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|Dates:||September 11-13, 2018|
|Meets:||Tu, W and Th from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 3 sessions|
|Location:||Engineering and Technology Lab- ETL 111|
IMPORTANT: The deadline to register for this course is August 11, 2018.
There are still openings remaining at this time.
Norman Lieberman's Troubleshooting Process Operations seminar has been presented to over 19,000 attendees since 1983. The material presented focuses on Lieberman's book, A Working Guide to Process Equipment (McGraw-Hill) and is based on his ongoing personal troubleshooting experiences in refineries and petrochemical plants.
This interactive seminar is intended for experienced plant operators and process engineers. Plan to answer and ask questions. Individual process problems can be discussed after class each day.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Experienced plant operators and process engineers.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Norman P. Lieberman is a chemical engineer with over 53 years of experience in process design and plant operator supervision. An independent consultant, he troubleshoots oil refinery and chemical plant process problems and prepares revamp designs.
He has taught more than 800 technical seminars on process equipment and has authored several books, which include: Troubleshooting Process Operations, Troubleshooting Natural Gas Processing, Process Design for Reliable Operations, and Process Equipment Malfunctions, to name a few.
To learn more about all of his books and the instructor, visit his website at www.lieberman-eng.com.
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McNeese State University
Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration
4310 Ryan Street, Box #160
Lake Charles, LA 70605
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Refund Policy: Refunds for non-attendance will be given if a written notification is received up to 5 working days prior to the first day of the course. No refunds will be given after that day. In the event that an attendee cannot attend, he/she is welcome to send another person as a replacement at no charge or accept a credit for a future course.
DISCLAIMER: The McNeese State University Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration will always make the best effort to avoid cancelling a course. This course, like any other, can be cancelled for a number of reasons. If the course is cancelled, you will be refunded the full amount. Please be aware of this possibility when making travel and hotel arrangements.