IAAE Essentials of Automation for Biomanufacturing (Online Course)
This new blended course has been vetted by industry experts at Merck and Genentech and is offered to industry, students, and job-seekers who are seeking to acquire essential skills in automation technologies.
Gaining access to the course is easy. To get started, follow these steps.
1. Create an Account at myIAAE.org
You have several options when creating an account, check them out below.
Become a Member
You can create an account by becoming a member of the IAAE. Membership includes discounted access to this course, future resources and additional member benefits. Membership is not required to access this course.
Membership Accounts are:
Register as a Guest Non-Member
You may create a Guest Non-Member Account which is free of charge. This option creates an account for you on myIAAE.org and allows you to access the IAAE Learning Management System.
Register as a NIIMBL Member Participant
Are you a student of a participating university? Select this option to create your free account on myIAAE.org. Check if you are part of a NIIMBL Institution by clicking here.
2. Enroll in a Course
Once you have created your account you can access the myIAAE Learning Management System. The LMS URL is https://iaae.mycrowdwisdom.com/. Your login for the LMS is the same as the account you just created for myIAAE.org.
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Hands On Course Information
If you wish to take a Hands On Course, you will need to complete the following 17 Modules of the Essentials of Automation for Biomanufacturing prior to registering for the Hands On Course. These hands on courses can be found listed on our Event Calendar.
17 Hands On Course Prerequisite Modules
010 Introduction to Automation for Biomanufacturing
020 Basic Process Instrumentation
030 Analytical Instrumentation
040 High performance sensors
050 Valve Actuation
080 Continuous and Process Control
090 Discrete and Sequencing Control
100 Batch Control
130 Control System Types and Architectures
140 Documentation for Automation Engineering
160 Programming Languages for Automation Systems
170 Visualization and Display
180 Network Configuration Principles
190 Introduction to Industrial Digital Field Protocols
250 Alarm Management
300 Good Automated Manufacturing Practice
320 Operational Technology Architectures
Online Course Details