Electronics

Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Centre recognises that Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development of any country. They have become even more important given the increasing pace of globalisation and technological advancement that is taking place in the world. Countries with higher and better levels of skills adjust more effectively to the challenges and opportunities of globalisation. PITAC provides short term intensive training courses in a number of different fields and disciplines, these are designed such that the supply-side responses are perpetually in sync with the demand side impulses both from domestic engineering environments as well as international markets.Thus our courses are relevant and in tune with the demands of the marketplace and our approach is one of practical’s, on the job training and usage of the latest machinery and software. Our AutoCAD courses are some of the most popular in Lahore today and regularly oversubscribed. For further information contact training@pitac.gov.pk , or call 042-99230701.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Programmable logic controllers(PLC’S):

The training aim of this course is to teach the basic instructions of a PLC with a strong element of practical, hands on simulation of industrial related circuits. The course is paced to suit all learners. This course is not for people with prior PLC knowledge and programming
On completion of the course,

    participants will be able to

  • understand the safety issues involved with PLCs and appreciate the need for safe working practices
  • understand how PLCs are incorporated into modern industrial control systems, and the typical applications they are put to
  • understand the logic functions performed by basic PLC instructions
  • understand the methods of addressing inputs and outputs of PLCs
  • understand the various methods of transmitting signals to and from PLCs
  • Back-up programs and restore them back to PLCs.
  • Compare the procedures involved in local and remote I/O expansion.

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Duration                      8 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Pneumatic Control:

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Duration                      8 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Instrumentation and process control:

Upon completion of this course students will receive a training certificate indicating that the student has learned:

  • To interpret a PID and recognize control loops, automatisms and safety instrumented functions.
  • To recognize the main types of sensors and control valves, and understand their working principles and failures.
  • To tune a control loop.
  • Determine manipulated, controlled, and measured variables of typical industrial processes.
  • Convert pressure, level, flow, or temperature variables into pneumatic or electrical values.
  • Identify electrical variables that are used by instruments to determine values.
  • Use and calibrate a variety of instruments and transmitters using ISA industrial consensus standard techniques.