypesStorage Vessels – Safety Considerations of a TankStorage Vessels – Columns and Reactors – An OverviewInternalsDrumsConveyorsWaste Disposal SystemHeat Exchangers – An OverviewHeat Exchangers – TroubleshootingFired EquipmentFlare Systems – An OverviewZero FlaringFlare Systems – HazardsFilters and Strainers Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectiveDescribe the purpose of process equipment in the process industry.Explain the various types of process equipment.Explain the purpose of storage vessels.Recognize the safety considerations of a tank.Explain the purpose and different applications of vessels and towers used in the process industries.Explain the different constructions and the operating principles of vessels and towers used in the process industries.Describe Columns and Reactors; Describe the types of Reactors.Explain the functioning of Reactors.Describe the process of Continuous Catalyst Regeneration.Recognize different internals requirements.Explain the type of internals inside the column/reactor.Describe the types of drums.Explain the functioning of drums.Describe the conveyors used in process industries.Describe the waste disposal system.Identify different purposes and types of heat exchangers on plant and P&ID.Explain the function of the different types of heat exchangers.Describe the parameters that affect heat exchanger performance.Explain the troubleshooting for heat exchanger.Describe the various fired equipment used in petrochemical plants.Describe the mechanism of the fired equipment.State the purpose of flare systems.Identify the functions of components of flare system.List the types of flare stacks.Explain the flare system process.Explain the concept and methods of zero flaring.Describe the advantages of zero flaring.Explain the reasons for continuous purging of flare system.Describe hazards associated with flare systems.Explain the difference between operational flaring and emergency flaring.Recognize the importance of filters and strainers in process industry.Identify the different types of filters and strainers.List the functions of filters and strainers.List the reasons of underperformance of filters and strainers.List the hazards associated with filters and strainers.
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Piping and Associated Systems
Human Logic
4 hrs 22 mins
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Course OverviewFrom bringing water over long distances into our homes and taking wet waste out through sewage systems to storage and transport of crude oil and gases, just about all industries require the knowledge of good pipe design and application. This includes having awareness of the principles that underlie pipe design and the auxiliary systems that complete a piping structure. This module deals with exactly that. Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectiveDefine a piping system and an associated system.Identify the components of a piping system.List the types of piping systems according to the materials of construction and their advantages.Define a flange.Explain the importance of flanges.List different types of flanges.Explain the different types of flanges used in the piping industry.Describe the various parameters for selection of the pipes.Define a gasket.List and explain types of gaskets.List the applications of gaskets.Describe various types of drains in piping systems.Explain the necessity of drains and their importance in process plants.Describe the importance of vents.Identify the different types of vents used in piping systems.Explain different types of piping flange components.Describe the use of the expansion bellow.Its importance in process plants.Types of expansion bellows.Explain various types of trace heating, its importance, and applications.Understand piping insulation and its purpose.Explain the safety and inspection requirements for pipe racks.Describe what are utility service points.Describe hoses.Explain types of hoses.Describe the construction of hoses.List the couplings in hoses.Explain the grounding in hoses.
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Petrochemical Fundamentals
Human Logic
3 hrs 30 mins
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Course OverviewFragrances, cosmetics, pharmaceutical drugs, packaging, bottles, marine fuel oil, petroleum, etc., are just a minute fraction of the enormous number of useful products made possible by the petrochemical industry. This module introduces learners to hydrocarbons and feedstocks and explains the petrochemical industry value chain. It also details the different product derivatives from each building block such as ethylene to polyethylene, PVS, ethylene glycol, styrene, etc. Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectivesExplain the importance of petrochemicals in real life.Explain the Value Chain in Petrochemical industry.List the various types of feedstock.Describe how fossil fuel is used as a source of feedstock to produce petrochemicals.Explain how renewable resources are used as a source of a feedstock to produce petrochemicals.Explain how coal can be used as a source to produce petrochemical to Olefin.Describe petrochemicals as building blocks.Explain different petrochemical processes used in petrochemical industries.Describe the different product derivatives from each building block of petrochemicals.Describe polyethylene.Identify applications of polyethylene.Describe polypropylene.Identify the applications of polypropylene.Describe ethylene glycol.Identify applications of ethylene glycol.Explain polystyrene applications with examples.Describe the paraxylene.Identify applications of paraxylene.Describe the potential hazards related to petrochemical industry.Explain about Global Market of petrochemicals and GCC Share.
