• Training Partners

    In addition to its onsite and computer learning courses, ISA partners with other organizations to bring our technical training to professionals and students around the globe. Training Partners


    aeSolutions™ a supplier of performance-based process safety engineering and automation solutions, markets and delivers select ISA safety, cybersecurity and alarm management courses. To view the upcoming course schedule click here.

    Engineering Institute of Technology

    Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) is a provider of outstanding practical engineering and technology education via synchronous, online (e-learning) technologies. To view e-learning course offerings from EIT click here or email: maria.davidson@idc-online.com.

    IDC Partner Training

    For more information on an array of technical-related training topics presented by IDC Technologies with special discounts for ISA members, click here.

    Global Training

    ISA has licensed select organizations around the world to offer the same training curricula that are available though ISA. To ensure that the instructors and laboratory facilities meet the exacting standards of ISA, each organization was carefully qualified. ISA is proud to offer this expanded opportunity for industry professionals to travel the path to success.


    ISA College Collaboration Program

    ISA invites community colleges and other institutions of higher learning to take part in a collaborative partnership that will provide local-area students with access to ISA's hands-on, technical training on their campuses.

    Through this collaboration:

    • The college will be able to expand its automation and control related continuing education offerings
    • Current and future automation professionals will be able to attend ISA's technical training courses at a location that is convenient and cost effective for their companies and themselves (i.e. reduced travel costs)
    • Flexible course offerings and hands-on learning opportunities will be available to prepare students and interested individuals for careers in automation and control
    • ISA will qualify local instructors with relevant and relatable real-world experience to lead the courses
    • The college will be able to schedule the courses to meet the specific needs of students in the local area
    • Business-education partnership needs can be met through programs designed around the latest technology, specifically for local industry, from the beginner through the experienced automation engineer or technician


    General Program Guidelines

    ISA will provide:

    • Contact to work with college to develop a feasible curriculum solution
    • Maintenance and update of all ISA course content and related resources
    • Evaluation and approval of qualified instructors (candidates to be submitted by college)
    • Applicable course descriptions for college to use in promotion of program
    • Review and approval of all marketing materials submitted by college
    • Printing/shipment of all student and instructor supporting course materials
    • Equipment and lab facility inspections prior to and throughout program


    College will provide:

    • One point-of-contact to work with ISA to implement feasible curriculum solution
    • Suitable classroom facilities for hosting an ISA hands-on laboratory environment
    • Confirmed schedule of classes to ISA for each open enrollment course conducted at least six weeks in advance of course start
    • Recruitment of instructor candidates to be reviewed/approved by ISA
    • Promotion of ISA training course schedule through regular marketing outlets
    • Proofs of related marketing materials for review prior to promotion
    • Delivery of all courses using ISA portable lab equipment and printed materials
    • Registration and collection of all student course fees
    • Student course completion records to ISA for CEU record keeping


    Start Collaborating!

    For more information on how your educational institution can work with ISA to offer its courses as part of your technical training curriculum, please contact Matthew Rothkopf at +1 919-990-9403 or mrothkopf@isa.org.

    Current College Collaborations