The Inservice Inspection (ISI) Programs Training course focuses on regulatory and code driven Inservice Inspection related programs covering both introductory bases and detailed requirements and is intended for Engineering Programs personnel that are responsible for managing, developing, implementing, and maintaining Inservice Inspection, Risk-Informed Inservice Inspection, Containment Inspection, System Pressure Testing, Repair/Replacement, and other related Augmented Inspection Programs.
Managing a power plant’s various Engineering Programs requires an in-depth understanding of the Regulatory and Code requirements, of the typical parts that comprise an efficient/compliant Program, and of the types of tools needed to optimize implementation and controls of the Program. This course is designed to provide an initial overview of Inservice Inspection (ISI) Programs and the governing Regulations and ASME Code, BPV Section XI, as well as typical related augmented and owner inspection programs. Detailed requirements for Inservice Inspection, Risk-Informed ISI, Containment Inspection, System Pressure Testing, and Repair/Replacement programs will be covered. Regulatory requirements and guidance documents will be discussed, key components of a thorough program will be reviewed, and comprehensive practical applications and examples will be presented in an interactive manner.
Specific topics covered in this training include the following:
- Background, history, and overview of the Inservice Inspection related Programs
- Federal Regulations and the use of Section XI Code, Code Cases, and Interpretations
- Regulatory Requirements including Conditions, Prohibitions, and Limitations
- Seeking Relief from 10CFR50.55a and Section XI Code Requirements
- Risk-Informed Inservice Inspection Program Options, Applications, and Optimization
- Introduction to 10CFR50.69 Alternate Treatment Options and Implementation
- Licensing Bases and Augmented Inspection Programs
- Classification of Components for Application of Section XI Requirements
- ISI Program Development Process and 10-Year Interval Implementation, Closeout, and Updates
- Program Plans and Schedules, Program Support Documents, and Program Tools
- Program Controls, Ownership, and Maintenance
- Interface with other Engineering Programs (e.g., OM Code, App. J Leak Rate Testing, Buried Piping)
The curriculum has been designed to meet common student needs – regardless of experience level. Daily modules are organized to be topic area specific for various program owner duties.
|Mon||8am – 4pm (CST)||Module 1: Introduction to Inservice Inspection of Nuclear Power Plant Components|
|Tues||8am – 4pm (CST)||Module 2: Inservice Inspection (ISI) of Class 1, 2, and 3 Components, and Risk-Informed Inservice Inspection (RI-ISI) Applications|
|Wed||8am – 4pm (CST)||Module 3: Repair/Replacement Activities for Code Classed Nuclear Power Plant Components|
|Thurs||8am – 4pm (CST)||Module 4: Containment Inservice Inspection (CISI) of Class MC Metal and CC Concrete Containment Components|
|Fri||8am – 2pm (CST)||Module 5: System Pressure Testing (SPT) of Class 1, 2, and 3 Pressure Retaining Components and Buried Piping|
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
Dan Lamond – Sr. Manager, Specialty Engineering
email@example.com | 630.728.4615
Mr. Lamond has more than 30 years’ experience in the nuclear power industry, and has extensive experience in the development, management, and implementation of various regulatory, industry, owner, and ASME Engineering Programs, including application of licensing and regulatory requirements, Risk-Informed and Risk-Based initiatives, Inservice Inspection and Testing, and aging management programs. Mr. Lamond serves as the Vice Chair of the ASME Committee on Nuclear Inservice Inspection (Section XI), as the Chair of the Task Group Buried Components, as the Chair of the Technical Interpretation Committee, and is an active member of a number of subordinate committees reporting to Section XI such as the Working Group RI-ISI Activities and the Working Group Pressure Testing.
Mark Ferlisi, PE – Sr. Consultant, Specialty Engineering Programs
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Mr. Ferlisi has worked in the nuclear power industry for more than 37 years, with more than 25 years’ experience in the development, management, and implementation of ASME Section XI Inservice Inspection and Repair/Replacement Programs for Duke Energy Corporation. Mr. Ferlisi is an active member of the ASME Committee on Nuclear Inservice Inspection (Section XI), serves as the Chair of the Section XI Working Group on Containment, as the Chair of the ASME Board on Nuclear Codes and Standards Task Group on Regulatory Endorsement, and is an active member of the ASME Board on Nuclear Codes and Standards and other subordinate committees and task groups. Mr. Ferlisi is also a member of the Section XI Working Group on Inspection of Systems and Components.
Gene Navratil – Sr. Consultant, Specialty Engineering Programs
email@example.com | 717.808.1061
Mr. Navratil has worked in the nuclear power industry for more than 40 years, with extensive experience in the development, management, and implementation of ASME Section XI Inservice Inspection and Repair/Replacement Programs. He has several years as a plant ISI, R/R, CISI, and SPT Program Owner Engineer, and also was the Exelon fleet Engineering Inspection Programs lead for many years prior to becoming an industry consultant. Mr. Navratil has strong experience in NDE and materials-based programs. Rounding out his industry involvement, Mr. Navratil is an active member of the ASME Committee on Nuclear Inservice Inspection (Section XI), serves as the Chair of the Section XI Subgroup on Water-Cooled Systems, and is an active member of subordinate committees reporting to Section XI such as the Task Group on Risk Informed Categorization and Treatment.
August 23-27, 2021
Attendees can also elect to sign up on an ala carte basis for an individual training module(s).
Module 1: $900
Module 2: $700
Module 3: $700
Module 4: $700
Module 5: $500
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEU)
Each attendee will receive a Certificate of Completion for 3.8 Continuing Education Units (CEU) credits to qualify for 38 Professional Development Hours (PDH) needed to fulfill Professional Engineers continuing education requirements. The credits will be awarded without authorization. It is the attendee’s responsibility to keep and present the certificate to any organization that requires such.