Become an ISA Instructor
Are you interested in becoming a member of ISA's distinguished adjunct teaching faculty?
ISA offers hundreds of training programs each year at company sites and regional locations around the world. Below is a list of some of the course for which we are currently recruiting additional subject matter experts.
If you are an expert interested in instructing one or more of these courses for ISA, please email Lisa Green your resume, three (3) references, and the courses you'd like to teach.
General Instructor Qualifications
Ten (10) years active related industry experience in the course subject matter.
One (1) year (or equivalent) experience teaching adults
Ability to use a variety of training aids and instructional methods and to function in a hands-on adult learning environment
Ability to relate subject matter to students work experience
CCST and/or CAP certification preferred, but not required
ISA Membership preferred, but not required
To qualify as an instructor for courses marked with "*" you must be an active and voting member of the related standards committee.
NFPA Expert Knowledge & Involvement (for related course content, if applicable)
Certification & Licensure Courses:
Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST) Level III Exam Review Course (TS03)
Certified Automation Professional (CAP) Exam Review Course (EC00)
Control Systems Engineering PE Exam Review Course (EN00)
Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST) Level I Review Course (TS00)
Data Communications & Networking Courses:
Security Engineering for Industrial Automation Systems* (IC32)
Industrial Data Communications Systems (TS06)
Industrial Networking & Security (TS12)
Advanced Industrial CyberSecurity (TS13)
IT Survival Basics for I&C Personnel (TS14)
Instrumentation & Control Courses:
Introduction to Building Automation Systems (EA15)
Industrial Pressure, Level and Density Measurement Engineering (EI05)
Industrial Flow Measurement Engineering (EI10)
Sizing, Selecting and Applying Process Control Valves (EI30)
Introduction to Industrial Automation and Control (FG07)
Understanding and Applying Motor Controls and Drives (SP15)
Understanding and Tuning Control Loops (TC05)
Troubleshooting Instrumentation and Control Systems (TC10)
Understanding Electrical Systems (TI15)
Industrial Electronics (TI20)
Grounding and Noise Considerations for Control Equipment and Computers (TI21)
Installing, Calibrating and Maintaining Electronic Instruments (TI25)
Advanced Operation of Digital (Smart) Transmitters and Digital Valve Controllers (TS16)
Safety Instrumented Systems - Design, Analysis, and Justification* (EC50)
Advanced Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Selection (EC52)
Advanced Design and SIL Verification (EC54)
Understanding and Applying Instrumentation in Hazardous (Classified) Locations* (ES10)
Boiler Control Systems Engineering (ES15)
Burner Management Systems Engineering (ES16)
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