Automation and Industrial Controls

The Automation and Control Systems faculty is dedicated to the development of your process and production Managers, Engineers and Technologists. Emerson delivers control and safety systems to help provide a safer, more environmentally efficient manufacturing process. With a complete system offering from distributed control systems to safety instrumented systems.

We focus on the design, development and delivery of education and training on the advanced technology available on the market today! We offer industry-specific training, applied technical training, and mentorship for your teams. Emerson’s Distributed Control Systems (DCS) deliver the decision integrity to run your operations at its full potential. We deliver the advanced knowledge and skills required to develop your best practices, transfer that knowledge to all members of your operations team.

We believe that the investment in your human capital will generate cost savings and increased performance year after year. Using the latest technologies we teach your teams to master the techniques and the equipment such as the Emerson Delta V DCS. Our faculty delivers training, onsite applied technical training (coaching) and mentorship for managers.

We offer career programs to develop young engineers and technologists as they take on the new challenges in various roles in your operations. We deliver practical and theoretical knowledge and best practices to your teams as they work on delivering higher shareholder value! Please review the many opportunities we can offer your team.


Course 7018E – DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting

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Course 7012E – DeltaV Interface for Continuous Control

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Course 7009E – DeltaV Implementation 1

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Event Venue Date
Cours 7009F - Configuration DeltaV 1 Kirkland, Québec
  • 3 February 2020 8:00 am
Cours 7018F - Quincaillerie et entretien DeltaV Kirkland, Québec
  • 24 March 2020 8:00 am
Cours L1300F -Ingénierie et sélection des vannes Kirkland, Québec
  • 21 October 2020 8:30 am