Industrial Controls and Instrumentation Certificate (ICIC)

Industrial Controls and Instrumentation Certificate (ICIC)

This hands-on training program is designed for the maintenance person who will install, calibrate, and troubleshoot industrial controls and instruments. Graduates are prepared to take the International Society of Automation Certified Controls Systems Technician exam.

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Industrial Controls and Instrumentation Certificate (ICIC)

Semester 1LecLabCredits
TPI 110Process Control and Instrumentation 1: Pressure Control 212.5
Semester 2  
TPI 120Process Control and Instrumentation 2: Temperature Control 212.5
Semester 3  
TPI 130Process Control and Instrumentation 3: Level and Flow 212.5
Semester 4  
TPI 140Process Control and Instrumentation 4: Final Control 212.5
Total Credits:  8410

Courses

TPI 110 Process Control and Instrumentation 1: Pressure Control
2.5 Credits. 2 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour.

A course on foundation concepts related to process controls and instrumentation. Topics include: controllers, transmitters, variable frequency drives (VFDs) and control valves, and automatic control techniques. Laboratory exercises include loop wiring, calibration, controller configuration, and troubleshooting.
Prerequisites: None
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TPI 120 Process Control and Instrumentation 2: Temperature Control
2.5 Credits. 2 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour.

A continuation of TPI 110. Topics include: control of temperature and pressure. Activities include laboratory exercises and computer simulations.
Prerequisites: TPI 110
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TPI 130 Process Control and Instrumentation 3: Level and Flow
2.5 Credits. 2 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour.

A continuation of TPI 120. Topics include: control of level and flow, installation, calibration, configuration, and troubleshooting. Activities include laboratory exercises.
Prerequisites: TPI 120
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TPI 140 Process Control and Instrumentation 4: Final Control
2.5 Credits. 2 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour.

A continuation of TPI 130. Topics include: industry use of final control units; and how to select, install, configure, and troubleshoot pneumatic control valves and variable frequency drives (VFDs). Activities include laboratory exercises.
Prerequisites: TPI 130
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TPI 150 Process Control and Instrumentation 5: Analytical Control
2.5 Credits. 2 Lecture Hours. 1 Lab Hour.

A continuation of TPI 140. Topics include: control of analytical and measurement processes such as ORP, pH, conductivity, and chromatography. Activities include laboratory exercises.
Prerequisites: TPI 140
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Faculty

Business Manager

James Bax, BS, BBA, MBA
james.bax@cincinnatistate.edu

Assistant Business Manager

Jerry Whitaker, BA, BS, MBA
jerry.whitaker@cincinnatistate.edu