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Stage de formation en : Instrumentation et Régulation
PIPC : Practice of instrumentation and process control 72hours - 10 jours
Forfait de plusieurs stages avec prix préférentielForfait de plusieurs stages avec prix préférentiel.
OBJECTIFS
> Attendees will acquire the base theory of operation of each component of a control loop, namely measuring instruments, control valves, and P.I.D. digital controllers;
> They will learn how to install, connect, set, tune, maintain and troubleshoot them.

PREREQUIS
Knowledge of basic mathematical concepts and physical laws, although not required, would be helpful.

METHODE PEDAGOGIQUE
> 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 industrial instruments and genuine process control loops.

PUBLIC
Operation and Maintenance Technicians and Engineers, who are new to instrumentation and process control principles, or who whish to be “cross trained”.

PROGRAMME 72hours - 10 jours
DISCOUNT PRICE
The training course PIPC "Practice of Instrumentation and Process Control" is made of 2 modules : PRI "Practice of Instrumentation" (2285 €) and PPC "Practice of Process Control" (2285 €).
If prefered, the trainee can attend a single module.

To know when the PIPC module is scheduled refer to the PRI and PPC modules.


  Durée
10 jours / 72hours
  Horaires
du lundi 9h00
au vendredi 17h00
  Niveau acquis
Bases
Fondamentaux
Maîtrise
  Tarif
3885€ HT
  Participants
Mini: 4 - Maxi: 10
  Responsable
Philippe TRICHET
  Dates 2016
Arles
24 Octobre au 04 Novembre
 
INFORMATIONS COMPLEMENTAIRES
  Formateur expert, reconnu dans son métier.
  A l'issue de la formation : Remise d'une attestation de formation avec évaluation des acquis.
  Sur Arles, les repas de midi sont offerts.