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  • New hires
  • Current employees in new roles
  • Team members adapting to newer technology
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2018 Training Schedule (3362 downloads)

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New Note: 

Registration for RE Mason local courses are restricted to end users only.

We have added a number of NEW courses below and will soon add detail bulletins to each with class dates and cost.

Course 1106: Gas Regulator Troubleshooting

CEUs: 2.1 Prerequisite: Course 1100 or 2 years experience

This course is intended for technicians responsible for installing, maintaining and troubleshooting gas regulators. Actual gas regulator problems are simulated in the intensive hands-on workshops

  • Self-Operated Regulators
  • Pilot Operated Regulator
  • Overpressure Protection
  • Sizing Overview for Technicians
  • Regulator Failure Analysis
  • Regulator Troubleshooting and Installation
Course 1400: Valve Technician I

CEUs: 3.2

An explanation of how valves and actuators function as well as how they are installed and calibrated. Geared toward instrument technicians responsible for pneumatic and electronic instrument calibration, Installation & troubleshooting.


  • Control Valve Terminology
  • Globe / Ball / Butterfly Valves
  • Packing
  • Actuators, Positioners, and Digital Control Valves
  • Bench Set
  • Seat Leak Testing
  • Eccentric Disc Valves
  • Valve Characteristics
Course 2068: Intro to AMS Suite: Machinery Heath Manager

CEUs: 2.8

Students learn methods of database creation and vital features of route creation.


  • Navigation
  • Database Creation
  • Data Collection
  • Basic Analysis and Reporting
  • Link to RBMview
Course 7016: DeltaV Systems Batch Implementation

CEUs: 3.2 Prerequisite Required: Course 7009

Covers the implementation of a batch application including Recipe Configuration, Aliasing, Phase Logic, Operations and Unit Procedures. Equipment entities will also be configured including, Unit modules and Process cells.


  • Batch Overview
  • Unit Phase / Module / Procedure / Aliasing
  • Alias Definition
  • Process Cell
  • Class Based Control Modules
  • Class Based Equipment Modules
  • Operation
  • Equipment Trains
  • Dynamic Unit Allocation
Course 7018: DeltaV Hardware & Troubleshooting

CEUs: 2.8

7018 DeltaV Hardware & Troubleshooting (Charlotte May 2018) (527 downloads)

7018 DeltaV Hardware & Troubleshooting (Richmond, June 2018) (69 downloads)

Course material covers the hardware components that make up the DeltaV system.  The student will assemble the system, power up the controller, I/O subsystem and workstation. Learn to use the diagnostic tools available to verify fault conditions related to hardware. Introduces configuration tools and operator interface.


  • DeltaV Overview
  • Operator Alarms
  • DeltaV Diagnostics / Smart Switches
  • DeltaV I/O Cards and Carriers
  • Controllers and Power Supplies
  • Electronic Marshalling (CHARMs)
  • HART I/O
  • DeltaV Intelligent Device Manager
  • AMS Suite Intelligent Device Manager
  • Redundant I/O
Course 9032: Applied Modern Loop Tuning

CEUs: 2.1

Introduces participants to control loop troubleshooting and controller tuning. The non-oscillatory EnTech tuning techniques are based on Lambda concepts and taught with a focus on minimizing process variability. Learn how to recognize acceptable/unacceptable control loop performance and to identify the most common source of problems.


  • Process Dynamics
  • Self Regulating and Integrating Loops
  • Pressures for Load Recovery and Setpoint Response
  • Process Interactions
Course 1300: Control Valve Engineering

CEUs: 3.2

This course is for engineers, technicians and others responsible for the selection, sizing, and application of control valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation.


