Emerson introduces online DeltaV operator training
AUSTIN, TEXAS (August 28, 2006) - Emerson Process Management is now offering a comprehensive DeltaV Operator Training Course using eLearning online training. The new operator training course provides in-depth information on the DeltaV system, operator user interface, alarms, trending and module operation. This program is a cost effective alternative to traditional classroom training, as it eliminates the need for costly travel and lodging.
"Our challenge is to provide a more flexible method of training our customers who are not able to participate in traditional classroom training," said Jim Siemers of Emerson's Educational Services. "We've developed our DeltaV operator training as an eLearning course, offered over the internet, to meet this need. Our eLearning requires only a personal computer and a broadband internet connection. Customers can just log on and learn and stay on as long as they want." This on-line course is intended for operators, supervisors and managers responsible for the operation of continuous processes using the DeltaV system. Progress reports to management are offered throughout the course, as well as CEUs for completion of the course.
The DeltaV Operator Training Course is fully interactive -- it takes about 12 hours to complete and includes detailed, step-by-step instructions and illustrations with accompanying audio presentations, demonstrations, practice sessions, workshops, quizzes and a final exam. Using several individual lessons, the new user-friendly course offers detailed information on the DeltaV software including:
"Emerson is committed to providing quality training enabling our customers to maximize their investment in PlantWeb technologies and achieve operational excellence," continued Siemers. You can see a preview of the training at: www.emersonprocess.com/education/elearning_DeltaV.asp .
About Emerson Educational Services
Emerson Educational Services trains over 20,000 students annually and offers more than 300 courses every year in regional training centers, online, in on-site or locally delivered classes, and with video and computer-based training aids and packaged training products. The Educational Services team has been providing quality training for over 65 years to manufacturing professionals worldwide. Their certification program for instructors, courseware, and training hardware ensures knowledgeable and skilled trainers delivering current information on state-of-the-art equipment.
About PlantWeb University
PlantWeb University offers a user-friendly course format that makes it easy to understand and evaluate new ways to improve project, process and plant performance. The Business School focuses on improving plant profitability-how to improve plant efficiency, reduce costs and increase availability, and how to improve profitability. The Engineering School explores leading automation technologies such as FOUNDATIONT fieldbus and HARTR communication and provides practical advice on engineering safety instrumented systems.
About Emerson Process Management
Emerson Process Management, an Emerson business, is a leader in helping businesses automate their production, processing and distribution in the chemical, oil and gas, refining, pulp and paper, power, water and wastewater treatment, food and beverage, life sciences and other industries. The company combines superior products and technology with industry-specific engineering, consulting, project management and maintenance services. Emerson brands include PlantWeb, DeltaV, Ovation, Fisher, Micro Motion, Rosemount, Mobrey, Daniel, Bristol, and AMS Suite.
Emerson (NYSE: EMR), based in St. Louis, is a global leader in bringing technology and engineering together to provide innovative solutions to customers through its network power, process management, industrial automation, climate technologies, and appliance and tools businesses. Sales in fiscal 2005 were $17.3 billion.
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