Date Venue Fee
09 Sep - 13 Sep 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
11 Nov - 15 Nov 2024 Luanda - Angola $ 5,950 Register Now
23 Dec - 27 Dec 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
About the Course

In our modern age of technology, controls and control systems are essential to make our lives more convenient, comfortable, well-organized, and effective. A control system enables equipment to operate effectively and gives the ability to change their actions (outputs) as time goes on and according to conditions or occupancies change. Control systems are devices and techniques used to monitor the inputs and regulate the output of systems and equipment. Other capabilities of modern control systems are energy management and safety. Such modern control systems are designed for efficient energy usage and to protect the health and welfare of people in or around the electric equipment or in the spaces they serve, and to prevent accidental damage to the equipment itself.

This Electric Control Systems training course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding, design, and analysis of modern control systems' basic types and configurations, which are electrical, electronic, and digital controls. Most control systems today use a combination of control system types and are more accurately called hybrid control systems. It will start with a review of the essential background scientific materials and automatic control theory fundamentals. Then, standard electronic and electrical circuits and devices used to control electrical systems are provided and analysed. Lastly, comprehensive design concepts and rules are explained and applied to HVAC systems that yield a workable, efficient, and flexible control system.

Core Objectives

This training course mainly aims to provide a comprehensive analysis and learning on the features, configurations, and design procedures of the basic types of modern control systems. Advanced electronic and electrical circuits and devices are also provided to control electrical systems, and several control techniques are used for an efficient design and successful operation. Further, control application guidelines are provided and applied adequately on an HVAC system to maintain a comfortable environment and perform economically under a wide range of operating conditions. 

The delegates will achieve the following objectives:

  • Develop skillful knowledge of Automatic Control Theory 
  • Analyse the characteristics of several electrical and electronic components and devices used in control systems
  • Design various control circuits and devices for flexible, reliable, and efficient performance of electrical systems
  • Evaluate the performance of different electrical, electronic, and digital control systems
  • Recognise the responsibilities of the various designers and contractors in the typical control system design and construction process
  • Implement the control application guidelines properly to implement workable and efficient control systems
Training Approach

This training course will comprise of various aspects of control, electrical and electronic components and devices as they impact electrical systems performance. It is designed to provide the delegates with a broad-based overview and an in-depth analysis and design of the modern control systems considering related standards and practical case studies that should increase the overall understanding of efficient operation and maintenance of electrical equipment. It will be conducted using power point presentations, lecture notes with interactive discussions, and feedback. An interactive session containing general discussions, feedback, questions, and answers is also carefully prepared and presented to review and clarify the daily topics to ensure that delegates have achieved the Intended professional objectives.

The Attendees

Likewise, it will be valuable to the professionals but not limited to the following:

  • Utility Users
  • Project Engineers
  • Electrical Supervisors
  • Industrial and Designer Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers and Technicians
  • Managers In-charge of Electrical Installations
  • Protection, Instrumentation, and Commissioning Engineers & Technicians
  • Power Plants Quality, Control, and Maintenance Engineers & Technicians
Daily Discussion


  • Transfer Function
  • Time-Domain Analysis
  • Transient and Steady State Responses of a Control System
  • S Transform
  • Z transform
  • Frequency-Domain Analysis


  • Control Terms and Definitions
  • Control Systems Configurations
  • Control System Performance Specifications
  • Control System Design Procedures
  • Test Waveforms used in Control Systems


  • Electric Control Devices
  • Electric Control Circuits
  • Features of Electronic Control Systems
  • Electronic Control System Components
  • Electronic Controller Circuits


  • Benefits and Challenges of Digital Control
  • ADC and DAC Converters
  • Electrical Logic Devices
  • Microprocessor Controller Configuration
  • Controller Software
  • Control Programming


  • HVAC System Characteristics
  • Psychrometric Chart
  • Control Application Guidelines
  • Control Methods
  • Control Modes
  • Control System Components