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ISA TRAINING
COURSES                            NOVEMBER 2004 — AUGUST 2005




Hands-on, un-biased,
practical training




                                   • Comprehensive curriculum
                                     for automation professionals
                                     page 21

                                   • Technical skills focus on
                                     applications
                                     page 11

                                   • Onsite training saves time
                                     and money
                                     page 6

                                   • Prove what you know –
                                     get certified
                                     page 19

                                   • Distance education to fit
                                     your schedule
                                     page 39
Contents
                                     ISA Training Paths ..........................................................................3
                                     November 2004 - August 2005 Course Schedule .............................4
                                     Onsite Training ...............................................................................6
                                     Training Needs Assessment ............................................................7

                                     ISA Training Courses
                                     Fundamental Skills .........................................................................8
                                     Technical Skills.............................................................................11
                                            Instrumentation Maintenance
                                            Control Systems
                                            Industrial Data Communcations
                                     Automation Professional Skills .....................................................21
                                           Process Instrumentation
                                           Continuous Process Control
                                           Batch Control
                                           Discrete Control
                                           Motors and Drives, Motion Control
                                           Communications, Networks, & Data Management
                                           MES Integration
                                           Safety & Environmental Issues
                                           Project Managment

                                     CD and Online Courses
                                     Automation & Control Curriculum .................................................39
                                     Maintenance/Mechanical Curriculum ...........................................40
                                     Web-Based Seminars ...................................................................42

                                     Certification/Licensure Programs
                                     Certified Automation Professional (CAP) ........................................20
    Related Courses                          Review Course ..................................................................37
    When you enroll in one           Certified Control Systems Technician® (CCST®) ..............................10
    course, consider staying                 Review Course ..................................................................18
    for the related course to        Certified Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (CIMM) ........................38
    build on the skills you just
    learned. We’ve made it even
                                     Certified Systems Engineer (CSE) PE License Review Course ...........36
    easier for you by offering the
    two classes on consecutive       Registration and Training Location Information ..............................43
    days of the week.
                                     Registration/Order Form ...............................................................45
                                     ISA Membership Enrollment Form .................................................46
                                     Equipment Donors........................................................................47
                                     ISA Spring Training Program in Pennsylvania ................................47


     Continuing Education Units
     ISA awards CEUs to course registrants who successfully complete courses. ISA has been reviewed and approved as an
     Authorized Provider of continuing education and training programs by the International Association for Continuing
     Education and Training (IACET).

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ISA Training Paths
ISA’s offers three training paths that cover fundamental skills, technical skills, and automation professional skills.
Depending upon your career needs and goals, you may opt to take all the courses in a path or just the few in
select areas you need to work on.

Fundamental Skills Training (pg 8)

➤ Understanding Industrial Processes,            ➤ Measurement and Control                         ➤ Developing and Applying Standard
  Measurement and Control (pg 8)                   Workbench (pg 9)                                  Instrumentation and Control
                                                                                                     Documentation (pg 9)


Technical Skills Training (pg 11)

➤ Instrumentation Maintenance                    ➤ Control Systems                                 ➤ Industrial Data Communications
Installing, Calibrating, and Maintaining         Understanding and Tuning Control Loops (pg 15)    Industrial Data Communications, Part I (pg 17)
  Electronic Instruments (pg 12)                 Troubleshooting Instrumentation and Control       Industrial Data Communications, Part II (pg 17)
Understanding Electrical Systems (pg 13)           Systems (pg 15)                                 Configuring and Testing Smart Field
Industrial Electronics (pg 13)                   Using the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)       Devices (pg 18)
Maintaining Pneumatic Control Valves,              for Discrete Industrial Control Applications
  Controllers, and Transmitters (pg 14)            (pg 16)                                         ➤ CCST Review Course
Grounding in Electrical Systems and Noise        Programming the Programmable Logic Controller     Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST)
  Reduction in Instrument Loops (pg 14)            (PLC) for Discrete and Analog Control             Exam Review Course (pg 18)
                                                   Applications (pg 16)


Automation Professional Skills Training (pg 21)

➤ Process Instrumentation                        ➤ Motors and Drives, Motion Control               ➤ Safety & Environmental Issues
Industrial Pressure and Level Measurement        Understanding and Applying Motor                  Safety Instrumented Systems - Design, Analysis
  Engineering (pg 22)                             Control (pg 26)                                    and Justification (pg 31)
Industrial Flow Measurement                      Motion Control Systems and                        Understanding and Applying Instrumentation in
  Engineering (pg 22)                             Applications (pg 27)                               Hazardous Locations (pg 31)
                                                                                                   Boiler Control Systems Engineering (pg 32)
➤ Continuous Process Control                     ➤ Communications, Networks, and                   Burner Management Systems Engineering (pg 32)
Designing and Tuning Feedback and Advanced         Data Management
   Regulatory and Control Strategies (pg 23)     Industrial Data Communications, Part I (pg 17)    Principles of DCS Alarm Management (pg 33)
Understanding Distributed (DCS) Processor        Industrial Data Communications, Part II (pg 17)   Evaluating Control System Safety and
   Systems (pg 23)                                                                                   Reliability (pg 33)
                                                 Understanding Distributed (DCS) Processor
Sizing, Selecting andApplying Process Control      Systems (pg 23)                                 Grounding in Electrical Systems and Noise
   Valves (pg 24)                                                                                    Reduction in Instrument Loops (pg 14)
                                                 Implementing Wireless Technologies (pg 28)
Establishing a Standards-Based Calibration                                                         Acid Rain Program and NOx Budget
                                                 Picking the Right Bus - A Comparison of Field       Program Regulations (pg 34)
   Program (pg 24)                                 and Device Networks (pg 27)
                                                                                                   Advances in Continuous Emission Monitoring
                                                 Overview of FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus (pg 27)
➤ Batch Control                                                                                      (CEM) Techniques (pg 34)
Batch Control Using ISA Standard ANSI/ISA-       Securing Industrial Networks: Cyber Protection    Surviving an LDAR Audit (pg 34)
  88.01-1995 (pg 25)                               for Automation, Control and
                                                   SCADA Systems (pg 29)
Managing Corporate Product Definitions Using                                                       ➤ Project Management
  ISA-88 General Recipes (pg 25)                 OPC: The Windows to the World                     Project Management for Engineers (pg 35)
                                                   are Open (pg 28)
Understanding and Applying 21 CFR Part 11: The                                                     Managing Engineers and the Technical Staff (pg 35)
  Electronic Records; Electronic Signature       Cyber Security Vulnerability and
                                                   Risk Assessment (pg 29)                         Planning, Justifying, and Executing Automation +
  Regulation (pg 25)                                                                                 Control Projects (pg 36)
Using the GAMP Model for Computer                Optimizing and Securing an Information
                                                   Architecture (pg 29)
  Validation (pg 25)                                                                               ➤ CAP and CSE Review Courses
                                                 ➤ MES Integration                                 Control Systems Engineering PE Exam Review
➤ Discrete Control                               Implementing Business to MES Integration Using      Course (pg 36)
Using the Programmable Logic Controller            the ANSI/ISA-95 Standard (pg 30)                Certified Automation Professional Exam Review
  (PLC) for Discrete Industrial Control                                                              Course (pg 37)
  Applications (pg 16)                           Implementing Manufacturing Execution
                                                   Systems (MES) using the ANSI/ISA-95
Programming the Programmable Logic Controller      Standards (pg 30)
  (PLC) for Discrete and Analog Control
  Applications (pg 16)
SCADA Systems Integration (pg 26)


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ISA Course Schedule (November 2004 - August 2005)
Course                                                                                             Page No.      November           December
Fundamental Skills Training
Understanding Industrial Processes, Measurement and Control                                                      16-18 (TX)
                                                                                                      8
Measurement and Control Workbench
                                                                                                      9
Developing and Applying Standard Instrumentation and Control Documentation                            9

Technical Skills Training
Installing, Calibrating, and Maintaining Electronic Instruments                                      12            1-5 (TX)         6-10 (NC);
                                                                                                                                    6-10 (CA)
Understanding Electrical Systems                                                                     13
Industrial Electronics                                                                               13          16-17 (NY)
Grounding in Electrical Systems and Noise Reduction in Instrument Loops                              14                              7-8 (NY)
Maintaining Pneumatic Control Valves, Controllers, and Transmitters                                  14
Understanding and Tuning Control Loops                                                               15            1-3 (IN)
Troubleshooting Instrumentation and Control Systems                                                  15            4-5 (IN)
Using the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for Discrete Industrial Control Applications           16
Programming the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for Discrete and Analog Control Applications     16
Industrial Data Communications                                                                       17
Industrial Data Communications, Part II                                                              17
Configuring and Testing Smart Field Devices                                                          18
Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST) Exam Review Course                                       18       2-4 (TX); 9-11 (IN)    6-8 (NC)


Automation Professional Skills Training
Industrial Pressure and Level Measurement Engineering                                                22
Industrial Flow Measurement Engineering                                                              22
Designing and Tuning Feedback and Advanced Regulatory and Control Strategies                         23
Understanding Distributed (DCS) Processor Systems                                                    23
Sizing, Selecting, and Applying Process Control Valves                                               24
Establishing a Standards-Based Calibration Program                                                   24
Batch Control Using ISA Standard ANSI/ISA-88.01-1995                                                 25
Managing Corporate Product Definitions Using ISA-88 General Recipes                                  25
Understanding and Applying 21 CFR Part 11                                                            25
Using the GAMP Model for Computer Validation                                                         25
SCADA Systems Integration                                                                            26
Understanding and Applying Motor Control                                                             26
Motion Control Systems and Applications                                                              26
Picking the Right Bus - A Comparison of Field and Device Networks                                    27            11 (CA)           10 (TX)
Overview of FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus Technology                                                         27
Implementing Wireless Technologies                                                                   28             9 (CA)            7 (TX)
OPC: The Windows to the World are Open                                                               28
Securing Industrial Networks: Cyber Protection for Automation, Control, and SCADA Systems            29                               6 (TX)
Cyber Security Vulnerability and Risk Assessment                                                     29
Optimizing and Securing an Information Architecture                                                  29
Implementing Business to MES Integration Using the ANSI/ISA-95 Standard                              30
Applying Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)                                                       30
Safety Instrumented Systems - Design, Analysis, and Justification                                    31
Understanding and Applying Instrumentation in Hazardous Locations                                    31
Boiler Control Systems Engineering                                                                   32          15-17 (NC)
Burner Management Systems Engineering                                                                32          18-19 (NC)
Principles of DCS Alarm Management                                                                   33
Evaluating Control System Safety and Reliability                                                     33
Acid Rain Program and NOx Budget Program Regulations                                                 34
Advances in Continuous Emission Monitoring (CEM) Techniques                                          34            8 (MD)
Surviving an LDAR Audit                                                                              34
Project Management for Engineers                                                                     35
Managing Engineers and the Technical Staff                                                           35
Planning, Justifying, and Executing Automation + Control Projects                                    36
Control Systems Engineering PE Exam Review Course                                                    36
Certified Automation Professional (CAP) Exam Review Course                                           37




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                                                                                                                 See page 43 for location details

    January             February            March               April                May                June                July                August

  17-19(NC);            7-9 (TX);       2/28-3/2 (IN); 4-6 (PA); 12-14 (OH);      9-11 (NC);         20-22 (NJ)           5-7 (OH);           1-3 (CA);
  10-12 (NJ)           14-16 (MA)        14-16 (NC)         25-27 (CA)             23-25 (IN)                            18-20 (NC)          16-18 (MA)
  20-21 (NC)           10-11 (TX)          3-4 (IN);        28-29 (CA)            12-13 (NC);                            21-22 (NC)           4-5 (CA)
                                          17-18 (NC)                               26-27 (IN)
  24-25 (NC)                              29-30 (IN)                                                 23-24 (NJ)



                       14-18 (NC)         7-11 (IN)          4-8 (PA);             2-6 (CA)          13-17 (NC)          25-29 (TX)          22-26 (NC)
                                                            18-22 (NC)
                       21-23 (NC)                                                  9-11 (IN)
                       24-25 (NC)                                                 12-13 (IN)
                                                              7-8 (PA)            16-17 (IN)         20-21 (NC)
                                         8-10 (NC)
              1/31-2/2 (IN)              14-16 (NC)                                              6-8 (CA); 13-15 (NC)                 8-10 (CA); 8-10 (TX); 29-31 (IN)
                         3-4 (IN)        17-18 (NC)                                             9-10 (CA); 16-17 (NC)                  11-12 (CA); 11-12 (TX)


                                         15-17 (CA)                                2-4 (NC)                              26-28 (CA)
                                                                                   5-6 (NC)
                                         29-31 (NC)
  25-27 (MA)           22-24 (NC)        29-31 (OH)          4-6 (PA);                                1-3 (TX);          6-8 (NC);             2-4 (NJ)
                                                            19-21 (CA)                               21-23 (OH)         26-28 (MA)


                                                              4-5 (NC)                                                                       15-16 (NC)
                                                              6-8 (NC)                                                                       17-19 (NC)
  24-26 (TX)                                                                                          1-3 (NC)
                                          16-18 (NJ)                              25-27 (NC)          6/29/-7/1 (OH); 13-15 (NJ)
                                                            11-13 (NC)
                                                            11-12 (NC)
                                                                                                                                               1-3 (NC)
                                           24 (NC)

                                           23 (NC)
                                          14-15 (NJ)                              23-24 (NC)         27-28 (OH)          11-12 (NJ)
                       16-17 (NC)                             7-8 (IN)            12-13 (OH)
                        7-9 (NC)                                                  9-11 (OH)
    12 (NC)             17 (CA)                                5 (PA)                                  30 (NJ)
                                                                                                       29 (NJ)
    11 (NC)           7 (TX); 16 (TX)                          6 (PA)               25 (IN)
    10 (NC)               15 (CA)                                                                      28 (NJ)
10 (NC); 20 (TX)          15 (TX)                      7 (PA); 12 (CA); 12 (IN)     18 (IN)
                                                          8 (PA); 14 (CA)           20 (IN)
                                                               13 (CA)              19 (IN)
                                                                                                                                               2-3 (NC)
                                                                                                                                               4-5 (NC)
  24-26 (NC)                                                  4-6 (PA)            17-19 (MA)
  13-14 (NJ)                              3-4 (NC)            7-8 (PA)                               14-15 (OH)                               16-17 (TX)
  24-26 (CA)                              7-9 (NC)                                16-18 (MA)
  27-28 (CA)                             10-11 (NC)                               19-20 (MA)
   8-9 (OH)                              23-24 (NC)
                                                                                                                         21-22 (NC)
                       9-11 (NC)
   17 (NC)              21 (TX)                                                                        5 (TN)                                   17 (CA)
   18 (NC)              22 (NC)                                                     17 (TX)                                                     18 (CA)
  17-18 (NJ)                2/28 - 3/1 (NC)
                                          2-4 (NC)
                                         29-30 (NC)           7-8 (PA)
  18-20 (CA)                             8-10 (MA)            4-6 (PA)            16-18 (NC)                             18-20 (NC)            9-11 (NJ)
                       14-16 (NC)        15-17 (OH)           4-6 (PA)            10-12 (CA)        28-30 (MA)           19-21 (NJ)           23-25 (TX)




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Let Us Bring Our
  Hands-On Training to You
ISA Onsite Training brings any ISA course (the expert instruction, the training
materials, the equipment – all of it!) direct to your location.
All you have to do is pick the time and place – ISA does the rest!




W
           hen you bring an ISA training course onsite,
           the instructor can customize the material to       “Not only did ISA bring its
           emphasize your specific plant requirements        Training Institute all the way to
and needs. And since the training is held at your            my company in Alaska, but they
location, there are no associated travel costs and your       customized the course to meet
employees don’t have to leave home.
 Hundreds of companies and organizations have already
                                                                  our specific needs.  ”
                                                                    -Winston Gillies,
realized the value and cost savings possible. Join them.           Phillips Alaska, Inc.


                                                             “We chose to do ISA onsite
                                                           training because it is economically
                                                            more feasible since we can train
                                                                more people at one time
                                                                                  ”
                                                                     for less cost.
                                                                   -Wally Cackowski,
                                                                Dominion Transmission



                                                           For more information
                                                           For a confidential price estimate on
                                                           bringing an ISA course to your
                                                           location or for a comprehensive needs
                                                           analysis, please contact our training
                                                           consultants:
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              Technician Training
              Needs Assessment
             Helps companies prepare their technicians for the
        Certified Control Systems Technician® (CCST®) Certification



?     Trying to determine the knowledge and skill
      set of your employees for future training?



?
?
      Not sure what training plan would be best for
      your technicians?


      Do your technicians have varied backgrounds
      and experience?
                                                        4        Easy
                                                                 Steps
                                                        1 Each technician answers 100
                                                          multiple-choice questions based
If you answer “yes” to any of these                       on the knowledge requirements
questions, an ISA Training Needs Assessment can           identified in the CCST national job
help point you in the right direction.                    analysis report.

Our four-step process forms a continuous cycle that     2 Each technician “self-assesses”
helps you create a training program to yield the          his or her ability to complete
improved performance and productivity that your           specific tasks related to a control
company expects.                                          systems technicians’ daily duties.

When you schedule an ISA Training Needs                 3 ISA’s expert instructor interviews
Assessment, we send an expert ISA instructor to           each technician and direct
evaluate your employees’ needs and provide a              supervisor to clarify and enhance
written report of training recommendations for each       the information collected by the
                                                          surveys.
individual.
                                                        4 ISA submits a written report
The report shows your employees’ strengths, as
                                                          summarizing findings and
well as areas where training could enhance job            providing recommendations.
performance. It contains an in-depth analysis of each
employee, as well as overall recommendations and
comments. This documentation is often useful when
undergoing ISO, FDA, or OSHA audits.



