View events by type

CORK: Introduction to Process Measurement

  • Date(s)
    Tuesday, 19 May 2020
  • Time(s)
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Venue
    Clayton Hotel Cork City, Lapp's Quay, Cork, T12 RD6E, Ireland
  • Fee

    Members: €345
    Non-Members: €425

    NOTE: You can only book online using credit or debit card details.  If your preferred method of payment is by invoice / purchase order / bank transfer / other, please contact the CPD Training Team on 01-6651305, or email to secure a place.

  • CPD Credit
    7 hours   C1

Learning Objectives

This course will provide an insight to industrial instrumentation application, selection, calibration and maintenance. It is an introductory course that will focus on the most relevant techniques and instrumentation used to measure pressure, temperature, level and flow and how these critical measurements interface with the overall control system.

Delegates will gain a better understanding of industrial instrumentation performance characteristics and how it relates to the overall control system performance.


The primary objective is to give each delegate a fundamental knowledge of the basic principles of industrial instrumentation. It will focus on the definitions and application of various industrial instrumentation of the four major measurement areas.

The secondary objective is to give the delegate an overview of the fundamentals of the control loop and look at the complete control loop hardware.

The course will cover, but is not limited to;

  • Introduction to process control
  • The process control loop
  • Introduction to the control loop documentation
  • Hazardous areas and equipment selection
  • Pressure measurement
  • Temperature measurement
  • Level measurement
  • Flow measurement
  • Communication protocols such as HART and Fieldbus
  • Difference between DCS, PLC and SCADA
  • Wireless Instruments
  • Installation and operation of Instrumentation

Who should attend?

This course is focused to the needs of chemical, instrumentation, maintenance, and mechanical engineers and technicians involved in the selection, sizing, specification, installation, operation and maintenance of industrial instrumentation. The industries that this course would be relevant to are the biopharma, food, water and waste water, chemical and power generation.

Other CPD courses in this series

  • Introduction to Pumps and Pumping Systems
  • Fundamentals of Valves & Actuators for Process Control Systems
  • Essentials of Pressure Safety Relief Valves
  • Process Control Valves; Sizing, Selection & Application 
  • Introduction to the Industrial Steam and Condensate System
  • Intermediate Pumps and Pumping Systems
  • Introduction to Process Measurement
  • Compressed Air
  • Advanced Pumps and Pumping Systems
There are no prerequisites necessary for this course.
Trainer's Profile

Gerard Nagle is a lecturer in DIT Bolton Street in the department of Mechanical Engineering. He currently is a lecturer in Fluid Mechanics, Control Engineering and Unit Operations. Gerard has a M.Sc. in Process Systems Engineering from Cranfield University and has worked with Rosemount.



Make a Booking

19 May 2020


"Excellent course content and instructor very knowledgeable in this sector."

Juliett Hughes, Prochem Engineering Limited: "Informative course, plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion."

Tom Walsh, H.A. O'Neil Ltd.: "Course very well delivered."


Confirmation is subject to event fee being finalised. Cancellation fees calculated at 50% of the estimated total bill will be charge for confirmed bookings cancelled less than 5 working days prior to the date of the planned event. A replacement person can attend instead. Cancellations made the day prior to an event will be charged 75% of the total estimated bill. No-shows will be charged the full fee. All cancellations must be confirmed in writing by email. Engineers Ireland will not be liable for any costs in the event of a course being re-scheduled.  This applies, but is not limited, to any travelling, subsistence or consequential expenses incurred by delegates.