Basic Process Control 9-Part Series

Produced in conjunction with ISA – The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society (ISA™) – this nine-part training series will help students understand the principles and concepts of process control. The series also introduces symbols, diagrams, connections, and basic troubleshooting.

The Basic Process Control series is designed for control systems technicians, electricians, mechanics, process operators, and other instrumentation and control professionals. The courses are particularly helpful for technicians preparing for ISA's Certified Control Systems Technician® (CCST®) program.

eLearning courses included:

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Basic Process Control: Feedback ControlHelps students understand the basic concepts of process control, the principles of single feedback loop and advanced loop controls, and the components used in feedback control loops.

Basic Process Control: Process Control ModesHelps students understand the fundamental principles of controllers in instrument control systems.

Basic Process Control: Process CharacteristicsExplains the basics of process systems, their characteristics and variables, types of energy, various temperature scales, and heat transfer methods.

Basic Process Control: Process VariablesExplains the characteristics and measurement techniques for the process control variables to include pressure, level, temperature, and flow.

Basic Process Control: Instrumentation SymbolsIdentifies the symbols found on process and instrumentation diagrams.

Basic Process Control: Instrument Loop DiagramsDescribes the organizational sections, symbols, and reference information provided on a loop diagram.

Basic Process Control: Piping Instrumentation DrawingsExplains basic digital control concepts, including terminology, symbols, and designations found on process instrumentation diagrams.

Basic Process Control: Mechanical ConnectionsExplains the importance of sound mechanical connections, including fittings, wiring, and tubing, to the process measurement and control of instrumentation systems.

Basic Process Control: Electrical ConnectionsTeaches students to identify the different types of wires and differentiate between crimped splice and in-line splices.

To learn more about our interactive online courseware, visit our DSS eLearning homepage or schedule a free online demonstration.

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