Endress+Hauser Releases Training Schedule

Oct. 9, 2015
Endress+Hauser announces its fall and winter 2015 schedule of instrumentation training courses.

Endress+Hauser announces its Fall and Winter 2015 schedule of instrumentation training courses. Classes typically are a combination of classroom and hands-on training on either the Endress+Hauser PTU (Process Training Unit), a full-scale, working process skid with on-line instrumentation and controls, or live instruments in training stands, both designed to simulate operating conditions.

Courses include:

  • A-101 pH & Conductivity Measurement School
  • C-101 Pressure, Temperature and Calibration School
  • F-101 Flow School - Introductory
  • F-101/F-102 Flow School – Introductory/Level School - Advanced
  • F-102 Flow School – Advanced
  • F-103 Coriolis School
  • I-101 Basic Instrumentation School
  • I-102 Instrumentation Technology School
  • I-103 Time of Flight School
  • L-101/L-102 Level School – Introductory/Level School - Advanced
  • L-103 Time of Flight School
  • L-104 Free Space and Guided Wave Radar Level School
  • PTU (Process Training Unit) Test Drive
  • CCP143 ControlLogix Studio 5000 Level 3: Project Development
  • Radiation Safety Officer Training

For more information, visit: http://www.us.endress.com/training-schedule

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