2018 Training Directory - BT University

2018 Training Directory - BT University

2018 Training Directory - BT University

2018 Training Directory BT University

2018 Training Directory - BT University

Table of Contents Building Automation 5 Desigo CC Master Operator  Training Path 6-8 Insight Master Operator Training Path 9-12 PPCL Master Programmer Training Path 13-15 Field Panel and FLN Curriculum 16-18 Supplemental Training Courses 19-20 Web-Based Training Courses 21-24 Security 25 SiPass Integrated 26 Fire and Life Safety 27 Training by Management Station 28-30 Desigo Fire Safety Modular Training 31-33 Desigo Life Safety Training 34-35 Cerberus PRO Modular Training 36-38 Cerberus PRO Training 39-40 MXL Training 41-43 Additional Training Offerings 44 Certification Training 45 KNX Certification (GAMMA Lighting) 46 Training Enrollment Form 47 Notes 48 Welcome to BT University! 2 1

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Introduction to the Learning Environment In today's competitive market, a highly skilled workforce is vital for success. Our training offerings integrate best practices and new learning technologies to offer flexibility in maximizing your training dollars.
Instructor-Led Training with Hands-on Training Simulators
Web-Based Training
Virtual Instructor-Led Training
Customized Training Offerings
Onsite Training One in five workers do not have up-to-date professional skills* . Through training, keep current and help bridge the skills gap. Training Paths: Building the Bridge in the Skills Gap A training path is a road map that is your guide to lead you to master level skills.

Our award-winning training paths have been found to:
Improve productivity
Increase job satisfaction
Gain on-the-job confidence
Take the guess work out of class selection To start your journey, we have free web-based training offerings in the training paths. After you launch the course on ES Online, BT University assigns you a training path. ES Online, www.siemens.com/esonline, is our Learning Management System where you can access your training path, view your training history, locate upcoming classes, launch web-based training and obtain copies of your course certificates.

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Building Automation Training Offerings Key to the Graphic Symbols BT University provides a wide range of Building Automation, Fire and Security training classes to help you understand and manage your system and optimize its functionality. We are your partner in maximizing your performance to ensure you have the skills to provide superior building functionality. Through your learning journey, you will encounter a variety of learning opportunities. Instructor-Led Our classroom training provides an objective based curriculum and includes hands-on labs to allow students to practice with the Siemens hardware and software.

Our classes are offered nationwide and can be brought onsite to your facility. Virtual Instructor-Led The Virtual InstructorLed classes offer you a classroom experience but with no travel expenses and the flexibility to work around your schedule. The courses are taught using the GoToTraining software and can be delivered anywhere there is an internet connection.

Web-Based Our self-paced, webbased training allows you to select topics specific to your needs and set your own pace for completing the chosen courses. These courses are available through ES Online. Length ofan instructorled course in days Length of a virtual instructor-led or a web-based course in hours Click to request enrollment on ES Online or log on at www.siemens.com/ esonline Click for the full course description or go to www.usa.siemens. com/btuniversity Our robust curriculum is developed and taught by our team of factory certified instructors. Customized We have the ability to customize training to meet your specific needs.

Whether it is incorporating topics from multiple classes into one new class or using site specific examples, we will work with you to ensure you get exactly what you need.

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People spend about 90 percent of their lives indoors. Buildings are not just a place for working and living. They are the places where we spend our lives. "All around the world, buildings provide environments for people to do the things they want to do. Places to play. Places to learn. Places to work. Places to grow. Places to innovate. Places to succeed. We believe that the places we spend time in have a great influence on our lives. They affect how we grow, how we develop, what we achieve, who we become. We at Building Technologies work every day to improve buildings - and therefore people's lives.

We are creating perfect places. It is our inspiration, our vision." - Matthias Rebellius CEO Siemens Building Technologies BT University is your trusted advisor and partner in keeping your building energy efficient, safe and secure. You invested in your building to make it the perfect place for all occupants, let BT University help ensure you have the knowledge and skills to operate and maintain that investment. This book is your guide through the learning environment. Explore the offerings and contact us at btuniversity.i-bt@siemens.com for any of your training needs.

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Building Automation Training Offerings

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Introduction to Desigo CC ST 101 (Web-Based) Desigo CC Workstation I ST 9203 (Instructor-Led) Desigo CC Reports ST 500 (Virtual Instructor-Led) Desigo CC Workstation II ST 9254 (Instructor-Led) Desigo CC Refresher (optional) ST 501 (Virtual Instructor-Led) Desigo CC Master Operator ST 9273 (Instructor-Led) Desigo CC Take control of your professional development by completing the Desigo CC Master Operator Training Path. The Desigo CC Master Operator Training Path provides the critical knowledge to confidently make informed decisions when navigating through the Desigo CC Management Station.

