Attend Workshop on P&ID
1-day (7 hours)
As a graduate chemical engineer, you must know - How to Read, Create and Review P&ID.
P&ID is most important and crucial document for any plant.
We will cover P&ID.
A Pump is a Heart of any plant and Heart is the closest Pump to you.
Imagine, if a heart stops, what will happen to you? Now imagine, if a pump stops?
We got you covered with pump & valves.
Ever heard about line sizing?
Do you know various documentation necessary to complete any project?
We will do a simple hand calculation for line sizing.
Don't forget to bring your calculator!
Get Practical Knowledge
Be the Next Professional ChE
Dedicated 1 hour of Q&A after training session.
Be the first amongst the graduates to learn practically all about P&ID
Freelance Process Simulation Trainer
Sumit Asrani, the founder of ChEngineer, is helping engineers to transform their career by sharing his knowledge and expertise.
He has been the guest faculty for Aspen HYSYS, UniSim, MATLAB, P&ID, at different Colleges, and at Techfest events of IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, NIT Trichy, and other Institutes in India.
He has also provided consultation in using Aspen HYSYS and UniSim to come up with the design and engineering solutions in Steady State and Dynamic State for various projects.
See What Professionals Say
I am not sure I can put into words how approachable Sir is or how he helped me to re-think everything I thought about being a chemical engineer. Here's a cool thing about him - He will make sure you understand the concept and its application. He will reignite the fire within you of being a ChE. The key to success is right guidance especially when needed; I found my mentor in Sir.
Simply SUPERB! Never thought things could turn out to be so simple. Many unanswered questions got an answer. He is an architect of my career.
Now I know whom to approach during and after my graduation. Teaching at its best.
Great at teaching. Sumit made learning simulation easy. Learning under such a good trainer was a part of history until I met Sumit.
I attended the workshop on Process Design and Engineering during the TechFest of Anokha'16, Amrita University, Coimbatore. As an Instrumentation engineer, it was difficult for me to understand everything but Sir's benevolent nature of helping made it easy to understand and grasp the fundamentals.
Previous Event Pics
Who can attend this workshop on P&ID?
Undergraduate and graduates of B.E/B.tech and students pursuing or passed out M.E/M.tech in Chemical, Petroleum, Petrochemical, Mechanical, Instrumentation, and allied field engineers.
Production, Commissioning, Application, Instrumentation, Electrical Engineers wish to learn about know-how of P&ID, Pumps, Valves, etc.
I am still an undergraduate student, can I still attend this workshop on P&ID?
Yes. This will in fact, help you widen up the horizon the way you approach your subjects now and will understand the importance of each subject holistically..
Will this workshop help me to get a job?
Yes, to an extent because of the core technical training that is required in the industry.
Will I get a job as a Process Engineer?
This workshop will help you to get a job up to an extent, but the rest of the things depends on the your calibre, skills, knowledge and understanding, and your hard work. But, definitely, you can expect a guidance, a direction, an approach to make it happen.
Will you help me to get a job in any way?
There will be Q&A session post training session where you can ask you technical and other non-technical questions.
I can help you with making a noticeable resume, how to approach for the job interviews, and with the questions that are asked in a technical interview.
Is there any simulation software training provided in the workshop?
No. This workshop intends to cover P&ID and other important knowledge about Process Engineering.
How do I contact you for further details or queries about the Workshop on P&ID?
Simply, send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop Fees: How do I pay the Workshop Fees?
The details will be sent to you through an email once you register.