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					ABB University (UK) – Advant MOD Supplement




            Course Descriptions




     From Industrial Revolution … to IndustrialIT
For Operators

     Advant MOD                                   Operator Foundation
   System Operation                                   OperateI T
        GB730                                           GB100
        2 Days                                         2.5 Days




   Ø     Select the course for the appropriate operator console. (OS500 or Operate IT)

For Engineers
     Advant MOD              Advant MOD
  System Engineering         Engineering
        GB770                  GB780
       10 Days                 5 Days




                                                   Windows 2000 for                       Operate IT
                                                      OperateIT                          Engineering
                                                        GB002                              GB380
                                                       4.5 Days                           10 Days




                             Advant MOD                                 Advant MOD
                                TCL                                      Batch300
                               GB771                                      GB790
                               5 Days                                     5 Days




                            Advant MOD
                        Advant IMS Introduction
                                GB772
                                3 Days



                             Advant MOD
                                 TLL
                               GB773
                               5 Days



                             Advant MOD
                                TRIO
                               GB774
                               2 Days




  MOD300 to Advant
    Conversion
      GB775
      5 Days




   Ø     The B405 – System Engineering course is the pre-requisite for all Advant MOD engineering courses.
   Ø     B515 is a pre-requisite for the B535 Batch300 course.
   Ø     Select the initial course appropriate to the console type in use. (OS500 or Operate IT)
For Maintenance Staff

     Advant MOD                                 Advant MOD                              Advant MOD
   System Overview                           System Maintenance                     Advanced Maintenance
        GB700                                      GB740                                   GB741
        4 Days                                     5 Days                                  5 Days



                                             HP UNIX for Advant

                                                   GB900
                                                   5 Days




   Ø     For the B315 HP UNIX for Advant course it is recommended that delegates attend the System Overview course
         prior to this course, unless they have at least some experience of the Advant MOD system.

For Managers/Supervisors

  System Engineering                          Advant MOD TCL
    For Supervisors                            For Supervisors
        GB701                                      GB702
        5 Days                                     3 Days




   Ø     Designed for Managers who will oversee a project team, or those who need to assess the functionality of an
         Advant MOD system.
GB700 – Advant MOD System Overview
Course Description




                                                   Main Topics
Course Duration
                                                   • System elements, features and
The duration is 4 days – beginning on Monday at       capabilities
0900 and ending at 1600 on Thursday.
                                                   •   Basic configuration principles
Course Type                                        •   Operational characteristics
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
                                                   •   Data collection and reporting
30% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.                                         Availability
Course Goal                                        By Arrangement.
The goal of the course is to provide managers,
supervisors and technicians with an introduction
to the Advant MOD system.
Student Profile
This training is targeted to system managers,
supervisors and technicians .
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should ideally have a background in
process control.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Describe the major hardware
    elements and their functions
• Describe the main system features
    and capabilities
• Describe the basic principles of
    configuring the database, graphics
    and console display environments
• State the operational characteristics of
    the system
• Describe the principles of data
    collection and reports
GB701 – Advant MOD System Engineering for Supervisors
Course Description




Course Duration                                       •   Configuration overview
The duration is 4.5 days – beginning on Monday        Availability
at 0900 and ending on Friday at 1200.                 By Arrangement.
Course Type
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to familiarise students
with the Advant MOD300 system and teach them
to design and configure process loops and
environments using AdvaBuild and
AdvaCommand software.
Student Profile
This training is targeted to engineering
supervisors who will be responsible for, but not
actually carrying out the configuring of the system
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have knowledge of process
operation and control.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Identify Advant MOD hardware and
    functional characteristics
•   Operate a simulated process
•   Describe the steps for configuring a
    MOD300 Database and environment

Main Topics
• Advant MOD system operation
•   Advant MOD overview
GB702 – Advant MOD TCL for Supervisors
Course Description




Course Duration                                       •   TCL configuration overview and
                                                          features
The duration is 3 days – beginning at 0900 on the
first day and ending at 1600 on the last day.         •   Simple TCL programs

Course Type                                           Availability
This is an instructor led course. Approximately       By Arrangement.
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to teach students the
basic functions and structure of the Taylor Control
Language (TCL).
Student Profile
This training is targeted to engineering or
programming supervisors who will be responsible
for, but not actually writ ing programs.

Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have completed either the GB770
(B405) or GB701 (B115) course. Experience with
a programming language, preferably Pascal would
be useful.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Operate the Advant OCS using a
    simulated process with TCL unit
    displays
• Describe TCL configuration features
    and requirements
• Write simple TCL programs
    involving basic control
Main Topics
•   TCL unit displays
GB730 – Advant MOD System Operation
Course Description




                                                     Availability
Course Duration
                                                     By Arrangement.
The duration of this course is 2 days – beginning
at 0900 on the first day and ending at 1600 on the
last day.

Course Type
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
70% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to give participants the
knowledge to operate the Advant MOD system
using an Advant Station 500 Series operator
station
Student Profile
This training is targeted to Control Room
Operators or other personnel who are required to
operate the Advant Operator Station 500.

Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have have some knowledge of
process operation and control.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
•   Operate an Advant MOD system
•   Recognise and respond to process
    changes using standard runtime
    display features (control targets, page
    links, trends, alarm banner, last page,
    personalised menus etc.)
•   Carry out operations via TCL displays

Main Topics
•   Advant MOD system operation
GB770 – Advant MOD System Engineering
Course Description




Course Duration                                      •   Configure AdvaInform reports and
                                                         history
The duration is 10 days – beginning on Mondays
at 0900 and ending on Fridays at 1200.               Main Topics
Course Type                                          •   Hardware and configuration software
This is an instructor led course. Approximately      •   AdvaBuild and the Structure Builder
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and        •   Oracle objects and database
exercises.
                                                     •   Navigation
Course Goal                                          •   Templates and Function Charts
The goal of the course is to teach students how to   •   Database hierarchy and construction
configure the Advant AC460/410 controllers and
OS500 operator stations part of a Advant OCS         •   Compiling, installing and
system.                                                  downloading
                                                     •   Tuning and de-compiling
Student Profile
                                                     •   Database support and listings
This training is targeted to System Engineers,
Process Engineers or equivalent.                     •   AdvaCommand
                                                     •   AdvaBuild graphics and
Prerequisites and Recommendations                        environments
To obtain maximum benefit from the course,
knowledge of process operations and control is       •   HP-UX
required.                                            •   System loading and shutdown
                                                     •   System security
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be     •   AdvaInform
able to:                                             •   Oracle and SQL
• Identify system hardware and                       Availability
    software
                                                     Scheduled and by arrangement.
•   Use AdvaBuild and Structure Builder
•   Create Oracle objects and database
•   Navigate through the system
•   Configure function charts and
    templates
•   Compile, install and download
•   Use AdvaCommand and AdvaBuild
    to construct graphic displays
GB771 – Advant MOD TCL (Taylor Control Language)
Course Description




                                                     Main Topics
Course Duration
The duration is 4.5 days – beginning on Monday       •   Program design
at 0900 and ending on Friday at 1200.                •   Control sequences

Course Type                                          •   Database access
This is an instructor led course. Approximately      •   Batch and recipe handling
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
                                                     Availability
exercises.
                                                     Scheduled and by arrangement.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to provide students with
the knowledge to be able to design and implement
Taylor Control Language (TCL) on an Advant
MOD system.

Student Profile
This training is targeted to system control
engineers or system programmers.