Each class in the path builds upon each other ending with a capstone scenario based training class. Knowledge and skills assessments are part of the instructor-led classes to provide an opportunity for you to assess the knowledge gained during the class and prove your proficiency in operating a Desigo CC Management Station. For experienced operators, a testout is available for the ST 9203 - Desigo CC Workstation I class. The test-out is available at: www.siemens.com/esonline. $1950 $0 $450 $2195 $400 $1950 Hours Days Hours Days Hours Days Desigo CC Master Operator Training Path Building Automation 6

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Introduction to Desigo CC Course Code: ST 101 Target Audience For users who need an overview of the Desigo CC Management Station. Prerequisites None Description This web-based training course provides an introduction to the Desigo CC Management Station. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Understand how Desigo CC pulls together multiple disciplines
Understand the layout and workflow of Desigo CC
Use basic applications such as: Graphics, Event Treatment, Trending, Reporting and Scheduling Topics
Platform Design
Workflow
Applications Desigo CC Workstation I Course Code: ST 9203 Target Audience For users of Desigo CC whose role is to perform day-to-day operations on a Desigo CC Management Station.

Prerequisites None Description Learn how to monitor and control your Desigo CC Management Station through hands-on guided exercises and discussions. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Perform Event Management
Explain the workflow of Desigo CC
Navigate a Desigo CC graphic
Command and release points from a graphic
Manually collect trend data
Utilize Log Viewer to locate historical data
Run, execute, modify and save reports
Initiate Remote Notification Topics
Navigation
Event Management
Commanding from Graphics
Trending
Scheduler
Log Viewer
Reports
Remote Notification
Knowledge Assessment
Skills Assessment Desigo CC Reports Course Code: ST 500 Target Audience For users of Desigo CC who need to retrieve data from the Desigo CC SQL database and display it in a meaningful manner.

Prerequisites Completion of the ST 9203 - Desigo CC Workstation I course is recommended Description Learn to effectively use the Desigo CC Report application and its associated features. This course is comprised of three 90 minute sessions that are taught virtually. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Create a new report folder
Open an existing report
Navigate the report panes and explore various viewing options
Add graphics, trends or a log view definition to a report
Adjust report formatting to include font, layout and page setup
Generate filters for some of the more commonly used reports
Setup Report output routing
Execute reports as a PDF, Excel or CSV file Topics
Basic Navigation
Run a Report
Modify an Existing Report
Adjust Report Data Filters
Execute a Report Building Automation 7

Desigo CC Workstation II Course Code: ST 9254 Target Audience For advanced users of Desigo CC whose role is to create and modify graphics, security groups and user accounts. Prerequisites ST 9203 - Desigo CC Workstation I Description Building on Desigo CC Workstation I, you will learn how to build and modify system objects. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Modify intrinsic alarm settings
Create notification class objects
Modify an existing schedule
Build a system schedule from scratch
Modify an existing graphic
Use the evaluation editor
Understand how Desigo CC uses the address book
Create new users
Configure security settings
Use the log viewer to locate historical data
Modify a report
Create new scopes
Use scopes to control user access to system objects
Monitor an active remote notification
Configure contact and escalation rules Topics
Alarm Configuration
Scheduling
Graphics
Address Book
Users and Security
Log Viewer and Reports
Scopes
Remote Notification
Knowledge Assessment
Skills Assessment Desigo CC Refresher Course Code: ST 501 Target Audience For users of Desigo CC who need to refresh their skills on the current market package of the Desigo CC Management Station.

This course is optional and not required to earn Master Operator status. Prerequisites Completion of the ST 9203 - Desigo CC Workstation I course is recommended Description Refresh your knowledge on the Desigo CC Management Station. You will interact with a live online instructor and other students to work through realworld scenarios using Desigo CC. This course is comprised of two 2 hour sessions that are taught virtually. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Use various treatment options to acknowledge and reset alarms
Demonstrate how to command and release points
Create new and open existing trends
Configure the reports output definition to execute a report to a PDF file or an email
Modify intrinsic alarm configurations and create event enrollment objects
Build a BACnet object
Utilize Simple, Linear and Discrete Evaluations
Create Desigo CC Users
Create new and modify existing scopes
Create new and modify existing Remote Notifications Topics
Alarm Configuration
Graphics Editor
Trending
Reports
Scopes Desigo CC Master Operator Course Code: ST 9273 Target Audience For advanced users of Desigo CC whose role is to perform configuration changes and troubleshoot using the Desigo CC Management Station.

