Wednesday 24 April 2013

Automation boot camp training!

ISA introduces ISA Technical Training Camp, an in-depth combination of technician, automation engineering and safety courses to be taught during June 2013 in Texas, USA.

To meet the automation and control community’s needs for comprehensive technical training in a highly condensed format, the International Society of Automation (ISA) announces it will conduct three knowledge-intensive training programs in Houston, (TX USA) over four consecutive weeks in June 2013.
ISA Technical Training Camp students enjoy:

•  Discounted pricing. Save 5 percent on any Technical Training Camp package when you register with promo code “13HTTCPR” by 15 May 2013
• Direct access to and interaction with ISA’s subject matter experts and instructors 

• The opportunity to take an ISA84 SIS Certificate exam. Qualified applicants can choose to sit for one of the ISA84 SIS Certificate programs on Friday, 28 June 2013 
• Pre-arranged local plant tours, which demonstrate how the instruction and skills taught are being applied in actual work environments
• Complimentary ISA technical publication libraries (varies per course)
• After-class networking events to encourage discussions among students and instructors, and facilitate personal and professional development
Sponsored by the ISA Houston Section, this three-part training event, ISA Technical Training Camp—Houston, represents the first time ISA has offered its newest in-depth training events—Technician Training Boot Camp, Automation Engineering Survival Training, and Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) Boot Camp—all in one location.

This Training Camp comprises three rigorous, value-packed training events:

“ISA Technical Training Camp provides a very unique opportunity to take one or more of ISA’s most comprehensive, world-class training events at one location over a short time period, and at a reduced rate for those attending more than one,” says Dalton Wilson, ISA’s manager of Education Services. “As a result, students have the ability to learn and master skills more quickly while saving time and expenses.”

Class size is limited, and registrations will be filled on a first-come-first-served basis

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