Prerequisites and Recommendations
The GB770 Advant System Engineer 1 course is
an essential prerequisite. Attendees should also
have knowledge of process operations and control
and have experience of a programming language,
preferably Pascal.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Understand the programming and
    program design fundamentals.
•   Develop control sequences
•   Access the database
•   Understand unit relative and unit
    symmetrical sequences
•   Carry out batch and recipe handling
•   Carry out runtime console support
GB772 – Advant IMS Introduction
Course Description




Course Duration                                       •   Configure reports containing
                                                          character and graphical information in
The duration is 3 days – beginning at 0900 on the         the Reports (2) package
first day and ending at 1600 on the last day.
                                                      •   Define templates, scheduling and
Course Type                                               archiving
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
                                                      Main Topics
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.                                            •   Logs
                                                      •   Scheduling and archiving
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to provide the              •   Oracle objects
knowledge to create and support historical            •   Reports
logging on an Advant MOD system                       •   Templates
                                                      Availability
Student Profile                                       By Arrangement or Wait List
This training is targeted to engineers and
technicians operating in a system support position.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have attended the GB770 (B405)
Advant MOD System Engineer course.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Give a functional and operation
    overview of the History (2) package
• Configure logs (numeric, message
    and report, with the establishment of
    groups, sets and composite log
    arrangements)
•   Implementation of the scheduling and
    archiving discipline
•   Basic clause utilisation including
    Oracle Objects for information
    retrieval on the plant database.
GB773 – Advant MOD TLL (Taylor Ladder Logic)
Course Description




                                                        debug the program and demonstrate
Course Duration
                                                        its effectiveness
The duration is 4.5 days – beginning on Monday
at 0900 and ending on Friday at 1200.               Main Topics
Course Type                                         •   TLL design
This is an instructor led course. Approximately     •   Database support
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and       •   Configuring and debugging TLL
exercises.                                              programs
Course Goal                                         Availability
The goal of the course is to train System           By Arrangement.
Engineers in the skills and knowledge required to
apply, configure, program and operate the Taylor
Ladder Logic (TLL) Package with Advant.

Student Profile
This training is targeted to system, process, or
maintenance engineers, or technicians.

Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have attended the GB770 (B405)
Advant MOD System Engineer course.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Design the logic required to solve a
    process control-related problem
• Configure the MOD300 Database
    entities required to support the design
•   Configure the TLL program
    accordingly, making use of the TLL
    program elements
•   Effectively use the console run-time
    displays to load the TLL program
    elements
•   Effectively use the console run-time
    displays to load the TLL program,
GB774 – Advant MOD TRIO
Course Description




                                                    Main Topics
Course Duration
The duration is 2 days – beginning at 0900 on the   •   TRIO hardware
first day and ending at 1600 on the last day.       •   TRIO configuration

Course Type                                         •   TRIO faultfinding and diagnostics
This is an instructor led course. Approximately     Availability
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and       By Arrangement.
exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to train System
Engineers in the skills and knowledge required to
configure, program, operate and maintain the
Taylor Remote I/O (TRIO) hardware with
Advant.
Student Profile
This training is targeted to system, process,
maintenance engineers, technicians or equivalent.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have attended the GB770 (B405)
Advant MOD System Engineer course.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Identify and use the TRIO hardware
    elements
• Configure a chosen TRIO block
    utilising the MOD300 Advant
    database Configuration Package or a
    hand-held monitor
• Use system Diagnostic displays or the
    hand-held monitor to diagnose faults
    or improper use of TRIO hardware
    elements
GB775 – MOD300 to Advant Conversion
Course Description




Course Duration
The duration is 4.5 days – beginning on Monday
at 0900 and ending on Friday at 1200.
Course Type
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to take the student to a
proficient level of system configuration, operation
and support on the Advant OCS equipment, from
the knowledge base of standard MOD300.

