New Industrial Training for Industrial Control -- PID Control and HMI to PLC

Combination of Seminars Equips Participants with Industrial Control & Troubleshooting Skills. A two day Hands-On Seminar on troubleshooting AB Panelview to PLC followed by a two day Hands-On Seminar for PID control diagnosis and tuning.

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) February 21, 2006 -- Business Industrial Network (BIN) released its 2006 Training Schedule and highlighted two new 'Phase II' level hands-on industrial training seminars. The two new industrial training services will be delivered as a complement to BIN's PLC Troubleshooting training they have offered for the last 10 years. As rising energy costs continue to impact manufacturers worldwide, these hands-on seminars will focus on industry best-practices for optimizing PLC performance and maximizing plant profitability.

HMI to PLC and Practical Process Control Seminars apply a highly interactive and hands-on approach to teaching industry best-practices. Led by skilled instructors with valuable industry experience, the workshops focus on the real-world application of proven techniques for improving control. BIN's HMI to PLC seminar will provide a foundation in troubleshooting and editing the AB Panelview and understanding how it interacts with the PLC. Practical Process Control will then examine issues related to PID control that are beyond the PLC and associated with overall loop performance and tuning PID controllers. This will be accomplished utilizing BIN's new training partner, Control Station Inc. Control Station Inc. provides training software that simplifies an otherwise complicated subject of PID Control.

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"We're pleased to host Control Station Inc. and offer the Practical Process Control seminar to our existing customer base", stated Don Fitchett, President of BIN. "Training is critical to maintaining a sustainable competitive advantage. Our customers have been asking for PID control training for some time now and, with our seminar partner Control Station Inc., we can now offer a simplified training solution."

"The link between training and competitiveness is clear - Companies that invest in the training of their staff consistently outperform the competition," commented Doug Cooper, Control Station's Founder and Lead Instructor. "By equipping employees with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed decisions, we are empowering them to optimize the means of production. BIN shares that perspective and applies a similar hands-on approach, assuring a high-impact, high-value learning experience."

Set for March and June 2006, the workshops will be hosted at BIN's headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri. In order to maximize the value of each hands-on workshop, participation will be limited to the first fifteen registrants. Additional details including curriculum and pricing are available through Control Station and Business Industrial Network.

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About Business Industrial Network Business Industrial Network's (BIN) core business is delivering world class onsite engineering and maintenance training, specializing in Allen Bradley equipment. With over 150 facilities for local training, BIN95 delivers off-site maintenance training in major cities across the United States. Working closely with ITI, BIN offers a comprehensive suite of maintenance, management, mechanical and electrical training services.
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About Control Station, Inc.

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Control Station, Inc. is a leading provider of automatic process control solutions, including easy-to-use software technologies, practical training services, and structured methods. The Company's LOOP-PRO Product Suite offers robust and easy-to-use software tools, making for fast solutions and optimal process performance. Practical Process Control is Control Station's portfolio of hands-on training workshops. Control Station provides process control solutions to leading companies.

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