Prerequisites ST 9203 - Desigo CC Workstation I and ST 9254 - Desigo CC Workstation II Description Configure and modify applications within Desigo CC to increase your efficiency in monitoring and controlling building systems. Upon successful completion of the training path, you will earn Master Operator status on the latest Desigo CC market package. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Demonstrate automatic and non automatic symbol association
Create point properties on a graphic
Create graphical elements that appear and/or disappear on a graphic
Modify a template graphic for all TECs of the same application
Associate an object or a point to a document
Apply customer views related for divisions, roles or equipment
Perform database maintenance at the field panel level, project level and SQL server level
Use Desigo CC as a troubleshooting tool to identify an abnormal condition Topics
Troubleshooting
Graphics
Database Configuration
Conditional Trending
Reaction Processor
User Accounts
Security Groups
Custom Scopes and Views
Database Maintenance Building Automation 8

Insight Master Operator Training Path Insight Basics ST 102 (Web-Based) Insight Workstation I ST 6203 (Instructor-Led) Insight Reports ST 502 (Virtual Instructor-Led) Insight Workstation II or Insight Workstation II with BACnet ST 6254 or ST 7254 (Instructor-Led) Insight Refresher (optional) ST 503 (Virtual Instructor-Led) Hours Insight Master Operator ST 6273 (Instructor-Led) The Insight Master Operator Training Path provides information on the Insight Workstation platform that has been proven in the building automation industry for over 19 years.

Each class in the path builds upon each other ending with a capstone scenario-based training class.

Knowledge and skills assessments are part of the instructor-led classes to provide an opportunity for you to assess the knowledge gained during the class and prove your proficiency in operating an Insight Workstation. To help guide you to the correct path, if your building has Ethernet or P2 panels with P1 Terminal Equipment Controllers, then you should complete the ST 6254 - Insight Workstation II course. If your building uses a BACnet communication protocol, then you should complete the ST 7254 - Insight Workstation II with BACnet course. For assistance in determining the class to attend, contact BT University at btuniversity.i-bt@ siemens.com.

Insight $0 $1950 $450 $2195 $400 $1950 Days Days Hours Days Hours Building Automation 9

Insight Basics Course Code: ST 102 Target Audience For users who need an overview of the Insight Workstation. Prerequisites None Description This web-based training course introducescommonInsightapplications. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Navigate through graphic links
Display information text and alarm messages
Command a point from a graphic
Acknowledge an alarm
Add a point memo
Start the Report Viewer application
Run a report
Run a Panel Point Log Report
Customize the Insight main menu Topics
Graphics
Alarm Status
Main Menu
Report Viewer
Panel Point Log Screen Insight Workstation I Course Code: ST 6203 Target Audience For users of Insight whose role is to perform day-to-day operations on an Insight Workstation.

For experienced operators, a test-out is available at www.siemens.com/esonline.

Prerequisites None Description Learn how to monitor and control your Insight Workstation through hands-on guided exercises and discussions. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Treat an active point in alarm
Add a point memo and recognize informational text
Manage alarms from a graphic
Describe Distributed Digital Control (DDC)
Run a Panel Point Log report
Describe how commanding a point affects building operation
Interpret the operations of an existing schedule
Explain the differences between historical, dynamic and combined dynamic plots Topics
HVAC Concepts
Alarm and Network Messages
System Tools
Network Status
Point Evaluation, Command and Control
Trend Data
Scheduling
Dynamic Plotter
Knowledge Assessment
Skills Assessment Insight Reports Course Code: ST 502 Target Audience For users of Insight whose role requires knowledge of the reporting capabilities available at the Insight Workstation.

Prerequisites Completion of the ST 6203 - Insight Workstation I course is recommended Description Learn how to create multiple reports and how to leverage the data to increase troubleshooting and operational efficiency.

This course is comprised of three 90 minute sessions that are taught virtually. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Describe the what, where, how and why of Insight Reports
Run the following reports:
Panel Point Log
Panel Point Definition
System Activity Log
Panel Point Usage
Panel PPCL
Application Subpoint Display
Use the Insight Report Builder
Identify practical application of retrieved data Topics
Reports Overview
Panel Point Log
Report Builder
Running Reports Building Automation 10

Insight Workstation II Course Code: ST 6254 Target Audience For advanced users of Insight whose role is to create and modify points, graphics, user accounts, zones and events.

This class is for you if your facility has Siemens proprietary field panels. Prerequisites ST 6203 - Insight Workstation I Description Building on Insight Workstation I, you will learn how to build and modify system objects. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Use System Profile to edit the system architecture
Create and modify points
Put points into trend
Assign privilege levels to user accounts
Add objects to Access Groups
Create a logical series of links between dynamic graphics
Create a new Event and Zone
Describe features of Program Editor
Describe how Scheduler works
Backup and restore the system database
Utilize the System Activity Log to track system activity Topics
System Architecture
Points
User Accounts
Enhanced Alarming
Graphics
Event Builder
Program Editor
Scheduler
Database Utilities
Knowledge Assessment
Skills Assessment Insight Refresher Course Code: ST 503 Target Audience For users of Insight who need to refresh their skills on the Insight Workstation.

This course is optional and not required to earn Master Operator status. Prerequisites Completion of the ST 6203 - Insight Workstation I course is recommended Description Refresh your knowledge on the Insight Workstation. Students will interact with a live online instructor and other students to work through real-world scenarios using Insight.

