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Knowledge Improvement Program - KIP

Inprocess’ Knowledge Improvement Programmes are a new way to accelerate process simulation knowledge transfer, by combining a simulation project carried out for our clients, with project specific training content delivered along project lifecycle.

In order to create an efficient knowledge transfer process, Inprocess proposes a Knowledge Improvement Programme (KIP), based on the continuous development of the client’s process simulation skills set. The KIP is a tailored combination of educational services including: model development, specific training courses, on-the-job learning projects, coaching, access to expert simulation consultancy, support for simulation deployment to operations, and any other aspect that would fit client specific needs. A KIP is normally delivered as a series of independent modules to facilitate the investment and to validate the continuous success of the programme. The structure of the programme includes standard and customised modules - selected based on our clients’ training needs.

KIP in Practice

When setting up a KIP project it is important to define which are the principal targets for the Customer’s Process/Production department, and the schedule required to execute the Program. 

As an example, in the right column of this page the content structure of an Upstream KIP is shown, where each module delivers significant benefits on its own and can therefore be used to pre-finance future modules.

Inprocess offers public training courses of different focus and length as shown in the column to the right. Public Training courses give the attendees a chance to learn about process simulation in a neutral environment – away from their day-to-day job. This allows them to fully focus on the course content. Furthermore, public courses are a great opportunity to get to meet your peers and to exchange your experiences with them.Inprocess offers public training courses of different focus and length as shown in the column to the right. Public Training courses give the attendees a chance to learn about process simulation in a neutral environment – away from their day-to-day job. This allows them to fully focus on the course content. Furthermore, public courses are a great opportunity to get to meet your peers and to exchange your experiences with them.

Knowledge Improvement Program - KIP