Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical Training Courses
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The Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical (IC&E) progression covers systems that are essential to any facility engineer, or ‘all-rounder,’ or a more specialized instrumentation and controls engineer role with your company.
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Flow and Level Custody Measurement: IC-73
This course is designed to acquaint users with the problems and solutions for high accuracy transfer of liquid and gas petroleum products from supplier to customer. These needs have been brought about by major changes in manufacturing processes and because of several dramatic circumstantial changes such as: the increase in the cost of fuel and raw materials; the need to minimize pollution; and the increasing
pressures being brought to bear to adhere to the requirements for health and safety.
Practical PID Control and Loop Tuning: IC-74
This workshop provides instrumentation, automation, and process engineers and technicians with the basic theoretical and practical understanding of regulatory control systems and how this can be applied to optimize process control in terms of quality, safety, flexibility, and costs.
Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical Systems for Facilities Engineers: ICE-21
This foundation-level course provides an overview of electrical systems, instrumentation, process control, and control/safety systems typically encountered in oil and gas facilities, such as: separation, gas dehydration, gas sweetening, NGL recovery, and associated facilities.
Instrumentation & Controls Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers: IC-3
This course applies fundamental instrumentation and control engineering principles to oil and gas facilities design and operation, and is designed to accelerate the development of new facilities Instrumentation and Control Engineers.
Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Facilities Engineers: E-3
This course applies fundamental electrical engineering principles to oil and gas facilities. The course is designed for Facilities Engineers who interface with electrical systems, and
provides practical insight and development of new Facilities Electrical Engineers.
PLC and SCADA Technologies: IC-71
This workshop provides engineers and technicians with the basic theoretical and practical understanding of PLC and SCADA systems. It traces the evolution of the PLC as an
intelligent black box replacement for the relay panel and how, with the advent of modern communications architectures, it may be combined with Supervisory Control and Data
Acquisition (SCADA) systems to allow standalone control systems to be configured.
Valve and Actuator Technologies: IC-72
This workshop provides a total in-depth insight into valve and actuator technology, covering: control valves, check valves, shut-off valves, solenoid valves, and pressure relief valves. A
methodology is presented to ensure the optimum selection of size, choice of body and trim materials, components, and ancillaries.