This course is comprised of two 90 minute sessions and one 60 minute session that are taught virtually. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Identify the types of Insight Trend Reports
Demonstrate adding multiple points into trend using Trend Wizard
Discuss the fundamental relationship in Insight between points, zones, schedules and PPCL
Demonstrate how to schedule zones and events
Explain the functions of the Database Transfer Application
Demonstrate how to backup and restore a database using the Insight backup utility Topics
Trending
Equipment
Scheduling
Database Utilities Insight Workstation II with BACnet Course Code: ST 7254 Target Audience For advanced users of Insight with BACnet whose role is to create and modify points, graphics, user accounts, zones and events.

This class is for you if your facility has Siemens BACnet field panels or a combination of Siemens BACnet field panels and Siemens proprietary field panels. Prerequisites ST 6203 - Insight Workstation I Description Building on Insight Workstation I, you will learn how to build and modify system objects. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Use System Profile to edit the system architecture
Create and modify points
Assign privilege levels to user accounts
Create alarm messages and build BACnet notification classes
Use Micrografx Designer to create background graphics
Create a BACnet command object
Use BACnet scheduling to add a new calendar and schedule
Backup and restore the database
Utilize the System Activity Log to track system activity Topics
System Architecture
Points
User Accounts
BACnet Alarms
Graphics
Equipment Scheduling
Program Editor
Scheduler
Database Utilities
Knowledge Assessment
Skills Assessment Building Automation 11

Insight Master Operator Course Code: ST 6273 Target Audience For advanced users of Insight whose role is to perform configuration changes and to troubleshoot using the Insight Workstation. Prerequisites ST 6203 - Insight Workstation I and ST 6254 - Insight Workstation II or ST 7254 - Insight Workstation II with BACnet Description Configure and modify applications within Insight to increase your efficiency in monitoring and controlling building systems. Upon successful completion of the training path, students will earn Master Operator status on Insight version 3.15. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Create individual user accounts with assigned privileges
Verify system configuration and connectivity
Import and enable a PPCL program
Schedule zones and mode points
Import and enable a PPCL program to control the system
Create report templates and run reports to verify proper system operation and configuration
Create and modify graphics to monitor system operation
Create trend definitions and trend reports
Schedule recurring backups of the Insight database
Use Insight as a troubleshooting tool to identify an abnormal condition Topics
Troubleshooting
User Accounts
System Profile
Trending
Database Maintenance
Graphics
Database Operations Building Automation 12

PPCL Master Programmer Training Path Introduction to Control Programming ST 103 (Web-Based) PPCL Programming I ST 6304 (Instructor-Led) PPCL Programming II ST 6354 (Instructor-Led) PPCL Syntax Review ST 104 (Web-Based) Hours PPCL Master Programmer ST 6373 (Instructor-Led) PPCL Programming Learn Powers Process Control Language (PPCL) in simple and easy steps starting from basic to advanced concepts. Each class builds upon each other ending with a capstone scenario-based training class. To become a Master Programmer, you will need to complete the required classes in the training path. This training path is not based on a management station so if your facility uses PPCL, this training path is for you.

0 $2195 $2195 $150 $1950 Days Days Days Hour Building Automation 13

Introduction to Control Programming Course Code: ST 103 Target Audience For users whose role is to work with Powers Process Control Language (PPCL) and the Program Editor. Prerequisites None Description This web-based training course covers the flow and functionality of creating, editing and saving a building's control program. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Define a PPCL program
Define how a control program is structured
Identify the logical flow of a typical control program
Define the 5 steps of writing a control program
Navigate and perform multiple operations using Program Editor
Save and download a modified program to a field panel
Run a Panel PPCL Report for testing and troubleshooting a control program Topics
Program Editor
Building Automation PPCL Programs
PPCL Reports PPCL Programming I Course Code: ST 6304 Target Audience For users whose role is to read or develop PPCL programs.

Prerequisites ST 103 - Introduction to Control Programming Description Learn to develop and modify a PPCL program. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Create a decision table and flowchart for a sequence of operation
Use the five-step problem solving process to write PPCL programs
Use Datamate Advanced to access the Program Editor application
Run PPCL reports using the Report Builder application
Describe and use the features of Program Editor
Use various navigational tools in Program Editor
Write a control LOOP to modulate equipment
Use a dead band for cycling equipment on and off
Write PPCL code to command FLN devices
Use Report Builder to test and troubleshoot programs
Use the Point Monitor to monitor point commands by the PPCL program Topics
Programming Planning and Flowcharts
PPCL Syntax
Datamate Advanced
Program Editor
Point Control
FLN Devices
Troubleshooting
Skills Assessment PPCL Syntax Review Course Code: ST 104 Target Audience For advanced users who need to write or edit PPCL statements using proper syntax.

