Through our on-site traditional services, we provide customers a Certified Instructor, courseware literature and all hardware associated with supporting hands-on workshops. On-site training courses are sponsored by Caltrol and can be held on your site as well as at any one of Caltrol’s or Emerson’s North America Training Centers.
Virtual Classroom delivers real-time value-based, Instructor Led Training to your desktops with full access to software systems. Students connect directly to classroom-based machines for the entire course. There is no travel required which means fewer expenses and the ultimate in social distancing. The class takes place in a live online training room using a teleconference bridge.
e-Learning is self-paced and can be a great way to get the basics at a very reasonable cost. We have invested heavily to insure the latest software and learning techniques are emphasized. Our library of offerings in this area is continually growing.
This introductory course is for valve mechanics, maintenance personnel, instrument technicians, and others who are responsible for maintaining control valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation. This 3-day course explains how valves and actuators function and how they are installed and calibrated. It emphasizes installation, troubleshooting, parts replacement, and calibration of control valves, actuators, and digital valve controllers
AMS Device Manager – 7020
In-Class Only currently
Completing 3-days of AMS Device Manager hands-on instructor assisted training modules and exercises, provides the quickest route to your productive use of this predictive maintenance application.
DeltaV Operate Implementation I - Introduction 7009
This course is designed for process & process control engineers responsible for obtaining key production data, maintaining, configuring and troubleshooting a DeltaV system. During the 4-1/2 day course, the student will be able to define system capabilities, define nodes, configure continuous and sequential control strategies, create process alarms, operate the system, troubleshoot the system and modify operator displays.
Fisher Control Valve Engineering - Introduction - 1300
This course is for engineers, technicians and others responsible for the selection, sizing, and application of control valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation. This 3-day course reviews design and operating principles of control valves, actuators, positioners and related accessories. It describes the sizing and selection methods for a broad variety of control valves assemblies.
Fisher Control Valve & Instrument Troubleshooting - Introduction - 1450
In-Class Only currently
This 3-day course uses a very hands-on approach for troubleshooting and correcting many common control valve problems. The class will be introduced to the practice of basic valve sizing and selection. Valve problems such as cavitation, flashing, and aerodynamic noise are also discussed as well as common solutions to these problems using different control valve trims and materials.