This convenient and flexible online learning tool is an excellent way to help manage your time and costs when you can’t attend a factory, regional, or local training session.
Course offerings include instruction on Field Devices, DeltaV, Safety and Engineering .
Model 375 Field Communicator
Time to Complete: 1-Hour
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for using the 375 Field Communicator to configure, calibrate, and troubleshoot the HART and Fieldbus Instruments.This course uses interactive elearning to teach the student how to setup, operate and maintain the 375 Field Communicator.
- Learn the keyboard operation
- Learn screen navigation
- Understand device specific menu tree
- Learn how to update using the 375 Easy Upgrade Program
- Know how to use the 375 in HART & Fieldbus applications
- Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals & instrumentation
Control Valve Fundamentals (e9020)
Time to Complete: 4-6 Hours
This class is ideal for valve technicians, field operators, or anyone new to valves.
- Sliding Stem Control Valves
- Actuators for Sliding Stem Control Valves
- Rotary Control Valves
- Actuators for Rotary Control Valves
DeltaV Operator (e7012)
Time to Complete: Self-Paced
The DeltaV (v9/10 or v7/8)Operator eLearning curriculum is an introduction to the DeltaV Continuous Operating environment. The training course has five modules and 21 lessons that are applicable to all plant personnel requiring an understanding of DeltaV operations including operators, configuration engineers, maintenance personnel, managers and supervisors.
- DeltaV System Overview
- Operating Discrete Modules
- Operating Analog Modules
- Alarms and Events
- DeltaV Trending
Machinery Health – Model 2130 5.x
The Fundamentals of CSI 2130 eLearning course is designed to provide you with the tools you need to perform data collection using the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer. This course provides guided demonstrations through the processes of installing necessary drivers, uploading updated firmware, and loading updated or newly purchased programs necessary for data collection.
The course leads you through a basic introduction of the analyzer including panel descriptions and reviews of the purpose and function of all connectors, ports, slots, keys, indicators and buttons. The user learns how to load a pre-defined route into the analyzer, take general data as well as specialized data, and then dump that data back into the computer for further diagnostic analysis.
Safety Engineering Overview
Time to Complete: 16 Hours
This course is for project managers, supervisors, and team members who provide supporting roles on a SIS project.
- SIS terminology & the Safety Lifecycle
- Risk & Probability
- Process Hazard Analysis
- Risk Analysis
- SIL Determination
- Reliability Engineering
- SRS and SIS Design
- Start-Up & Operation