SCADA (Supervisory Controls and Data Acquisition)

SCADA (Supervisory Controls and Data Acquisition)

 

The objective is to introduce and educate the student on the principles of operation and functions of instrumentation and controls, including Supervisory Controls and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems in a public water / wastewater treatment system. This class will provide general outlines on how to evaluate the proper operation and troubleshoot problems which may arise during the operation of the plant.

The class will be made up of two 1day classes. The student will gain 16 training hours which will be one credit hour to help complete the Environmental Technology Water/Wastewater Technology Specialist Degree in Applied Science.

At the conclusion of this course, the student should be able to:

  1. Understand measurement and control systems;
  2. Understand the general concepts of control accuracy and repeatability;
  3. Analyze the proper operation of instruments and equipment in the field;
  4. Assist qualified personnel in day-to-day equipment maintenance; and
  5. Identify and articulate processes irregularities to assist in maintaining quality plant operation.

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