ISA to Offer 20 Automation and Control Short Courses

By Chemical Processing staff

Jul 12, 2013

To help automation professionals quickly ramp up their technical knowledge, the International Society of Automation (ISA) will offer 20 automation and control short courses at its Research Triangle Park, N.C. headquarters training location from July 29 to Aug. 2.

In addition to accelerating the learning process, this special ISA short-course event will enable automation professionals to gauge their need for additional training in a variety of areas and investigate more in-depth and comprehensive ISA course offerings and related resources.

Plant and automation managers are encouraged to attend. The event will allow them to research a variety of technical training options they may want to consider for their employees. A networking reception with light refreshments will take place each evening (Monday-Thursday) after class for students and instructors.

Course topics include measurement and control, boiler control systems, industrial wireless systems, OPC, batch control, flow measurement, SIS, SCADA systems, project management and the ANSI/ISA88, ANSI/ISA95 and ANSI/ISA99 set of standards.

For more information, visit www.isa.org.

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