This course teaches advanced project management techniques and tools for project leaders/project managers. The course builds on general project management techniques of project planning, project scope, and project plan/scheduling. It focuses on best practices for a leader in regard to developing and implementing the project communication plan, managing team relationships, resources procurement, risk management, cost control, and performance measurements during the automation project life cycle.
This course combines lecture and hands-on labs to provide an overview of industrial measurement and control. Technicians, engineers, and managers are provided with a foundation for communication with other control system professionals. Serves as a solid fundamental course for introduction to other ISA courses.
This course provides the information necessary in the Checkout, System Test and Startup of process control systems; enhanced through exercises for each of the necessary stages from risk analysis through Site Acceptance Testing.
Presents the methodology for designing and developing control systems documentation. This course covers both the development and the reading/interpreting of these documents, and can be beneficial to both engineers and technicians.
Discover the benefits realized by effective project teams. This Web seminar will show you the characteristics of successful teams and the techniques used to build them. Learn how to set clear team goals, identify the skills required for effective team members, and remove team inhibitors.
Process control is defined, the definition and technology of a loop is discussed; the importance and an introduction to the methodology of measurement in control as well as the technology of the control loop are explained. Control strategies as well as an introduction to controller tuning are covered. Additionally ISA standard P&ID symbols are introduced. And continued throughout the seminar materials
This web seminar will give you the skills and techniques used to motivate team members in the project setting. You will learn the characteristics of project team motivation and how to identify different types of motivation. You will also be able to determine a team members
This is an introduction and overview of temperature measurement as current practice in measurement and control systems. Terminology, technology, and applications are covered in this concise presentation.
Wireless systems and wireless technologies have advanced to the point where stable, robust and secure networks are ready for deployment in industrial settings. This course will cover the most relevant details associated with industrial wireless systems with an emphasis towards how the various technological choices coexist, interoperate and interact with each other. Numerous examples of real-world deployments are covered for facilities such as SCADA systems, petrochemical plants, electrical power generation, and transmission systems.