In order to translate theory into practical skills, all courses at the MicroSCADA Pro training centre in Vaasa, Finland, emphasize hands-on exercises. Experienced trainers make learning easy with a step-by-step approach to explore each topic at hand. Additionally, the training facilities provide an environment which imitates as far as possible the real-life user experience, including protection and control relay simulators. All this speaks on behalf of investing in a course enrolment for a classroom training in Vaasa and gain the expertise that helps to maximize the benefits that MicroSCADA Pro is able to offer.
“The purpose is to familiarize participants with the MicroSCADA Pro software structure and help to understand how to engineer and use specific functions in customers’ projects,” Mr. Jarkko Hautamäki, Competence Development Manager at ABB, says.
In addition to the standard offering, tailor-made workshops and consulting services assist the engineering companies as well as the end users of the system in their ongoing projects. This type of training can take place wherever needed, for example on-site.
“We support system operators and engineers not only with MicroSCADA Pro engineering but also with system design, customized applications and Factory or Site Acceptance Tests (FAT/SAT), to name a few” Mr. Hautamäki explores the wide range of the offering that will be designed case-by-case according to the customer needs.
After mastering the basics of MicroSCADA Pro, it is easier to grab hold of related e-learning opportunities. Comprehensive how-to videos as well as application notes, introducing the latest features of MicroSCADA Pro, are planned to be available via SupportLine portal later in 2016.
To explore how you can make better use of critical and accurate grid information, reserve your seat for the SYS600 Historian course. The next courses are arranged on June 15-16 and September 21-22.
Editorial contact: Heidi Hautala