Certificate in Process Instrumentation and Control Part 1
|Course code: SECT H3015||
Entry Route into programme:
|Duration: 12 weeks|
|NFQ level: 7|
|Method of application: ITB|
|Schedule: Wednesday 6.00pm – 10.00pm (Semester 1)|
|Award title: Certificate in Process Instrumentation and Control Part 1|
|Credits for Full Award: 5 @ NFQ Level 7|
|Awarding Body: ITB|
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Minimum Entry Requirements
Applicants should hold a national craft certificate in an electrical, instrumentation or mechanical trade or hold a minimum of a higher certificate in an engineering discipline. Basic computing skills will be necessary.
Modern process and manufacturing industries rely on accurate measurement and control of process parameters to ensure products of a very high quality can be produced safely and efficiently.
Technicians working in the process industries are involved in the configuration,
installation, calibration and maintenance of measurement and control systems. This
course is designed to give students the introductory skills and knowledge required
to operate in such environments.
• Units and Standards
• Pressure Measurement and Calibration
• Level Measurement and Calibration
• Flow Measurement and Calibration
• Temperature Measurement and Calibration
• Process Control and Loop Tuning
There is a strong practical element throughout the course and students will back up their theoretical learning with practical lab work using modern state of the art equipment.
Assessment will consist of a final written
exam and continuous assessment of
laboratory work throughout the course. Each component will be worth 50% of the
overall marks available.
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