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Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)

Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Training Course

Connecting and programming (Siemens PLC-S7-1200 ) by using a program Siemens TIA portal V13

Course contents:

1- PLC S7-1200 hardware introduction

TIA portal V13 installation, TIA portal V13 introduction, PLC communication using Ethernet, Siemens PLC programming functions: NO/NC / Set/Reset / RS flip flop, Internal relays.

2- Timers (on delay, off delay)

examples, Move, Jump, Jump not, Logical gates.

3- Counters (up, down, up-down)

Mathematical functions (add, sub ,div, mult), Comparison functions (>,<,>=,<=,=,<>), examples, Shift left word, Shift right word, Rotate left word, Rotate right word.

4- Analog signals, Load/transfer, Subroutines.

5- practical training

6- Exam 

Course Duration: 10 Hours 

QA/QC INSTRUMENTATION

Quality management is the process of controlling, ensuring, and improving quality; both in business operations and productivity. If customers are satisfied, chances are they feel they are receiving high-quality products that are constantly improved upon in order to keep up with the ever-changing times. The Certification Asia Accredited quality courses are designed to help equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to enhance your quality management processes and the impact you have within your organization. Each course is delivered by highly qualified tutors who are practitioners in the field and bring their own practical experiences and wealth of knowledge into the classroom.

  • Introduction
  • Training Objective
  • Scope
  • Philosophy & Objective
  • Quality System Design
  • QA QC Planning
  • Level Responsibilities (Project & Corporate).
  • Instrumentation Quality System Policy
  • QA QC Engineer Roles and Responsibilities
  • Instrumentation QC General Requirements
  • Instrumentation QC Plan
  • Instrumentation QC Inspection and Test Plan
  • Measurement (Certain field parameters )
  • Codes and Standard Review
  • Review of Contract Drawings
  • General Considerations
  • Functions of Instruments (Flow, Temperature, Level, Pressure, Density and Safety)
  • QC Inspection Procedure
  • Instrumentation Testing and Calibration
  • Instrumentation Documents and Records
QA/QC DOCUMENT CONTROL

Quality management is the process of controlling, ensuring, and improving quality; both in business operations and productivity. If customers are satisfied, chances are they feel they are receiving high-quality products that are constantly improved upon in order to keep up with the ever-changing times. The Certification Asia Accredited quality courses are designed to help equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to enhance your quality management processes and the impact you have within your organization. Each course is delivered by highly qualified tutors who are practitioners in the field and bring their own practical experiences and wealth of knowledge into the classroom.

  • Introduction
  • Learning Objectives
  • Definitions
  • Control of Documents (QMS)
  • Control of Records (QMS)
  • Document Control Management System
  • System of Documentation
  • Documentation Consistency & Reference
  • Information management System
  • Record management Life Cycle
  • Common Problems in Documentation
  • Electronic Record Management System
  • Collect Data
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Electronic Data
  • Conclusion
QA/QC ELECTRICAL

Quality management is the process of controlling, ensuring, and improving quality; both in business operations and productivity. If customers are satisfied, chances are they feel they are receiving high-quality products that are constantly improved upon in order to keep up with the ever-changing times. The Certification Asia Accredited quality courses are designed to help equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to enhance your quality management processes and the impact you have within your organization. Each course is delivered by highly qualified tutors who are practitioners in the field and bring their own practical experiences and wealth of knowledge into the classroom.

  • Introduction
  • Training Objective
  • Scope
  • Philosophy & Objective
  • Quality System Design
  • QA QC Planning
  • Level Responsibilities (Project & Corporate)
  • Electrical Quality System Policy
  • QA QC Engineer Roles and Responsibilities
  • Electrical QC General Requirements
  • Electrical QC Plan
  • Electrical QC Inspection and Test Plan
  • Applicable Codes and Specifications
  • Electrical Contract Review
  • Power Distribution Review
  • Lighting System Review
  • Communication and Data Processing
  • Life Safety and Security Systems
  • Grounding Systems
  • Electrical System Technical Specification
  • Procurement & Expediting
  • Tool, Equipment & Calibration Testing
  • Electrical Construction Management
  • Inspection and Testing Procedure
  • Electrical QA QC Documents & Records
QA/QC CIVIL

Quality management is the process of controlling, ensuring, and improving quality; both in business operations and productivity. If customers are satisfied, chances are they feel they are receiving high-quality products that are constantly improved upon in order to keep up with the ever-changing times. The Certification Asia Accredited quality courses are designed to help equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to enhance your quality management processes and the impact you have within your organization. Each course is delivered by highly qualified tutors who are practitioners in the field and bring their own practical experiences and wealth of knowledge into the classroom.

