Alliances

The Academy of Joint Integrity is a member of many trade organisations including Energy Institute, ECITB, NEPIC, NOF, Step Change in Safety and Chemicals Northwest.

Please click on the logos below to find out more about our partner alliances and how we work together.

TTE are an alliance partner for training facilities in Teesside for the Academy of Joint Integrity.

The TTE Technical Training Group is one of the UK leading technical training providers, based in Middlesbrough TTE is focused on the delivery of apprenticeship programmes and technical training services to the Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Engineering and Petrochemical industries. TTE have an unrivalled reputation of operating to the highest standards of safety, quality and reliability.

Training is delivered at TTE’s world class facilities in the UK, or at clients’ premises around the world. Training programmes range from foundation to advanced level including delivery of practical skills training, formal technical qualifications and assessment and verification of Vocational Qualifications.

The Academy of Joint Integrity use Equalizer International flange spreading and alignment tools.

Equalizer International is the world’s leading designer and supplier of flange management tools. For almost 20 years, Equalizer’s patented, award winning tools have been addressing the challenges of flange alignment, flange spreading and flange pulling. In addition, Equalizer has a range of hydraulic and mechanical pumps and power lifting tools.

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The Academy of Joint Integrity are an approved training provider for their Mechanical Joint Integrity technical training units (MJI10, MJI18, MJI19)

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Atlas are a specialist Learning Technology Services business, offering learning solutions to safety critical industries, ref E learning and CBT packages.

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The Academy is a member of Step Change in Safety, a member-led organisation that aims to make the UK the safest place to work in the worldwide oil and gas industry.

 

“Thanks again for the course last week -it was very informative and helpful, made me realise there’s a lot more to making a seal than just swinging on a spanner!”
Dan Munroe (attended MJI10/MJI19 course)
“I never cease to be impressed with the instrumented flange demo unit and the other delegates clearly enjoyed that as well. I find the way you can combine new innovations into existing products to provide high integrity solutions to aging plant very interesting.”
Mike Riach, Technical Authority - Topside Bolting, STORK