Student Profile
This training is targeted to engineers who will
already be operating in a support role on existing
MOD300 equipment and be familiar with its
technology and features.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have a good working knowledge
of MOD300 equipment and its software, as this is
an intensive course.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Use their previous knowledge of the
    MOD300 system to define and
    configure an Advant MOD system.
Main Topics
•   Advant MOD system configuration
Availability
Scheduled and by arrangement.
GB780 – Advant MOD System Engineering (Process Portal)
Course Description




Course Duration                                      •   AdvaBuild and the Structure Builder
The duration is 4.5 days – beginning on Monday       •   Oracle objects and database
at 0900 and ending on Friday at 1200.                •   Navigation
Course Type                                          •   Templates
This is an instructor led course. Approximately      •   Function Charts
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and        •   Database hierarchy and construction
exercises.
                                                     •   Compiling, installing and
Course Goal                                              downloading
The goal of the course is to teach students how to   •   Tuning and de-compiling
configure the Advant AC460/410 as part of a          •   Database support and listings
Advant OCS system.
                                                     Availability
Student Profile
                                                     Scheduled and by arrangement.
This training is targeted to System Engineers,
Process Engineers or equivalent.

Prerequisites and Recommendations
To obtain maximum benefit from the course,
knowledge of process operations and control is
required.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Identify system hardware and
    software
•   Use AdvaBuild and Structure Builder
•   Create Oracle objects and database
•   Navigate through the system
•   Configure function charts and
    templates
•   Compile, install and download

Main Topics
• Hardware and configuration software
GB790 – Advant MOD Batch 300
Course Description




Course Duration                                     •   Carry out batch operations using the
                                                        recipe editor
The duration is 3 days – beginning at 0900 on the
first day and ending at 1600 on the last day.       Main Topics
Course Type                                         •   Batch 300 configuration
This is an instructor led course. Approximately     •   Batch Operations
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
                                                    Availability
exercises.
                                                    Scheduled and by arrangement.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to train engineers who
are going to work with the ABB Advant MOD
system using Batch 300.
Student Profile
This training is targeted to system control
engineers or system programmers who will be
implementing and modifying Batch 300
operations
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have attended the GB770 (B405)
and GB771 (B515) courses. Alternatively, a
functional understanding of the Advant OCS with
MOD300 software and practical experience
working with Taylor Control Language can
satisfy the prerequisites.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
•   Implement, operate and maintain
    Batch 300
•   Define recipe parameters an Batch
    300
•   Define equipment parameters
    associated with Batch 300
GB740 – Advant MOD System Maintenance
Course Description




                                                   Main Topics
Course Duration
The duration is 4.5 days – beginning on Monday     •   Hardware and peripherals
at 0900 and ending on Friday at 1200.              •   Standard operating displays

Course T ype                                       •   Fault finding and diagnostics
This is an instructor led course. Approximately    •   Fault correction
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
                                                   Availability
exercises.
                                                   Scheduled and by arrangement.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to provide system
maintenance engineers with the knowledge to
perform system-wide troubleshooting tasks.
Student Profile
This training is targeted to System Maintenance
Engineers and Technicians

Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have attended the GB700 -
Advant MOD System Overview course.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
•   Identify Advant Station 500 hardware
    and peripherals
•   Identify controller hardware
•   Access standard operating displays
•   Operate a simulated process
•   Analyze and verify system integrity
    using diagnostic displays and
    indicators
•   Troubleshoot and clear system
    hardware faults
GB741 – Advant MOD Advanced Maintenance
Course Description




Course Duration                                    •   MTOS operating system
The duration is 4.5 days – beginning on Monday     Availability
at 0900 and ending on Friday at 1200.              By Arrangement.
Course Type
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to provide system
maintenance engineers with the knowledge to
perform total diagnostic system analysis for
system maintenance and restoration.

Student Profile
This training is targeted to System Maintenance
Engineers and Technicians responsible for system
administration.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have attended the Advant MOD
System Maintenance course and have prior
computer operating system experience.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Use the bug window to perform
    advanced system diagnostic functions
• Understand the MTOS operating
    system and use the debugging tools to
    obtain information about it
• Understand how MTOS data is stored
    within the UNIX operating system
Main Topics
•   Advanced system diagnostics
GB002 – Microsoft Windows 2000 for IndustrialIT
Course Description - NOTE: This course is run using Microsoft certified instructors.




