Join us for this two day course which will provide an insight into many of the principles of process measurement. The course is designed to enable delegates to understand the fundamentals and terminology of field instrumentation, utilising many practical demonstrations and exercises to supplement the theory.
The course, which is approved by the Institute of Measurement and Control, will cover:
- Pressure Measurement
- Level Measurement
- Flow Measurement
- Temperature Measurement
- Analysis Products (pH and Conductivity)
- Signal Types
- Introduction to Wireless Systems
- Introduction to 3-term Control
By the end of the course, delegates will leave a greater understanding of the main instrumentation principles and practices.
Who should attend?
The course is particularly suited to:
- Apprentices of all engineering skills
- Electrical Engineers
- Design Engineers wishing to gain additional practical knowledge
- Process Plant Operators
- Others with an interest in process measurement
There are no course pre-requisites, however delegates will benefit from having a basic understanding of electrical principles to better understand the theory.
Course Dates and Locations:
The two-day course is scheduled on the following date and location:
- 8-9 September 2021 - Runcorn
We are offering an introductory rate of £750/€855 per delegate for this two-day course.
To ensure that the practical exercises remain effective, the course will be restricted to a maximum of 10 delegates per session. It is recommended that you book early to avoid disappointment.
Note that the training course is designed to cover measuring principles along with some basic control theory in a highly practical and easy learning environment. It is not designed to encompass all instrumentation principles and should not be treated as a complete instrumentation training package, especially for instrument technician and multi-discipline apprentices.
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