PlantWeb University 

PlantWeb University makes learning easy and convenient 

PlantWeb University gives you an opportunity to explore topics in depth with white papers and downloadable courses whenever and wherever is most convenient for you. These materials make it easy to understand and evaluate new ways to improve project, process, and plant performance.

The Business School focuses on improving plant profitability. You'll learn how to improve plant efficiency for higher output and lower costs, how to reduce costs and increase availability by streamlining maintenance strategies, and how to improve profitability using the structured metric of Overall Equipment Effectiveness.

The Engineering School lets you explore leading automation technologies such as fieldbus, HART and wireless, how they deliver their benefits, and practical pointers for putting them to work in your own operation. Courses on safety instrumented systems also provide practical advice on engineering a system that meets your needs.

Please note that we have made some changes to PlantWeb University that include updated content, as well a new ways of viewing and interacting with the information. You will now be able to access the courses as downloadable PDF files. Some aspects of the PlantWeb University including the online quizzes, course-completion records, and related rewards program have been discontinued. While we regret any inconvenience these changes may cause you, we believe you will share our enthusiasm for the new, even more useful PlantWeb University that's coming.

What customers are saying:

“ The courses are very helpful and provide loads of knowledge. I actually enjoy the courses and look forward for new topics.”
“ Very good technical overview of the process digital world.”
“ Definitely worth the time spent. A lot of good practical tips and suggestions.”
“ I think everyone who is involved in the field or engineering should review the courses....”
“ The course contents are really helpful in understanding the concept of FOUNDATION fieldbus.“