> Attendees will acquire the base theory of operation of PID feedback control loops, showing on one hand how a process may react to its command signal, and on the other hand how to adapt controller actions to a particular process.
> They will learn how to set, tune, and troubleshoot various types of control loops.
Knowledge of instrumentation and of basic mathematical concepts such as integral and derivative, as well as basic physical laws, although not required, would be helpful.
> The course provides valuable information via lectures on theoretical concepts, backed-up by direct hands-on training in fully equipped classrooms.
> More than 50% of the time is dedicated to actually working on various simulated control loops and genuine industrial process control loops.
> A knowledge assessment test followed by its proofreading will be run at the end of the training.
Operation and Maintenance Technicians and Engineers, who are new to process control principles, or who whish to be “cross trained”.