Online Methods for Honing Your Skills

by , | Apr 17, 2020 | Services, Consulting & Training

Jim Cahill

Jim Cahill

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As much of the world remains in lockdown mode from the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis, a highly productive activity is to improve your skills. For instrumentation and automation professionals, there are many ways to hone your skills without leaving home.

Emerson’s Jeff Hackney highlighted several ways that these professionals can improve their skills around Emerson technologies that they have deployed in their facilities. The place to begin is the Tailored Training & Resources section on

This section of the website has free videos for process control engineers, instrument & electrical technicians, maintenance technicians, and reliability engineers.

For each of these important roles and staff needing Continuing Education Units (CEUs), online eCourses and Virtual Classroom courses with experienced Emerson Education Center instructors are available for purchase.

For example, process control engineers with DeltaV systems can improve their skills from watching this free video, How to Configure Alarm Escalation Rules in DeltaV Mobile.

Visit the Tailored Training & Resources section or contact the Emerson Educational Services & Training team today to answer your questions and help develop the best plan to improve your skills to become even more effective and efficient.

You can also connect and interact with educational services professionals in the Services group in the Emerson Exchange 365 community.

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