Spring training for process control engineers and technicians

April 12, 2005

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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