The free web seminar on 13 November 2014 will discuss the common pitfalls related to calibration system implementation and how to overcome them.
The free web seminar, from noon to 1:30 p.m. on 2 October 2014, will discuss the fundamentals of pressure instrumentation as well as some of the appropriate methods for calibration.
"Managing Industrial Networks with Cisco Networking Technologies" (IMINS) course provides the foundational skills needed to manage and administer networked, industrial control systems.
The no charge seminars educate plant engineers on easier solutions to commission, diagnose and maintain HART, FOUNDATION Fieldbus and PROFIBUS devices over the device life cycle with a single tool.
Course content has been prepared and written by a team of Subject Matter Experts who are Level 3 Certified Infrared Thermographers, each having over 20 years of professional experience.
The training center at Gibson Engineering in Norwood, Mass., will serve customers in the Northeastern U.S.
Classes typically are a combination of classroom and hands-on training covering various aspects of process safety, including P&ID drawings, hazard and operability (HAZOP) studies, Safety Integrity Level (SIL), Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS), Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), and similar topics.
ISA developed a course in March and August for non-maintenance personnel with little or no background in the field of process measurement and control.
The Automation Engineering Survival Training: Integrator Version (AESTIV) will take place 31 March 2014 through 4 April 2014 at ISA headquarters in North Carolina.
A government grant and PMMI’s Mechatronics Certificate program will support training for more than 300 individuals as mechatronics technicians and industrial machinery mechanics at Purdue University Calumet.
ISA will conduct four highly intensive technical training events—comprised of technician, automation engineering and safety courses—in Denver, Houston, and Carson, California during 2014.
SMART certifies teachers and professors to teach robotics courses, provides curriculum and course outlines and materials, and provides a complete robotic training cell to schools at a reduced cost.
An educational track at ISA Automation Week 2013 will provide practical guidance on how to improve cybersecurity of industrial automation and control systems.
The PLC Technician II Certificate is a computer-based home study program that enables students to study remotely from home, using a DVD curriculum and a PLC simulator.
The vendor-neutral seminar includes presentations by technology experts, live demonstrations of WirelessHART technology (IEC 62591; EN 62591), and firsthand experience of the technology’s interoperability, reliability, applications and ease of use.
Classes typically are a combination of classroom and hands-on training on either the Endress+Hauser Process Training Unit (PTU) or live instruments in training stands, both designed to simulate operating conditions.
This workshop trains automation professionals on the ”must know” topics that will allow them to properly design and implement secure control networks and OPC architectures.
This simulation-based troubleshooting training system develops skills for troubleshooting all types of electrical circuits and equipment effectively and efficiently.
ISA will conduct six of its most in-depth technical training courses over five consecutive weeks beginning Monday, 30 September 2013.
An educational track at ISA Automation Week 2013 will focus on the proper application of asset maintenance, asset operations, and asset optimization strategies and technologies.