Prerequisites ST 6304 - PPCL Programming I Description This web-based course provides information on PPCL syntax and structure. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Use decision tables
Identify and interpret flowchart symbols
Define Resident Points
Understand use of local variables
Define Point Status Indicators and Logical Operators
Write PPCL statements for a variety of basic control strategies using proper syntax Topics
PPCL Rules and Guidelines
PPCL Statement Review
PPCL Composition Building Automation 14

PPCL Programming II Course Code: ST 6354 Target Audience For advanced users whose role is to create or modify programs using advanced program control strategies for energy efficiency.

Prerequisites ST 6304 - PPCL Programming I Description Learn to build and optimize PPCL programs to improve building efficiency and incorporate staging and rotating of equipment. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Modify system settings to support an Optimized Zone
Build a program to support an Optimized Zone (SSTO)
Modify programs to automatically rotate equipment based on a schedule or run time
Alter programs to ensure the proper number of devices are operating at any given time
Adjust LOOP gains to ensure efficient equipment performance
Modify an existing program to use the Adaptive Loop Control
Add programming code to determine the optimum position of the outside air dampers based on enthalpy
Design a program to control a variable volume air handler Topics
Ramping
Rotating Equipment
Staging Equipment
Cascading and Floating Loops
Adaptive Control
Enthalpy Optimization
Peak Demand Limiting
VAV Control
Start/Stop Time Optimization
Skills Assessment PPCL Master Programmer Course Code: ST 6373 Target Audience For advanced users whose role is to troubleshoot and to implement programming strategies.

Prerequisites ST 6304 - PPCL Programming I and ST 6354 - PPCL Programming II Description This course provides complex PPCL programming scenarios for you to read, troubleshoot and correct. Upon successful completion of the training path, students will earn Master Programmer status.

Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Troubleshoot and correct an air handler control strategy
Implement control strategies based on a sequence of operations
Identify ways to improve existing control strategies
Discuss multiple options for staging and rotating the equipment
Daily
Weekly
Totalization
Fail Safe
Develop and test a chiller and secondary equipment staging and rotating program Topics
Troubleshooting
Control Strategies
Staging and Rotating
Sequencing of Equipment
PPCL Scenarios
Datamate Advanced Building Automation 15

Field Panel and FLN Curriculum Introduction to Terminal Equipment Controllers ST 105 (Web-Based) Field Panel and FLN Operations ST 5504 (Instructor-Led) PXC-Modular Field Panel and TX-I/O ST 106 (Web-Based) DXR and ABT Site Training Contact BT University for DXR and ABT Site training offerings BACnet Field Panel Web Server ST 7454 (Instructor-Led) $0 $50 $2195 $2195 Days Days Hours Hours Hardware The Field Panel and FLN Curriculum teaches how to use software tools to communicate to the devices at a local level. For assistance in determining the class to attend, contact BT University at btuniversity.i-bt@ siemens.com.

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Introduction to Terminal Equipment Controllers Course Code: ST 105 Target Audience For users whose role is to monitor, interpret and command Terminal Equipment Controllers (TECs) direct connection subpoint data. Prerequisites None Description This web-based training course explains the basic operation, interaction and function of a TEC. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
State the purpose of TECs
Describe the physical components of a TEC
Describe how to communicate with a TEC locally
Describe the different types of subpoints
Set a minimum and maximum room temperature setpoint
Trace the generation of the temperature control setpoint Topics
TEC Basics
TEC Components
TEC Subpoints
Datamate Base Operations
TEC Operations PXC-Modular Field Panel and TX-I/O Course Code: ST 106 Target Audience For users whose role is to work with the PXC-Modular Field Panel.

Prerequisites None Description This web-based training course explains the operation and features of the PXCModular Field Panel. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Identify hardware components
Describe how to expand the point count of the PXC-Modular field panel
Describe the power requirements of the PXC-Modular field panel
Identify the available options
Identify the features that the PXC-Modular field panel supports on the system architecture
Describe the TX-I/O point modules and their use Topics
PXC Modular Series Product Overview
APOGEE Automation Networking
Principles of PXC Modular Operation
TX-I/O Product Line Field Panel and FLN Operations Course Code: ST 5504 Target Audience For users whose role is to control and monitor building control systems from field panels and Terminal Equipment Controllers.

Prerequisites ST 105 - Introduction to Terminal Equipment Controllers Description Learn to monitor, control and configure building automation systems locally from field panels and FLN devices using Datamate Advanced. A scenario-based skills assessment at the end of the course allows you to put into practice the knowledge you have learned. This course covers proprietary and BACnet protocols. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Communicate with ALN and FLN devices
Create and command points at the ALN level
Identify the three types of subpoints in a Terminal Equipment Controller
Display FLN subpoint information at the field panel Topics
Datamate Advanced Field Panel
Terminal Emulation
System Profile
Database Operations
Point Operations
FLN Hardware
Knowledge Assessment
Skills Assessment Building Automation 17

