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Instrumentation-1: Basic Instrumentation Course

Price: $925.00
SKU: CE-14
Instrumentation-1: Basic Instrumentation Course
Instrumentation-1: Basic Instrumentation Course
Instrumentation-1 is a Basic instrumentation course for training people new to instrumentation by distant learning. More details...
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Instrumentation-1: A Basic Instrumentation Course and also known as an Introduction of Instrumentation for Beginners who run cabling or mount instruments. It is done by Distant Learning

Industrial Training School is offering this Instrumentation-1 training course as an introduction to instrumentation for beginners, but Instrumentation-I should be taken in-sequence to with Instrumentation-2 course. This basic instrumentation course is meant to provide an understanding of instrumentation to a student that is new to the field of instrumentation. Further, this basic instrumentation course should be assigned to students with no or little experience, but with a mechanical and electrical aptitude. The training course is a first step in understand the foundation of instruments in the work place.

Basic Instrumentation training course addresses basic instrumentation topics with quizzes for comprehension of the covered lessons presented in the Basic Instrumentation textbook. As a Basic Instrumentation by distant learning it is in a correspondence course by mail format. This basic instrumentation correspondence course consists of 6-Lessons on basic instrumentation and does not require internet access or a computer.

Testimonies:

John P. said "...I recommended this [course] to someone already...!"

Dmytry B. said "As an electrical-electronics background person, I am extremely satisfied with the obtained knowledge."

Alonzo F. said "It greatly enhanced my understanding of process control and measurements...benefited from the feedback from my instructor. Thank you."


Outline of Basic Instrumentation Training Course is as follows:

Introduction to Instrumentation:
Fundamentals of Process Control
The Basics of Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams

Basic Instrumentation Symbols

Basic Instrumentation Electricity and Safety

Temperature Instrumentation:
What is Temperature, Heat and Energy
Why are Thermal Expansion Thermometers Used
What are Electrical Thermometers

Pressure Instrumentation:
How do Pressure Instruments Work and What Should I Know About Them
Where Would I Find These Pressure Measuring Applications

Level Instrumentation:
What are Level Devices or Level Instruments and How Do They Work
Why are Mechanical Instruments Important

Flow Instrumentation:
What Is So Important About Understanding Fluid Flow Properties
What and Why: Differential Pressure Flow meters

Final Elements and Instrumentation:
Describe the Basic Understanding of What Final Elements Are and How Instrumentation Functions with These Final Elements:
Control Valves
Regulators and Dampers
Actuators and Positioners
On/Off Control Actions
Variable-Speed Drives
Electric Powers Controllers

Safety System Instrumentation to Prevent Injuries and Fatalities:
What are Safety Systems on Machinery and Equipment and Why are They Important to an Instrumentation Technician
What the Beginner Instrumentation Tech Should At Least Know About Safety devices and Electrical Safety Standards

Basic Instrumentation training course is for beginners including new instrumentation techs. This basic instrumentation course should be assigned to students with mechanical and electrical aptitude. The basic instrumentation training course is a distant learning course in the format of a correspondence course by mail.

Industrial Training School is a provider of correspondence courses to corporations, small businesses, universities, non-profits and government for their employees or sponsorships.

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Math Level- Low
Average Hours of Completion-150 Hours
Course Degree of Difficulty -3 Stars
Tools Required: None
You have one-year to complete the course.
You can request a one-time 6-month extension with a $50 extension fee. This is a flexible plan to meet your demanding schedule. 1 Star - Easiest to 5 Stars Most Difficult
Course is Equivalent to 8 CEH (Continuing Educational Contact Hours) and Can Be Applied to National Association of Stationary Operating Engineers Accredited Contact Hours Requirements.


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