Introduction to Instrumentation

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Aims & Objectives

This course is for technicians/staff who require an understanding of instrumentation or to refresh prior knowledge following a period away from instrumentation. The unique facilities
at CATCH allow the delegates to learn and understand the theoretical aspects whilst also gaining valuable hands-on practical experience. CATCH has an extensive register of accuracy traceable modern test and calibration equipment coupled with the ability to complete training on a fully functioning process plant. The course can also be tailored to include company site specific
equipment including calibration and testing

Content

• Introduction to Instrumentation (pressure, level, flow & temperature).
• Safe and quality use of instrumentation test equipment.
• Appreciation of Instrument control and measurement.
• Loop testing and fault finding of instrument installations.
• Control valves, actuators and accessories.
• An introduction to Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) including trip testing and partial proof testing
• Practical hands-on use in the workshops and our unique fully functional process plant.

Duration

2/3 days depending on prior knowledge and inclusion of company specific equipment.
3 day course £475 + Vat per delegate
2 day course £300 + Vat per delegate

CATCH Skills can also offer auditing and competency assessment for instrument technicians
engaged in proof testing.The course is delivered by highly experienced ex-industry engineers, and to the latest
industry standards.
Please contact info@catchuk.org to discuss any company specific training/assessing

If you would like to make a block booking for a bespoke training course please contact us on 01469 552852 or email info@catchuk.org for more details.

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