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                     FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS

                     Fundamental Skills                                         Understanding Industrial Processes,
FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS



                                                                                Measurement, and Control
                     These best-selling courses will give you a basis for       One of our most popular courses, this lecture-based course
                     understanding today’s automation and control systems and   overviews industrial measurement and control to give technicians,
                     communicating with others in the field.                    engineers, and managers a foundation for communicating with
                                                                                other control system professionals.
                     We recommend you attend these courses, or have their
                     equivalent knowledge, before moving on to other training   YOU WILL COVER:
                     paths (see pages 11 and 21). These courses are also        Process Control Concepts: Continuous • Batch • Discrete
                     excellent for managers, salespeople, and others who need   • Measurement and Control in Industry • Graphic Description of
                     to understand automation and control.                      Loop Components • Component Loop Dynamics
                                                                                Industrial Measurement Systems: Sensor Selection and
                                                                                Characteristics • Transmitters • Smart Transmitters
                     ➤ Understanding Industrial Processes, Measurement
                                                                                Pressure Measurements: Concepts • Instruments
                       and Control (pg 8)
                                                                                • Differential Pressure Measurement
                     ➤ Measurement and Control Workbench (pg 9)
                                                                                Level Measurement: Concepts • Hydrostatic Head • Capacitance
                     ➤ Developing and Applying Standard Instrumentation         • Ultrasonic • By Weight
                       and Control Documentation (pg 9)
                                                                                Flow Measurement: Fluid Fundamentals • Methods and Concepts
                                                                                • Differential Head • Velocity Measurement Devices
                                                                                • Mass Flowmeters
                                                                                Temperature Measurement: Concepts • Thermometers
                                                                                • Thermocouples • RTDs • Thermistors • Transmitters
                                                                                Industrial Process Control: Basic Feedback Control • Components
                                                                                • PID Control • Final Elements • Tuning Concepts
                                                                                Technology Trends: Smart Components • Fieldbus

                                                                                CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                                                                • Flow measurement and pressure scales review
                                                                                • Interpreting simple P&IDs

                                                                                A hand-held calculator should be brought to class

                                                                                INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Measurement and Control Basics,
                                                                                                        3rd Ed.
                                                                                ■ COURSE NO.: FG05
                                                                                (Note: FG10, is recommended for those taking FG05 who
                                                                                want hands-on experience)
                                                                                LENGTH: 3 Days            CEUs: 2.1
                                                                                PRICE:     $1,210 Members
                                                                                           $1,295 Nonmembers
                                                                                           $1,195 Group

                                                                                SCHEDULE:
                                                                                Research Triangle Park, NC: 17-19 January 2005; 14-16 March 2005;
                                                                                9-11 May 2005; 18-20 July 2005
                                                                                Long Beach, CA: 25-27 April 2005; 1-3 August 2005
                                                                                Merrillville, IN: 28 February - 2 March 2005; 23-25 May 2005
                                                                                Boston, MA: 14-16 February 2005; 16-18 August 2005
                                                                                Morristown, NJ: 10-12 January 2005; 20-22 June 2005
                                                                                Cleveland, OH: 12-14 April 2005; 5-7 July 2005
                                                                                Philadelphia, PA: 4-6 April 2005
                                                                                Pasadena, TX: 16-18 November 2004; 7-9 February 2005


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                                                                                                      FUNDAMENTALS SKILLS




                                                                                                                                             FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS
Measurement and Control Workbench                                   Developing and Applying Standard
This concentrated, 100% hands-on experience expands your            Instrumentation and Control
basic understanding of measurement and control. During the
course, you will cover equipment familiarization, operation,
                                                                    Documentation
                                                                    Presents the methodology for designing and developing control
calibration, and tuning.
                                                                    systems documentation. It emphasizes the development of piping
YOU WILL COVER:                                                     and instrument diagrams and related drawings. This course covers
Proper Operation and Use of Test Equipment:
                                                                    both the development and the reading/interpreting of these
Digital Multimeters • Calibrators                                   documents and can be beneficial to both engineers and technicians.
Industrial Measurement Devices: Pressure • Temperature              YOU WILL COVER:
• Level • Flow • Instrument Calibration Principles                  P&IDs: Definition • Use • ISA Standard Symbols and Identification
Principles of Feedback Control Loops: Assembly • Operation          • Contents and Piping Information • Design and Construction
• Testing • Component Calibration • Tuning                          • Developing from Flow Diagrams • Scheduling Considerations
Final Control Elements: Control Valve Types and their Operation     • Hazardous Area Considerations
• Actuator Operation                                                Instrument Lists: Definition • Use
Industrial Control Fundamentals: Digital Controllers                Logic Diagrams: Definition and Use • Symbology • Interpretation
• Smart Transmitter Configuration                                   • ISA Standards
                                                                    Installation Details: Use • Materials of Construction • Valves
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                     • Scheduling
• Calibrate process measurement devices for level, temperature,     Location Plans: Purpose • Development • Structural Considerations
  pressure, and flow using a variety of equipment                   • Electrical and Other Trays • Panel Location
• Configure smart transmitters                                      Loop Diagrams: Purpose • Interpretation • Development • ISA
• Operate digital controllers                                       Standards • Scheduling Considerations
• Learn control loop tuning using software                          Control Methods: Feedback • Feedforward • Ratio • Cascade
• Build and tune a feedback control loop                            • Control Valves
                                                                    Standards and Documentation: ISA-5.1–5.5 • ISO 9000 • OSHA
■ COURSE NO.: FG10                                                  • Process Safety System Management • API 750
LENGTH: 2 Days      CEUs: 1.4
                                                                    CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
PRICE: $1,210 Members
                                                                    • Develop diagrams for flow, level, temperature, and pressure loops
        $1,295 Nonmembers
        $1,195 Group                                                • Develop documents for sample instruments
                                                                    • Design and develop a P&ID from a flow diagram and process
SCHEDULE:                                                             description
Research Triangle Park, NC: 20-21 January 2005; 17-18 March 2005;   • Design and develop logic diagrams
12-13 May 2005; 21-22 July 2005                                     • Develop other project documents
Long Beach, CA: 28-29 April 2005; 4-5 August 2005                   • Optional: Participants are invited to bring their own plant specific
Merrillville, IN: 3-4 March 2005; 26-27 May 2005                      P&IDs for group discussion
Pasadena, TX: 10-11 February 2005
                                                                    INCLUDES ISA STANDARDS: ISA-5.1-1984 (R1992);
                                                                    ISA-5.2-1976 (R1992); ISA-5.3-1983; ISA-5.4-1991;
                                                                    ISA-5.5-1985; and ISA-20-1981

                                                                    ALSO INCLUDES ISA SOFTWARE: P&ID Clip Symbols

 Take courses                                                       ■ COURSE NO.: FG15
FG05 and FG10                                                       LENGTH: 2 Days     CEUs: 1.4
   and save!                                                        PRICE: $910 Members
   Combo Price:
ISA Member:$2,405                                                           $995 Nonmembers
Nonmember:$2,490                                                            $895 Group

                                                                    SCHEDULE:
                                                                    Research Triangle Park, NC: 24-25 January 2005
                                                                    Merrillville, IN: 29-30 March 2005
                                                                    Morristown, NJ: 23-24 June 2005



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Certified Control Systems
           ®       ®
Technician (CCST )
Over 8,500 technicians have applied to be an ISA CCST.

ISA’s CCST program recognizes and verifies a technician’s
knowledge, experience, and education in calibration,
loop checking, troubleshooting, start-up, maintenance
and repair, and project organization.

“The [ISA CCST] program
gives technicians control and
empowerment in their career,        Show your career commitment by becoming an ISA CCST
and gives them a competitive        As a CCST, you can earn credibility in your job performance, gain respect
advantage in regards to jobs.       from your managers and peers, and increase your salary and career
[It also] gives management a        advancement opportunities. Three levels of certification are available,
tool to validate employees’         based upon your years of experience.
skills.”
                 – Bill Phipps,     Document and verify your technicians skills and knowledge
 Permian Basin Training Center of
           Chevron International    Many employers have used the three levels of the CCST program to
                                    establish career paths for their technicians. Others have begun listing it
                                    as a requirement for hiring and advancement opportunities.

                                    A Wealth of Information – www.isa.org/CCST
                                    The CCST Web site includes all the information you need to get started on
                                    the path to CCST certification. You’ll find:
                                          • a searchable list of current CCSTs and a list of companies who
                                            support the CCST program
                                          • the exam application form and current exam date/location schedule
                                          • answers to questions frequently asked by managers and technicians
                                          • the program information guide which explains the background and
                                            specifics of the program
                                          • case studies and CCST profiles in the CCST Tech Times Newsletter
                                          • information on the resources available to help you study and
                                            prepare for the exam (see page 11 in this catalog for a list of
                                            available training courses)




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                                                                               TECHNICAL SKILLS




                                                                                                        TECHNICAL SKILLS
Technical Skills
                                    These courses help newcomers to industrial control hone
                                    their technical skills. They have also proven beneficial for
                                    practicing control technicians preparing for the Certified
                                    Control Systems Technician® (CCST®) exam

                                    ➤ Instrumentation Maintenance
                                    Understanding Industrial Processes, Measurement
                                     and Control (pg 8)


                                    Measurement and Control Workbench (pg 9)
                                    Developing and Applying Standard Instrumentation
                                     and Control Documentation (pg 9)
                                    Installing, Calibrating, and Maintaining
                                      Electronic Instruments (pg 12)
                                    Understanding Electrical Systems (pg 13)


                                    Industrial Electronics (pg 13)
                                    Grounding in Electrical Systems and Noise Reduction in
                                     Instrument Loops (pg 14)
                                    Maintaining Pneumatic Control Valves, Controllers, and
                                     Transmitters (pg 14)

                                    ➤ Control Systems
                                    Understanding and Tuning Control Loops (pg 15)


                                    Troubleshooting Instrumentation and
                                      Control Systems (pg 15)
                                    Using the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for
                                     Discrete Industrial Control Applications (pg 16)


                                    Programming the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for
                                      Discrete and Analog Control Applications (pg 16)


                                    ➤ Industrial Data Communications
                                    Industrial Data Communications (pg 17)


                                    Industrial Data Communications, Part II (pg 17)
                                    Configuring and Testing Smart Field Devices (pg 18)


                                    ➤ Review
                                    Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST) Exam
                                     Review Course (pg 18)




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                                Installing, Calibrating, and Maintaining Electronic Instruments
                                This combination of practical information and hands-on experiences covers proper installation, calibration, and maintenance
                                of electronic instruments. You will examine characteristics of electronic control systems, techniques for installing electronic
                                instruments, and procedures for configuring and calibrating transmitters, transducers, and controllers. Approximately 50% of
                                your time in this course is spent in the lab.

                   YOU WILL COVER:                                                          CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                   Maintenance Defined: Importance • Corrective, Preventive, and            • Calculate, record, and graph instrument performance data
                   Predictive Maintenance • Troubleshooting • ISO 9000 and 9001             • Measure and record voltage, current, resistance
                   Current Loop Characteristics: Current to Voltage Conversion              • Calculate span and range values for various applications
                   • Multiple Loop Devices • Diode Schematic Series Diode and
                                                                                            • Calibrate a variety of electronic transmitters and transducers
                   Resistors
                                                                                            • Configure a smart transmitter
                   Review of Electrical Measurements: Typical Multimeter • Voltage,
                   Current, and Resistance Measurement                                      • Re-range and perform digital trim on a smart transmitter
                   Instrument Performance: Range and Span • Suppressed/Elevated             • Construct a simple feedback flow loop, perform a loop check,
                   Zero • Accuracy and Repeatability • Linearity • Hysteresis and             and tune the loop using trial and error tuning
                   Dead Band • Performance Specifications • Zero, Span, and
                   Nonlinear Errors                                                         INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Maintenance of Instruments and Systems
                   Calibration Principles: Calibration Block Diagram • Hierarchy of
                                                                                            A hand-held calculator should be brought to class.
                   Standards • Five-Point Calibration • Calibration Chart
                   Transmitter Calibration: Variable Capacitance • Shop Calibration         ■ COURSE NO.: TI25
                   • Electro-pneumatic Calibrator • In-Shop or Field Calibration            LENGTH: 4.5 Days    CEUs: 3.2
                   • Temperature Transmitters • RTD Calibration • Thermocouple              PRICE: $1,910 Members
                   Transmitter Calibration                                                          $1,995 Nonmembers
                   Smart Transmitters: Operation and Configuration • Reranging                      $1,895 Group
                   • Characterization and Digital Trim • Sensor Trim • 4 - 20 mA Trim
                   Signal Transducers: I/P Transducer Calibration                           SCHEDULE:
                   Process Dynamics and Control: First Order Lag • Dead Time                Research Triangle Park, NC: 6-10 December 2004;
                   • Control Strategies • Proportional Control/Action • Integral Action     14-18 February 2005; 18-22 April 2005; 13-17 June 2005;
                   • Derivative Action                                                      22-26 August 2005
                   Analog Controllers and Recorders: Controllers and Indicators             Long Beach, CA: 6-10 December 2004; 2-6 May 2005
                   • Direct/Reverse Acting Controller • Differential Amplifier
                                                                                            Merrillville, IN: 7-11 March 2005
                   • Proportional Control • Integral • Derivative
                   Digital Controllers and Recorders: Configuration                         Philadelphia, PA: 4-8 April 2005
                   Documentation Review: Instrument Line Symbols • General                  Pasadena, TX: 1-5 November 2004; 25-29 July 2005
                   Instrument/Function Symbols • Control Loop on P&I Drawings
                   • Identification Letters • Typical Letter Combinations • Piping and
                   Instrument Diagram (P&IDs) • Loop Diagram • Wiring Detail
                   Drawing • Process Flow Diagram • Instrument Location Drawing
                   • Installation Details
                   Installation Practices: Manufacturer’s Requirements • Isolation or




                                                                                            a
                   Grounding Problem? • Loop Isolation
                   Installation in Hazardous Areas: Hazardous Area Classification
                                                                                                            Don't See the Course You Need?
                   • Class and Division Designations • Area Classification Plan                             E-mail ISA at info@isa.org and let us
                   • Applicable ISA Standards • Fire and Explosion Components                               know if there is a specific course topic
                   • Protection Techniques • Equipment Classification • Intrinsic                           you need training on that you don't
                   Safety                                                                                   see here in our catalog. We may be
                   Future Trends: What is FOUNDATION Fieldbus? • How Fieldbus                               able to find a course for you.
                   Groups Relate • Benefits • PC-Based Control
                   Loop Checking and Tuning: Planning • Procedure • Startup and
                   Tuning • Trial and Error Tuning




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                                                                                                                                                        TECHNICAL SKILLS
Understanding Electrical Systems                                                        Industrial Electronics
Covers the electrical principles and components used in                                 Introduces the practice and theory of industrial electronics
industrial instrumentation, emphasizing safety. Includes                                emphasizing safety, electrostatic discharge, damage, and
using schematic symbols and the National Electrical Code                                prevention. Assumes an understanding of basic electrical
(NEC) and incorporates basic test equipment.                        Take courses        systems.
                                                                    TI15 and TI20
                                                                      and save!
YOU WILL COVER:                                                                         YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                       Combo Price:
Direct and Alternating Current Circuits: DC Potential              ISA Member: $2,405   Diode Operation: Reverse and Forward Bias • Forward
Sources • Conductors • Resistances • Switches • Energy             Nonmember: $2,490    Voltage Drop • Peak Inverse Voltage • Rectifier Applications
Transfer (Current) • Values and Currents • Peak and                                   Zener Diode Operation: Reverse and Forward Bias
Amplitude • Peak-to-Peak Amplitude • Frequency                                 • Zener Voltage • Minimum Zener Current • Voltage Regulator
• Conversion Units • Phase
                                                                               Silicon Controlled Rectifier and Switch: Reverse and Forward Bias
Overcurrent Devices: Fuses • Circuit Breakers • Overloads                      • Gate Triggering • Applications
Inductance and Capacitance: Electromagnetism • Lenz’s Law                      TRIAC: Forward and Reverse Bias • Gate Triggering • DIAC
• Transition Effects • Inductive Reactance • Inductive Kick • Relays           • Applications and Operations
• Solenoids • Contractors • Values and Units • Transition Effects
                                                                               Bipolar Triodes: Operation • Applications • Properties
• Capacitive Reactance • Capacitors (Type Values)
                                                                               Operational Amplifiers: Definitions • Assumptions • Applications
Applied Circuits: Impedance • Resonance • Power Factor
                                                                               Electrostatic Discharge: Description • Prevention • Work
Measuring Equipment: Voltmeter • Ammeter • Ohmeter
                                                                               Environment
• Watt Meter
                                                                               Schematic Analysis: Symbols • Circuit Identification • References
Safety: Measurement • Work Environment
                                                                               Digital Circuitry: Technology Families • Logics • Use of Data Sheet
Bridges: Description • Operation • Use
                                                                               • Applications
Schematic Analysis: Symbols • Circuit Identification • References
                                                                               Analog-to-Digital/Digital-to-Analog: Description • Circuitry
Polyphase Sources: 3 Phase • Y • Delta • Blind Delta Connection                • Applications
NEC: Description • Use • Industrial Applicability
                                                                               CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                                • Use test equipment, including VOMs, DMMs, and scopemeters
• Measure current, voltage, and resistance                                       to verify operation of electronic components
• Use electrical sources and components                                        • Construct electronic circuits to demonstrate application of
• Use capacitors and resistors                                                   rectifiers, voltage regulators, amplifiers, electronic switches, A/D
                                                                                 converters, comparators, TTL, and CMOS logics
• Hook up a resistive DC parallel circuit
• Analyze a circuit for voltage, current, power dissipation, and               A hand-held calculator should be brought to class.
  resistance
• Test a relay for pull in and dropout voltage                                 ■COURSE NO.: TI20
                                                                               LENGTH: 2 days      CEUs: 1.4
■COURSE NO.: TI15                                                              PRICE: $1,110 Members
LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1                                                          $1,195 Nonmembers
PRICE: $1,310 Members                                                                  $1,095 Group
        $1,395 Nonmembers
        $1,295 Group                                                           SCHEDULE:
                                                                               Research Triangle Park, NC: 24-25 February 2005
SCHEDULE:                                                                      Merrillville, IN: 12-13 May 2005
Research Triangle Park, NC: 21-23 February 2005
                                                                               Rochester, NY: 16-17 November 2004
Merrillville, IN: 9-11 May 2005




                            Onsite Training Saves You Time and Money!
                        ISA Onsite Training brings the instructors and equipment directly to you.
                          No travel expenses. No more time away from the job than necessary.
                                                     See pages 6-7 for details.