  • Control Valve Selection: Rotary/ Sliding Stem
  • Actuator Selection and Sizing
  • Corrosion Resistant Valves
  • Liquid Valve Sizing
  • Gas Valve Sizing
  • Positioners and Transducers
  • Valve Application Guidelines
  • Valve Characteristics
  • Valve Packing Considerations
  • Cavitation
  • Valve Noise
Course 2031: Basic Vibration Analysis/Category 1 Compliant

CEUs: 2.1

This course is intended to enable students to operate single channel machinery analyzers, dump and load routes, recognize the difference between good and bad data, and compare vibration measurements against pre-established alert settings. This course complies with Category I Vibration Analyst per ISO standard 18436-2.


  • Principles of Vibration
  • Data acquisition & Signal Processing
  • Condition monitoring & Corrective Action
  • Equipment Knowledge
  • Acceptance Testing
  • Basic Analyzer Functions
Course 7009: DeltaV Implementation I

CEUs: 3.2

Covers a complete DeltaV system implementation. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to define system capabilities, assemble the system, define nodes, run diagnostics, configure continuous and sequential control strategies, operate the system and define users and security.


  • System Overview
  • DeltaV Explorer / Diagnostics
  • Control Modules / Studio
  • Motor / Cascade / Regulatory Control
  • DeltaV Operate
  • System Operation
  • Alarms & Process History View
  • Sequential Function Charts
  • Configure Theme Dynamos
  • Custom Faceplates
  • Custom Dynamos
  • Electronic Marshalling (CHARMS)
Course 7017: DeltaV Implementation II

CEUs: 3.2 Prerequisite Required: Course 7009

For process control engineers responsible for configuring the DeltaV system.  Advanced topics will be covered including displays, function blocks, and configuration tips.


  • Function Block Structures & Status Values
  • Analog Control Palette Blocks
  • HART Inputs and Outputs / Device Alarms
  • AMS Intelligent Device Manager
  • Unit Alarms
  • DeltaV Simulate Suite / DeltaV Tune with InSight
  • Device Control Options
  • Class Based Control Modules
Course 9025: Control Loop Foundation

CEUs: 3.2

Course covers the concepts and terminology that are needed to understand and work with control systems. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to effectively work with and commission single and multi-loop control strategies. Interactive workshops allow the student to apply what they learn in class.


  • Basic Transmitter Types, Limitations, Analyzers
  • Final Elements – Valves and Variable Speed Drives
  • Field Wiring and Communications
  • Control Strategy Documentation
  • Operator Graphics and MetricsControl Objectives
  • Single and Multi Loop Control
  • Tuning and Loop Performance
  • Model Predictive Control
  • Process Modeling
Course REM410: Steam Boiler Operator Training

Provides training for entry level 3rd class level knowledge and testing. Provides information on virtually all facets of steam boiler operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Common boiler auxiliaries and operating techniques are covered in detail. Safety and efficiency of operation are stressed.

Licensing/Certification available.

What do students say about RE Mason Training?

Instructor was very knowledgeable of the course content and conveyed the information in a way that was easy to follow.  He kept the class interesting by using real world applications.

As usual, RE Mason is outstanding at taking care of the student.  From registration thru the end of the week, administration was always helpful and concerned.  My highest praise and thanks to the entire training staff.

I would recommend RE Mason and Emerson training to others. They offer very informative training and they are very nice and polite people.

RE Mason provides some of the best training it has been my experience to attend. Always professional and very well prepared.

The instructor was very knowledgeable on the subject.  He was very effective at providing more in depth insight rather than reading presentation slides.  Students were engaged and the instructor did a good job of asking how certain applications were used at our facilities and molding his presentation to our needs.

The training was very informative. I really enjoyed and learned from the hands-on labs.

Excellent course.  I came into the class with basic understanding of AOV’s.  I now feel like I have a good foundation on their operation.

There is no other place I would rather take a training class.  Everyone at RE Mason is absolutely great.

This is an excellent course for people who are just beginning to work with boilers or have worked with them for years.

Absolutely the best class I could have attended.  Great deal of information.  I look forward to attending more training at RE Mason.

I wish I could have taken this class earlier in my career.

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