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Instrumentation Design & Detail Engineering - Certificate Program

Instrumentation is the science and art of measuring the value of some plant parameters such as pressure, flow, level or temperature and supplying a signal that is proportional to the measured parameter. The output signals are standard signal and can then be processed by other equipment to provide indication, alarms or automatic control. This course will clearly explain the concepts and implementation of instrumentation. Further, the course can serve as a refresher for instrumentation engineers involved with process measurement and control equipment. The course covers a wide range of topics such as theory and application, pressure measurement, level measurement, temperature measurement, flow measurement, flow meter selection & costs, basic principles of controls systems, modes of control, typical applications, digital field communications, smart transmitter, P&ID, wiring schematics & diagrams, control valves and process considerations.

Program Starting From : June 22, 2024


120 Hrs. | 12 - 15 Weeks

Weekdays & weekend batches available


Online Session

Live & interactive sessions with industry experts


10 Modules + Project

Industry vetted curriculum designed to boost your career

Program Objective

Upon successful completion of this course, the delegates will be able to:

  • To give an understanding of the principles and practice of Pressure

  • Measurement, Level Measurement, Temperature Measurement, Flow Measurement, Control Valves.

  • Enable the delegate to investigate the Operation of an instrumentation system through designing, building and Testing typical sensor combined with appropriate signal conditioning circuits.

  • To allow the delegate to become familiar and confident with a range of Measurement techniques.

  • To understand the concepts of Process Control and acquire the Knowledge relating to the characteristics and properties of a process variable being measured.

  • To disseminate and share experience and knowledge with other delegates through open session discussions hence broadening the knowledge base of all.

  • To become familiar and knowledgeable with PID control and develop the ability to ‘tune’ a process control system using PID control.

  • To have the confidence and knowledge to apply the above techniques and principles to solve an unfamiliar and bespoke measurement situation in the workplace.

Instrumentation Design Course Agenda

Start your upskilling journey with our guided curriculum with application based learning approach.

Module 01 | Instrumentation Design - An Introduction

  • Introduction to Instrumentation Projects.

  • Reviewing to Contract Documents.

  • Understanding of Process Design.

  • Listing of all Instrumentation Deliverables.

  • Reading & Interpreting Piping & Instrumentation Diagram.

  • Preparation of Loops Typical.

Module 02 | Starting a Project

  • Preparation of Instrumentation Index.

  • Hazardous Area Classification & Methods of Protection.

  • Instrumentation Material Selection & Application.

Module 03 | Control Valve Sizing & Selection

  • Control Valve & Shutdown Valve Fundamentals.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Control Valve.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Shutdown.

  • Sizing Calculation for Control Valves.

  • Installation of Control and Shutdown Valves.

Module 04 | Flow Instruments

  • Flow Instruments Fundamentals.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Orifice & Restriction Plate.

  • Sizing Calculations for Orifice & Restriction Plate.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Thermal Flowmeter.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Coriolis Mass flow Meter.

  • Hook-Up and Installation details of Flowmeters.

Module 05 | Level Instruments

  • Level Instruments Fundamentals.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Level Gauges.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Level Transmitters - Radar.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Level Transmitters - DP.

  • Level Sketches.

  • Hook-Up and Installation details of Level Instruments.

Module 06 | Pressure Instruments

  • Pressure Instruments Fundamentals.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Pressure Gauges.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for Pressure Transmitter - Gauge, DP, FTDP.

  • Hook-Up and Installation details of Pressure Instrument's.

Module 07 | Instrumentation Control

  • Introduction to Control System.

  • System Architecture.

  • System Hardware.

  • System Software.

  • Communication Protocols.

  • System Sizing.

  • Preparation of Control Narratives.

  • Preparation of Cause and Effect Diagrams.

Module 08 | Layout & BOQ

  • Preparation Instrumentation Layout.

  • Preparation Termination Drawings.

  • Preparation of Cable and Drum Schedule.

  • Bulk Material Take-off.

Module 09 | Protection System

  • Introduction to Fire & Gas Detection and Protection System.

  • Preparation of F&G Layouts - Building.

  • Preparation of F&G Cause and Effects.

  • MR Preparation and VDR Review for F&G Detectors.

Module 10 | Detail Engineering Project Deliverables

  • Preparation Of Instrument Index.

  • Preparation of Specification Sheets.

  • Calculation of Orifice plate, Control Vale.

  • Preparation of JB grouping.

  • Preparation of Cable Schedule.

  • Preparation Of Hook-up drawings.

  • Preparation of DCS & ESD specification.

  • Preparation of Tender Documents.

  • Preparation of MTO.

  • Preparation Of Technical Bid Analysis.

Who Will Benefit

College Students & Recent

Prepare for your next opportunity by pursuing process design skills from industry experts

Those Considering for Post Graduation

Strengthen your core technical skills before pursuing an MBA, M-Tech or other specialization program

Experienced & Mid-Career Professionals

Broaden your learning horizon & upskill to supercharge your career & to amplify your growth opportunities

Career Options

Nature of work of an instrumentation engineer ranges from designing, developing, installing, managing equipment's that are used to monitor and control machinery. With increased use of automated system in industries, the need for qualified instrumentation engineers has also gone up. Instrumentation engineers can get jobs in R&D units of public and private sector companies.


They are also required by the Heavy industries such as Thermal Power Stations, Steel Plants, Refineries, and Cement and Fertilizer Plants. They have a multidisciplinary role to play. As per the National Forecast up to year 2019, with so many industries coming up the need of Instrumentation Engineers is eventually going to increase, as thousands of them are required. These engineers can pursue consultancy-based work.

Program Eligibility

Bachelor’s Degree in Instrumentation Engineering or Diploma in Instrumentation Engineering with relevant work experience from any recognized University or an equivalent degree recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with minimum 50% marks at Graduation Level.

Program Fees

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