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                   Grounding in Electrical Systems and                                     Maintaining Pneumatic Control Valves,
                   Noise Reduction in Instrument Loops                                     Controllers, and Transmitters
                   This course provides an understanding of grounding, from an             Covers correct installation, calibration, and maintenance of
                   electrical systems relationship and from an instrument loops            pneumatic instruments and explains how pneumatic instruments
                   relationship. It also covers the purpose of grounding and               function in the control loop. Emphasis is on valves, valve
                   electrical systems, grounding for safety, signal noise, signal wiring   positioners, controllers, and transmitters.
                   systems, and methods used to reduce noise. Assumes a basic
                   understanding of electrical principles and signal wiring.               YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                                           Overview of Drawings and Schematics: P&IDs • Loop Diagram
                   YOU WILL COVER:                                                         Symbols
                   Grounding: NEC Definitions • Earth Ground • Electrical Shock            Function and Installation: Transmitters • Controllers • Recorders
                   • Wye- and Delta-Connected Transformers • Grounding Electrical          • Relays • Ancillary Devices (Square Root Extractors, Pneumatic
                   Systems • Grounding Methods • Isolated Grounding • Ground               Set, etc.) • Valves and Transducers • Flow Primary Elements
                   Loops in Instrumentation
                                                                                           Alignment: Transmitters • Controllers • Control Valves
                   Noise: What are Noise and Interference? • Transmission of Noise
                                                                                           Calculation for Elevation or Suppression and Calibration:
                   and Interference • Signal Wiring and Conductors • Shielding and
                                                                                           Transmitters • Controllers • Indicators
                   Grounding in Instrumentation • Shielding and Grounding Methods
                                                                                           Using Test Equipment: Measuring Input and Output Values
                   Powering Sensitive Equipment: Power Disturbance Waveforms
                   • Surge Suppression Devices and Characteristics • Power                 Instrument Calibration: Set Up • Equipment • Determining Errors
                   Conditioners • UPS • Power System Harmonics and Their Effects           and Corrective Action • Documenting Results • Deadweight Tester
                                                                                           • Pressure Calibrators • PSI Calibration Devices • Inches Water
                   CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                         Calibration Devices
                   • Label voltage potential that exists between transformer taps on       Instrument Air: Clean and Dry • Why Needed • How Different
                     handout                                                               from Plant Air • Potential Problems
                   • Check body resistance and compare results                             Pneumatic Control Valves: Types • Actuators • Positioners
                   • Demonstrate the operation of a GFCI receptacle
                                                                                           CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                   • Measure harmonic distortion
                                                                                           • Calibrate a pressure gage
                   ■ COURSE NO.: TI21                                                      • Calibrate and align a pressure transmitter
                   LENGTH: 2 Days     CEUs: 1.4                                            • Calibrate a differential pressure transmitter
                   PRICE: $910 Members                                                     • Calibrate a bubble tube level measurement system
                           $995 Nonmembers                                                 • Align and calibrate a pneumatic controller
                           $895 Group                                                      • Connect and observe the operation of relays and transducers
                   SCHEDULE:                                                               • Describe the operation of a control valve
                   Research Triangle Park, NC: 20-21 June 2005                             • Align/calibrate a pneumatic positioner
                                                                                           • Observe the operation of a pneumatic control loop
                   Merrillville, IN: 16-17 May 2005
                                                                                           • Pressure and switch familiarization
                   Philadelphia, PA: 7-8 April 2005
                   Rochester, NY: 7-8 December 2004                                        A hand-held calculator should be brought to class.

                                                                                           ■ COURSE NO.: TI05
                                                                                           LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1




                   a
                                                                                           PRICE: $1,460 Members
                                    Don't See the Course You Need?                                 $1,545 Nonmembers
                                    E-mail ISA at info@isa.org and let us                          $1,445 Group
                                    know if there is a specific course topic
                                                                                           SCHEDULE:
                                    you need training on that you don't
                                                                                           Research Triangle Park, NC: 8-10 March 2005
                                    see here in our catalog. We may be
                                    able to find a course for you.




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                                                                                                                                                 TECHNICAL SKILLS
Understanding and Tuning Control                                                   Troubleshooting Instrumentation
Loops                                                                              and Control Systems
Covers the principles of automatic industrial control and                          Presents a systematic approach to troubleshooting and
the operation of the proportional, integral, and derivative                        start-up as they apply to single and multi-loop control
                                                               Take courses
control modes. Presents advanced concepts of cascade,         TC05 and TC10        loops. Covers how pressure, level, flow, and temperature
ratio, and feedforward control as well as methods of             and save!         loops operate to maintain good process control systems.
controller tuning.                                                Combo Price:     Assumes a knowledge of instrumentation and control.
                                                              ISA Member: $2,505
YOU WILL COVER:                                               Nonmember: $2,590  YOU WILL COVER:
Feedback Control Concepts and Components: History                                Introduction: Purpose of Troubleshooting • Reasons for
• Operation • Pictorial Representation • Disturbances in the Loop          Troubleshooting
Control Modes: Proportional • Integral • Derivative                        Approaches to Troubleshooting: Equipment History
Dynamic and Steady State Considerations: Gain • Dead Time                  • Input/Output (Serial) • Shotgun Approach • Logical Analysis
• Time Constant                                                            Logical Analysis Troubleshooting: Verify • Identify • Repair • Test
Tuning Control Systems: Closed and Open Loop Tuning • Ziegler              • Follow-up on Problems
Nichols Method • Evaluation and Control Criteria                           ISA Standard Diagrams and Symbols: Process and Instrument
Cascade Control: Primary Loop • Secondary Loop • Design and                Drawings • Loop Drawings • Safety Logic
Tuning Criteria                                                            Single-Loop Feedback Control Troubleshooting: Measurement
Ratio Control: Applications • Implementation                               Concerns • Controller Operations • Signal Conditioners
                                                                           • Troubleshooting Simulation
Feedforward Control: Criteria • Applications • Tuning
• Implementation • Limitations                                             Multi-Loop Control Systems Troubleshooting: Ratio (Two
                                                                           Controlled Streams, Wild Stream) • Cascade • Three-Element
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                            Control • Troubleshooting Simulation
• Demonstrate the operation of components required for closed              Introduction to Digital Control Systems: Advantages • Digital
  loop control                                                             Control (DDC) • Supervisory DC • Supervisory Plus DDC
• Review start-up procedures for single and multi-loop systems             • Analog Back-up
• Observe operation and tuning of a feedback control loop                  Distributed Control Functions for Troubleshooting: Elements
                                                                           • Displays (Graphic, Trend, Alarm)
• Tune multi-loop and feedforward control systems using a PC-
  Based simulation software                                                Start-up Concerns: Safety • Documentation • Tuning Review


INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Fundamentals of Process Control Theory,                 CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                   3rd Edition                                             • Construct and tune a feedback control loop
                                                                           • Diagnose problems using DCS displays for information
■ COURSE NO.: TC05                                                         • Troubleshoot several single loop control systems
LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1
                                                                           • Diagnose and solve problems with ratio, cascade, and three-
PRICE: $1,310 Members                                                        element control loops
        $1,395 Nonmembers
                                                                           • Diagnose and solve problems with single loop control loops
        $1,295 Group

SCHEDULE:                                                                  ■ COURSE NO.: TC10
Research Triangle Park, NC: 14-16 March 2005; 13-15 June 2005
                                                                           LENGTH: 2 days      CEUs: 1.4
                                                                           PRICE: $1,210 Members
Long Beach, CA: 6-8 June 2005; 8-10 August 2005                                    $1,295 Nonmembers
Merrillville, IN: 1-3 November 2004; 31 January - 2 February 2005;                 $1,195 Group
29-31 August 2005
                                                                           SCHEDULE:
Pasadena, TX: 8-10 August 2005
                                                                           Research Triangle Park, NC: 17-18 March 2005; 16-17 June 2005
                                                                           Long Beach, CA: 9-10 June 2005; 11-12 August 2005
                                                                           Merrillville, IN: 4-5 November 2004; 3-4 February 2005
                                                                           Pasadena, TX: 11-12 August 2005




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                   Using the Programmable Logic                                                        Programming the Programmable
                   Controller (PLC) for Discrete                                                       Logic Controller (PLC) for Discrete
                   Industrial Control Applications                                                     and Analog Control Applications
                   This introductory course enables you to configure               Take courses        This course demonstrates the concepts involved in
                   programming software, develop, document, and test a            TC20 and TC25        deploying and maintaining automation systems based on
                   PLC ladder program.                                               and save!         PLCs. It covers discrete and analog control applications,
                                                                                      Combo Price:     operator interface systems, and links to plant networks.
                   YOU WILL COVER:                                                ISA Member: $2,305
                                                                                  Nonmember: $2,390    This course also introduces advanced graphical
                   Input/Output Systems: Discrete, DC/AC, and Analog
                                                                                                       programming tools as defined in IEC 1131, Part 3.
                   Modules • Connection Diagrams
                   CPU Operation and PLC Memory Organization: Scan Cycle and                   YOU WILL COVER:
                   Time • Memory Size and Map • Input/Output Data Files                        System Architectures: Components
                   • Hardware/Software Interface • Data File Addressing                        Performance Specifications: Memory Size • Program Execution
                   PLC System Power Supply and Sizing                                          Speed • Accuracy • Reliability
                   Electric Motor Control Fundamentals: Relays • Devices and                   Analog I/O Concepts: Module Types • Signal Levels • Wiring
                   Symbols • Ladder Diagram Symbols • Comparison of Logic                      Requirements • Number Systems • Signal Ranges
                   Circuits, Ladder Symbols, and Diagrams                                      Using Math Instructions
                   PLC Ladder Programming: Software • Ladder Logic Instructions                Building Process Simulation Tools: First Order Lag • Second Order
                   • Time and Counter Instructions • Basic Discrete Control Functions          Lag • Motor Starter Simulation
                   PLC Data Manipulation Instructions: Data Move/Comparison                    Closed Loop Control: On-Off Control • Design and
                   PLC Installation: Panel Layout • Heating • NEMA Enclosures                  Implementation • PID Algorithm • Setup • Timing • Tuning
                   • Maintenance • Duct and Wiring Layout • Grounding                          Beyond Ladder Logic: IEC 1131 • Programming in Relay Ladder
                   Maintenance Practices and Safety Circuits: Visual Inspection                Logic, Function Blocks, Instruction List, Structured Text, and
                   • Continuity Check • Input/Output Wiring Check • Operational                Sequential Function Charts
                   Testing • Emergency Stops • Safety Control Relays • Emergency               New Developments in PLCs: Advanced Programming Tools
                   Disconnect • Troubleshooting • Hardware Failures • Software Errors          Interface • Soft PLC Concept

                   CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                             CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                   • Identify the basic components of a PLC                                    • Use programming software for configuration and diagnostics
                   • Wire and test a start/stop motor control circuit                          • Apply and understand add, subtract, multiply, and divide instruc-
                   • Wire start and stop switches, relays, and pilot lights to PLC input         tions and, if available, the compute instruction
                     and output modules
                                                                                               • Design, program, and test a simple filter (first order lag)
                   • Test input and output modules
                                                                                               • Design, program, and test an on/off/deadband control function
                   • Enter, download, and test a ladder program
                                                                                               • Design, program, test, and tune a PID loop controller using the
                   • Program and test a PLC start/stop motor control program
                                                                                                 manufacturers instruction sets
                   • Program and test an on-off tank level control application
                                                                                               • Design a batch control system using graphical programming
                   • Program and test timer, counter, and data manipulation instructions         principles
                   • Program and test basic arithmetic instructions
                   • Program and test a program used to scale an analog input and              A hand-held calculator should be brought to class.
                     analog output channel
                   • Check the operation of an analog input and analog output module           ■ COURSE NO.: TC25
                                                                                               LENGTH: 2 Days      CEUs: 1.4
                   INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Programmable Controllers, 3rd Ed.                        PRICE: $1,110 Members
                   ■ COURSE NO.: TC20                                                                  $1,195 Nonmembers
                                                                                                       $1,095 Group
                   LENGTH: 3 Days      CEUs: 2.1
                   PRICE: $1,210 Members                                                       SCHEDULE:
                           $1,295 Nonmembers                                                   This course is not currently scheduled, but can be brought to
                           $1,195 Group                                                        your location as onsite training.
                   SCHEDULE:
                   This course is not currently scheduled, but can be brought to
                   your location as onsite training.




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Industrial Data Communications                                                  Industrial Data Communications,
Starting from the basics, this course gives you the tools                       Part II
to understand, design, and maintain industrial                                In this course, you will learn about the latest develop-
communications systems on your plant floor. You’ll learn                      ments in networking, including practical tips on testing
the underlying principles behind today’s industrial        Take courses
                                                          TS05 and TS10 TCP/IP-based networks and where to safely use an
communications systems, including Modbus, Data               and save!        industrial Web intranet. You will also explore the strengths
Highway Plus, Ethernet, and TCP/IP. Real life examples       Combo Price:     and weaknesses of competing network technologies,
and case histories will help you understand the facts    ISA Member: $2,405 including leased services such as T1/T3, Frame Relay, or
behind control networks and how to apply and maintain    Nonmember: $2,490
                                                                              ADSL, and private systems such as short-haul modems
them effectively in your plant.                                               and fiber optics. This course will expand your practical
                                                                      knowledge of LAN, WAN, and Web technologies. It illustrates
YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                      what is safe and practical for today’s plant floor, including
What is Data Communications?: ISO/OSI Reference Model
                                                                      Internet technologies such as web servers, TCP/IP, and fiber
• Terminology Basics
                                                                      optics. Special focus will be placed on the questions of security in
Serial Communications: Modem Principles • EIA-232E Standard           the industrial setting.
• Beyond 232: EIA-422/423/485/530 Standards
Data Link Layer Basics: Data Encoding • Error Detection/              YOU WILL COVER:
Correction Schemes                                                      Introduction to LANs, WANs, Intranets, and the Internet

LAN Technologies: Overview of Ethernet Technology • Ethernet            WAN Transport Technologies: Inside the Phone System
Cabling and Configuration Rules • Repeaters, Bridges, Routers and       • Connecting via the Plain Old Telephone System (POTS)
Gateways • TCP/IP Overview • Is Ethernet Ready for the Plant            • Digital Connectivity (ATM, T1/T3, Frame Relay, ISDN, ADSL)
Floor? • Industrial Ethernet Design Techniques                          • Fiber-Optic Systems
Inside the Proprietary PLC Networks: Modbus RTU Protocol Suite          Understanding Packets and Protocols: Understanding TCP/IP
• Allen Bradley DH+ Protocol                                            • More TCP/IP Protocols • Troubleshooting Tools for TCP/IP
Troubleshooting Industrial Networks and Fieldbuses: Five Rules          Building a Plant Floor Web Server
for Troubleshooting • Troubleshooting with Statistics                   Real-Time vs. Relational Databases: Methods • Packages used to
• Troubleshooting Tools                                                 Deploy Data • Design Considerations
                                                                        Network Security Issues: Risks and Vulnerabilities • Virus
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                         Protection • Firewall and Encryption Basics
• Solving EIA-232 cabling problems
                                                                        Practical Industrial Intranet Applications
• Using protocol analyzers to capture serial and network traffic
• Using oscilloscopes to analyze network signals                        CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
• Basic troubleshooting of Ethernet/Windows-95/98 networks              • Understand the technology behind web access
                                                                        • TCP/IP diagnostic tools in Windows-2000/XP
INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Industrial Data Communications:                      • Create a web site and link sites together to form an intranet
                   Fundamentals and Applications,
                                                                        • Configure a security firewall for the plant floor
                   3rd Edition
                                                                        ISA strongly recommends taking TS05 before taking this course.
■ COURSE NO.: TS05
LENGTH: 3 Days      CEUs: 2.1                                           ■ COURSE NO.: TS10
PRICE: $1,310 Members                                                   LENGTH: 2 Days      CEUs: 1.4
        $1,395 Nonmembers                                               PRICE: $1,110 Members
        $1,295 Group                                                            $1,195 Nonmembers
                                                                                $1,095 Group
SCHEDULE:
Research Triangle Park, NC: 2-4 May 2005                                SCHEDULE:
Long Beach, CA: 15-17 March 2005; 26-28 July 2005                       Research Triangle Park, NC: 5-6 May 2005




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                   Configuring and Testing Smart Field                                   Certified Control Systems Technician®
                   Devices                                                               (CCST®) Review Course
                   This hands-on class offers a broad perspective of smart field         This is a fast paced review of the knowledge and practical skills
                   devices, including transmitters and valve-positioners. The            necessary to install and maintain standard measurement and control
                   emphasis is on more reliable information gathering, decreased         intrumentation. It is intended for technicians with a broad base of
                   maintenance time, ease-of-use, and multi-tasking capabilities.        experience in process controls who are preparing for the CCST
                   Covers use in conventional systems, and enhancements/                 exam. An explanation of the examination process and practice
                   improvements when combined with digital control networks.             taking a certification-type exam is provided.

                   YOU WILL COVER:                                                       YOU WILL COVER:
                   Analog vs. Digital Instruments: Analog Limitations • Calibration of   Domain 1 — Calibration: Principles and Equipment • Methods and
                   Analog vs. Digital Instruments • Flexibility of Digital Instruments   Calculations • P&ID Basics • Analysis and Documentation of
                   Digital Signal Sampling: Sampler • Sampled Signal Characteristics     Information
                   • Output of A/D Converter • Slow Sampling                             Domain 2 — Loop Checking: Evaluation of Loop Performance
                   Strength and Weaknesses of Digital Instruments: Effect on             • P&IDs and ISA Standards • Obtaining and Using Proper
                   Performance • Multiple Measurement • Programming for Field            Documentation • Installation Practices • Hazardous Area
                   Level Control • Future Development                                    Classification • Intrinsic Safety
                   Intelligent Control Valves: Digital Positioners • Diagnostic Tools    Domain 3 — Troubleshooting: Logical Analysis • Common
                   • Adding PID Controllers to Control Valves                            Problems • Types and Uses of Loop Diagrams • Basics of Smart
                   Serial Digital Communications: Parallel to Serial Converter
                                                                                         Devices and Digital Controllers
                   • Modem                                                               Domain 4 — Start-Up: Start-up/Shut-down Procedures for Pressure
                   HART™ Communication: Features • Master/Slave Communications
                                                                                         Level, Flow, and Temperature Measurement Processes • Final
                   • Point-to-Point • Capabilities of HART                               Control Elements • Troubleshooting Procedures
                   Proprietary Bus Systems: Overview of Bus Systems • Need for
                                                                                         CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                   Open Bus System                                                       • Unit conversion calculations
                   SP50 Fieldbus: What It Is • How Instruments Operate                   • Calibration documentation and analysis
                   Intelligent Multivariable Transmitters: How they Work • How they      • Trouble recognition and analysis
                   Transmit Multiple Variables                                           • ISA CCST Exam Level I daily practice exams
                   CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                       INCLUDES ISA TEXT: CCST Study Guide Level I
                   • Configure intelligent instruments and control valves
                   • Perform diagnostic tests on smart control valves                    ■ COURSE NO.: TS00
                                                                                         LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1
                   ■ COURSE NO.: TS15                                                    PRICE: $1,210 Members
                   LENGTH: 3 days       CEUs: 2.1                                                $1,295 Nonmembers
                   PRICE: $1,130 Members                                                         $1,195 Group
                            $1,195 Nonmembers
                                                                                         SCHEDULE:
                            $1,095 Group
                                                                                         Research Triangle Park, NC: 6-8 December 2004;

                   SCHEDULE:                                                             22-24 February 2005; 6-8 July 2005
                   Research Triangle Park, NC: 29-31 March 2005                          Long Beach, CA: 19-21 April 2005
                                                                                         Merrillville, IN: 9-11 November 2004
                                                                                         Boston, MA: 25-27 January 2005; 26-28 July 2005
                                                                                         Morristown, NJ: 2-4 August 2005
                                                                                         Cleveland, OH: 29-31 March 2005; 21-23 June 2005
                                                                                         Philadelphia, PA: 4-6 April 2005
                                                                                         Pasadena, TX: 2-4 November 2004; 1-3 June 2005

                                                                                                                       Take this review course and sit for
                                                                                         Special Bonus! the CCST exam the next day — at no
                                                                                                                        additional fee! That’s a $250 savings!
                                                                                         The exam fee will be waived ONLY if you take the exam on the
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                                                                                         qualifications. Your course registration and exam application
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ISA Certification Programs
                                                               ISA certification provides a non-biased,
                                                               third-party, objective assessment and
                                                               confirmation of your skills and gives you the
                                                               opportunity to stand out from the crowd and
                                                               be recognized.


                                                                Application Deadline   Exam Date
                                                                4 February 2005        19 March 2005
                                                                3 June 2005            16 July 2005
                                                                26 August 2005         8 October 2005
                                                                28 October 2005        10 December 2005




  Certified Automation Professional
  (CAP) Program
  CAPs are responsible for the direction, design, and deployment of
  systems and equipment for manufacturing and control systems.
  See page 20 for more information or visit www.isa.org/CAP




  ISA Certified Control Systems
  Technician® (CCST®) Program
  This program is designed for technicians who perform calibration,
  documentation, loop checks, troubleshooting, and repair/replacement
  of instrumentation. See page 10 for more information or visit www.isa.org/CCST




  Certified Industrial Maintenance
  Mechanics (CIMM) Program
  CIMMs are responsible for preventive, predictive, and corrective
  maintenance. They are multi-skilled individuals whose expertise is
  primarily mechanical in nature as opposed to instrumentation or
  electrical. See page 38 for more information or visit www.isa.org/CIMM




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                                   Get recognized.
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of systems and equipment for
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                                            ISA certification as a CAP will provide a non-biased, third-party,
                                            objective assessment and confirmation of your skills as an
                                            automation professional.

                                            CAP will give you and others working in automation and control a
                                            professional identity and recognize your specialized education,
                                            training, and knowledge in automation demonstrate your
                                            qualification, competence, and potential to current and future
                                            employers establish career paths and job advancement
                                            opportunities motivate you to continue growing in the field of
                                            automation
                                            CAP Performance Domains
                                            Six major performance domains account for the examination’s content.
                For more information        Domain I: Feasibility Study
                Visit www.isa.org/CAP       Domain II: Definition
                Call (919) 572-6880         Domain III: System Design
                E-mail CAP@isa.org          Domain IV: Development
                                            Domain V: Deployment
                                            Domain VI: Operation and Maintenance




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                                                                                                                               AUTOMATION PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
Automation Professional Skills
The courses in this path were arranged around the              ➤ Communications, Networks, and Data Management
technologies and topics covered on the Certified               Industrial Data Communications (pg 17)
Automation Professional (CAP) exam. It is not expected that
                                                               Industrial Data Communications, Part II (pg 17)
you would need to take each and every course, rather pick
and choose from the areas where you most need an               Picking the Right Bus - A Comparison of Field and Device
introduction or refresher.                                       Networks (pg 27)
                                                               Overview of FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus (pg 27)
If you already feel confident with your understanding of the
                                                               Implementing Wireless Technologies (pg 28)
CAP exam domains, you may benefit most from the review
courses which cover the topics in a fast-paced                 OPC: The Windows to the World are Open (pg 28)
environment, hitting the highlights.                           Securing Industrial Networks: Cyber Protection for
                                                                 Automation, Control and SCADA Systems (pg 29)
➤ Process Instrumentation                                      Cyber Security Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (pg 29)
Understanding Industrial Processes, Measurement and            Optimizing and Securing an Information Architecture (pg 29)
  Control (pg 8)
Measurement and Control Workbench (pg 9)                       ➤ MES Integration
Developing and Applying Standard Instrumentation and           Implementing Business to MES Integration Using the
  Control Documentation (pg 9)                                   ANSI/ISA-95 Standard (pg 30)
Industrial Pressure and Level Measurement                      Applying Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) (pg 30)
  Engineering (pg 22)
Industrial Flow Measurement Engineering (pg 22)                ➤ Safety and Environmental Issues
                                                               Grounding in Electrical Systems and Noise Reduction in
➤ Continuous Process Control                                     Instrument Loops (pg 14)
Designing and Tuning Feedback and Advanced Regulatory          Safety Instrumented Systems - Design, Analysis, and
  and Control Strategies (pg 23)                                 Justification (pg 31)
Understanding Distributed (DCS) Processor Systems (pg 23)      Understanding and Applying Instrumentation in
Sizing, Selecting and Applying Process                           Hazardous Locations (pg 31)
  Control Valves (pg 24)                                       Boiler Control Systems Engineering (pg 32)
Establishing a Standards-Based Calibration Program (pg 24)     Burner Management Systems Engineering (pg 32)
                                                               Principles of DCS Alarm Management (pg 33)
➤ Batch Control                                                Evaluating Control System Safety and Reliability (pg 33)
Batch Control Using ANSI/ISA-88.01-1995 (pg 25)                Acid Rain Program and NOx Budget Program
Managing Corporate Product Definitions Using                     Regulations (pg 34)
  ISA-88 General Recipes (pg 25)                               Advances in Continuous Emission Monitoring (CEM)
Understanding and Applying 21 CFR Part 11: The Electronic        Techniques (pg 34)
  Records; Electronic Signature Regulation (pg 25)             Surviving An LDAR Audit (pg 34)
Using the GAMP Model for Computer
  Validation (pg 25)                                           ➤ Project Management
                                                               Project Management for Engineers (pg 35)
➤ Discrete Control                                             Managing Engineers and the Technical Staff (pg 35)
Using the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for
                                                               Planning, Justifying, and Executing Automation +
  Discrete Industrial Control Applications (pg 16)
                                                                 Control Projects (pg 36)
Programming the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
  for Discrete and Analog Control Applications (pg 16)
                                                               ➤ CAP and CSE Review Courses
SCADA Systems Integration (pg 26)
                                                               Control Systems Engineering PE Exam
                                                                Review Course (pg 36)
➤ Motors and Drives, Motion Control                            Certified Automation Professional Exam Review
Understanding and Applying Motor Control (pg 26)                Course (pg 37)
Motion Control Systems and Applications (pg 27)




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                                 Industrial Pressure and Level                                                         Industrial Flow Measurement
                                 Measurement Engineering                                                               Engineering
                                 This course presents principles and applications of                                   Presents principles and applications of modern flow
                                 modern pressure and level measurement systems emph-                                   measurement systems. Emphasizes flowmeter technology,
                                                                                                      Take courses
                                 asizing instrument design technologies, system                       EI05 and EI10    accuracy, performance, sizing, specification, selection, and
                                 performance, specification, selection, and installation                and save!      installation practices.
                                 practices.                                                          Combo Price:
                                                                                                 ISA Member: $2,305    YOU WILL COVER:
                                 YOU WILL COVER:                                                 Nonmember: $2,390     Introduction: Review of Fluid Properties • Flowmeter
                                 Review of Measurement Principles: Definitions • Accuracy                              Performance • Linearization and Compensation
                                 Statements • Instrument Requirements                                           • Totalization
                                 Pressure Transducers: Pressure Elements • Signal Generation                    Differential Pressure Flowmeters: Orifice Plate Flowmeters • Other
                                 • Pressure/Force Relationships • Selection                                     Technologies
                                 Performance Criteria: Definitions • Calibration Principles                     Magnetic Flowmeters: Construction • Operating Constraints
                                 • Procedures and Adjustments • Selection Criteria • Gages                      Mass Flowmeters: Coriolis Mass Flowmeters
                                 • Transmitters • Transducers
                                                                                                                Oscillatory Flowmeters: Fluidic • Vortex Shedding
                                 Smart Transmitters: Operation • Applications • Calibration and
                                                                                                                Open Channel Flow Measurement: Weirs • Flumes
                                 Configuration
                                                                                                                Positive Displacement Flowmeters: Helical Gear • Nutating Disc
                                 Level Measurement Methods: Visual • Contact • Non-Contact
                                                                                                                • Oval Gear • Piston and Other Technologies
                                 Level Measurement Devices and Applications: Hydrostatic
                                                                                                                Thermal Flowmeters: Construction • Operating Constraints
                                 • Electrical Transducers • Applications
                                                                                                                Turbine Flowmeters: Axial • Other Technologies
                                 Specifications: Pressure/Level Instrumentation
                                                                                                                Ultrasonic Flowmeters: Principles of Operation
                                 Installation Practices: Pressure/Level Instrumentation
                                                                                                                • Installation Considerations
                                 CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                                Insertion Flowmeters: Available Technologies • Operating Constraints
                                 • Evaluate pressure/level instrument performance vs. published                 Flowmeter Selection: Selection Criteria
                                   specifications
                                 • Design, test, and operate a level measurement system                         CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                                                                                                • Observe specific flow systems operation
                                 • Evaluate level instrument performance and accuracy
                                                                                                                • Perform sizing calculations for different types of flowmeters and
                                 • Specify pressure and level instruments for a variety of specific
                                                                                                                  different process applications
                                   application requirements
                                                                                                                • Conduct performance test of electronic and pneumatic differen-
                                 • Calculate calibration ranges for DP and other level transmitters
                                                                                                                  tial pressure transmitters
                                 • Calculate effects of fluid property changes on level and pressure
                                                                                                                • Select flowmeters for specific applications
                                   measurement
                                                                                                                • Specify installation and calibration requirements for different
                                 INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Industrial Pressure, Level, and Density                       types of flowmeters and applications
                                                    Measurement                                                 • Spec sheet requirements for different flowmeters

                                 INCLUDES ISA STANDARD: ISA-20-1981                                             INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Industrial Flow Measurement, 3rd Edition
                                 ■ COURSE NO.: EI05
                                                                                                                ■ COURSE NO.: EI10
                                 LENGTH: 2 days      CEUs: 1.4
                                                                                                                LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1
                                 PRICE: $1,110 Members
                                                                                                                PRICE: $1,210 Members
                                         $1,195 Nonmembers
                                                                                                                        $1,295 Nonmembers
                                         $1,095 Group
                                                                                                                        $1,195 Group
                                 SCHEDULE:
                                                                                                                SCHEDULE:
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 4-5 April 2005; 15-16 August 2005
                                                                                                                Research Triangle Park, NC: 6-8 April 2005; 17-19 August 2005




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Designing and Tuning Feedback and                                     Understanding Distributed (DCS)
Advanced Regulatory Control Strategies                                Processor Systems
For those who select and design process control strategies this       This course provides a view of distributed processor systems and
course provides a background in applying feedback, cascade,           their evolution from distributed control systems (DCS) to open
ratio, feedforward, override control, and decoupling. It              control systems. You will compare distributed control to
emphasizes the benefits of advanced regulatory control for            traditional single loop, control computer, PLC and PC
improving the economics of process operations, as well as the         architectures with a view to future directions and links into
functionality of the various control strategies.                      corporate wide enterprise resource planning systems.

YOU WILL COVER:                                                       YOU WILL COVER:
Introduction: Process Control Symbols and Diagrams • Control          Understanding of Distributed Computing: Distributed Analog to
Loop Block Diagrams • Determining Process Gain • Setting a            Central Computer to Microprocessor • Functional Distribution
Controller for Direct or Reverse Action                               • Physical Distribution • Distributed and Centralized Information
Process Control Loop Characteristics: Steady State • Dynamic          Comparison of Current System Philosphies: Distributed Control
• Flow • Temperature Pressure • Level Loops                           • Programmable Logic Control • Personal Computing Networks
Feedback Control: Behavior and Terminology • Proportional             • Open Control Systems
• Integral • Derivative                                               Controller Structures: Inputs/Outputs • Shared and Clustered
Modifications, Options, and Features Found in Commercial System       Loops • Discrete and Logic Control • Sequential and Batch Control
Feedback Controller Tuning: Open and Closed Loop Methods              • Multifunction Control
• Intelligent Trial and Error Tuning • Recognizing Tuning Problems    Operator Interface: Philosophy • Workstation Roles • Input Devices
Motivation for Advanced Regulatory Control: Feedback Penalty          • Alarms • Testing
Ratio Control: Application                                            Communication Networks: Physical Architectures • Communicating
                                                                      Structures • Media Access Protocols • Fieldbus Links • Plantwide
Cascade Control: Implementation • Tuning • Applications • Benefits
                                                                      Links to MES, ERP, etc.
Feedforward Control: Basic Concepts • Implementation • Tuning
                                                                      Control Strategy and Configuration: Developing Parameters and
• Combining with Feedback • Application Perspectives
                                                                      Strategy • Configuration Languages
Override Control: Implementation • Benefits • Applications
                                                                      System Security: Reliability • Availability • Redundancies
Multiple Input/Output Processes: Relative Gain                        • Diagnostics • Personnel Access
• Decoupling Techniques • Application Examples
                                                                      Implementation: Justification • Prepare Specification • Looking at
Considerations for Plantwide Control Strategies                       Vendors • Evaluating Quotes • Post Purchase
                                                                      Looking to Future Changes: Technologies • System Structures
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                                                      • Process Performance
• Use a control loop simulation program for hands-on practice of
  several feedback controller tuning techniques
                                                                      CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
• Observe the effect of each topic, such as the behavior of cascade   • Examine structures of various vendor systems for their different
  and feedforward control, by use of a simulation program demon-        approaches
  stration
                                                                      • Specify a distributed control system for a specific process
                                                                        application
INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Basic and Advanced Regulatory Control:
                   System Design and Application, 2nd Edition
                                                                      ■ COURSE NO.: IC35
■ COURSE NO.: EC05                                                    LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1
LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1                                         PRICE: $1,210 Members
PRICE: $1,310 Members                                                         $1,295 Nonmembers
        $1,395 Nonmembers                                                     $1,195 Group
        $1,295 Group
                                                                      SCHEDULE:
SCHEDULE:                                                             Research Triangle Park, NC: 25-27 May 2005
Research Triangle Park, NC: 1-3 June 2005                             Morristown, NJ: 16-18 March 2005; 13-15 July 2005
Pasadena, TX: 24-26 January 2005                                      Cleveland, OH: 29 June - 1 July 2005