BACnet Field Panel Web Server Course Code: ST 7454 Target Audience For users whose role is to use Siemens BACnet Field Panel Web Server to interface with BACnet field panels. Prerequisites None Description Learn to navigate and edit BACnet field panel databases using Field Panel Web Server. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Identify the required hardware that supports the BACnet Web Server
Navigate through Siemens Launch Pad
Utilize the status bar and navigation pane interfaces and device/points icons and messages
Create, edit and assign a Notification Class object
Create and modify various point types
Utilize Dynamic Trending and Command Priority Array
Create a BACnet calendar object, a command object and a schedule object
Describe how to compile and debug a program
Utilize the FLN Device Editor to view and add FLN devices to the network
View, backup and restore a field panel and FLN device
Create and edit ALN User Accounts Topics
BACnet Field Panel Web Server
User Interface Applications
Notification Classes
Point Editor
Point Commander
Schedule/Command Object/ Calendar View
PPCL Editor
System Configuration Building Automation 18

Supplemental Training Courses Fume Hood and Laboratory Room Controls ST 6704 (Instructor-Led) InfoCenter Suite ST 6523 (Instructor-Led) Advanced Graphics ST 6603 (Instructor-Led) $1950 $1950 $2195 Days Days Days InfoCenter Suite Course Code: ST 6523 Target Audience For users whose role is to administer the data collected by an Insight system using InfoCenter Suite software. Prerequisites None Description Learn to archive, manage and retrieve large amounts of building automation system data for validation compliance and management reporting.

Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Explain how InfoCenter data is generated by an Insight system
Mount and dismount volumes
Create point groups
Annotate and modify point values
Identify the different point types and their properties
Import and export system data
Archive and purge system data
Create customized reports
Run reports manually or by a schedule Topics
System Architecture
InfoCenter Administrator
InfoCenter Points
InfoCenter Data
InfoCenter Report Manager Building Automation 19

Advanced Graphics Course Code: ST 6603 Target Audience For users whose role includes updating graphics on the Insight Workstation to match their current equipment layout. Prerequisites ST 6203 - Insight Workstation I Description Learn to develop and modify cliparts, air handler and chiller backgrounds and incorporate the Enhanced Graphics Option (EGO) features into new or existing graphics. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Use Micrografx Designer to create and edit background graphics and clipart files
Access and use the Navigator Library
Add or remove Version 2 clipart files to a background
Use the Graphics features of Insight to create dynamic graphics
Insert animation on a background graphic
Create Enhanced Graphic Objects such as; pie charts, bar charts and angular gauges
Make the Enhanced Graphic object commandable
Import an existing graphic
Incorporate changes to an existing graphic Topics
Micrografx Designer
Navigator Library
Insight Graphics
Enhanced Graphic Options (EGO)
Modify an Existing Graphic Fume Hood and Laboratory Room Controls Course Code: ST 6704 Target Audience For users whose role is to monitor laboratory controls using an Insight Workstation.

Prerequisites None Description Learn to monitor and control laboratory spaces through hands-on guided exercises and discussions. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Identify components of a Fume Hood and Siemens Fume Hood Controls
Interpret the readings on an Operator Display Panel
Describe how a LCM-OAVS controls room pressurization, ventilation and temperature
Describe the sequence of operation for the Siemens Room Condition Monitor (SRCM) and Room Pressure Monitor
Use the Insight workstation to monitor and command subpoints
Setup and identify supervised points Topics
Fume Hood Control Strategy
Lab Room Control Strategy
Room Pressurization Control and Monitoring
Accessing Information
Compliance Support Option Building Automation 20

Web-Based Training Courses Insight Scheduler ST 107 (Web-Based) Insight Trending ST 108 (Web-Based) Remote Notification ST 110 (Web-Based) Introduction to Desigo CC ST 101 (Web-Based) Insight Basics ST 102 (Web-Based) Introduction to Terminal Equipment Controllers ST 105 (Web-Based) PXC-Modular Field Panel ST 106 (Web-Based) Fume Hood and Laboratory Room Controllers ST 109 (Web-Based) Introduction to Control Programming ST 103 (Web-Based) $0 $0 $0 $50 $50 $50 $50 $0 $50 Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours Hours PPCL Syntax Review ST 104 (Web-Based) $150 Hours MBC-RBC Interactive Technical Manual ST 111 (Web-Based) $0 Hours Building Automation 21

Introduction to Desigo CC Course Code: ST 101 Target Audience For users who need an overview of the Desigo CC Management Station. Description This web-based training course provides an introduction to the Desigo CC Management Station. Topics
Platform Design
Workflow
Applications Insight Basics Course Code: ST 102 Target Audience For users who need an overview of the Insight Workstation. Description The web-based training course introduces common Insight applications. Topics
Graphics
Alarm Status
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Report Viewer
Panel Point Log Screen Introduction to Control Programming Course Code: ST 103 Target Audience For users whose role is to work with PPCL and the Program Editor.

Description The web-based training course covers the flow and functionality of creating, editing and saving a building's control program.

