Brimstone is excited to announce its new Online Training Courses, which include the following:
- Fundamentals of Sulfur Recovery – March 1-5, 2021
- Advanced Sulfur Recovery Course – March 22-26, 2021
- Amine Treating and Sour Water Stripping – April 19-23, 2021
- Sulfur Recovery Reliability and Maintenance Course – May 3-7, 2021
Recognizing the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, we now offer these courses online to minimize health risks and reduce the cost of attending. Each of these courses will be limited to 16 participants in order to re-create the interactive nature of our esteemed Sulfur Recovery Symposia.
Each of these courses will be limited to 16 participants in order to emulate the highly interactive format that has made our Sulfur Recovery Symposia so popular. Last month’s successful online conference (Virtual Vail: Year 27) proved that if done well, on-line training can be as effective the in-person equivalent. Our goal is to create an informal, friendly and cooperative setting for teaching and sharing useful information. Based on many years’ experience, we recognize that small class sizes are a tremendously important key to success. These training courses will feature our outstanding Instructional Staff, each ready to share from their decades of hands-on experience.
Each course will consist of five 6-hour days, and the cost will be $2,200 USD. Printed binders will be mailed beforehand to registered attendees. Please see our website at Brimstone Training for details about these courses, including detailed class agendas. You can register for any of these courses by following the links above.
Brimstone also offers its onsite operations training as on-line courses as well. Give us a call to learn more.
Brimstone’s partners, SRE (Sulfur Recovery Engineering), offers free Webinars on a variety of subjects related to sulfur recovery and amine treating. Their two most recent session topics were Corrosion in Amine Systems and SRU Troubleshooting and Diagnostics. Learn more about these valuable offerings at Sulfur Recovery Engineering.
Questions? You can contact us by phoning (909) 597-3249 or e-mailing to [email protected]. Further information about Brimstone and our training can be found at the Brimstone web site, located at: