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FSE Certification for a Process Engineer

FSE Certification for a Process Engineer

FSE Certification for a Process Engineer

Hello folks,

I am not sure whether this post belongs here but considering the fact that the other forums do not seem to discuss what I wish to state in my post I thought that this may be the most appropriate foreum of them all :)

I am a Process Design / Systems Engineer with 20 plus years of working experience primarily in the Oil & Gas (offshore / onshore) and Refineries sector and I was thinking of adding on a TUV FSE Certification to my portfolio so as to qualify myself to officially work as an independent SIL Reviewer / Facilitator conducting SIL workshops for other companies (and maybe my ex-company, if allowed by them) especially after I retire.

However the above is my desire and I am not sure whether the above is really a good idea. Hence I wish to seek your opininon on the above and whether what I think is truly achievable / feasible.

Thanks :)

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