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Filling the knowledge gap

03 August, 2011

Graham Moss from the IICA discusses the problems of knowledge drain in the instrumentation and automation profession and how training can help.


Swagelok Company announces process analyser sampling system training to be held in Australia

04 April, 2011

Swagelok Company has announced process analyser sampling system training to be held in Australia in June.


Profibus Association to conduct new Control System Design course

16 March, 2011

Andy Verwer is to deliver a new training course, Profibus Control System Design, in Sydney on 30 May. It is the first time this course is being offered publically in Australia.


Surge in demand for Profibus training

15 February, 2011

The Profibus Association of Australia (PAA) has responded proactively to an expected spike in demand for certified Profibus training by scheduling a new series of courses in May and November 2011 to be conducted by leading international Profibus trainer Andy Verwer.


SEW-Eurodrive introduces drive training for 2011

11 February, 2011

SEW-Eurodrive has released an updated 2011 calendar for its nationwide motor and drive technology training program, known as DriveAcademy.


Schneider Electric selects future ‘green’ leaders

21 September, 2010

Schneider Electric has selected 10 engineering graduates to enter into its two-year graduate training program.


Schneider Electric opens new process control lab at the University of Sydney

21 July, 2010

Schneider Electric has announced the opening of the Schneider Electric Process Control Laboratory at the University of Sydney.


Pump technology training program

13 July, 2010

The Pump Technology Training Program is a Level 1 training course being conducted by Australian Industrial Marketing (AIM) in Brisbane on 10 and 11 August 2010.


ABB opens technology centre at University of Sydney

28 April, 2010

ABB and the University of Sydney’s School of Electrical and Information Engineering have officially opened the ABB Technology Centre at the university campus.


'Hydraulics 1.0' training

03 December, 2009

This is an extract from ‘Hydraulics 1.0’ training by Custom Fluidpower registered training organisation (RTO).


The seven habits of highly successful control engineers

14 September, 2009 by George Buckbee*

Highly successful control engineers didn’t become that way by accident. The most successful engineers develop habits that improve results and the recognition of those results.


Top-of-the-line control training for engineering students

14 September, 2009

Honeywell and Danfoss have provided technology to help engineering students learn plant control.


Schneider Electric launches Energy University

22 June, 2009

Schneider Electric has announced the debut of Energy University, a vendor-neutral, online educational community that provides the fundamentals needed to implement successful energy-efficient solutions.


70-year-old engineer attends online classes

14 April, 2009

Edwin Wakefield, a 70-year-old South African engineer, has just successfully completed a three-month, part-time course in PLCs and SCADA Systems, offered by IDC Technologies.


Splined shafts and bushings

07 April, 2009 by

The 3000 series Metric Splined Shafts and Bushings are designed for applications in the mechanical engineering sector and the automotive industry.


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