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Basic Training on Instrumentation, Control & Telecom Engineering for Oil & Gas

The objective of this training is to impart basic concepts, understand industry requirements to the prospective engineers on Instrumentation design and engineering of process plants. The course will be focused to provide industrial exposure to the candidates so that they can be easily absorbed by the industries, EPC contractors and consultants. It’s a basic level course for familiarization of Engineering Industry to new fresh graduates and entry level professionals.

“IF YOU ARE LOOKING AT PARTICIPATION JUST FOR CERTIFICATE, PLEASE DO NOT APPLY AND WASTE OTHERS OPPORTUNITIES.”

Instead of normal registration to training, we are looking for serious interested individuals to apply for the training and we will randomly select 90 to 95 individuals like lottery system. iFluids reserves the right for selection of the participants strictly on its own merit and basis.

Selection will be preferably done who are freshers, college final year students relevant to Instrumentation or related streams of engineering
Price: FREE
Duration: 5 Sessions over 5 days
Language: English
Date: Starts on August 08, 2020
Time: 11 AM (Indian Standard Time)
Only 90 participants allowed
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Training Structure

  • Training Application -> Selection -> Welcome Email / Regret Email à Sharing Instructions, Reading Material, Pre-Training Assessment, Telegram Group (for any instructions) -> Session 1 -> Assessment 1 email -> Mid-Week 1 Live Q&A on Wednesdays ->  Session 2 -> Assessment 2 email -> Mid-Week 2 Live Q&A on Wednesdays ->  Session 3 -> Assessment 3 email -> Mid-Week 3 Live Q&A on Wednesdays ->  Session 4 -> Assessment 4 email -> Mid-Week 4 Live Q&A on Wednesdays ->  Session 5 -> Assessment 5 email -> Mid-Week 5 Live Q&A and Certificate Give away

What you will learn

  • Overview of Industry
  • Industry Career Tracks
  • Role of Instrumentation Engineer in Engineering Design
  • Understanding Client requirements
  • Relevant Codes & Standards
  • Basic Design requirement
  • Selection of Instruments
  • Vendor's details and specification for all
  • Preparing Instrumentation Deliverables
  • What is
    • Project Specifications
    • Instrument Index
    • Instrument I/O List
    • Hook-Up Drawing
    • Instrument Location Layout
    • Instrument Data Sheets.
    • Instrument Wiring Layout
    • JB Layout, Cable Tray Layout
    • Cable Schedule
    • Logic Diagrams
    • Loop Drawing
    • Drafting/Modelling
    • Control System
    • Telecom

Training Features

  o Job Oriented Training Program based on current Industry Demand
  o Training Material
  o Sample technical Drawing, documents
  o Learn from Experienced engineers from the Industry.
  o Resources to prepare for Interview and CV
  o Effective use of Internet, LinkedIn for knowledge and networking
  o Bonus (will be given at the final session)

Target Audience

1. BE/B.Tech in EEE/ECE/Instrumentation/Chemical Engineering
2. Students appearing in Final year

Pre-Survey

Participants are asked to take the pre-exam, which includes questions related to the subject matter areas. Answers will be provided for students to assess their knowledge, prior to beginning the training

Session Details

SESSION 1

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview of an Engineering Organization
  3. Multi-Discipline Engineers & Engineering
  4. Role of Instrumentation Engineer
  5. Career Opportunities
  6. Weekly Assignment

SESSION 2

  1. Engineering Design overview
  2. Feasibility and Conceptual Study
  3. Basic Engineering
  4. FEED engineering
  5. Detailed Engineering
  6. As-Built Drawing
  7. Weekly Assignment

SESSION 3

  1. List of Deliverables (Part-1)
  2. Preparation of Deliverables
  3. Reference Deliverables overview
  4. Instruments Design Software’s overview
  5. Weekly Assignment

SESSION 4

  1. List of Deliverables (Part-2)
  2. Preparation of Deliverables
  3. Weekly Assignment

SESSION 5

  1. Process Parameters overview
  2. Type of Instruments
  3. Final Assignment

You will be able to

1. At beginner level to design, develop, and interpret the documents for instruments, control, and telecom systems for a typical project
2. Reading P&IDs, understanding specifications, prepare documentation at beginner level
3. Understand and Interpret the information available on engineering documentation
4. Able to interact and discuss with other discipline engineers
5. Apply ISA standards for symbols and terminology to documentation
6. Apply the knowledge to prepare Instrumentation engineering documentations

Course Materials

1. Course note-set with slides from training session
2. Pre-Reading Material
3. Post Reading Materials
4. Instrumentation Symbols and Identification
5. Surprise Bonus Giveaways

Instructors

Prabhakharan A 
– Sr. Instrumentation & Control Engineer
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Vineeth 
– Sr. Instrumentation & Control Engineer
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John Kingsley 
– Lead Instrumentation & Control Engineer/Business Development
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CLOSED

Maximum Participants: 90 ON ZOOM 
First Come First Serve 
• Overview of Industry
• Industry Career Tracks
• Role of Instrumentation Engineer in Engineering Design
• Understanding Client requirements
• Relevant Codes & Standards
• Basic Design requirement
• Selection of Instruments
• Vendor's details and specification for all
• Preparing Instrumentation Deliverables
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