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Attend the Fieldbus Foundation Educational Seminar on May 24, 2011
Attend the complimentary educational seminar on May 24, 2011 in Carson, California.
The future growth of Foundation technology depends on continued education and training of developers, suppliers, end users and system integrators. Fieldbus Foundation, in cooperation with training centers around the world, has implemented a comprehensive program of fieldbus technology instruction.
End User Certified Training
As adoption of Foundation technology expands throughout the process industries, there is a corresponding need to train plant personnel on the use of this advanced control solution. Fieldbus Foundation-certified training, with centers located around the world, offers workshops that every end user should attend.
Device developers may require assistance in implementing Foundation technology in their instrumentation product line. That is why the Fieldbus Foundation established a complete developer training curriculum. Supplier personnel can help their end users' "Achieve Operational Excellence" by attending one of these informative courses.
The Fieldbus Foundation has expanded it global seminar program to meet the needs of end users, EPCs, system integrators and other members of the automation profession. Seminars are held in convenient locations near you.
The James O. Gray - Fieldbus Foundation Scholarship Fund honors Jim Gray, a leader in the development of today's industry standard Foundation protocol. Contributors to the scholarship can help ensure the availability of skilled instrumentation personnel to fill tomorrow's workforce.
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