ISA Offers Spring Educational Opportunities

Source: www.controlglobal.com

By Nancy Bartels

Jan 29, 2015

ISA’s spring technical education calendar includes its popular Automation Boot Camps and the 2015 Power Industry Division Symposium (POWID). The boot camps will all be held in the Denver area throughout March, and the POWID Symposium will take place at the Kansas City Marriott in Kansas City, Mo.

March 2-6 are the dates for the ISA Technician Training Boot Camp; March 9-13 is the time slot for the Automation Engineer Survival Training Boot Camp. March 16-20 and 23-26 are Parts 1 and 2 of the Safety Instrumented Systems Boot Camps, and March 30-31 the Cybersecurity Training Boot Camp.

Details about registration, costs, housing and the curricula are here

The POWID 2015 Symposium will take place June 7-11 at the Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City Marriott hotel. The meeting will provide those in the power generation industry with information on the latest innovations in controls, instrumentation, cybersecurity, SmartGrid, regulatory issues and variable energy technologies which impact the power generation delivery systems.

Each year this international conference, the largest single event of its type, brings together industry professionals in the power generation field with a primary focus on instrumentation and controls. Conference leaders say they expect over 50 technical papers/presentations during sessions with fossil, nuclear and renewables foci, presented over a three-day period. Additional schedule items include keynote messages from industry leaders, ISA and industry training sessions, EPRI I&C Interest Group meeting, ISA I&C Standards working group meetings, Honors and Awards Banquet and vendor exhibits by key suppliers. There will also be an opening night reception. For more information, click here.

   

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