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Instrumentation Training Course for Instrument Technician and Techs

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Instrumentation Training Course for Instrument Technician or Instrument Tech

Industrial Training School provides this training course titled "Instrumentation" for an instrument tech or an instrumentation technician who has some experience. This instrumentation training course is meant for instrumentation people who have been on the job for a short period, but not completely new to the field. (for those that are new to the field the following should strongly be considered: Basic Instrumentation ) As a distant learning training course the Instrument technician or instrument techs should be working under the direction of a supervisor to get the most from the training by distant learning.

This instrumentation training course by distant learning applies to the following industries or places of work:

  • Industrial - Steel Making
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Waster Treatment Plant
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Steam Power Plant
  • Cement Plant
  • Paper Mill
  • Heating and Chiller Facilities - CHP
  • Oil and Gas Industry
  • Chemical and Petro - Chemical Plant
  • Universities and Colleges
  • Public Schools - K to Grade-12
  • Forest Products
  • GSA and DOD

In addition, this instrumentation training course addresses common instrumentation topics as well as tests the student for comprehension of the material presented in the training course textbook. Further, it will provide student knowledge to help develop analysis and problem solving skills by combining ideas and information from various topics into practical applications. This course consists of 11 Lessons and students will be quizzed on each lesson. This course does not require access to a computer, but is a distant learning course in the format of a correspondence course by mail.

Here is a student testimony:
Scott B. said "thanks for your help...learned a lot, thank you!"


The following is the Instrumentation Training Course Outline:

  • Introduction to Instrumentation
    • What are the Fundamentals of Process Control
    • What do I need to Know About Basics of Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams
  • Instruments that Measure Temperature
    • Define and Explain Temperature, Heat and Energy
    • Describe Thermal Expansion Thermometers
    • What are Electrical Thermometers and How Do they Work and Where Should They Be Deployed
    • Explain Infrared Radiation Thermometers and There Best Applications
    • What is Involved in Calibration of Instruments that Measure Temperature
  • Instruments that Measure Pressure
    • In Detail, Explain how Pressure Instruments Function and How to Calibrate a Pressure Gauge and Instrument
    • Explain Traditional Application that a Pressure Measurement Could Be Used
  • Instruments that Measure Level: Bulk (solids) and Liquids
    • Describe and Explain the Best Application of Mechanical Instruments
    • What are Electrical Level Instruments
    • Explain How Ultrasonic, Radar, and Laser Instruments Work and Function and Explain there Best Applications
    • When Should You Consider Nuclear Level Instruments
    • How to Approach a Weighing Instrument Systems as an Instrumentation Tech
    • Level Measurement Applications and How to Integrate These Instruments in the Process Logic
  • Instruments that Measure Flow
    • What is Fluid Flow and How is It Determined and Measured (Profile, Reynolds Number,...)
    • How is a Differential Pressure Flow Meter Instrument Set Up and Explain How it Functions
    • Define and Explain Variable-Area Flow Metering: Mechanical, Electrical, and Other Flow meters
    • How is Open-Channel Flow Measurements Made and Explain How they are Measured
    • Define and Explain Solids Flow Meters
  • Sampling Analyzer Instruments and Substitute Calibration
    • Explain Gas Analyzers and there Applications and Sampling Systems
    • Humidity Analyzers and there Applications and Sampling Systems
    • Solids Moisture Analyzers and there Applications and Sampling Systems
    • Liquid Analyzers and there Applications and Sampling Systems
    • Describe Electrochemical Analyzers that Measure Electric Current and there Applications
    • Explain How a Composition Analyzer Measures the Quantity of Multiple Components in a Single Sample
  • How Instruments Convey: Transmission and Communication
    • How is a Transmission Signal (Data) Managed and What are the Standards
    • What is a Fieldbus and What is the relationship with instrumentation
    • Explain Digital Numbering Systems in Relationship to Instrumentation Transmission and Communication
    • Digital Communications and Binary Information
    • What Security Measures should be in place including for Wireless
  • Automatic Control by Using Instruments and Techniques for Regulation and to Maintain
    • Automatic Controls and Process Dynamics
    • Control Functions and Control Strategies
    • Controller Tuning
    • Pneumatic, Electric and Digital Controllers
    • Operator Interfaces and Configuring Formats
    • Controllers and Configuration
  • Final Elements and Instrumentation
    • Explain Final Elements Usage with Instrumentation Schemes or Configurations of the Following
      • Control Valves
      • Regulators and Dampers
      • Actuators and Positioners
      • On/Off Control Actions 
      • Variable-Speed Drives 
      • Electric Powers Controllers 
  • Safety System Instruments to Prevent Injuries and Fatalities
    • Common Safety Systems
    • Individual Safety Devices
    • Electrical Safety Standards
    • Industrial Switches and Sensors
  • Application of Instrumentation in Processes
    • Explain Traditional Instrument Applications and General Techniques that Could Be Implemented on a Non-Instrument Process
    • Instrumentation Review: Application of Temperature, Pressure, Level, Flow Instruments

Industrial Training School offers this training course titled "Instrumentation" for an instrument tech or an instrumentation technician who has some experience as a distant learning training 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.


Math Level- Medium

Average Hours of Completion- 150 Hours (Level of Effort: Six to Seven hours a week for six-months)

Course Degree of Difficulty -5 Stars


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.


 

 

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