Topics
Program Editor
Building Automation PPCL Programs
PPCL Reports Our self-paced web-based training allows you to select topics specific to your needs and set your own pace for completing the chosen courses. All course material can be accessed on ES Online: www.siemens.com/esonline. Building Automation 22

Introduction to Terminal Equipment Controllers Course Code: ST 105 Target Audience For users whose role is to monitor, interpret and command Terminal Equipment Controllers (TECs) direct connection subpoint data. Description The web-based training course explains the basic operation, interaction and function of a TEC.

Topics
TEC Basics
TEC Components
TEC Subpoints
Datamate Base Operations
TEC Operations PPCL Syntax Review Course Code: ST 104 Target Audience For advanced users who need to write or edit PPCL statements using proper syntax.

Description The web-based training course provides information on PPCL syntax and structure. Topics
PPCL Rules and Guidelines
PPCL Statement Review
PPCL Composition PXC-Modular Field Panel and TX-I/O Course Code: ST 106 Target Audience For users whose role is to work on the PXC-Modular Field Panel. Description The web-based training course explains the operation and features of the PXCModular Field Panel. Topics
PXC Modular Series Product Overview
APOGEE Automation Networking
Principles of PXC Modular Operation
TX-I/O Product Line Insight Scheduler Course Code: ST 107 Target Audience For users whose role is to control buildings using the Insight Scheduler application.

Description This web-based training course teaches the terms and concepts of the scheduler application, how to schedule an event and zone, how to populate and schedule a replacement day, how to override an event schedule and how to schedule trend collections and reports. Topics
Scheduler Navigation
Creating a Schedule
Modifying a Schedule
Overriding a Schedule
Adding Trend Collections, Reports, Events and Zones to a Schedule Insight Trending Course Code: ST 108 Target Audience For users whose role is to place points into trend using the Insight Workstation. Description The web-based training course will demonstrate how to place a point into trend and examine trend data using multiple Insight Applications.

Topics
Trend Concepts
Trend Types
Trend Definitions
Trend Collection Methods
Trend Data Detail Report
Scheduling Trend Reports Fume Hood and Laboratory Room Controllers Course Code: ST 109 Target Audience For users whose role is to control fume hoods in a laboratory using the Insight Workstation.

Description The web-based training course explains the basic components of a fume hood and the operations of the controllers. Topics
Fume Hood Components
Operator Display Panel (ODP)
Fume Hood Controller
Room Control Building Automation 23

MBC-RBC Interactive Technical Manual Course Code: ST 111 Target Audience For users whose role requires technical knowledge of the MBC and RBC field panels. Description The web-based training course is an interactive technical manual that provides detailed information on the MBC and RBC field panels for quick reference on the job.

Topics
Enclosure Box
Internal Components
Open Processor
Power Modules
Point Termination Modules Remote Notification (RENO) Course Code: ST 110 Target Audience For users whose role is to configure or operate the RENO feature within the Insight Workstation.

Description The web-based training course addresses all aspects of the RENO feature in the Insight Workstation from configuring a system setting to setting up a point for remote notification. Topics
System Requirements
System Settings
Creating Contacts
Escalation Lists
Scheduling
Point Setup
Heartbeat Building Automation 24

Security Training Offerings

Security Training Offerings SiPass Access Control ST 4203 (Instructor-Led) SiPass Extended Operations ST 4254 (Instructor-Led) Days $1650 $2195 Days SiPass Access Control Course Code: ST 4203 Target Audience For users whose role is to operate and administer a SiPass Integrated system.

Prerequisites None Description Learn to navigate SiPass Integrated menus and toolbars, cardholder access privileges and define time schedules and holidays. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Review basic SiPass Integrated graphical user interface (GUI) functions
Configure offline access mode
Create and modify work groups, access groups and access levels
Use the Find and Group buttons Topics
Introduction to SiPass Integrated Access Control System
SiPass Integrated Advanced Functions
Operator Cardholder Administration and Access Control
SiPass Integrated Hardware
SiPass Integrated Alarming
SiPass Integrated Reporting and Customized Reports SiPass Extended Operations Course Code: ST 4254 Target Audience For advanced users whose role is to operate and administer a SiPass Integrated system.

Prerequisites ST 4203 - SiPass Access Control Description Learn advanced SiPass Integrated functions and features, event task programming and system component definitions. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Create and implement Site Plans and Graphics
Configure and implement Mifare Encoding
Perform Alarm Class customization
Create and modify customized transaction logs
Create customized, automated and actionable reports Topics
Review of the SiPass Integrated Access Control System
SiPass Integrated Advanced Tasks
Advanced SiPass Programming
SiPass Integrated Alarming
Extended SiPass Integrated Reporting and Customized Reports Security 26

Fire and Life Safety Training Offerings

Training by Management Station NCC - Network Command Center for Desigo Fire Safety Modular FIS 4334 (Instructor-Led) NCC - Network Command Center for Cerberus PRO Modular FIS 4534 (Instructor-Led) Desigo CC Fire Installation and Startup Management Station FIS 4115 (Instructor-Led) Cerberus DMS Fire Installation and Startup Management Station FIS 4505 (Instructor-Led) Days Introduction to Desigo CC Fire Safety Management Station FIS 411 (Web-Based) Cerberus DMS Overview FIS 450 (Web-Based) Hours $100 $2500 $1715 $100 $2500 $1715 Days Days Days Hours Management stations provide centralized monitoring and control of fire safety systems.