  • General Quality Assurance and Quality Control Policy
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control Manager’s Responsibilities
  • Site Procedures
  • Inspection And Testing
  • Quality Control – Civil
  • Inspection Plan
  • Material Procurement and Storage
  • Procurement Process
  • Civil Materials Storage and Quality Control Plan
  • Concrete Mixing and Testing
  • Layout of the works
  • Works by subcontractors
  • Reinforcing steel
  • CIVIL QC Records
  • CIVIL QC Reports
  • QA QC Meetings
Basic Electrical and Electronics

Basic Electrical and Electronics possess all the fundamental topics of electrical and electronics. It is a very useful software designed to study the fundamentals and applications of electricity, electronics: analog and digital, circuit analysis, network analysis, electromagnetism and electronic instruments. This software is useful for education of anyone that possesses an interest in the intriguing fields of electricity and electronics including professor, engineer, electrician, technician or a student.

Product Features

  • Basic Concepts:    Atom, Charge, Introduction to Electricity, DC and AC Sources of Electricity, Electronic Components       
  • Series and Parallel Circuits   
  • Voltage Divider and Current Divider Circuit
  • Circuit Analysis: Ohm`s Law, Kirchhoff’s Law, Loop and Mesh Analysis, Star and Delta Network   
  • Network Theorems: Thevenin�s, Norton`s, Superposition, Maximum Power Transfer, Millman`s, Reciprocity   
  • Magnetism           
  • Electromagnetism           
  • Alternating Current Circuits               
  • Transformer           
  • Rectifier           
  • Filter           
  • Three Phase Circuits           
  • Electrical Machines: DC Machine, Ac Machine   
  • Semiconductor Devices: Diode, BJT, FET, Operational Amplifier, Power Amplifier, Thyristor Family   
  • Measuring Instruments: Oscilloscope, Multimeter       
  • Digital Electronics       
  • Number Systems   
  • Codes   
  • Complements
  • Boolean Algebra   
  • Logic Gates   
  • Arithmetic Circuits: Adder, Subtractor
  • Combinational Circuits: Multiplexer, Demultiplexer, Encoder, Decoder
  • Sequential Circuits (Flip-Flops): S-R Flip-Flop, D Flip-Flop, J-K Flip-Flop, T Flip-Flop
  • Registers and Counters   
QA/QC Mechanical, Piping
  • ality assurance programme
  • Manual control
  • QA/QC procedures
  • QA general procedures
  • QA/QC functional procedures
  • Quality control
  • Visual inspection of structural steel and piping
  • Non – Destructive Examination (NDE)
  • Leak testing / hydrostatic testing
  • Pre-Inspection Meeting
  • Inspection of Raw materials
  • NDT / Destructive testing involved in raw material Inspection
  • Material Certificate Control
  • Review of Drawing Review of Procedures & Operator
  • Qualification for Welding and NDT
  • Fit up inspection of spools
  • Monitoring of Welds
  • Visual Inspection of finished welds
  • Identification of spools
  • Post Weld Heat Treatment
  • Hardness Test
  • Non Destructive Inspection of welds
  • Surface Preparation and painting of spools
  • Inspection at erection (Fit up, welding, PWHT, NDT etc.)
  • Pressure Test
  • Coating Inspection
  • In-Service Inspection
QA/QC Mechanical, Welding
  • Overview of Objectives
  • Program Requirements
  • Overview Welding
  • Welding History
  • Welding Processes
  • Structure Of QC/QA Organization
  • Responsibilities And Authorities
  • Submittals
  • Control of Quality Records
  • Quality System Processes
  • Project & Client Documents Review
  • Key Definitions & Terms
  • Drawing Review & Weld Symbols
  • Shop Welding & Field Welding
  • Welding Joints Inspection Tools
  • Welding Procedure Specification (WPS)
  • Material Specifications
  • Non Destructive Test (NDT)
  • Hands-on Weld Inspection
  • Inspection & Test Plan
  • Welding QA QC Responsibilities
  • Documentation Requirements
  • Document Submissions
  • Assessment & Review
QA/QC Mechanical, HVAC
  • Introduction
  • Purpose
  • Scope
  • Objectives
  • Design Fundamentals
  • HVAC Document Requirements
  • HVAC Design system
  • Verification of Installation
  • Typical Parameters
  • HVAC Installation QC Requirements
  • Practical aspects of QC
  • Operational Control
  • Temperature Measurement Report
  • HVAC QC Testing
  • Inspection of HVAC System
  • Maintenance of HVAC System
  • Recommended Test Requirements
  • Recommended optional strategic tests
  • HVAC Materials (Duct, Coating, Insulation, Sheets, Coils, Compressors, Gases and Copper Pipes)
  • Visual Inspections
  • Conclusion
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

Description:  

This Course will help you to investigate if the introduction of TPM will help you reduce lost time on operating equipment to a tune of 30% or better. Which is typical for plants who do not already have advanced Preventive Maintenance and Predictive Maintenance (PdM) practices in place. This PowerPoint will also help to insure you meet the requirements for a Successful TPM introduction to your facility.

