GQA Level 3 Diploma for a Bulk Storage Operator Technician – Knowledge Workshop
Next Date: 05/02/2024
Duration: 10 days
Available Places: 8
This workshop will elevate existing Bulk Liquid Operators to the required expected levels of responsibility, autonomy, control and self-supervision.
£ 2,500.00 EX VAT
An interactive workshop designed to elevate existing bulk liquid operators to the current expected level of responsibility, autonomy, control, and self-supervision required by high hazard downstream sector operational technicians.
It provides recognition of the technical / supervisory knowledge, understanding and performance of those working at technician level within a bulk storage operations environment and the downstream sector.
It also accommodates the enhanced complexity of plant, associated equipment, operational requirement augmentation and system functionality, essential for safe site operations.
Built around the ‘Level 3 Diploma for a Bulk Storage Operator (Technician)’ national qualification, the workshop encompasses a blend of classroom, workshop, and onsite / plant operational activities, providing learners with the opportunity to perform and demonstrate their knowledge, understanding and competence in a fully emulated bulk storage terminal environment.
Who is this course for?
Existing Bulk Liquid Operators who want to upskill to the current expected level of responsibility, autonomy, control and self-supervision.
Duration: 10 Days
❖ Unit 1k Start-Up Plant and Equipment Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 2k Operate Plant and Equipment Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 3k Shut-down and Prepare Plant and Equipment Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 4k Work Safely Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 5k Manage and Control Quality Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 6k Comply with External and Internal Obligations Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 7k Monitor, Check and Resolve Abnormal Conditions Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 8k Manage Documentation and Analysis Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 9k Respond to Business and Role Requirements Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 10k Continuous Improvement and Control Effectiveness Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 11k Personal Skills and Communication Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 12k Emergency Response Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
❖ Unit 13k Jetty Operations and Mooring Within a Bulk Storage Operations Environment
Assessment includes the following methods (although observation of performance in the work environment is not required for learners only undertaking the knowledge units):
❖ Examining products of work
❖ Questioning the learner
❖ Discussing with the learner
❖ Use of others (witness testimony)
❖ Looking at learner statements
❖ Leading in process safety – outlining the importance process safety leadership plays within the high hazard sector, identifying the key areas of prevention, control, mitigation, and human factors
❖ Bulk liquid terminal ‘units of operation’ introduction, safety critical activities, operational process control and plant monitoring
❖ Bulk storage operator technician role, responsibilities, and operational duties, including communication skills and personal attributes
❖ Bulk liquid transfer start-up, operation, and shutdown, including the preparation and conditioning of plant, equipment, and systems
❖ Working safely within a high hazard environment, encompassing hazard recognition, identification, risk evaluation, barrier implementation and essential mitigation requirements / controls
❖ Regulatory compliance, internal standards / requirements, and quality control
❖ Plant monitoring, evaluation, symptomatic / systematic investigation, and abnormal conditions
❖ Product transfer information, system analysis and DCS operations
❖ Maintaining process safety barrier effectiveness and continuous improvement
❖ Jetty operations and mooring
❖ Emergency response, incident, incident escalation control, mitigatory controls and ‘return to operations
TRAINING FOR A LIFE-LONG CAREER
On successful completion of this workshop learners can progress to complete the full qualification by undertaken assessment at their terminal against the 12 mandatory performance units and one additional unit if this is relevant to their location. (Note additional costs will apply).
We provide guidance on your career pathway with advice on relevant courses and how you can access them.
For more info on your progression, get in touch with your Learning Advisors: Karon Reynolds and Mollie King.
This Workshop is delivered on our site at Reynolds Training Services Ltd as either an open or a closed course. Equally, it can be delivered on your site as a closed course in a range of differing ways.
Reynolds Training Services Ltd
Technical Training Centre
Redwood Park Estate, Stallingborough
North East Lincolnshire
Lead Tutor: Alan Oxborough
Alan brings his many years’ experience working across industry sectors and Higher Education
John Reynolds, Andrew Rudd, Rob Balderson, Keith Alibone
Karon Reynolds, Mollie King