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                                 Sizing, Selecting, and Applying Process                                  Establishing a Standards-Based
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                                 Control Valves                                                           Calibration Program
                                 You will gain a practical understanding of control valves,               This course presents the why’s and how’s to organize, modify,
                                 actuators, and positioner designs and their applications. This           improve, and understand the operation of industrial calibration
                                 course also provides methods that you can use to identify specific       and repair. You will also examine the standards and criteria for
                                 valve problems and arrive at acceptable solutions within                 evaluating a present or proposed laboratory or shop.
                                 engineering tolerance.
                                                                                                          YOU WILL COVER:
                                 YOU WILL COVER:                                                          Terminology: Accuracy Rating • Measured Accuracy • Precision
                                 Introduction: Valve in Loop • Valve • Actuator • Positioner              • Sensitivity • Gain • Repeatability/Hysteresis • Errors
                                 Basic Valve Types: Globe • Ball • Plug • Butterfly                       • Response Time
                                 Actuators: Spring/Diaphragm • Piston • Vane • Scotch-Yoke • R&P          Calibration: Defined • Calibration Curves • Data Sheets
                                                                                                          • Chart Analysis
                                 Comparison: Rising Stem • Rotary • Accessories • Positioner • I/P
                                                                                                          Calibration Problems: Zero Shift • Span Error • Linearity Error
                                 Valve Performance: Gain • Time • Trim • Special Needs
                                                                                                          • Miscellaneous Errors • Accuracy Calculations • Limits
                                 Flashing/Cavitation and Noise: Cause/Effect • Prevention
                                                                                                          Auditing a Calibration Program: Traceability • Records
                                 • OSHA • Source and Abatement
                                                                                                          • Procedures and Instructions • Intervals • Reviews
                                 Installation: Performance • Safety • Other
                                                                                                          Calibrators: Accuracy • Operation • Calibration Tailoring
                                 Valve Sizing: Manual • Computer                                          • Calibration Forms
                                 Specification and Selection: Process Requirements • Other                Obtaining Standards and Literature: Contact Information
                                 Considerations                                                           • Interpreting Standards Requirements
                                 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Considerations: Special
                                 Requirements • Diagnostic Tools                                          CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                 Smart Valves: Available Designs • Applications in Industry               • Calibrate and record the data from process measuring equipment
                                                                                                            using established standards and procedures
                                 CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                          • Use modern calibrators and PC systems to create ISO documen-
                                 • Test valves to evaluate performance factors                              tation
                                 • Size valves manually and with software                                 • Input collected data in a calibration program, print reports, and
                                 • Specify valves, actuators, and auxiliaries for specific applications     evaluate
                                 • Evaluate operation of valves with pneumatic actuators and
                                                                                                          ■ COURSE NO.: EI40
                                   positioners
                                 • Smart valve positioner operation demonstration                         LENGTH: 2 days     CEUs: 1.4
                                                                                                          PRICE: $910 Members
                                 INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Control Valve Primer, 3rd Edition                             $995 Nonmembers
                                                                                                                  $895 Group
                                 ■ COURSE NO.: EI30
                                 LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1                                            SCHEDULE:
                                 PRICE: $1,410 Members                                                    Research Triangle Park, NC: 11-12 April 2005
                                         $1,495 Nonmembers
                                         $1,395 Group

                                 SCHEDULE:
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 11-13 April 2005




                                                                                            Early Registration Special
                                                                                            Register for any two training courses
                                                                                            and get entered for a special drawing.
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                                                                                                                                              AUTOMATION PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
Batch Control Using ANSI/ISA-88.01-1995                               Managing Corporate Product Definitions
This course presents and approach to developing functional            Using ISA-88 General Recipes
requirements/specifications using the models and terminology          Overviews the ISA-88 Part 3 standard for general and site recipes,
defined in the ANSI/ISA-88 batch control standards, including a       and how they relate to master and control recipes used in production.
review of the characteristics of batch manufacturing systems is
included. You will explore the ANSI/ISA-88.01 concept that            YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
separates the recipe from the equipment and a methodology that        • Understand the equipment independent recipe structure of
defines an object approach that promotes the reuse of these             general and site recipes
objects from one project to the next.                                 • Explain the structure of equipment independent recipes
                                                                      • Know what corporate information must be collected and
YOU WILL COVER:                                                         maintained to support general recipe
ANSI/ISA-88 Standards: NAMUR NE33 Guidelines • IEC 848                • Understand the possible algorithms and methods that can be used to
• IEC-1131                                                              convert equipment independent recipes into ISA-88 Master Recipes
Physical Model: Process Cells • Units • Equipment and Control
                                                                      ■ COURSE NO.: IC43PC
Modules
                                                                      LENGTH: 1 day      CEUs: 0.7
Recipe Types: General • Site • Master • Control
                                                                      PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers
Recipe Information Categories: Header • Procedure • Formula
• Equipment Requirements                                              SCHEDULE:
Procedural Control Model: Procedure • Unit • Operation • Phase        Research Triangle Park, NC: 24 March 2005
Modes and States: Exception Handling • Allocation and Arbitration
Batch Tracking: History • Reports                                     Understanding and Applying 21 CFR Part 11
Control Activity Model: Recipe Management • Production Planning       This seminar will cover the FDA guidance document, how it
and Scheduling • Production Information Management • Process          applies to systems, and what to include in a risk assessment.
Management and Control • Unit Supervision • Personnel and
                                                                      YOU WILL COVER:
Environmental Protection
                                                                      • Which systems are subject to Part 11
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                       • The cGMP predicate rules and how they apply to computer systems
• Develop procedural elements using the standard’s procedural con-    • Part 11 issues and concerns with computer systems
  trol model and test those elements against the equipment entities   • The importance of records in GMPs and the GMP predicate rules
• Develop recipes using the standards recipe models and recipe        • Common compliance issues with manufacturing systems
  representations                                                     • Risk assessment and remediation
• Develop phase logic that runs in the equipment entities and links   ■ COURSE NO.: IC41PC
  to the procedural elements
                                                                      LENGTH: 1 day        CEUs: 0.7
• Apply the modes and various states defined in the standard
                                                                      PRICE: $395 Member; $445 Nonmembers
■ COURSE NO.: IC40
                                                                      SCHEDULE:
LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1                                         This course is not currently scheduled, but can be brought to
PRICE: $1,130 Members                                                 your location as onsite training.
        $1,195 Nonmembers
        $1,095 Group                                                  Using the GAMP Model for Computer
SCHEDULE:                                                             Validation
                                                                      This seminar focuses on how to apply the Good Automated Manu-
Research Triangle Park, NC: 1-3 August 2005
                                                                      facturing Practice (GAMP) model for cGMP Computer Validation
                                                                      Compliance and outlines the documents that need to be created.
                                                                      YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                      • Document Content and Construction: User, Functional
                                                                        Requirements, and Design Specifications • Installation,
                                                                        Operational & Performance Qualifications
                                                                      ■ COURSE NO.: IC42PC
                                                                      LENGTH: 1 day      CEUs: 0.7
                                                                      PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers

                                                                      SCHEDULE:
                                                                      Research Triangle Park, NC: 23 March 2005


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                                 SCADA Systems Integration                                              Understanding and Applying
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                                 Learn how remote sensing and actuation are combined with               Motor Control
                                 modern communication techniques to effectively monitor and             This course provides a broad perspective of DC motors, AC
                                 control very large industrial processes, like oil fields, pipelines,   motors (single and three-phase), stepper and servo motors and
                                 and electrical power systems.                                          their industrial applications. You will also cover motor starter
                                                                                                        circuits, reduced voltage starting techniques, and variable
                                 YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                                                        frequency drives.
                                 Basic Concepts of SCADA: Definitions • Automation or Remote
                                 • SCADA Architecture                                                   YOU WILL COVER:
                                 Communication: Importance • System Components and Standards            DC Motors Theory and Construction: Series • Shunt • Compound
                                 Field Devices: Sensors • Discrete, Analog, Pulse, and Serial I/O       DC Motor Torque and Horsepower Control: Field Control
                                 • Signal Conditioning                                                  • Armature Control
                                 Wiring Methods: Types • Electrical Aspects • Technical and             Single-Phase AC Motor Theory and Construction: Squirrel Cage
                                 Mechanical Process • Grounding • Safety                                • Induction Rotor • Split Phase and Capacitive Start
                                 Remote Terminal Units (RTU): Introduction • Communication              Three-Phase AC Motor Theory and Construction: Squirrel Cage
                                 Modes • Monitoring and Controlling • Smart vs. Dumb                    • Induction Rotor • Wye Field Winding • Delta Field Winding
                                 Data Communication Concepts: Modulation • Handshaking                  • Self Starting
                                 • Modem Specs • Protocols • Error Detection • Signal Codes             Motor Specifications: NEMA Designs and Types • Torque vs.
                                 Master Terminal Units (MTU): Concepts • Communication                  Speed Curves
                                 • Functions • Scan Periods • Configuration • Applications              Motor Control Circuits: 2-Wire Control • 3-Wire Control
                                                                                                        • Magnetic Motor Starters
                                 CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                        Motor Applications: Constant Torque vs. Variable Horsepower
                                 • Calculate scan time for various sized systems                        • Constant Horsepower vs. Variable Torque • Variable Torque vs.
                                 • Select protocols based on field imposed parameters                   Variable Horsepower
                                 • Develop specifications for SCADA systems selection                   Solid State DC Drives: Constant Torque Control • Constant
                                                                                                        Horsepower Control
                                 ■ COURSE NO.: IC30                                                     AC Drive Characteristics: Volts per Hertz • Variable Voltage Input
                                 LENGTH: 2 days     CEUs: 1.4                                           (VVI) • Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) • Typical Control
                                                                                                        Applications
                                 PRICE: $910 Members
                                         $995 Nonmembers                                                Servo Systems: Brushless DC Motors • Position Loop Systems
                                                                                                        • Positioners (Encoders)
                                         $895 Group
                                                                                                        Stepper Motor Systems: Theory of Operation • Advantages/
                                 SCHEDULE:                                                              Disadvantages • Application Selection
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 23-24 May 2005
                                                                                                        CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                 Cleveland, OH: 27-28 June 2005                                         • Calculate torque and horsepower requirements
                                 Morristown, NJ: 14-15 March 2005; 11-12 July 2005
                                                                                                        ■ COURSE NO.: SP15
                                                                                                        LENGTH: 2 Days     CEUs: 1.4
                                                                                                        PRICE: $910 Members
                                                                                                                $995 Nonmembers
                                                                                                                $895 Group

                                                                                                        SCHEDULE:
                                                      Now that You’ve Found the
                                                                                                        Research Triangle Park, NC: 16-17 February 2005
                                                      Training, Get Certified
                                                                                                        Merrillville, IN: 7-8 April 2005
                                                      ISA’s three professional certifica-
                                                      tion programs help you prove                      Cleveland, OH: 12-13 May 2005

                                                      your value and qualifications to
                                                      your current (and potential)
                                                      employer.
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Motion Control Systems and Applications                               Picking the Right Bus – A Comparison of
This course provides a detailed look at the relationships that        Field and Device Networks
govern motion control so that you can create better machine           This seminar compares the technologies and features of today’s
designs and improve machinery performance and costs. It               dominant fieldbus technologies outlining the basic strategy
evaluates a variety of mechanical components, actuators,              behind each and the applications where each is best and least
hydraulic, pneumatic, and electric solutions, and compares the        suited. Several case histories illustrate the benefits and pitfalls of
performance tradeoffs of each. The course also examines control       each technology.
systems and programming in order to better understand the
impact of system architecture and technology choices for a broad      YOU WILL COVER
range of applications.                                                Definition of Determination: Network Positioning and Conside-
                                                                      rations • 3-layer Network Architecture • Networks Layer Solutions
YOU WILL COVER                                                        Ethernet (TCP/IP): Ethernet Network Management • Switched
Motion Control: Definition • Setting Requirements                     Ethernet • Can Ethernet be Used for Control?
Component Selection and Technology Choices: Optimizing System         ControlNet: Typical Devices • User Benefits • Intrinsic Safety
Performance • Reducing Cost                                           Options • Cabling and Redundancy Options • Architecture
Control System Requirements: Defining • Insure Successful             Capabilities
Integration with Other Control Technology and Plant Networks          DeviceNet: Network Specifications • Wiring Topologies
Mechanical Components of Motion Control: Gearboxes • Bearings         • New Trunk Cable
• Power Transmission • Feedback                                       AS-Interface and Profibus: Cost Comparison • Transmission
Actuators as Sub-Systems: Electric • Pneumatic • Hydraulic            Technologies • System Configuration • Integration of Existing
Actuators • Leadscrew • Belt and Pulley • Linear Motor                Plants • Safety Functions • Topology and Configuration
Applications of Motor Control: Rotary Index Table • Grinding and      • Interoperability • Protocol Functions
Polishing • Pick and Place Systems • Robots • Storage and Retrieval   FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus: H1 & HSE Network • Communication
Systems                                                               Model & Stock • Function Blocks • Cascade Control • Devices &
Structured Project Approach: Reduce Software Development Cost         Lengths Per Segment • Interoperability Testing • Host Systems
• Reduce Project Commissioning Time                                   ■ COURSE NO.: FG30C
System Maintenance and Troubleshooting                                LENGTH: 1 day      CEUs: 0.7
                                                                      PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES
• Servo sizing example using software                                 SCHEDULE:
• Time torque and inertia tradeoff analysis                           Research Triangle Park, NC: 12 January 2005
• Simple calculations and feedback and control system operations      Long Beach, CA: 17 February 2005
                                                                      Morristown, NJ: 30 June 2005
■ COURSE NO.: SP07
LENGTH: 2 days     CEUs: 1.4                                          Philadelphia, PA: 5 April 2005
PRICE: $910 Members
        $995 Nonmembers                                               Overview of FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus
        $895 Group                                                    Technology
                                                                      This seminar briefly covers the development of the ANSI/ISA-50
SCHEDULE:                                                             standard, the driving force behind the Foundation Fieldbus (FF)
Research Triangle Park, NC: 7-9 February 2005                         technology. Other industrial bus systems are compared to
Cleveland, OH: 9-11 May 2005                                          FF technology. Benefits and cost savings of FF technology
                                                                      compared to 4-20mA field technology are covered, as is how FF
                                                                      segments are put together and configured.
                                                                      YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                      Foundation Fieldbus (FF): Terminology • Technology




a
                Don't See the Course You Need?                        H1 Segment: Configuration • Operation • Wiring
                E-mail ISA at info@isa.org and let us
                                                                      ■ COURSE NO.: FG25C
                know if there is a specific course topic
                                                                      LENGTH: 1 day      CEUs: 0.7
                you need training on that you don't
                                                                      PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers
                see here in our catalog. We may be
                able to find a course for you.                        SCHEDULE:
                                                                      Morristown, NJ: 29 June 2005



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                                 Implementing Wireless Technologies                                 OPC: The Windows of the World are Open
                                 As wireless systems become more adept at providing robust          Sharing data between current control system offerings requires a
                                 communication links, their use in industrial automation            myriad of hardware, software drivers, and configuration tools
                                 applications increases in importance. Discover the imple-          from each vendor. OPC is an industry-wide standard that breaks
                                 mentation limits and practical benefits associated wireless        this proprietary lock by offering open connectivity. Using case
                                 technologies. Wireless protocols, frequencies, system imple-       studies, this seminar shows you the benefits and drawbacks of
                                 mentations and integration into the industrial environment are     using OPC in your plant, how to link diverse industrial equip-
                                 examined. Current and near-term future technologies will be        ment into an effective plant-wide communications network,
                                 compared in terms of their applicability for the industrial        securely share plant data on the Internet, and how to justify the
                                 environment. Applications which would benefit from the             economics to move to OPC.
                                 freedom of movement provided by wireless technology are
                                 introduced.                                                        YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                                                    The OPC Foundation: History • Goals • Benefits and Limitations
                                 YOU WILL COVER:                                                    of OPC
                                 Communication Fundamentals: A/D Conversion • Narrowband            ISO/OSI Communications Reference Model: Migration of
                                 Systems • Spread Spectrum Techniques • Error Correction Codes      Industrial Protocols • Proprietary/Open Protocols, Industrial
                                 and Implementations • Multiple Access Techniques Used for          Ethernet • Goals for a Common Industrial Protocol • Compare
                                 Physical Layer Access                                              Client Server/Publisher Subscriber Methods for Sharing Data
                                 Wired Technologies: Circuit Switched Systems • Packet Based        Technical Overview of OPC: Basic Components of OPC • COM
                                 Systems • Access Methodologies                                     and DCOM • Active-X Controls • Object Modeling Concepts
                                 Wireless Systems: Architectures • FCC Regulations • Protocols      Current OPC Standards: Common Interface, Data Access (DA)
                                 • Strategies and Methodologies • Low Power Techniques              • Security • Alarms and Events (A&E) • Historical Data Access
                                 • Robustness Issues                                                (HDA) • Batch • Data Exchange (DX) • XML-DA
                                 Wireless Systems: 802.11x • HomeRF • Bluetooth • Ad Hoc            Implementation Techniques: Connect Plant Devices with Differing
                                 Systems • Ultra-wideband                                           Communication Protocols • Moving Plant Data to Business
                                 Integration of Wired and Wireless Systems: Integration Issues      Applications • Create Internet and Intranet Solutions • What
                                 • Implementations • Future Trends                                  Control System Vendors are doing • Non-Microsoft Platform
                                 Sample Application: Typical Requirements • Alternatives Analysis   Support • Performance Benchmarks
                                 • Suggested Path Forward                                           Economic Justification for OPC
                                                                                                    Resources for Off the Shelf OPC Solutions: Servers • Clients
                                 ■ COURSE NO.: IC85C                                                • Development Toolkits
                                 LENGTH: 1 day       CEUs: 0.7
                                 PRICE: $395 Members                                                ■ COURSE NO.: IC50C
                                         $445 Nonmembers                                            LENGTH: 1 day       CEUs: 0.7
                                                                                                    PRICE: $395 Members
                                 SCHEDULE:                                                                  $445 Nonmembers
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 11 January 2005
                                                                                                    SCHEDULE:
                                 Long Beach, CA: 9 November 2004
                                                                                                    Research Triangle Park, NC: 10 January 2005
                                 Merrillville, IN: 25 May 2005
                                                                                                    Long Beach, CA: 15 February 2005
                                 Philadelphia, PA: 6 April 2005
                                                                                                    Morristown, NJ: 28 June 2005
                                 Houston, TX: 7 February 2005
                                 Pasadena, TX: 7 December 2004; 16 February 2005


                                                            Onsite Training Saves You Time and Money!
                                                       ISA Onsite Training brings the instructors and equipment directly to you.
                                                         No travel expenses. No more time away from the job than necessary.
                                                                                  See pages 6-7 for details.




