Take full advantage of the opportunity to attend one of the most beneficial training courses, presently being run. Coventry Academy is proud to announce a 5-day training course entitled, "Design Criteria in Instrumentation Engineering" jam packed with all you need to know, with respect to instrumentation design specific for the oil and gas industries. The control of a plant determines the efficiency of that plant. Therefore, the design of the instrumentation equipment used in the plant (used for measurement and control) is absolutely vital. This would be both from an operational as well as a safety point of view.
This Design Criteria in Instrumentation Engineering training course focuses on getting the plant instrumentation component selection and integration just right. It progresses from selection, documentation, classification, and right through to final project management. At all times, it is actively presented, to fit in with the working environment of the delegates.
This training course will feature:
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
It is irrelevant whether delegate instrumentation design knowledge and experience ranges from novice to advanced. The workshop starts from basic principles, and builds up, with the emphasis on delegate participation. Instructor guidance is delivered on a personal level, and delegates are encouraged to ask as many questions as necessary.
This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
This training course starts off from basics and works its way through to the final management of the project. None-the-less, it is presented in such a way that all delegates (regardless of background) feel comfortable from the very beginning. No-one is left behind, and the instructor takes pride in guiding all delegates along the way, with personal assistance, where required.
Delegates are encouraged to keep an open mind and to immerse themselves in all exercises and discussions, to ensure that maximum learning takes place. Preference will always be given to applications and examples that tie up with the working environment encountered by the delegates. At least 50% of the course is made up of demonstrations/discussions/simulations/exercises.