Course Duration                                     •   Provide network access to file
                                                        resources
The duration is 5 days.
                                                    •   Monitor and optimize performance
Course Type                                         •   Implement security
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
                                                    •   Configure printers
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.                                          •   Configure and manage disks
                                                    •   Implement disaster protection
Course Goal
The course is intended to provide engineers with    •   Understand the ISO/OSI model and
the Microsoft Windows 2000 training necessary           TCP/IP
to support Process Portal - Operate IT Systems.     Availability
These requirements may also be satisfied by
attendance on Microsoft Training Courses 2151       Scheduled and By Arrangement
and 2152.
Student Profile
This training is primarily designed for System,
Process and Application Engineers who will be
                             I
engineering ABB Industrial T systems.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Knowledge of PC’s and the Windows operating
environment together with a basic knowledge of
TCP/IP networking principles is an essential pre-
requisite for this course.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
•   Install Windows 2000
•   Connect Windows 2000 based clients
    to networks
•   Create and manage user accounts
•   Manage access to resources using
    groups
•   Manage data using NTFS
GB150 Process Portal - Operate IT (B) Operation
Course Description




Course Duration                                       •   Use the operator keyboard and
                                                          pointing device
The duration of this course is 2.5 days, beginning
at 0900 on the first day.                             •   Explain and operate the different tag
                                                          types and faceplates
Course Type                                           •   Operate a process using all the
This is an instructor led course. Approximately           different types of display available
80% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
                                                      •   Use the ADS panel if appropriate
practical exercises.
                                                      •   Access and interpret at a basic level
Course Goal                                               the operator console status and
The goal of this course is to teach plant personnel       diagnostics functions
how to operate and use the functions of the           •   Print logs and use trends
Process Portal - Operate IT operator workstation.
                                                      Main Topics
Student Profile
                                                      •   System Overview and Concepts
The students will be process operators and
supervisors.                                          •   Login System
                                                      •   Window Management and Navigation
Prerequisites and Recommendations
                                                      •   Faceplates
Students should have a background in process
operations and be familiar with operating in a        •   Event Management and Event Page
Microsoft Windows environment.                            Operation
                                                      •   Trend Displays
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be      Availability
able to:                                              By Arrangement.
• Describe how data is exchanged
    between the controllers and operator
    console
• Describe the different types of
    operator interfaces – servers/clients
    etc.
•   Log on and log off from the system
•   Manipulate Windows
•   Explain the display structure and
    select a required display
GB160 ProduceIT Operations
Course Description




                                                      •   Batch displays
Course Duration
The duration of this course is 2 days, beginning at   Availability
0900 on the first day.                                By Arrangement.
Course Type
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
60% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
practical exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to teach plant personnel
how to operate and use the functions of ProduceIT.
Student Profile
The students will be process operators and
supervisors who will be using ProduceIT to load
and modify recipes.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Students should have attended the
Operate IT/Process Portal Operator Foundation
course.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
•   Load and start recipes
•   Track the progress of recipes
•   Modify recipes
Main Topics
•   Basic concept of S88
Batch overview
•   Loading and starting Recipes
•   Tracking Recipes
•   Modifying Recipes
GB380 – Process Portal – Operate IT (B) Engineering
Course Description