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Securing Industrial Networks: Cyber                                           Cyber Security Vulnerability and Risk
Protection for Automation, Control, and                                       Assessment
SCADA Systems                                                                 Your computer systems are subject to threats from adversaries who
Are your computerized networks vulnerable to hackers, spies, or               may wish to disable or manipulate them by cyber or physical
saboteurs? This seminar explains the basics of cybersecurity, and             means, or who may want to obtain, corrupt, damage, destroy, or
how to apply it to industrial networks. Attend and learn what the             prohibit access to valuable information. This seminar will teach you
real cyber threats are, and how security and safety interrelate.              how to evaluate the risk of these threats to your systems and decide
                                                                              what protective measures are warranted.
YOU WILL COVER:
What is Security?: Definition • Three Aspects • Security vs. Safety           YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                              Computer Systems to Protect: Manufacturing and Process Control
Cyber Threats in the New Millennium: Who Might Attack and
                                                                              • Safety Systems Operation • Facility Access • Information Storage
Why • Insiders vs. Outsiders • Computer Crime Statistics
                                                                              • Networks
Computer and Network Vulnerabilities: Pre-1990 Systems • COTS
                                                                              Security Vulnerability Analysis Methods: Scenario-based • Asset-based
Hardware and Software • Open Systems • Real Time OS and
Environment • Web Accessibility • Wireless                                    Cyber Risk Assessment: Basis for Decision Making on Dealing
                                                                              with Cyber Threats
Defense Tools and Strategies: Foundations of Computer Security
• Policies and Procedures • Encryption • Firewalls • Intrusion                Rings of Protection Analysis: Deciding When you Have Enough
Prevention and Detection • Network Separation                                 Protection
Analysis and Protection Example: Factory Automation Network                   Audit Approaches: Identify Common Cybersecurity Problems
• Chemical Plant Process Control • SCADA Network                              Secureguards vs. Safeguards: Ensuring that Countermeasures for
Where to Go from Here: Role of Standards, Government, and                     Security do not Undermine Safety
Education • Talking to Vendors
                                                                              ■ COURSE NO.: IC38PC
■ COURSE NO.: IC32C                                                           LENGTH: 1 day      CEUs: 0.7
LENGTH: 1 day       CEUs: 0.7                                                 PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers
PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers
                                                                              SCHEDULE:
SCHEDULE:                                                                     Long Beach, CA: 14 April 2005
Research Triangle Park, NC: 10 January 2005
                                                                              Merrillville, IN: 20 May 2005
Long Beach, CA: 12 April 2005
                                                                              Philadelphia, PA: 8 April 2005
Indianapolis, IN: 12 April 2005
Merrillville, IN: 18 May 2005
Philadelphia, PA: 7 April 2005
Houston, TX: 20 January 2005
Pasadena, TX: 6 December 2004; 15 February 2005


Optimizing and Securing an Information                                      Open-source Applications: Provide Automation, Optimization, and
                                                                            Security
Architecture
Information architectures must effectively reflect your company’s           CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISE:
core principles to facilitate technical solutions for business processes.   • Identify current weak areas within your own infrastructure and strate-
A viable mapping among the high-level principles, business                    gize a new design
procedures, and technical solutions allows your company to become
more competitive and efficient. This seminar briefly defines these          ■ COURSE NO.: IC37PC
high-level principles and then delves into the technical procedures
                                                                            LENGTH: 1 day        CEUs: 0.7
and applications to integrate and automate a securely optimized
information system.                                                         PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers

YOU WILL COVER:                                                             SCHEDULE:
Information Architecture Design: Relate to Core Business Practice           Long Beach, CA: 13 April 2005
• Identify Functional Dependencies • Architect an Environment for
                                                                            Merrillville, IN: 19 May 2005
the Future
Architecture and Job Function Dependency Matrix
Fundamental Infrastructure Requirements: Definition


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                                 Implementing Business to MES                                                       Applying Manufacturing Execution
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                                 Integration Using the ANSI/ISA-95                                                  Systems (MES)
                                 Standard                                                                         Every enterprise that manufactures anything has some sort
                                 Many manufacturing firms have made significant                                   of manufacturing execution system - some means of
                                                                                                Take courses
                                 investments in flexible shop-floor execution systems and      IC55 and IC60 tracking what needs to be done and how it gets done.
                                 in sophisticated enterprise planning (ERP) systems. Those        and save!       Whether it’s effective though, depends on its ability to
                                 investments, however, cannot yield their full potential         Combo Price:     provide structure and control, visibility and accountability,
                                                                                             ISA Member: $1,805 and support the kind of flexibility and responsiveness
                                 until each has access to the information and capabilities   Nonmember: $1,890
                                 of the other. This course presents an approach to                                demanded by today’s make-it-now, make-it-my-way
                                 integrating manufacturing systems with other business                            economy. Today’s manufacturing environment demands
                                 logistics systems using the models and functions defined in               smaller lot sizes, faster cycle times, greater flexibility, and smaller
                                 ANSI/ISA-95. It describes in detail the information that must be          inventory buffers than ever before. This course addresses not only
                                 shared between ERP and shop floor systems and teaches the                 what a MES is and where it came from, but how it can affect
                                 terminology used so manufacturing and IT personnel can work               market share and competitive position through faster response,
                                 together effectively.                                                     broader product offerings, reduced time to market, and better
                                                                                                           performance against commitments to customers.
                                 YOU WILL COVER:
                                 Standards and Models: ANSI/ISA-95.00.01 Standard                          YOU WILL COVER:
                                 • ANSI/ISA-95.00.02 Standard • MESA International Model                   MES: History and Evolution • Why these Systems are Part of the
                                 • World Batch Forum B2MML XML Schemas                                     Manufacturing Landscape • How They Fit with Planning Systems
                                                                                                           and Plant Floor Control Systems
                                 Business Processes: Procurement • Product Cost Accounting
                                 • Product Inventory Control • Maintenance • Production Planning           Core and Support Modules: Typical Core Module Functions
                                 and Scheduling                                                            • Support Module Functions • Integration
                                 Production Processes: Detailed Production Scheduling                        MES System Benefits: Financial and Management Justification
                                 • Production Tracking • Production Resource Management                      • How Companies Benefit from System Implementations • How
                                 • Product Definition Management                                             MES is a Part of the Supply Chain Management Process
                                 Information Model: Production Resources • Process Segments                  Typical System Benefits: Translate Benefits into Return on
                                 • Product Definition and Capability • Production Schedules                  Investment Opportunities and Project Phases
                                 • Production Performance                                                    System Configuration Examples: Possible Architectures Worldwide
                                                                                                             • Corporate Wide • Plant Wide Systems
                                 LAB AND CLASSROOM EXERCISES:                                                Implementation Approaches: Long-term Relationships and
                                 • Identify key business drivers for integration                             Partnering • Software Licensing • System Integration
                                 • Identify key business processes and the identification of the
                                   business objects                                                          CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                 • Identify process segment definitions                                      • Examine a possible MES business case and requirements definition
                                 • Develop shared product definition information                             • Configure and operate a simulated MES demonstration

                                 ■ COURSE NO.: IC55                                                          COURSE NO.: IC60
                                 LENGTH: 2 days     CEUs: 1.4                                                LENGTH: 2 days     CEUs: 1.4
                                 PRICE: $910 Members                                                         PRICE: $910 Members
                                         $995 Nonmembers                                                             $995 Nonmembers
                                         $895 Group                                                                  $895 Group

                                                                                                             SCHEDULE:
                                 SCHEDULE:
                                                                                                             Research Triangle Park, NC: 4-5 August 2005
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 2-3 August 2005




                                                                                   Early Registration Special
                                                                                   Register for any two training courses
                                                                                   and get entered for a special drawing.
                                                                                   See page 44 for details.


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Safety Instrumented Systems—Design,                                      Understanding and Applying




                                                                                                                                                AUTOMATION PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
Analysis, and Justification                                              Instrumentation in Hazardous Locations
The focus of the course is engineering requirements for specification,   Provides a detailed, systematic approach to the specification and
design, analysis, and justification of safety instrumented systems       implementation of instrumentation in hazardous locations.
(SIS) in process industries. You will learn how to determine safety      Related standards from National Fire Protection Association
integrity levels (SILs) and evaluate whether systems meet the            (NFPA), National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA),
performance requirements.                                                International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), American
                                                                         Petroleum Institute (API), and ISA are stressed.
YOU WILL COVER:
Introduction: Acceptable Risk • Danger of Overconfidence and             YOU WILL COVER:
Complacency • Lessons Learned From Past Accidents                        Introduction: Definitions • Safety Considerations • Principles of
Guidelines and Standards: ANSI/ISA • AIChE • IEC • API                   Ignition • Flammable Properties of Gases and Liquid
• NFPA • HSE • IEEE • OSHA                                               Hazardous Area Classification: National Electrical Code (NEC)
General SIS Design Considerations: Design Life Cycle • Separation        • NFPA Standards • Classification Factors • Material Properties
of Control and Safety • Independent Safety Layers                        Dust Classification: Flammable Properties • Explosive Severity
Hazard and Risk Assessment: Hazard Indentification                       • Ignition Sensitivity • ISA Standards
• Determining SIL • Layer of Protection Analysis                         Enclosure Classification: NEMA • IEC
Failure Rates and Modes: Safe vs. Dangerous • Failure Mode vs.           Explosion-Proof Enclosures: Types • Installation Requirements
Technology • Failure Rates • Test Intervals                              Intrinsic Safety: Design/Construction Principles • ISA Standards
System Technologies: Pneumatic • Relay • Microprocessors • Field         • Implementation Considerations
Devices • Certification • Prior Use                                      Non-Incendive Systems: Design and Implementation
Operations and Maintenance: Installation • Bypassing • Testing           Considerations • ISA Standards
• Management of Change                                                   Purging and Pressurization: Types X, Y, Z • Indications and
                                                                         Alarms • NFPA Standards
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                                                         Grounding Considerations: Electrical Grounding • Static Electricity
• Calculate device failure rates and determine safe vs. dangerous
                                                                         • Lightning Protection
  performance
• Model system performance for relay and software based                  CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
  logic systems                                                          • Develop classification drawings
• Model the impact of field devices, automatic diagnostics, manual       • Evaluate intrinsic safety systems using entity concept and circuit
  test intervals, common cause, and more                                   characteristics
• Determine the SIL of a sample process and design an SIS to meet        • Analyze protective techniques for specified applications
  the performance requirements
                                                                         INCLUDES ISA STANDARDS: ANSI/ISA-RP12.06.01-2003,
INCLUDES ISA TEXT:        Safety Shutdown Systems: Design, Analysis,
                                                                                                 ISA-TR12.24.01-1998 (IEC
                          and Justification
                                                                                                 60079-10 Mod), ANSI/ISA-
                                                                                                 12.01.01-1999, and ANSI/ISA-
INCLUDES ISA STANDARDS: ANSI/ISA-84.00.01-2004 Parts 1-3
                                                                                                 12.12.01-2000
                        and ANSI/ISA-91.01-1995
                                                                         An engineering calculator should be brought to class.
A hand-held calculator should be brought to class.
                                                                         ■ COURSE NO.: ES10
■ COURSE NO.: EC50
                                                                         LENGTH: 2 Days      CEUs: 1.4
LENGTH: 3 Days      CEUs: 2.1
                                                                         PRICE: $910 Members
PRICE: $1,210 Members
                                                                                  $995 Nonmembers
        $1,295 Nonmembers
                                                                                  $895 Group
        $1,195 Group
                                                                         SCHEDULE:
SCHEDULE:
                                                                         Research Triangle Park, NC: 3-4 March 2005
Research Triangle Park, NC: 24-26 January 2005
                                                                         Morristown, NJ: 13-14 January 2005
Philadelphia, PA: 4-6 April 2005
                                                                         Cleveland, OH: 14-15 June 2005
Boston, MA: 17-19 May 2005
                                                                         Philadelphia, PA: 7-8 April 2005
                                                                         Pasadena, TX: 16-17 August 2005



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                                 Boiler Control Systems Engineering                                                  Burner Management Systems
                                 This course presents information, requirements, and                                 Engineering
                                 procedures for the engineering of boiler control systems.                          This course covers the safe start-up, monitoring, and shut-
                                 It also addresses proper documentation and fuel and air                            down of multiple burner boiler furnaces. It also discusses
                                 flow requirement calculation.                                     Take courses
                                                                                                  ES15 and ES16 causes of furnace explosions and ways of avoiding them, as
                                                                                                     and save!      well as the relationship of burner management systems and
                                 YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                                                     Combo Price:   boiler control systems. Assumes an understanding of
                                 Basic Control Loops: Loop Requirements Based on New             ISA Member: $2,305 boilers and boiler control.
                                 Boilers • Loop Control for Adding an Additional Fuel            Nonmember: $2,390
                                 • P & ID for Boiler                                                                 YOU WILL COVER:
                                 Combustion of Fuels: P&ID for Natural Gas • P&ID for Fuel #2                Burner Management System: Requirements • Safety System
                                 Oil and #6 Oil • P&ID for Pulverized Coal                                   • Causes Of Boiler Explosions • Risk Analysis • Engineering and
                                 Flue Gas Analysis: Types of Analyzers • Analyzers for Control               Safety System Teams • Standards
                                 Steam Supply and Firing Rate Demand: Control Single and                     NFPA 85 Code: Scope • Purpose • Format • Requirements
                                 Multiple Boilers • Steam Temperature Control                                Boiler Components: Ignition Combustion Zones • FD and ID Fans
                                 Feedwater Control Systems: Level • Flow • Process Dynamics                  • Heating Components • Boiler Drums
                                 Boiler Draft Systems: ID and FD Fan • Process Dynamics                      ISA and SAMA Symbols: Comparison

                                 Combustion Control: Cross Limiting Control • Control Single and             Interlocks: Definitions • Functions • Systems • Fuel Oil Conditions
                                 Multiple Fuel Systems• Running Fuel Changes • Process Dynamics              • Single Burner Boiler • Furnace Purge System
                                 Improving Operations with Computers and Analyzers: Running                  Control: Combustion Control • Single/Dual Fuel Cross Limiting
                                 from Graphics • Energy Management • Control Trim from                       Control • O2 CO Control • Drum Level • Fluidized Bed • Furnace
                                 Analyzers                                                                   Pressure Control Systems • Furnace Implosion Protection
                                 Emerging Technologies: Using DCS Systems                                    Programmable Controllers: Final Element Configuration
                                                                                                             • Guidelines • Air Flow Measurement
                                 CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                             Air Flow, Flame Detection: Flow Measurement • Flame Sensors/
                                 • Develop P&IDs for the boiler and gas, oil, and pulverized coal            Monitors • Tangential Firing Pattern
                                 • Review methods of efficiency calculations                                 Trip Philosophy: Deenergize to Trip • Energize to Trip • Field
                                 • Use personal computer software to simulate boiler start-up and            Switches • Master Fuel Trip
                                   drum level control                                                        Logic Methods: Symbols • Sequencing Logic • Fuel Valves
                                 • Tune a boiler control system for maximum efficiency                       • Furnace System Purge • Manual Auto Start • Safety/Reliability
                                                                                                             • Understanding Risk • Power Supplies
                                 INCLUDES ISA TEXT: The Control of Boilers, 2nd Edition                      Hardware Selection: Programmable Electronic System
                                                                                                             • Safety System Options • Relays • Simplex/Redundant PLC
                                 ■ COURSE NO.: ES15                                                          • Documentation • Test System
                                 LENGTH: 3 Days      CEUs: 2.1
                                 PRICE: $1,210 Members                                                       CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                         $1,295 Nonmembers                                                   • Design P&IDs for gas, oil, and pulverized coal furnace systems
                                         $1,195 Group                                                        • Develop logic diagrams for igniter and switch settings
                                                                                                             • Flame monitoring demonstration
                                 SCHEDULE:
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 15-17 November 2004;                            ■ COURSE NO.: ES16
                                 7-9 March 2005                                                              LENGTH: 2 Days       CEUs: 1.4
                                 Long Beach, CA: 24-26 January 2005                                          PRICE: $1,110 Members
                                                                                                                     $1,195 Nonmembers
                                 Boston, MA: 16-18 May 2005
                                                                                                                     $1,095 Group

                                                                                                             SCHEDULE:
                                                                                                             Research Triangle Park, NC: 18-19 November 2004;
                                                                                                             10-11 March 2005
                                                                                                             Long Beach, CA: 27-28 January 2005
                                                                                                             Boston, MA: 19-20 May 2005




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Principles of DCS Alarm Management                                        Evaluating Control System Safety and
Understanding and utilizing DCS Alarm technology can position             Reliability
the systems as it was intended: a front line tool for effective           This course provides a tool chest of useful methods to evaluate
process management. This course provides an understanding of              the safety and reliability of control systems from relays through
the dangers of poor alarm system design. It will give you an              microprocessor-based systems, including sensors and actuators.
appreciation of the benefits to be realized by effective alarm
management and supply you with proven design technology and               YOU WILL COVER:
guidelines.                                                               Safety and Reliability Evaluation: Purpose and Limitations
                                                                          • Qualitative vs. Quantitative • Benefits
YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                          Rules of Probability: Summation • Addition
Strategy for Alarm Management: What is an Alarm? • Alarm Flood
• Alarm Characteristics                                                   Stress-Strength: Industrial Stressors • Strength Factors/Checklist
Alarm Management Improvement Process: Goals • Roadmap • Tasks             Safety/Reliability Terms: MTTF, MTTR, MTBF • Reliability,
                                                                          Availability • Failure Rate - Bathtub Curve • Failure Modes - Safety,
Alarm Performance Review: Steps • Data and Analysis • Metrics and
                                                                          PFDavg
Interpretation
                                                                          Failure Modes and Effects Analysis: Objectives/Description
Alarm Philosophy Development: Definition • Importance • Attributes
                                                                          • Coverage Factor Calculation
• Examples
                                                                          Fault Tree Analysis: Objectives/Description • AND, OR Gates
Alarm System Rationalization: Steps • Utilizing Alarm Data • Strategies
and Results                                                               Reliability Block Diagram Analysis: Series Networks
                                                                          • Parallel Networks
Enhanced Techniques: Importance • Survey of Techniques
                                                                          Markov Models: Failure States • Model Building • Model Solving
Implementation: Steps • Alarm Implementation • Coordination with
Plant Infrastructure                                                      Software Safety and Reliability: Complexity • Testability
                                                                          • Vendor Questions
Situation Awareness: Operator Displays Human Factors • Design
Basics • Examples                                                         Fault Tolerance Systems: Redundant Architectures • Common
                                                                          Cause Strength • Diagnostics • Architecture Evaluation
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                           Safety/Reliability Checklist
• Manual analysis of alarm activation data                                Safety Instrumented Functions: SIL Verification • Evaluation
• Use of commercial tools to analyze alarm activation data                Methods
• Alarm configuration analysis using commercial tools
• Documentation and rationalization using commercial tools                CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
• Enhanced alarm techniques                                               • Calculate probabilities of failure
• Management of change for alarm systems                                  • Study a redundant system and develop a Markov model
• Situation awareness                                                     • Given failure rate data, solve the Markov model for probability of
• Philosophy development                                                    failure on demand (PFD), a measure of safety and mean time to
                                                                            failure (MTTF), and measure of system success
■ COURSE NO.: IC36P
                                                                          • Given failure rate data, evaluate the SIL of a safety instrumented
LENGTH: 2 Days      CEUs: 1.4                                               function using a combination of techniques
PRICE: $910 Members
                                                                          • Evaluate the potential reliability of a control system based on
        $995 Nonmembers
                                                                            design features
        $895 Group
                                                                          INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Control System Safety Evaluation and
SCHEDULE:
                                                                                             Reliability, 2nd Edition
Research Triangle Park, NC: 23-24 May 2005
Cleveland, OH: 8-9 March 2005                                             Students should bring a calculator capable of scientific notation or a
                                                                          laptop computer.

