Course of the week | Instrumentation and Control
INSTRUMENTATION and CONTROL
This training course has been developed by OakCAD/NCT to meet the growing need for technician engineers to update or upgrade their knowledge and skills in instrumentation and control.
Instrumentation and Control is a unit from our new Certificate in Engineering Maintenance. The units and the complete qualification are certificated by EAL, as a Certificate of Verified Achievement, and have achieved the Quality Award from unionlearn.
EAL (Excellence, Achievement & Learning Limited) is a major UK engineering awarding body and the unionlearn Quality Award is developmental and aims to support providers to reach the highest possible standards of working with the unions.
The course can be provided as a tutor lead delivered course, as a distance learning course or flexibly, combining both methods.
The course content has been developed in consultation with several of our large pharmaceutical and manufacturing clients and delivered as a tutor lead course since 1997.
This course is in modular form. Each module consists of:
- Course notes
- Worked examples
- Trainee self assessments 4 Module assessments
Each module is individually assessed.
On completion of all modules, there is an end of course and practical assessment.
This course has been set at a level equivalent to Level 3. It will take you approximately 60 hours of self-study time or 30 hours of delivered time.
REQUIREMENTS for Instrumentation and Control
To undertake this course, you should have good basic engineering and mathematical knowledge and preferably experience in instrumentation and control. OakCAD/NCT is able to advise you as to whether you have the necessary background knowledge and experience to undertake this course.
Although written for the pharmaceutical industry, it is also appropriate for the Petro- chemical industry, Food Manufacture or any industry using automatic production lines and processes.
With tutor support, EAL registration and end of course assessment – £470.00