                                                      •   Configure and manage object browser
Course Duration
                                                          structure
The duration is 10 days – beginning on Monday at
0900 and ending at 1200 on Fridays.                   •   Create tag configuration, and
                                                          understand atom structure
Course Type                                           •   Construct Process graphics using the
This is an instructor led course. Approximately           Grafx editor and configure display
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and             vectors
exercises.                                            •   Recognize, analyze, and establish
Course Goal                                               Process Portal alarms along with
                                                          configuring event bars, event groups
The goal of this course is to teach plant personnel       and event pages
how to engineer and use the functions of a Process
Portal operator workstation.                          •   Configure Historian and Trends
                                                      •   Generate Process Portal reports using
Student Profile                                           Microsoft Excel
The student will typically be a System Engineer.
                                                      Main Topics
Prerequisites and Recommendations                     • Process Portal architecture, navigator,
The student must be experienced in the use of            object structure and life cycle
Microsoft Windows 2000. Essential pre-requisites
                                                      •   Graphics, reports and trends
for this course are either:
GB002 – “Windows 2000 for Process Portal” or:         •   System security
Microsoft 2151 and 2152 courses.                      •   Event     structure   and    alarm
                                                          management
Course Objectives                                     •   Tag importer and bulk configuration
Upon completion of this course, students will be          manager
able to:                                              •   Real Time Data Server (RTDS)
• Identify all of the major components
    of the Process Portal system                      Availability
• Create Process Portal User accounts                 Scheduled and By Arrangement.
    to establish new user accounts and
    account security
• Establish and administer a
    Configuration Server, Historian
    Server, and Real Time Data Server
GB390 ProduceIT Engineering
Course Description




Course Duration                                       •   Understand Operation and recipe state
                                                          logic
The duration of this course is 5 days, beginning at
0900 on the first day.                                •   Set up multiple operation unit recipes
                                                      •   Understand recipe state control
Course Type
This is an instructor led course. Approximately       Main Topics
60% of the time is used for hands-on labs and         •   Basic concept of S88
practical exercises.
                                                      •   Batch overview
Course Goal                                           •   RPD structure and use
The goal of the course is to provide engineers        •   Unit recipes
with the training necessary to configure ProduceIT.
                                                      •   Formulation Parameters
Student Profile                                       •   Parallel operations
The students will be System, Process and              •   Operation and recipe state logic
Application Engineers.
                                                      •   Multiple operation unit recipes
Prerequisites and Recommendations                     •   Recipe state control
The Operate IT/Process Portal Engineering course
is an essential requirement for this course.          Availability
Participants would also require a basic knowledge     By Arrangement.
of the sequence programs in the controller
appropriate to their system.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Understand S88 models and
    terminology
•   Navigate batch screen displays
•   Configure, and schedule RPD
    operations
•   Define and modify recipe parameters
•   Configure, schedule and run unit
    recipes
•   Define formulation parameters
•   Configure parallel operations
GB381 – Advanced SL-GMS Graphics
Course Description




Course Duration
The duration is 3 days – beginning at 0900 and
ending at 1600 on each day.
Course Type
This is an instructor led course. Approximately
50% of the time is used for hands-on labs and
exercises.
Course Goal
The goal of the course is to teach plant engineers
who are already familiar with using SL-GMS,
how to use some of the more advanced features
Student Profile
This training is designed for process, system and
application engineers.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
It is essential that attendees have some previous
experience of building graphics with SL-GMS.
Typical basic experience could have been gained
by attendance on an engineering course such as
Conductor NT or Process Portal/Operate IT
Engineering.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be
able to:
• Design and create complex process
    graphic displays using SL-GMS
 Main Topics
• Design and creation of graphic
   models and sub-models
Availability
By Arrangement or Wait List.
GB381 – Advanced SL-GMS Graphics
Course Description




Other courses are also available on legacy products or on general topics. Please contact the training centre
for details or a discussion on your training needs.


CONTACT LIST:

General Enquiries
training@gb.abb.com


Training Administration and Course Bookings:

Barbara Howard
Tel: +44 (0) 1952 228024
barbara.howard@gb.abb.com


Senior Instructor – Advant MOD Training:

Edwin Hill
Tel: +44 (0) 1952 228206
edwin.hill@gb.abb.com


Training Manager:

Jonathan Jowett
Tel: +44 (0) 1952 228204
jonathan.jowett@gb.abb.com

				
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