The New Certified PROFIBUS System Design Course comes to Johannesburg
|NEW! Certified PROFIBUS System Design Course|
25 to 28 July 2016
|PROFIBUS Installers are certified, the devices are certified, but what about the system design itself? |
Join us on this 3½-day course covering the Certified PROFIBUS Installer and optimal design of PROFIBUS automation and control systems.
Run by Verwer Training and Consultancy Ltd and hosted by IDX
IDX, who operate the PROFIBUS Competence in South Africa, will be hosting the brand new PROFIBUS System Design Course presented by Andy Verwer from Verwer Training and Consultancy Ltd in the UK. It is your chance to be amongst the first in the world to earn this PROFIBUS International accredited certification during his short visit to South Africa.
|Who is this Course for? |
This course is aimed at anyone who is dealing with the design, specification or procurement of modern automation and control systems at the engineering or technical level. The course is also suitable for device manufacturers, system integrators and technical sales/marketing people who want to know the best way to put systems together.
The Certified PROFIBUS Installer certification is a prerequisite and will be included in this course and can be considered as a refresher for those who have already obtained the certification.
IDX Offices, 1 Weaver Street, Fourways, South Africa
Presented by Andy Verwer from Training and Consultancy Ltd in the UK, the course provides a top-down approach to designing a modern automation and control system and helps managers and designers to make the correct decisions from the project beginning. The course is applicable to all sectors of industry from factory automation to process control. Examples and case-studies used on the course are from a wide range of industries including manufacturing, process plant water-treatment, materials handling and automated part sorting storage and retrieval. One of the aims of the course is to cover the design of modern control systems that are maintainable and which minimise the impact of control system and network failures which will inevitably occur during the life time of the plant. The aim is to minimise the footprint of failures in terms of restricting the extent of the effects of failures and also the time to locate and repair faults. The course also covers the use of some of the latest and most important developments to appear on the market, including new devices which provide permanent monitoring of networks and notification in the case of degradation or failure. More on the course content: