The University completes Siemens Simatic PCS7 training for Siemens UK (Manchester) staff

The University of Manchester, has opened its doors again to Siemens Engineering Graduates, Apprentices, and a Business Development Intern for hands-on Process Control System or PCS7 training. The University is committed to working with young people across our city region to share its knowledge and resources to create engineers of the future.

The programme opened up access to the Chadwick Pilot Hall Building on the University of Manchester campus. It is the largest pilot scale teaching and research facility in a UK university and is fully equipped with Siemens control system.

Nine Siemens graduate engineers, apprentices and interns visited the facility and took the opportunity to get in-depth, hands-on training on the Siemens control system products and experience it from a user point of view. The graduates studiedĀ  some of the most common across the process industries including froth flotation, three tank level control, absorption, and batch reactors. The feedback from the students was very positive with everyone saying they would recommend this to their Siemens colleagues and valued the chance to see the Siemens hardware and software working in a real-life application.