We offer training on the three platforms; Desigo CC Fire Safety Management, Cerberus Danger Management System (DMS) and the Network Command Center (NCC). All classes provide hands-on training to ensure users are provided with common workflows to monitor vital fire and life safety systems. Management Station Training Fire Safety 28

Desigo CC Fire Installation and Startup Management Station Course Code: FIS 4115 Target Audience For users whose role is to engineer, install or maintain a Desigo CC Management Station. Prerequisites FIS 411 - Introduction to Desigo CC Fire Safety Management Description Learn to monitor and control a Desigo or Desigo Fire Safety Modular system using the Desigo CC Fire Safety Management Station. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Explain and install the Desigo CC system and software
License a dongle
Describe the Graphical User Interface
Create a User-Defined and a Physical View
Create, edit and delete scopes and macros
Create customized reports
Create and modify layered graphics
Create security groups and user accounts
Create, import and modify X-NET and BACnet networks Topics
License Management Console (LMC)
System Management Console (SMC)
UL Template Project
User Interface
Working with Views
Event Treatment
Graphics
User Administration
Macros/Reactions
Reports Printing
Licensing Introduction to Desigo CC Fire Safety Management Station Course Code: FIS 411 Target Audience For users whose role requires an understanding of the Desigo CC Fire Safety Management Station.

Prerequisites None Description This web-based course introduces the Desigo CC Fire Safety Management Station. You will learn the features of the management station and the benefits of using Desigo CC to control a Desigo or Desigo Fire Safety Modular system.

Topics
Key Features of Desigo CC
Characteristics of this Full-Featured Management Station
Desigo CC Workflow NCC - Network Command Center for Desigo Fire Safety Modular Course Code: FIS 4334 Target Audience For users whose role is to engineer, install or maintain a NCC for Desigo Fire Safety Modular system. Prerequisites None Description Learn to identify NCC system types, discuss hardware configuration, import X-NET and WAN databases and graphics, setup system profiles and monitor and control a Desigo Fire Safety Modular system using NCC.

Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Configure all the appropriate components for both X-NET and WAN topologies
Install and license the NCC software
Import and edit graphics in the NCC
Create and execute macros
Create and modify Simple and Log-on Passwords Topics
Topology
Hardware Installation
Software Installation
X-NET and WAN Configurations
Graphics
Macros
User Accounts Fire Safety 29

Cerberus DMS Overview Course Code: FIS 450 Target Audience For users whose role requires an understanding of the Cerberus DMS Management Station. Description This web-based course introduces the Cerberus DMS Management Station. You will learn the features of the management station and the benefits of using Cerberus DMS to control a Cerberus PRO or Cerberus PRO Modular system. Topics
Key features of Cerberus DMS
Characteristics of this full-featured management station
Cerberus DMS Workflow Cerberus DMS Fire Installation and Startup Management Station Course Code: FIS 4505 Target Audience For users whose role is to engineer, install or maintain a Cerberus DMS Management Station.

Prerequisites FIS 450 - Cerberus DMS Overview Description Learn to monitor and control a Cerberus PRO or Cerberus PRO Modular system using the Cerberus DMS Management Station. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Explain and install the Cerberus DMS system and software
License a dongle
Describe the Graphical User Interface
Create a User-Defined and a Physical View
Create, edit and delete scopes and macros
Create customized reports
Create and modify layered graphics
Create security groups and user accounts
Create, import and modify X-NET and BACnet networks Topics
Product Overview
Software Installation
License Management Console (LMC)
System Management Console (SMC)
UL Template Project
User Interface
Working with Views
Event Treatment
Graphics
User Administration
Macros/Reactions
Reports Printing
Licensing NCC - Network Command Center for Cerberus PRO Modular Course Code: FIS 4534 Target Audience For users whose role is to engineer, install or maintain a NCC for Cerberus PRO Modular system.

Prerequisites None Description Learn to identify NCC system types, discuss hardware configuration, import X-NET and WAN databases and graphics, setup system profiles and monitor and control a Cerberus PRO Modular system using NCC. Objectives Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Configure all the appropriate components for both XNET and WAN topologies
Install and license the NCC software
Import and edit graphics in the NCC
Create and execute macros
Create and modify Simple and Log-on Passwords Topics
Topology
Hardware Installation
Software Installation
X-NET and WAN Configurations
Graphics
Macros
User Accounts Fire Safety 30