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Instrumentation

Following are the Instrumentation courses we teach, along with a brief description of the class. To find out more information about a particular Instrumentation course, please click on the course name.

This course is designed for the entry-level instrumentation mechanic or experienced electrician who needs to understand the basics of industrial process measurement. With a focus upon OSHA compliance, the student will be introduced to process measurement with the understanding that the individual must be a qualified person to be able to work on the equipment.

Prerequisites: A working knowledge of basic AC and DC electricity (Ohm’s Law, Watt’s Law, and Kirchhoff’s current and voltage laws, and Lenz’s Law).

This course is intended for entry-level instrumentation mechanics or experienced electricians who need to understand the basics of industrial process control. With a focus upon OSHA compliance, the student will be introduced to process control with the understanding that the individual must be a qualified person to be able to work on the equipment.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Introduction to Industrial Process Measurement or its equivalent.

This course is intended for entry-level instrumentation mechanics or experienced electricians who need to understand the concepts of advanced industrial process control. Many modern industrial process control systems go beyond the basics of process control presented in Introduction to Industrial Process Control.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Introduction to Industrial Process Management and Introduction to Industrial Process Control or its equivalent.

This year long course is designed for the entry-level individual who needs to understand industrial process measurement and control to the extent to pass the CCST Level I test.


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