Last updated 15 December 2017

Details of Training Courses

 

 

A. Training courses for non-instrumentation and control personnel

 

Who should attend: These courses are designed for people who are involved in running a process plant, but are not really familiar with the practical elements of process control, and its potential. They are specifically for people like operators, process engineers and production personnel.

 

Introduction and appreciation of practical process control

 

Length of course: One day

 

A concentrated course held in the client's plant. It serves as an introduction to feedback process control and its application in plants. The course is essentially practical rather than theoretical. Synopsis, Objectives and Topics

 

 

 

Field equipment: Common measuring instruments and control valves

 

Length of Course: One day

Note: This course is only offered in a client's plant

 

The course is designed to give non-instrumentation personnel a basic practical understanding of the most common measuring techniques and control valves used in most industrial plants. Topics

 

 

 

 

B. Training courses for instrumentation and control personnel

 

Part 1: Trouble shooting and loop tuning

 

Length of course: Five days - held in the client's plant

 

This course teaches the fundamentals of practical process control including troubleshooting and optimisation of control systems. Synopsis, Objectives and Topics

 

 

 

Part 2: Control techniques for more difficult processes

 

Length of course: Two days

 

This course concentrates on the more advanced features in the design, testing, simulation and optimisation for more difficult processes. Synopsis, Objectives and Topics