The vast capabilities of the AVEVA PI System provide huge opportunity, meaning that the more knowledge your users have of the system, the more possibilities you can realise.
We have over 25 years of experience working with the AVEVA (formerly OSIsoft) PI System, and our team of PI System Accredited Engineers are experienced in delivering focussed training on PI Vision and PI AF.
Our PI Training Courses are designed to ensure that your users have the skills and confidence required to use your PI System effectively, transform your operations, and achieve the outcomes you need.
PI System Training Courses
An Introduction to PI & AF
A 1-day course either on site or at one of our hubs, covering:
- PI Data Archive Basics
- PI Interface Basics
- PI Tag Basics
- PI Time
- PI Datalink – zero to hero
- PI Vision Basics
- PI AF Introduction
- Next Generation PI Capabilities
£795 per delegate
AF in-depth for Power Users
A 2-day course either on site or at one of our hubs, covering:
- AF Hierarchy – Databases, Templates and Elements
- Creating Attributes
- AF Tables for lookups
- Calculated data – Formulas and PI data retrieval
- AF Analytics – built-in functions, outputs
- PI Vision and PI AF
- AF Security Considerations
- PI Builder
- Event Frames
- AF Analytics – advanced concepts (error handling, performance considerations)
- UOM Database
£1590 per delegate
A tailored course either on site or at one of our hubs.
Speak to us to discuss your requirements.
Secure Your Learning
We run regular courses at our Aberdeen PI Training Hub, but we can also run courses at our Sheffield, Glasgow, Warrington and Saltaire offices, or if you prefer, we can come to you.
We can run courses remotely on request, but we highly recommend in-person training to ensure that your people get the most from your investment in their skills.
Upcoming dates at our Aberdeen Hub are as follows:
- 21st May
- 17th September
- 26th November
PI AF Developer
- 22nd & 23rd May
- 18th & 19th September
- 27th & 28th November
Remote follow-up sessions are also available.
Contact us to book your PI Training
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