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Compressors
Human Logic
5 hrs 15 mins
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Course OverviewImagining a world of travel these days is almost impossible without the inclusion of airplanes. And imagining a home without a refrigerator seems equally implausible. The experiences we afford from these tools are owed immensely to the compressor working hard behind the scenes. Compressors also find application in gas transport and compression of intermediate and end product gases. This module describes the various types of compressors of the process industry, their components, and the principles behind their working. Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectivesExplain the purpose of compressors in the process industry.Describe the different types of compressors used in the process industry.Explain the principle of lobe compressors.Describe the key components of lobe compressors.Explain the associated advantages and disadvantages.Describe their applications.Explain the troubleshooting of some common problems.Explain the principle of screw compressors.Describe the key components of these compressors.Explain the associated advantages and disadvantages.Describe their applications.Describe the troubleshooting of some common problems.Explain the principle of liquid ring compressors.Describe their key components.Explain the advantages and disadvantages.Describe the applications of these compressors.Explain the troubleshooting of some common problems.Describe the key components of the scroll compressor.Explain its working principle.Explain the advantages and disadvantages of scroll compressors.Describe the applications of these compressors.Explain the troubleshooting of some common problems.Explain the principle of Vane Compressors.Describe the key components.Explain the associated advantages and disadvantages.Describe the applications of Vane Compressors.Explain the troubleshooting of some common problems in Vane Compressors.Describe the key components of piston compressors.Explain their working principles.Explain the advantages and disadvantages.Describe the applications of Piston Compressors.Explain the troubleshooting of some common problems in Piston Compressors.Describe the key components of diaphragm Compressors.Explain the principle of diaphragm Compressors.Explain the advantages and disadvantages of diaphragm Compressors.Describe the applications of diaphragm Compressors.Explain the troubleshooting of some common problems in diaphragm Compressors.Describe the principle of centrifugal compressors.Explain their different applications.Describe the troubleshooting of some common problems.Explain associated advantages and disadvantages.Explain the principle of axial compressors.Describe the key components.Explain the advantages and disadvantages of these compressors.Describe their applications.Explain the troubleshooting of some common problemsList the advantages and disadvantages of various types of compressors.
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Basic Instrumentation
Human Logic
12 hrs 1 min
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Course OverviewIn a chemical plant, it is imperative to monitor the fluid levels in the tanks and vessels because they supply the reaction material; and hold the finished product and their intermediates. The consequences of wastage and damage can be dire should levels go unmonitored. The efficient functioning of an industrial plant will involve, at some point in the process, the careful control and measurement of four parameters: temperature, level, flow and pressure. This module explains the underlying physical principles of these parameters and how the principles can be exploited to keep plants functioning at their safest and optimum best. Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectivesDescribe the importance of temperature, pressure, level and flow instrumentsExplain the terms related to process parameters, pressure and vacuum gauges, level measurement, temperature measurement, flow measurementIdentify the characteristics of measurementsDescribe pressure measuring devicesIdentify various types of flow measuring devicesExplain the process of measurement by using measuring devicesDescribe the working principles of magnetic speed measuring devicesDescribe vibration, actuators and its related termsExplain the function of final control elementDescribe various types of control valvesDescribe common types of analyzersDescribe the working principle of Gas Chromatography AnalyzerExplain the purpose of analyzer house.
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Motors
Human Logic
6 hrs 21 mins
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Course OverviewMost of the electric appliances around us have an electric motor inside them. For example, they are used in Hoover Dam Hydroelectric plants, in wind farm power generation, watches, boats, jet engines, etc. In the petrochemical industry, motors are important because they provide rotational force or energy to the parts of equipment thus enabling effective performance of the equipment. This module covers the applications, components, working principles, types and routines checks of motors used in the process industry. Target AudienceOil & Gas and Manufacturing Industries Learning ObjectiveRecognize the application of rotational force in day to day activities.Identify the basic concepts of motors.Appreciate the evolution of different energy sources to generate rotational force.Explain working principle of motors.Describe the key components of motors.Describe the different types of motors.Describe the common types of enclosures used in motors.Explain the types of motors used in hazardous environments.Describe the auxiliary components of motors.Explain different types of cooling systems.Explain the inter-relationship between different parameters.Explain where to find technical specifications of a motor.Explain different start-up methods.Explain the general operating philosophy of motors.Explain routine checks to be carried out before starting a motor after maintenance.Describe routine checks to be carried out during normal operation.List the different protections for motors.Explain how direction of rotation can be changed in single phase and three phase motors.Explain precautions to be taken before starting high capacity HT motors.Describe ingress protection class, insulation class and temperature class.Explain different duties of a motor.Explain the purpose of meggering.Describe how to troubleshoot some common problems encountered with motors.List the key advantages of using motors over other prime movers.
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