Troubleshooting: Basic Concepts

3.5 15 Reviews SKU: AOPO00CENDuration: 120 Minutes

This course is designed to familiarize participants with basic concepts associated with troubleshooting a problem in a process system. After completing this course, participants should be able to explain what troubleshooting is and how it can be carried out as a systematic, logical procedure. They should also be able to explain how to apply the major steps of a basic troubleshooting procedure to a problem in a process.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 120 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • Define the term "troubleshooting."
  • Identify and describe the main steps involved in troubleshooting.
  • Identify various sources of information that can be used for troubleshooting.
  • Explain how the following process of elimination methods are applied in troubleshooting: input/output testing, bracketing, the serial method, and the half-splitting method.
  • Describe a basic wastewater treatment process.
  • Describe how to troubleshoot a problem in a wastewater treatment process.

Customer Reviews

7/16/2019

good

“good”

Katerina H. Verified Customer

6/28/2019

Informative

“Informative”

Steve J. Verified Customer

6/17/2019

In general terms ... well.

“In general terms ... well.”

Diego H. Verified Customer

5/27/2019

Informative

“Informative”

Lyndon D. Verified Customer

5/11/2019

Good training

“Good training”

Rajendra B. Verified Customer

4/19/2019

wording of questions is somewhat confusing.

“wording of questions is somewhat confusing.”

Philip D. Verified Customer

4/9/2019

flow diagrams were difficult to understand without a legend or key

“Flow diagrams were difficult to understand without a legend or key.”

John J. Verified Customer

3/12/2019

NOT A BAD COURSE!!!

“NOT A BAD COURSE!!!”

Todd R. Verified Customer

3/8/2019

Average

This customer provided only a star rating and no written review.

JONATHAN T. Verified Customer

1/28/2019

easy to learn lessons

“easy to learn lessons”

Zachary L. Verified Customer

11/21/2018

N/A

“N/A”

Matthew B. Verified Customer

11/21/2018

Use of an industry specific example was useful. Teaching these concepts in a vacuum without showin

“Use of an industry specific example was useful. Teaching these concepts in a vacuum without showing how they are applied is how a lot of these lessons have gone and it is easier to process when seeing it put in action.”

Kevin J. Verified Customer

11/21/2018

N/A

“N/A”

Matthew B. Verified Customer

10/31/2018

Informative

“Informative”

Richard K. Verified Customer

10/26/2018

extensive

“extensive”

Sayed S. Verified Customer

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