WHAT IS TPM?

• TPM gives Lifetime Equipment Health
• What is Total Productive Maintenance?
• The Hidden Factory
• The Six Production Losses
• The Seven Process Wastes
• Production Losses and Overall Equipment Effectiveness
• The Substance of TPM
• The Never Ending TPM Cycle

EQUIPMENT LIFETIME HEALTH

• Total Productive Maintenance is … operator driven reliability:
• Need an Equipment Performance Vision
• Match TPM Process to the Vision
• TPM in a Nutshell

TPM AND ITS OPERATING RISK REDUCTION BENEFITS

• Purpose of Total Productive Maintenance
• TPM Works by Reducing Risk of Failures
• Multiple Strategies across the Life Cycle
• Value-Added to Equipment with TPM
• Risk Reduction with TPM

MEASURING EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE

• Monitoring Operating Effectiveness
• Purpose of Measuring Equipment Performance
• Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE)
• Start Measuring Plant Non-Performance
• Production Disruptions Causes Variation
• Pareto Chart the Problems for Focus

THE IMPORTANCE OF OPERATOR OWNERSHIP OF EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE

• Promoting Operator Ownership
• Operator Monitoring and Watch-keeping
• Equipment Behavior – Identifying the Degradation Cycle
• Operators Learn about their Equipment
• Operator Monitoring & Watch-keeping Procedure
• Fact Based Equipment Decisions

GETTING TOP QUALITY EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE

• Failure Preventing Job Procedures
• Accuracy Controlled Expert
• Accuracy Controlled SOPs Prevent Variation
• Including 3T Failure Prevention in SOPs
• Accuracy Controlled Enterprise (ACE)
• 7 Visual Quality Management Tools for TPM Problem Solving
• Make measurement Visual, … turn numbers into information

REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL TPM INTRODUCTION

• Identifying TPM Systems and Processes
• Critical Mass of Support
• The People of Successful TPM
• The Culture of Successful TPM
• Best Performance from Multifunctional Teams
• Role and Importance of Supervisors
• Activity 3 – Building Hi-Performance Teams

TPM REQUIRES CHANGE MANAGEMENT

• TPM Requires a Change Management Process for Successful Introduction
• Manage TPM Introduction like a Project
• Providing the whole ‘TPM Mix’
• Sustained Resourcing of TPM Processes
• Prototype a TPM Program for Proof of Worth
• Supporting the TPM program
• Change … Do … Learn … Improve
• TPM Champions Needed

A TPM CASE STUDY

• Management Support
• TPM Team Objectives
• TPM Team Development
• Identify Current State
• Prioritize Equipment Problems
• Target Key Problems/Set New Standards
• Authorize Proposed Changes
• Improve Documentation/Training
��� Return Equipment to Condition/Sustain it
• Measure Improvement/Lock-in Gains
• Second and Third TPM Cycles

HOW TO APPROACH PLANNING FOR TPM INTRODUCTIONS

• Planning TPM Introduction: using the Change Management Matrix
• TPM Change Management Requirements
• The TPM Route Map
• Develop Detailed Project Plan & Schedule

Industrial Reliability and Maintenance Management Training

Description:

The Industrial Reliability and Maintenance Management Training Course is a little different than many others.

The content of this Industrial Reliability and Maintenance Management training course is exactly what you would see if you attended the actual 3-day equipment reliability course. Again, this Industrial Reliability and Maintenance Management Training Course is different from other company’s courses because it is tailored from 30 years of real-life experience as a tradesman, professional engineer and Maintenance Manager.

