The demand for talented instrumentation and control technicians has never been greater. With today's aging workforce, companies have discovered that instrumentation training has become paramount to bringing in the next tier of control and instrumentation technicians.
Instrumentation Training Benefits
CiNet's instrumentation system technician training was developed to educate electrical maintenance and instrumentation/control system technicians on their overlapping roles. The instrumentation training series cross-trains workers on topics such as programmable logic controllers, PC-based controls, variable speed drives, controller and loop tuning as well as traditional instrument calibration.
Included in the instrumentation training series is a curriculum designed to improve the knowledge and skills of the instrumentation technician in the areas of basic electrical work.
Instrumentation Training Highlights
Operate typical switch controls, use smart I/O devices and controller interfaces, and perform common computer operations
How to test, adjust, and calibrate various types of gauges and transmitters
Identify the information needs of typical plant functional elements
Applications and procedures that are associated with different types of online analyzers used in continuous process systems
Basic operation of multiple single loops, cascade control, ratio control, feed-forward control, and special connections that are used with multiple loop control
How to enter a ladder diagram program into the memory of a programmable logic controller
How a controller can help locate many of the most common operating problems
Instrumentation Training Courses
For a series catered to your company's needs please contact us at 1-800-294-1140.
Controls - Continuous Process Courses
Continuous Process: Field Devices: Analog Configuration
Continuous Process: Field Devices: Analytical
Continuous Process: Field Devices: Configuring with a Laptop PC
Continuous Process: Field Devices: Digital Configuration with a DCS
Continuous Process: Field Devices: Level and Flow
Continuous Process: Field Devices: Pressure, Temperature, and Weight
Continuous Process: Field Devices: Using Field Communicators