                                                                          ■ COURSE NO.: ES35
                       Early Registration Special                         LENGTH: 2 days     CEUs: 1.4
                       Register for any two training                      PRICE: $910 Members
                       courses get entered for a                                  $995 Nonmembers
                                                                                  $895 Group
                       special drawing.
                       See page 44 for details.                           SCHEDULE:
                                                                          Research Triangle Park, NC: 21-22 July 2005




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                                 Acid Rain Program and NOx Budget                                     Advances in Continuous Emission
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                                 Program Regulations                                                  Monitoring (CEM) Techniques
                                 This course will give you the regulatory knowledge you need on a     This seminar reviews regulatory and technical issues in the field
                                 day-to-day basis for decision-making in operating a Continuous       of CEM. You will learn about new developments in CEM
                                 Emissions Monitoring System governed by 40 CFR 75. This              systems and monitoring instrumentation, and how the current
                                 course examines the monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting         regulations impact that development.
                                 requirements of the regulations in 40 CFR 75. Both the
                                                                                                      YOU WILL COVER
                                 regulations and EPA-issued policy determinations will be used to
                                                                                                      Regulatory Requirements for CEM Systems: Implementing • NSPS
                                 gain an understanding of a variety of topics.
                                                                                                      • Acid Rain • NOx Budget • MACT
                                 YOU WILL COVER:                                                      Status of Sampling Systems: Source Level Extractive Systems
                                 Regulatory Background: Difference Between a Law and a Regulation     • Dilution Systems • In-situ Path and Point Monitoring Systems
                                 • What’s a “Rule”? What’s a “CFR”? • Basis of 40 CFR • Differences   Status of Analytical Systems: Electro-Optical and Electro-
                                 Between Part 60 and Part 75                                          Chemical Techniques • Methods for Continuously Monitoring
                                 Emissions Monitoring Fundamentals for the Subparts that Apply        Particulate Matter, Metals and Organic Compounds
                                 to Your Facility: Monitoring Requirements vs. Compliance             Quality Assurance Plans: How to Write a CEM QA/QC Manual
                                 Determination Requirements • Data Validity • Monitor Availability
                                 • Block Average Values and Rolling Average Values • Boiler           A hand-held calculator should be brought to class.
                                 Operating Day Definitions • Calculating Pollutant Reduction          ■ COURSE NO.: SP05PC
                                 Requirements • Determining Span and Range Values for Analyzers       LENGTH: 1 day      CEUs: 0.7
                                 Quality Assurance Activities                                         PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers
                                 Daily Calibration Checks • Calibration Gases to Use • Calibration
                                 Check Timing • Calibration Check Failure • How is the Test           SCHEDULE:
                                 Different from Part 75 Daily Calibration Checks?                     Research Triangle Park, NC: 17 January 2005
                                 Quarterly Cylinder Gas Audits • Calibration Gases to Use             Long Beach, CA: 17 August 2005
                                 • Pass/Fail Standards • How is the Test Different from Part 75       Pikesville, MD: 8 November 2004
                                 Linearity Checks?
                                                                                                      Pasadena, TX: 21 February 2005
                                 Relative Accuracy Test Audits • The Test Company Runs the Test -
                                                                                                      Nashville, TN: 5 June 2005
                                 What Do I Do? • Pass/Fail Standards • How is the Test Different
                                 from Part 75 RATA?
                                 Recordkeeping Requirements: Basic Regulations for Data               Surviving an LDAR Audit
                                 Retention • QA/QC Plans • Excess Emissions Reports • Monitor         This seminar explains the things that auditors look for, what the
                                 Downtime Reports                                                     rules require, how to meet the requirements, and how to minimize
                                                                                                      or eliminate situations that could become issues.
                                 CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                 • Reading a monitoring plan                                          YOU WILL COVER:
                                                                                                      Understanding LDAR: Federal Regulation Requirements
                                 • Determining span and range values for an analyzer
                                 • Calculating missing data substitution values                       • Compliance with New Regulations • Audit Criteria • How
                                 • Reading an EDR                                                     Audits are Conducted
                                                                                                      Strategy to Eliminate Delay of Repairs: Valve Design and Leak
                                 • Calculating flow-to-load tests
                                 • Calculating linearity error                                        Potential • Predicting Potential Leaks • Equipment Compatibility
                                                                                                      Ever Changing Process: Equipment Modifications • Stream
                                 • Calculating bias adjustment factors
                                 • Reading data from a Relative Accuracy Test Audit                   Identification • Regulation Changes or Additions
                                                                                                      Method 21: Audit Tips • Specifications and Performance Criteria
                                 A standard calculator capable of handling values to the millionth    • Alternatives • Response Factors
                                 place and a copy of 40 CFR 75 should be brought to class.            Reporting and Recordkeeping: Data Accessibility • Reporting
                                                                                                      Criteria • What to Expect • Self-auditing
                                 ■ COURSE NO.: SP08P
                                                                                                      ■ COURSE NO.: SP06PC
                                 LENGTH: 3 Days       CEUs: 2.1
                                                                                                      LENGTH: 1 day      CEUs: 0.7
                                 PRICE: $1,210 Members
                                          $1,295 Nonmembers                                           PRICE: $395 Members; $445 Nonmembers
                                          $1,195 Group                                                SCHEDULE:
                                 SCHEDULE:                                                            Research Triangle Park, NC: 18 January 2005
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 9-11 February 2005                       Long Beach, CA: 18 August 2005
                                                                                                      Knoxville, TN: 5 June 2005
                                                                                                      Galveston, TX: 17 May 2005
                                                                                                      Pasadena, TX: 22 February 2005


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Project Management for Engineers                                                 Managing Engineers and the




                                                                                                                                                AUTOMATION PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
This course will give you the skills and techniques you                          Technical Staff
need to develop a realistic plan that will reduce or                            This course gives you the skills and knowledge to effectively
eliminate many problems projects experience (over                               manage engineers and those who support them. You will
budget, missed deadlines, poor scheduling, etc.) and           Take courses
                                                             MT20 and MT25 learn how to develop a team environment where engineers
enable you to complete the project on time and within            and save!      are empowered to be more productive and creative. The
budget.                                                          Combo Price:   techniques and skills that enable you to help individual
                                                             ISA Member: $2,105 team members reach their potential are emphasized.
YOU WILL COVER:                                              Nonmember: $2,190
What Project Management Can Do: Definition of Projects
and Project Management • How the Project Manager Gets                     YOU WILL COVER:
Authority and How it Differs from Line Management                         Developing the Leader’s Point of View: Difference of Leading and
• Management Expectations for Project Managers                            Supervising • Authority vs. Responsibility • Actions that Establish
Effective Project Planning: Developing the Project Objectives -           You as the “Leader” • Determining the Level of Involvement of the
Scope Time, Cost, and Critical Resources • How to Develop                 Team Members
Objectives When they are Unknown • Developing the Work                    Persuasion (How to Ensure that Your Message is Being Acted
Breakdown Structure (WBS)                                                 Upon): • Developing Communications • Communication Model
Estimating Project Time and Costs: What to Include in the                 • Handling Emotional Individuals • Developing Your Presentation
Estimates • Project Loss Factors • Non Project Loss Factors               Style • Making Your Message Understandable • Delegating for Results
• Projected Work Levels • Determining and Managing                        Motivating Engineers: Why Engineers Work • Values, Needs, and
Contingencies • Establishing the Critical Path • What to Do when          Concerns of Engineers • Building on Individual Needs Systems
the Time Available to Do the Project is Less than the Time
                                                                          Analyzing Performance: Performance Reviews • Working with New
Required
                                                                          and Problem Employees • Determining Realistic Standards
Scheduling the Project: Enhanced Bar Charting System • Resource           • Performance Problems • When to Train, Coach, and Council
Planning and Balancing • Developing the Baseline Budget                   • When to Seek Outside Help • Traditional Performance Review
• Displaying the Schedule and the Milestones • 6 Scheduling Rules         Process
• How to Determine the Time-Phased Costs • Crashing the Project
                                                                          Building Consensus: A True Understanding of Consensus • How to
Managing the Project: Managing Changes - Customer                         Lead a Meeting • Special Skills of A Concensus Builder
Requirements, Management Needs, or Unforeseen Difficulties                • Developing the “No Lose” Attitude • Other Forms of Meetings
• Using the Baseline Budget to Control the Project • How to
                                                                          Resolving Differences: Why Conflict is Expected • Six Strategies to
Evaluate Status • Problem Reporting • Developing Corrective
                                                                          Resolve Conflict and When to Use Them • Primary Strategies of
Action • Taking Preventative Action • Plan Revision and
                                                                          Engineering • Surprising Successful Strategy of Conflict
Reconfirming Objectives
                                                                          Management
Implementing Project Techniques: Skills Required to Manage
                                                                          Developing Your Action Plan: Fine Tuning Supervisory Skills
Projects • Self Management • Time Management • Managing
                                                                          • Getting Your Team Involved in Becoming Winners
Meetings • Resolving Conflicts
                                                                          CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                                                          • Determine your leadership style
• Develop a work breakdown structure and Gantt chart
                                                                          • Develop an action plan
• Develop and use a critical path to reduce time duration
                                                                          ■ COURSE NO.: MT25P
■ COURSE NO.: MT20P
                                                                          LENGTH: 3 Days      CEUs: 2.1
LENGTH: 2 Days     CEUs: 1.4
                                                                          PRICE: $1,210 Members
PRICE: $910 Members
                                                                                  $1,295 Nonmembers
        $995 Nonmembers
                                                                                  $1,195 Group
        $895 Group
                                                                          SCHEDULE:
SCHEDULE:
                                                                          Research Triangle Park, NC: 2-4 March 2005
Research Triangle Park, NC: 28 February – 1 March 2005
Morristown, NJ: 17-18 January 2005




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                                 AUTOMATION PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
AUTOMATION PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

                                 Planning, Justifying, and Executing                                    Control Systems Engineering (CSE)
                                 Automation + Control Projects                                          PE Exam Review Course
                                 This course teaches you the skills and techniques required to lead     This course reviews the knowledge and skills areas that are included
                                 automation and control projects - from the perspectives of both        on the CSE Professional Engineer (PE) examination produced by
                                 an industrial company and the engineering organization. You’ll         NCEES and administered by the state professional license boards
                                 learn how to identify operating benefits that automation and           each October. The intent of the class is to prepare an engineer with
                                 control can deliver, how to develop and justify projects, and the      four or more years of experience to take the exam by providing
                                 specific techniques needed to plan and manage automation and           instruction in the broad range of technical areas that will be tested.
                                 control projects. This course goes beyond general project              The content is based on the CSE Exam Specification that went into
                                 management techniques to focus on specific techniques for              effect in 2003. Basic experience and background in control systems
                                 automation and control projects.                                       engineering and successful completion of the Fundamental of
                                                                                                        Engineering exam are helpful in completing the course.
                                 YOU WILL COVER:
                                 Top Ten Issues in Leading Projects: Deliver Benefits to Operations     YOU WILL COVER:
                                 • Justify Projects • Work Efficiently with Providers • Freeze Design   Sensor Technologies Applicable to Various Measurements
                                  • Partner with Suppliers • Plan for Risk Events • Monitor Cost and    (Process Variables): Types of Sensors • Calibration Ranges
                                 Schedule Continuously • Milestone Reviews • Customer First             • Linearity • Hysterisis • Repeatability • Elevated and Supressed
                                 Characteristics and Objectives: Project Benefits to Operations,        Zero Ranges
                                 Marketing, and Strategic Direction • Execution Objectives of Cost,     Calculations Involved in Process Measurements: Flow (Inferential,
                                 Schedule, Scope, and Customer Satisfaction                             Volumetric, Mass, Velocity) • Pressure (Conversions, Ranges,
                                 New Approaches for Identifying Benefit Opportunities:                  Installations) • Level (Hydrostatic Head, Ultrasonic, Capacitance,
                                 Benchmarking Benefits vs. Practices • Brainstorming, Dynamic           etc.) • Temperature (Thermocouples, RTD, Thermistors)
                                 Performance Measure, Six Sigma, Opportunity Assessment                 Final Control Elements: Valve Types and Styles • Flow
                                 • Procedure for Opportunity Assessment                                 Characteristics • Applications • Sizing • Safety Relief Valves
                                 Upgrade Projects - Selection and Justification: Levels of Upgrades     Fluid Properties: Specific Gravity • Pressure and Temperature
                                 • Reasons to and Not to Upgrade • Vendor Product Obsolescence          Conversion • Reynolds Number
                                 Strategies • When and How to Upgrade                                   Signal Types and Transmission Methods: Electronic • Pneumatic
                                 Project Phase Concept: Project Phases vs. Project Management           Signal Circuit Design: Type • Grounding • Shielding • Installation
                                 Phases • Importance of Phases • What, How, and Do Segments
                                                                                                        Control System Analysis: Documentation • Basic Processes
                                 Overlap Between Phases • Selling the Phase Concept
                                                                                                        • Regulatory Control, Feedback, Cascade, Ratio, PID • Discrete
                                 Project Phases: Conception • Development • Customer Require-           Control • PLCs
                                 ments Definition • Planning • Front End Engineering • Design
                                                                                                        Control System Implementation: Loop Tuning Methods
                                 Freeze • Management of Detail Design • Simulation/ Testing
                                                                                                        • Distributed Control Systems • Safety Systems • Ergonomics
                                 • Construction • Checkout/Commissioning • Project Closeout
                                                                                                        • HMI and Graphics • Programming (Ladder Logic, Sequential,
                                 Project Reviews: When and Why to do Them • How to Structure            Function Block)
                                 and Staff for Maximum Results and Team Benefit
                                                                                                        Codes, Standards, and Regulations: Applications and Use
                                 Outsourcing: Reasons • How Much and When • Managing                    • Intrinsic Safety • Hazardous Area Classifications
                                 Relationships
                                 Vendor Relationships: Purchasing Leverage • Value of Vendor            CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
                                 Partnerships • Vendor Reaction to Partnerships • Managing              • Daily practice taking a CSE-style exam

                                 CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:                                        INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Control Systems Engineering Study Guide,
                                 • Develop a cost justification for a control system upgrade project                       4th Edition
                                 • Develop a list of deliverables from key project phases               ■ COURSE NO.: EN00
                                                                                                        LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1
                                 ■ COURSE NO.: MT10                                                     PRICE: $1,210 Members
                                 LENGTH: 2 Days     CEUs: 1.4                                                   $1,295 Nonmembers
                                 PRICE: $910 Members                                                            $1,195 Group
                                         $995 Nonmembers
                                                                                                        SCHEDULE:
                                         $895 Group
                                                                                                        Research Triangle Park, NC: 16-18 May 2005; 18-20 July 2005
                                 SCHEDULE:                                                              Long Beach, CA: 18-20 January 2005
                                 Research Triangle Park, NC: 29-30 March 2005
                                                                                                        Boston, MA: 8-10 March 2005
                                 Philadelphia, PA: 7-8 April 2005
                                                                                                        Philadelphia, PA: 4-6 April 2005
                                                                                                        Morristown, NJ: 9-11 August 2005


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Certified Automation Professional (CAP)




                                                                                                                                                       AUTOMATION PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
Review Course                                                        MEET ED
This course reviews the knowledge and skills areas (or domains)
that are included on the CAP examination. The intent of the          If you aren’t super-human like he is, then you need ISA.
class is to prepare an automation professional who meets the         ISA is here to help you succeed in automation + control.
exam criteria to take the exam.