Day 1 of Seminar

Course Introduction

LIMITATIONS OF MACHINES AND MATERIALS

DETERMINING THE RELIABILITY OF PARTS

RELIABILITY OF COMPLEX PARTS

RELIABILITY PREDICTION

RELIABILITY OF MACHINES

INSTILLING RELIABILITY PRINCIPLES INTO MAINTENANCE

Day 2 of Seminar

The Business of Maintenance 

RELIABILITY IS WHAT MAINTENANCE PRODUCES

MAINTENANCE STRATEGY CHOICES

SELECTING MAINTENANCE TO DELIVER RELIABILITY

MAINTENANCE IS A RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

CONTINUALLY IMPROVING MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY RESULTS

Day 3 of Seminar 

Run your Maintenance for Profit

MANAGING RISK IN YOUR BUSINESS AND OPERATIONS

USE PRECISION MAINTENANCE AND PRECISION PRACTICES FOR FAILURE-FREE OPERATION

GETTING OPERATORS TO DRIVE EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY

MODERNIZE, SYSTEMATIZE AND STANDARDIZE YOUR MAINTENANCE PROCESSES

Rotating Machinery Health Management

The rotating machinery management and rotating equipment maintenance training identifies the key factors you need to have in-place and in-use for sure rotating machinery health improvement. You learn how to remove rotating equipment hazards and consistently produce high rotating equipment reliability. The rotating equipment training and machinery management coverage explains the machinery maintenance best-practices that bring you certain world-class rotating equipment reliability every time.

You learn from world-class machinery maintenance experts that teach you how to get outstanding reliability management results in your operation. To make the course content interesting and practical the PowerPoint presentation tells a story of a company who is looking to improve their rotating machinery health and reliability.

Duration: 5 Days Training Course 

Maintenance Management

Description:  

Many companies are attempting to implement a variety of maintenance strategies and tactics such as TPM (Total Productive Maintenance), RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance), condition based maintenance and CMMS (computerized maintenance management systems) to reduce maintenance costs.

Table of Contents

1. Maintenance Management

1. Definitions 

2. Objectives

3. Evolution 

 2. Maintenance Management Functions

1. Overview

2. Physical assets management 

3. Maintenance strategy determination 

Subjects: RCM, reliability, availability, failures, 6 failure patterns, MTBF, FMEA, maintenance strategies (run-to-failure, time based, condition based, redesign, failure finding), maintenance types (emergency, corrective, preventive, routine, predictive), P-F curve, diagnostic devices

4. Maintenance planning and scheduling 

Subjects: definitions, work orders, workflow, backlog

5. Resources Management 

Personnel, tools, spare parts

6. Performance measurement 

Performance measurements for equipment, work order management, people, spare parts

 3. CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Systems)

1. Definition

2. Basic modules

3. Optional modules

4. Trends 

5. What do you really need?

 4. TPM

 5. RCM versus TPM

 6. Good Maintenance Management

1. Principles 

2. Benefits 

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

These testimonials are from maintenance planning and scheduling training courses in which the maintenance planning. Attendees gave unqualified support for the 3-day maintenance planning course content and the unique value-adds they got from it.

  • “Very good – has changed the way I think about maintenance planning.”
  • “Helped to give me confidence that I’m heading in the right direction in planning.”
  • “Usually I find if one thing of use is learnt per day then value is achieved; value has been achieved! Also good notes, CD and risk analysis template.”
  • “Some very good concepts to take back to work which could help our business.”
  • “Very interesting, more than enough information for a 3-day course.”
  • “The course members from industry were very impressed with the content.”
  • “Being a planner for only three months, I found this course excellent and relevant to my position.”
  • “Heaps of information put out.”
  • “Very informative. Eye-opener in some areas.”
  • “Excellent – will help with future job prospects.”
Machine Vibration and Analysis

Fundamentals of Machinery Vibration Measurement, Vibration Analysis and
Vibration Control Training

The 5-day course Vibration covers the topics listed below:

  1. Topics in Fundamentals of Industrial Equipment Vibrations and Vibration Control 
  2. An Overview of the Path Toward Equipment Reliability 
  3. Condition Monitoring in the Context of Reliability Improvement 
  4. Principal Causes of Failure in Machinery 
  5. Vibration Analysis and Machine Faults 
  6. The Language of Machine Vibrations 
  7. Vibration Measurement Applied to Condition Monitoring 
  8. Rolling Bearing Vibration Monitoring and Testing 
  9. Other Machinery and Equipment Condition Monitoring Techniques 
  10. Maintenance Planning based on Condition Monitoring Reports 
  11. The Justification for Machinery Precision Maintenance 
  12. Machine Failure Root Cause Analysis and Creative Disassembly 
  13. Roller Bearing Care – Handling, Storage, Installation
  14. Accurate Machinery Assembly – Fits and Tolerances 
  15. Machine Shaft Alignment 
  16. Phase in Vibration Analysis 
  17. Machine Vibration Signature Analysis 
  18. Vertical Pump Alignment 
  19. Drive Belt Inspection 
  20. Install a Work Quality Assurance System 

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