Spring training for process control engineers and technicians

ControlSoft Inc. announces the  locations for its May and June PID Loop Tuning and Process Control Strategies training classes.

In  the full-day PID Loop Tuning classes, engineers and technicians learn to set up,  maintain, and tune a PI or PID controller using software-based process  simulation.  Classes will be held in  ModestoCA(May 10), DenverCO(May  24), SeattleWA (June 7), and Houston TX (June  21); all dates are Tuesdays.

During  the Process Control Strategies classes, which also run a full day, the  trainer demonstrates ways to improve product quality and increase yield through  better process control.  Strategies  are developed, tested, and simulated; common implementation pitfalls are  discussed. Classes  will be held in ModestoCA(May 11), Denver CO(May 25), Seattle WA  (June 8), and Houston TX (June 22); all dates are  Wednesdays.

For  details of the class agendas, times, and exact locations,go to www.controlsoftinc.com or  phone Paul Botzman at 440-443-3900, ext. 101.

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