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Batch Execution Learning Track: Batch Execution Fundamentals


Location :  Distance Learning (GE Vernova - Mountain time)

Start Date
End DateStatus
Distance Learning (GE Vernova - Mountain time)07-Oct-202411-Oct-2024

Course Description

Automation GEDAUO, ILT

This instructor-led course can be delivered as classroom, onsite or distance learning course.  It is designed to provide working knowledge and skills for Batch Execution. It includes lab time configuring Batch development tools for batch and hybrid process scenarios.

  • Onsite or Cclassroom details: 4 days, 7 hours/day, 25-28 total hours, instructor-led with practical activities.  Delivered in person.
  • Distance Learning details: 5 days, 5 hours/day, 25 total hours, Instructor-led training with practical activities. Delivered via Web conference, teleconference, and cloud supported simulation environments, Quality internet connections are essential for student productivity,
  • Course Enrolment closes two weeks prior to course launch to allow for delivery of course materials.

Who should attend?

This course is designed for process, automation, or instrumentation engineers and system integrators who will be developing, configuring, and using applications on an Batch Execution system.

Are there any prerequisites?

Students should have prior exposure to control system basics such as programming and operating PLCs and HMI/SCADA software. Being able to navigate and configure a Windows operating system as well as the installed application software is essential. Introductory knowledge of the ISA S88 Specification is also helpful.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
• Understand architecture communication between Batch Server and Client nodes.
• Create new Batch projects and configure the Batch Server.
• Configure the Batch Archiver and the Batch Publisher.
• Create Equipment Configuration, including Area, Process Cells, Units, Equipment Phases and Control Modules.
• Create recipes using Sequential Function Charts (SFC) in the Batch Recipe Editor.
• Create Class Based Batch applications.
• Use the Batch Client to monitor batch production.
• Use Batch Integration Services and ActiveX objects to monitor batch production.