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Thank you for your interest in our Testing and Commissioning of Electrical Equipment presentation.

Don't forget to view our free webinar schedule as new topics are added regularly to give you the opportunity to continue to up-skill.

Thank you for your interest in our Troubleshooting PLCs webinar.

Don't forget to view our free webinar schedule as new topics are added regularly to give you the opportunity to continue to up-skill.

Thank you for your interest in our High Voltage Design live webinar that took place recently with our Dean of Engineering, Steve Mackay.

Don't forget to view our free webinar schedule as new topics are added regularly to give you the opportunity to continue to up-skill.

Live Session   |   Wednesday – February 21, 2018

Join EIT's Dean of Engineering, Dr Steve Mackay, for this 40 minute live and interactive session. An ambitious (but dare we say - achievable) review from the raw fundamentals of process control (PV, SP and OP) to stability and PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) control from a practical perspective (with a focus on always achieving stability in one's control). With a brief mention of public enemy no. 1 for PID control - namely...

Live Session   |   Wednesday – March 21, 2018

Join EIT's Dean of Engineering, Dr Steve Mackay, for this 40 minute live and interactive session. Industrial Ethernet is the workhorse of most control systems. Here Steve will give a quick view of its underlying structure, installation and troubleshooting issues.

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Live Session   |   Wednesday – April 18, 2018

Join EIT's Dean of Engineering, Dr Steve Mackay, for this 40 minute live and interactive session; you will learn about the key techniques in earthing/grounding, shielding and surge protection with practical examples.

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Thank you for your interest in our Troubleshooting of SCADA and Data Acquisition Systems live webinar that took place recently with our Dean of Engineering, Steve Mackay.

Don't forget to view our free webinar schedule as new topics are added regularly and the 2018 topics will be released soon.

Our live webinar titled, Fundamentals of Process Control is taking place Wednesday, February 21st  at 9am UTC with Dr Steve Mackay - Dean of Engineering at Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) and IDC Technologies.

Our live webinar titled, Nuts and Bolts of Industrial Ethernet - Tips and Tricks is taking place Wednesday, March 21st  at 9am UTC with Dr Steve Mackay - Dean of Engineering at Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) and IDC Technologies.

Our live webinar titled, Lightning, Earthing/Grounding and Surge Protection is taking place Wednesday, April 18th  at 9am UTC with Dr Steve Mackay - Dean of Engineering at Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) and IDC Technologies.

Thank you for your interest in our Fundamentals of Process Control live webinar that took place recently with our Dean of Engineering, Steve Mackay.

Don't forget to view our free webinar schedule as new topics are added regularly to give you the opportunity to continue to up-skill.

Thank you for your interest in our Nuts and Bolts of Industrial Ethernet - Tips and Tricks live webinar that took place recently with our Dean of Engineering, Steve Mackay.

Don't forget to view our free webinar schedule as new topics are added regularly to give you the opportunity to continue to up-skill.

Thank you for your interest in our Lightning, Earthing/Grounding and Surge Protection live webinar that took place recently with our Dean of Engineering, Steve Mackay.

Don't forget to view our free webinar schedule as new topics are added regularly to give you the opportunity to continue to up-skill.

Welcome to the Engineering News Network (ENN), produced by the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT).

Each week, key EIT figures will post video comments on trending news topics, engineering developments, technological advances, economic changes and more.

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If you’re looking to build outstanding online training and educational programs in the fields of engineering and science, then this book is for you.

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A sincere thanks to our many students, in over 120 countries around the world, who have believed in us and supported us in our engineering training and education endeavors. You have helped us build IDC Technologies and the Engineering Institute of Technology into the vibrant education and training businesses they are today. The learning has been reciprocal–thank you. A debt of gratitude, too, to an old friend, Jim Taylor, who worked with me on a number of our earlier training ventures in the...

PC-ControLAB, now in Release 3, is a Windows (R) based process control loop simulation program.

For more information simply follow the link below (you will be redirected to our sister company IDC Technologies' website to download the resources):

PC-ControLAB Software

 

 

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The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) programs cover a variety of engineering disciplines and a breadth of levels from Diploma and Advanced Diploma programs to Master’s level programs, therefore a variety or library resources and collections are required to support these programs. Course material readings for Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Bachelor and Master’s programs are primarily based on existing resources within our library collections, within copyright allowance, to ensure students...

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The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT), in conjunction with sister company, IDC Technologies are offering complimentary presentation slides in various engineering disciplines.

These presentation slides will give you the opportunity to expand your knowledge in multiple areas. They are designed to give you a toolbox that can be immediately applied to your workplace and have been prepared by the knowledgeable Dr Steve Mackay, the...

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To download electronic copies of our acclaimed Engineering Pocket Guides, bursting with over 500 pages of valuable know-how, simply fill in the quick form below and you will be directed to our Pocket Guide Download page.

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