Intensive Boot Camp Technical Training Courses

Intensive, In-Depth Automation and Control Technical Training for Engineers and Technicians

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These courses are developed by industry experts and taught by world-class instructors. They feature hands-on lab exercises and challenging, highly condensed instruction that accelerates learning and skill refinement. You will earn CEUs and PDHs upon successful course completion. Select the courses from the list below that best meet your or your employees’ specific needs. 


Technician Training Boot Camps

ISA Process Automation Boot Camp For Non-Maintenance Personnel (PABC)

Who Should Attend:

  • Operations personnel
  • Automation engineers
  • Process control engineers
  • Process control equipment sales staff
  • Managers responsible for overseeing operations or maintenance

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ISA Technician Training Boot Camp (TTBC)

Who Should Attend:

  • Technicians with instrument maintenance responsibilities
  • Instrument supervisors
  • Maintenance and reliability engineers
  • Contract instrument maintenance personnel
  • Maintenance managers

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Tactics for Advanced Troubleshooting Boot Camp (TATC)

Who Should Attend:

  • Instrument technicians with maintenance responsibilities
  • Maintenance and reliability engineers
  • Process control engineers
  • Automation engineers
  • Supervisors needing general knowledge of troubleshooting techniques

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Extreme Instrumentality: Electrical to Instrumentation Cross Training Boot Camp (XTBC)

Who Should Attend:

  • Electricians assigned the additional responsibilities of instrument maintenance
  • Technicians with electrical skills cross training into the instrument discipline
  • Supervisors who need to audit and evaluate a cross training program for their employees
  • Individuals with less than four (4) years of instrument knowledge.

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Automation Engineering Survival Training Boot Camps

AutomationEngineering Survival Training (AEST)

Who Should Attend:

  • New automation, control system, or process control engineers
  • Recent process engineering and other engineering graduates
  • Seasoned engineers looking to refresh their process automation knowledge and skills
  • Individuals wanting to learn more about process automation

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Automation Engineering Survival Training: Integrator Version (AESTIV)

Who Should Attend:

  • New automation, control system, or process control engineers working for system integrators
  • Seasoned system integration engineers looking to refresh their process automation skills
  • Automation engineers wishing to move into a career as a system integrator

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