When a pump is used, fluid is moved from one place to another, whereas a compressor squeezes the volume of a gas and pumps it elsewhere. While pumps work with both liquids and gases, compressors work with gas alone because liquids are difficult to compress. Pump and compressor stations are very much part of the total pipeline system. Various factors play a role in determining pump and compressor stations. These include size and configuration of drivers, pumps or compressors, regulatory, environment and safety requirements. This AETI TRAINING course will empower you with a comprehensive understanding of pump and compressor operations, performance, preventative maintenance and troubleshooting. The knowledge gained through the course will help you assume senior roles within the organization, thus fostering career progression. Furthermore, since the course covers all aspects related to pumps and compressors and these find applications in multiple industries, undertaking this course will prepare you for opportunities beyond your current organization.