ID No. 0000062726: Diploma in Instrumentation and Industrial Automation with TÜV Rheinland Certified Qualification

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Certification Program Title:Diploma in Instrumentation and Industrial Automation with TÜV Rheinland Certified Qualification
Admission Requirements:
  • Master of  Science in Mathematics, Physics, or Chemistry
  • Master of Engineering / Master of Technology in Electrical, Electronics or Instrumentation.
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Physics, or Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Technology in Electrical, Electronics or Instrumentation.

Successful participation in the SIIT training course „ Diploma in Instrumentation and Industrial Automation“ recognized by the TÜV Rheinland Personnel Certification Body. Admission to the exam is granted upon a minimum attendance of 80% of the total 240 hrs. teaching units.

Examination Components:
  • Written exam (open questions)
  • Practical exam
Required Competencies:

In the examination participants prove their knowledge in the following areas:

  • Instrumentation control systems
  • The necessity of calibration and calibration standards
  • Control valves and solenoid valves
  • Major Process Variables
  • Controller and control engineering
  • Project Management
  • PLC Programming
  • SCADA
  • AC Drives
  • VFD

Successful candidates are in a position to

  • Understand Instrumentation terms, Concepts, Diagrams, and Symbols.
  • Apply knowledge in pressure, temperature, flow, and level measuring techniques   and various associate transducers and transmitters.
  • Develop programs for the PLC and SCADA systems include in the design to satisfy the user requirements.
  • Identify the different types of Control valves commonly in use and understand the relative advantage of each.
  • Perform site inspection and coordinate with the customer on site.
  • Provide solution automation problems for manufacturing and process industries.
  • Perform trouble shooting and maintenance on instrument systems.
Cooperation Partner:School of Information and Instrumentation Technology
Currently implemented in:India