Invensys to Offer 23 Free Training Workshops at 2006 North American Customer Conference

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Invensys is offering 23 different training workshops and tutorial sessions on December 7th at the 2006 Invensys Process Systems North American Customer Conference. This high-value training will be provided at no additional charge for registered conference attendees. Invensys Learning Services will award Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to participants who complete any training workshop or tutorial session, thus helping to support individual professional development requirements.

Invensys is offering 23 different training workshops and tutorial sessions on December 7th at the 2006 Invensys Process Systems North American Customer Conference. This high-value training will be provided at no additional charge for registered conference attendees. Invensys Learning Services will award Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to participants who complete any training workshop or tutorial session, thus helping to support individual professional development requirements.

“Operating plants today face constant change, increasing pressure, cost-cutting, restructuring, and tougher performance measures. In addition, most plants today are suffering from a shortage of critical technical know-how caused by the retirement of baby boomers,” commented Peter Teo, director of Invensys Learning Services. “These training sessions are focused on helping operating plants mitigate this loss of knowledge or skills. We’re also very pleased to be able to offer – in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security and Idaho National Laboratories – a full day course on control systems security. This hands-on, intermediate-level course is structured to help students understand how attacks against process control systems could be launched and why they work. The course, which is limited to 40 students and is therefore likely to fill up quickly, will also provide mitigation strategies to help increase control system cyber security.”

For a complete schedule of the free training workshops and tutorials being offered at the Invensys Customer Conference, readers should visit http://ips.invensys.com/NA06/training.htm or send an e-mail to registrar@ips.invensys.com.

The 2006 Invensys Process Systems Customer Conference will bring together users of Avantis, Foxboro, SimSci-Esscor, Triconex, and other Invensys products, software, systems, and services December 4-7th at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, Texas. For more information or to register, readers can visit http://ips.invensys.com/na06/ , call the Invensys Customer Visit Center at 508/549-6500, send an email message to cvc @ ips.invensys.com , or contact their local Invensys Process Systems representatives.

About Invensys

Invensys is the world leader in industrial asset performance management. In addition to its rapidly expanding Global Solutions and Performance Management services groups, Invensys’ automation businesses includes industry-leading brands such as Foxboro, Triconex, SimSci-Esscor, Wonderware, and Avantis, whose products are installed in more than 100,000 plants across the world. These range from small hybrid and batch plants to the world’s largest upstream projects, refineries, gas plants, petrochemicals plants, power plants, and pulp and paper mills. For more information on Invensys’ process automation businesses, please visit http://www.invensys.com/ps.

The Invensys Group (http://www.invensys.com) is headquartered in London and is listed on the London Stock Exchange, with approximately 30,000 employees working in 60 countries.

Invensys, InFusion, Foxboro, Triconex, SimSci-Esscor, Wonderware and Avantis are trademarks of Invensys plc, its subsidiaries, or affiliates. All other brands and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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