Practical Process Control Workshop (ATLPIDFEB)

Venue: Stone Mountain

Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Event Date/Time: Feb 15, 2007 End Date/Time: Feb 16, 2007
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After great success in St. Louis, this PID Troubleshooting course "Practical Process Control" is now being offered as one of our Atlanta industrial manufacturing seminars. Your process control manager should send at least two engineers to the Atlanta training, as this PID training is second to none in the process control industry.

This Atlanta industrial seminar approach to training is simple: focus on the application of formulas rather than on their derivation. With examples from real world industrial manufacturing processes and the PID control tuning simulation software, you will gain a clear understanding of the 'how and why' changing PID parameters effect the process. It takes the guess work out of PID control tuning.

This PID training course has helped process technicians, maintenance, and engineers to understand and apply innovative control techniques. With a focus on hands-on training, this process control training allows you to put new concepts to the test and to develop new plant optimization strategies. With an industry orientation, we accelerate the learning process and help your company realize a rapid return on its training investment.

This PID training can also help you stand out and advance your manufacturing engineering career. Through the University of Connecticut, participants earn valuable credits toward a continuing education certificate. By successfully completing the course, they gain valuable knowledge and prepare for greater opportunities.

How do top companies like Holcim (US) (cement), Lafarge North America (cement), Honeywell (chemicals), Westinghouse Savannah River (power), ChevronTexaco (petroleum), Genzyme (biotech/pharmaceutical), and Owens Corning (chemicals) maintain their competitive advantage? Attend PID Control workshop and learn proven techniques that will improve your bottom-line performance.

“Control Station equipped my team with the training they needed to succeed. They kept [it] simple and straightforward, focusing on techniques that could be applied immediately on the plant floor” E&I Supervisor- Magnesium Elektron

“Control Station’s ‘case study’ approach to teaching the subject was unique. Learning by doing helped me understand the topics as they were presented.” Process Engineer - International Flavor & Fragrances

“I learned a great deal and I will recommend this workshop for all of our process staff.” Maintenance Manager - Ash Grove Cement

The Atlanta training also comes with Free PID software demo, handouts and a copy of Practical Process Control by Douglas J. Cooper.

This course offer information your people will actually use out on the shop floor.

Atlanta, GA. Schedule: Feb. 15-16, 2007 (register now)


Additional Information

Please see our online brochure and registration detials for more information.