YOU WILL COVER:
Field Devices: Instrumentation • Discrete Measurement • Control
Valves • Conventional Communication Concepts                                           “I never ask anyone
                                                                                     else for technical help.”
Control and Simulation: Process Control • Batch Control • Discrete
Control • Drive Control • Motion Control • Simulation • Operator
Training
                                                                                                                       “I’ve certified myself.”
Operator Interface and Alarm Management
Integration: Communications (LAN, WAN, Proprietary Control,
Fieldbus) • MES Integration • Network Security
Safety, Reliability, and Electrical
Maintenance Management and Long Term Support
                                                                                  “I’ve taught myself
Workflow and Project Leadership: Opportunity Identification and                 everything I ever need
Project Justification • Project Workflow • Group Communications                        to know.”
and Team Processes

CLASSROOM/LABORATORY EXERCISES:
• Practice taking CAP exam-style questions

INCLUDES ISA TEXT: Certified Automation Professional Study
                   Guide

■ COURSE NO.: EC00
LENGTH: 3 days      CEUs: 2.1
PRICE: $1,130 Members                                                           “I can leap tall buildings
        $1,195 Nonmembers                                                          in a single bound.”
        $1,095 Group                                                                                                “I always know where
                                                                                                                 to buy the latest automation
SCHEDULE:                                                                                                          hardware and software.”
Research Triangle Park, NC: 14-16 February 2005
Long Beach, CA: 10-12 May 2005
Boston, MA: 28-30 June 2005                                                                  “I write my own
Morristown, NJ: 19-21 July 2005                                                           reference books and
                                                                                           industry standards.”
Cleveland, OH: 15-17 March 2005
Philadelphia, PA: 4-6 April 2005
Pasadena, TX: 23-25 August 2005




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ISA Certified Industrial
Maintenance Mechanic (CIMM)



In response to industry requests,
ISA has developed a certification
program to provide a non-biased,
third-party assessment and
confirmation of the skills of industrial
maintenance mechanics.

CIMMs are multi-skilled individuals
responsible for preventive, predictive,
and corrective maintenance. They
perform troubleshooting and analysis,
and apply sound maintenance
practices in all aspects of their work.
Their expertise is primarily mechanical
in nature as opposed to
instrumentation or electrical.




     CIMM Benefits Employers                        CIMM Benefits Maintenance Mechanics
     • An objective third-party tool to bring all   • Gain the opportunity for recognition and
       employees to the same level                    career advancement
     • Qualification tool for new hires and         • Receive verification of skills that transfer
       contractors                                    from one employer to another
     • Way to establish a pay for                   • Opportunity for personal and career
       performance system                             development
     • Encourages development of a
       well-rounded skill set for mechanics




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                                                                                                         DISTANCE LEARNING


Automation and Control Curriculum




                                                                                                                                      DISTANCE LEARNING
These distance learning courses cover the fundamentals of process control, process measurement, and
calibration and test equipment for control systems technicians, electricians, mechanics, and other
instrumentation and control professionals. They are helpful when preparing for ISA’s Certified Control
Systems Technician (CCST)
Calibration and Test Equipment Library     Basic Process Control Library               Process Measurement Library*
• Primary Calibration Standards            • Feedback Control                          • Thermometers & Thermocouples
• Pneumatic Test Equipment                 • Feedback Control Modes                    • Resistance and Radiation Devices
• Electronic Test Equipment                • Process Characteristics                   • Pressure Manometers and Gages
• Oscilloscopes                            • Process Variables                         • Pressure Indicators and Transmitters
• Instrumentation Errors                   • Instrumentation Symbols                   • Level Measurement and Gages
• Instrument Calibration                   • Instrument Loop Diagrams                  • Level Indicators and Transmitters
Library Price:                             • Piping Instrumentation Drawings           • Flow Measurement
CD: $2,214 Member; $2,394 Nonmember        • Mechanical Connections                    • Flow Sensors
Online: $200 Member/Nonmember              • Electrical Connections                    Library Price:
                                           Library Price:                              CD: $2,952 Member; $3,192 Nonmember
Continuous Process Control Library         CD: $3,321 Member; $3,591 Nonmember         Online: $225 Member/Nonmember
• Principles of Continuous Process         Online: $250 Member/Nonmember               * These titles are also available in Spanish
• Applications of Heat Exchanger Control
• Applications of Distillation Control     Distributed Control Systems (DCS)           Hazardous Area Instrumentation
• Applications of pH Control               Library                                     Course Price:
Library Price:                             • Hybrid Systems                            CD: $799 Member/Nonmember
CD: $1,476 Member; $1,596 Nonmember        • How Control Systems Communicate           Online: $69 Member; $79 Nonmember
Online: $150 Member/Nonmember              • Human Interfaces to the Process
                                           • Connecting the Enterprise                 Foundation Fieldbus Concepts
                                           • Configuring & Changing Control Strategy   This comprehensive, easy-to-understand
                                           Library Price:                              course presents Fieldbus concepts using
                                           CD: $1,845 Member; $1,995 Nonmember         state-of-the-art multimedia technology.
                                           Online: $175 Member/Nonmember               CD Course Price:
                                                                                       $450 Member; $499 Nonmember


                                                                                       Automation and Control Curriculum
                                                                                       Entire Curriculum Price
                                                                                       Online: $550 Member/Nonmember
                                                                                       CD: $9,440 Member; $10,440 Nonmember

                                                                                       Individual Course Prices
                                                                                       Online: $49 Member; $59 Nonmember
                                                                                       CD: $530 Member; $595 Nonmember




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                    DISTANCE LEARNING


                    Mechanical Maintenance Curriculum
DISTANCE LEARNING




                    Thesedistance learning courses are designed with maintenance mechanics, technicians, and engineers
                    in mind. These courses quickly and comprehensively cover the topics needed to efficiently maintain
                    drives, hydraulics, pneumatics, and more.

                                                                                                               Boiler Operation & Control
                                                                                                               • Introduction to Boilers – An Overview
                                                                                                               • Boiler Design and Construction
                                                                                                               • Boiler Feedwater and Steam
                                                                                                               • Boiler Fuel and Air
                                                                                                               • Boiler Operations
                                                                                                               Library Price:
                                                                                                               CD: $1,845 Member; $1,995 Nonmember
                                                                                                               Online: $175 Member/Nonmember

                                                                                                               Hydraulics Library
                                                                                                               • Harnessing Hydraulic Power
                                                                                                               • The Hydraulic Circuit
                                                                                                               • Pumps & Actuators
                                                                                                               • Control Valves
                                                                                                               • Hydraulic Fluid
                                                                                                               • Hydraulic Systems Safety & Maintenance
                                                                                                               • Hydraulic System Troubleshooting
                                                                                                               CD Library Price:
                                                                                                               $4,195 Member/Nonmember

                                                                                                               Enclosed Drive Systems
                                                                                                               This course discusses the different types of
                                                                                                               enclosed gear drives along with their major
                                                                                                               components.
                    Clutches & Brakes Library                  Control Valves and Actuators Library            CD Course Price:
                    • Types & Applications                     • Basics & Function                             $995 Member/Nonmember
                    • Troubleshooting                          • Types & Design
                    CD Library Price:                          • Fundamentals & Selection                      Shaft Joining & Coupling Devices
                    $1,695 Member/Nonmember                    • Sizing & Installation                         This course will help teach you how to align
                                                               Library Price:                                  the shafts of motors and pumps, by provid-
                    Industrial Drives Library                  CD: $1,476 Member; $1,596 Nonmember             ing step-by-step instructions based on the
                    • Chain Drives                             Online: $150 Member/Nonmember                   rimface method.
                    • Belt Drives                                                                              CD Course Price:
                    CD Library Price:                          Complete Drive Packages                         $995 Member/Nonmember
                    $1,695 Member/Nonmember                    Knowing the components and operation
                                                               of directly coupled drive systems is critical   Mechanical Print Reading Library
                    Gaging & Measurement Library               to the success or failure of industrial         • Orthographic Projection
                    • Types & Fundamentals                     machinery. This course goes beyond the          • Drawing Format & Dimensioning
                    • Procedures & Operation                   basics, teaching fundamentals,                  • Drawing Types & Symbols
                    CD Library Price:                          components, troubleshooting, and more.          • Thread Specifications
                    $1,595 Member/Nonmember                                                                    CD Library Price:
                                                               CD Course Price:
                                                                                                               $2,595 Member/Nonmember
                                                               $995 Member/Nonmember
                    Workplace Reading Library
                    • Interpreting Symbols, Illustrations, &   Gears & Gear Systems                            Industrial Hydraulics Library
                      Understanding Paragraphs & Sentences                                                     • Basic Principles & Applications
                                                               This course was designed for technicians
                    • Using Classification & Understanding                                                     • Types & Concepts
                                                               and engineers whose need comprehensive
                      Inference                                                                                • Function & Operating Principles
                                                               knowledge of gears and gear-related topics.
                    • Types of Reading                                                                         CD Library Price:
                                                               This course covers gear basics, installa-       $2,295 Member/Nonmember
                    CD Library Price:
                    $2,295 Member/Nonmember                    tions, maintenance and troubleshooting.
                                                               CD Course Price:
                                                               $995 Member/Nonmember



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                                                                                                                                    DISTANCE LEARNING
Industrial Hydraulic Power Library         Industrial Bearings Library                  Machinery Oil Analysis Library
• Introduction to Hydraulic Systems        • Application & Technology                   • Fundamentals & Methods
• Hydraulic Schematics                     • Maintenance & Installation                 • Strategies, Options, & Testing
• Hydraulic Fluid                          • Troubleshooting                            • Establishing an Effective Program
• Hydraulic Pump Applications              CD Library Price:                            CD Library Price:
• Positive Displacement Pumps              $2,295 Member/Nonmember                      $2,295 Member/Nonmember
• Hydraulic Accumulators
• Pressure Control Principles              Machinery Lubrication Library                Ultrasonics Library
• Pressure Control Valve Application       • Lubricating Oil: Types, Properties &       • Basic Principles
• Directional Control Principles             Handling                                   • Leak Detection
• Pressure Control Operation               • Lubricating Oil: Equipment & Procedures    • Mechanical & Electrical Inspection
• Flow Control Valves                      • Lubricating Greases: Types, Applications   CDLibrary Price:
• Actuator Cylinders                         & Equipment                                $2,095 Member/Nonmember
• Hydraulic Motors                         CD Library Price:
Online Library Price:                      $2,295 Member/Nonmember
                                                                                        Mechanical Maintenance Curriculum
$350 Member/Nonmember
                                                                                        Individual Course Prices
                                           Thermography Library                         Online: $49 Member; $59 Nonmember
HVAC&R Library                             • Basic Operation
                                                                                        CD: $995 Member/Nonmember
• Complete System Troubleshooting          • Operating Procedures & Implementation
• Air Handlers: Mechanical Systems         • Practical Applications
• Air Handlers: Calibration                CD Library Price:
• Chillers: Mechanical Components          $2,095 Member/Nonmember
• Chillers: Leak Check & Electrical
• Cooling Towers: Maintenance &            Pneumatics Library
  Troubleshooting                          • The Power of Compressed Air
• Condensers: Maintenance &                • The Pneumatic Circuit
  Troubleshooting                          • Processing Air
CD Library Price:                          • Using Compressed Air
$4,195 Member/Nonmember                    • Pneumatic Control Valves
                                           • Working Safely with Pneumatic Systems
Steam Traps Library                        • Pneumatic System Maintenance
• Types, Principles & Functions            • Troubleshooting Pneumatic Systems
• Sizing, Installation & Monitoring        CD Library Price:
• Diagnostics & Troubleshooting            $4,795 Member/Nonmember
CD Library Price:
$2,295 Member/Nonmember                    Industrial Seals Library
                                           • Types, Materials & Properties
Advanced Vibration: AC Induction           • Gaskets & Packings, Inspection &
Motors Library                               Installation
• AC Induction Motors, Part I              • Mechanical Face Seals, Troubleshooting,
• AC Induction Motors, Part II               & Installation
CD Library Price:                          CD Library Price:
$1,695 Member/Nonmember                    $2,295 Member/Nonmember

Hydraulic Power Systems &                  Vibration Analysis Library
Troubleshooting Library                    • Predictive Maintenance & Machine
• Identifications & Operation                Vibration
• Troubleshooting Techniques               • Machine Vibration: Basic Theory
CD Library Price:                          • Preparing for Data Collection
$1,695 Member/Nonmember                    • The Data Processing System
                                           • Data Collection
Centrifugal Pumps Library                  • Data Analysis
• Design & Function                        CD Library Price:
• System Characteristics & Selection       $3,695 Member/Nonmember
• Operation & Maintenance
• Troubleshooting & Disassembly
• Reassembly & Installation
CD Library Price:
$3,295 Member/Nonmember




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                    ISA Web Seminars
DISTANCE LEARNING




                                                                                   ISA Web Seminars are live, interactive presentations conducted via the
                                                                                   Internet and your telephone covering the hottest topics in the industry
                                                                                   today. Many seminars are also available in pre-recorded format.
                                                                                   Register at www.isa.org/websem.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   2004–05 SCHEDULE
                    Batch Manufacturing                                                                                                     Process Automation + Control
                    • Introduction to the GAMP Model for Computer Validation....................17 December,                                • CSE PE Exam Review Part 1: Standards and References................................9 February
                                                                                                     22 June                                • CSE PE Exam Review Part 2: Measurement I..............................................23 February
                                                                                                                                            • CSE PE Exam Review Part 3: Measurement II ..................................................9 March
                    Environmental
                                                                                                                                            • CSE PE Exam Review Part 4: Control System Analysis...................................23 March
                    • 40 CFR 60 Appendix A Method 21.............................................................22 February
                                                                                                                                            • CSE PE Exam Review Part 5: Final Control Elements.......................................13 April
                                                                                                                                            • CSE PE Exam Review Part 6: Control System Implementation.........................20 April
                    Networks
                    • Industrial Ethernet Series, Part 1: Understanding Ethernet                                                            Safety
                      Cabling and Hardware ..............................................4 November, 16 February, 15 June
                                                                                                                                            • Boiler Control Fundamentals.........................................................2 November, 11 June
                    • Industrial Ethernet Series, Part 2: Is Ethernet
                                                                                                                                            • Is a Boiler Management System (BMS) a Safety
                      Ready for the Plant Floor? ............................................18 November, 2 March, 29 June
                                                                                                                                              Instrumented System (SIS)? ....................................................16 November, 12 January
                    • How Can OPC Reduce Your Plant Control Integration Costs? ..................1 December,
                                                                                                                                            • Introduction to Safety Instrumented Fire and Gas Systems............................13 January
                                                                                                    10 March
                                                                                                                                            • Grounding in Instrumentation Systems..........................................................18 January
                    • Industrial Ethernet Series, Part 3: Designing Industrial
                      Ethernet Networks ......................................................................2 December, 16 March          • Overview of Noise Reduction.........................................................................19 January
                    • .NET in Manufacturing..................................................................................8 February     • Safety Instrumented Systems, Part 1: Determining
                                                                                                                                              Safety Integrity Levels .......................................................................20 January, 26 May
                    • Hybrid Systems Overview.....................................................................................5 April
                                                                                                                                            • Safety Instrumented Systems, Part 2: The Pros and Cons
                    • Overview of Foundation Fieldbus Technology......................................................7 April
                                                                                                                                              of Logic System Design.......................................................................3 February, 9 June
                    • Introduction to SCADA .....................................................................................12 April
                                                                                                                                            • Safety Instrumented Systems, Part 3: Field Devices
                    • FOUNDATION Fieldbus H1 Installation and                                                                                 and Their Impact on System Performance......................................17 February, 23 June
                      Commissioning (9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. ET) ....................................................21 April
                                                                                                                                            • Introduction to DCS Alarm Management..........................................................26 April
                    • Next Generation Fieldbuses – Picking the Right One ........................................28 April

                                                                                                                                            Security
                    Measurement
                                                                                                                                            • Industrial Network Security Series, Part 1: Cyber Security
                    • Data Quality Basics: Introduction to Measurement                                                                        Risk Assessment for Automation Systems..................................................23 November,
                      Uncertainty....................................................................................9 December, 3 March                                                                                      27 January, 10 May
                                                                                                                                            • Industrial Network Security Series, Part 2:
                    Productivity, Marketing, and Management                                                                                   Firewalls and Filtering Security on the Plant Floor....................................30 November,
                    • Effective Project Team Building .......................................................3 November, 3 May                                                                                             10 February, 24 May
                    • Sell More Through Effective Technical Presentations.....................9 November, 12 May                            • Industrial Network Security Series, Part 3:
                                                                                                                                              Encryption and Virtual Private Networks..................................................15 December,
                    • Technical Sales: LAMP — Large Account Management Process.................11 November,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              24 February, 7 June
                                                                                                    30 June
                    • Team Member Motivation ...........................................................17 November, 17 May
                    • Engineering Influence: Unlock the Secrets to
                                                                                                                                            Sensors
                      Getting Your Way ..................................................................14 December, 15 February           • Overview of Fiber Optic Sensing..............................................10 November, 31 March
                    • Business to Business Marketing: 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing ...................27 April                            • Wireless Networking of Sensors and Instrumentation:
                    • Business to Business Marketing: Marketing Warfare ...........................................11 May                     Applications and Techniques .......................................................7 December, 17 March

                    • Business to Business Marketing: Positioning........................................................25 May
                    • Technical Sales: Why People Don’t Buy Things.....................................................2 June               Systems Integration
                    • Technical Sales: Solution Selling ..........................................................................16 June   Overview of Enterprise Control Integration.....................................................8 December



                                                           Dates subject to change. All seminars run 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Eastern Time, except where indicated.



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     Ask about our training needs assessment.
     • Call (919) 549-8411
     • E-mail info@isa.org
     • Visit www.isa.org/onsitetrng



     ISA—Connecting People and Ideas in
     Automation + Control
     08-8952-084



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P.O. Box 12277                                                                       Lebanon Junction, KY
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