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We are holding 3 identical forums to accommodate 3 broad time zones: one for the Americas in November, one for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in December and one for Australasia and the Far East (AFE) in January. Each forum will run for a number of sessions over 2 days. You will need to register for each day of the forum you wish to attend. Once registered, you can use that joining link to attend any of the sessions that day, coming and going as you wish. Please double check the timings for your own country’s time zone.

Please click on the appropriate link(s) below to register. As soon as we have verified the status of your TAP subscription you will receive your joining link(s), so please use your corporate email address to help speed up this process.

If your TAP subscription has expired, you will receive an invoice in your preferred currency which must be paid before we send joining links. Do take advantage of the "early bird" rates as detailed in our recent email and don’t wait until the last minute. To renew your TAP or pay the attendance fee, simply email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note: these forums are only available to customers of PPCL. To speak to us about how our software will get your plant running more efficiently, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Forum 1: Americas

DAY ONE: Wednesday 20th November
Click here to register: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3318736612238044163

Time     Agenda
GMT Pacific Mountain Central Eastern  
15.00 07.00  08.00  09.00  10.00  Introduction, strategy and directions
16.00 08.00  09.00  10.00  11.00  Customer-led discussion of CVE/CPM experiences.
We would love to hear from as many customers as possible. Please get in touch in advance to discuss your slot  
17.00 09.00  10.00  11.00  12.00  What are we working on?
We will reveal some of the development topics which are likely to be in future product releases and invite customer feedback. 
17.30 09.30  10.30  11.30  12.30  How can we help you? 
What's preventing you from using CVE or CPM more? This is your opportunity to raise any issues and concerns with our products with regard to support and initial and ongoing product training.
18.00 10.00 11.00  12.00  13.00  CVE Basic Training

Introduction to Geometric Process Control
An overview of applications of CVE and CPM and the objectives of this training. 
19.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 CVE data import for beginners
Data sources, planning, formats, assembling data, using quality data offsets, handling dates, plant historian interfaces, data export, handling invalid data.
20.30 12.30 13.30 14.30 15.30  Basics of data interrogation in CVE
Display, data and plot navigation and manipulation
21.30 13.30 14.30 15.30 16.30  Taking data interrogation further
Learning basic investigation skills (queries and focus).
23.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 18.00 FORUM ENDS


DAY TWO: Thursday 21st November

Click here to register:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4668160635938964995

Time     Agenda
GMT Pacific Mountain Central Eastern  
15.00 07.00  08.00  09.00  10.00  CVE Intermediate Training

CVE Optimization and Modal Analysis.
Box and Cluster variables, Pareto plot, targeting best operation, modal analysis, local optima.
16.00 08.00  09.00  10.00  11.00  CVE Batch Process Investigation
Joining batch process history and quality data, elapsed time in batch and phases, the Index variable, stage-wise/phase-wise analysis, time dependency.
17.00 09.00  10.00  11.00  12.00  CVE Abnormal Event Analysis          
Investigating individual events, identifying start-up/recovery and pre-cursor periods, defining disturbance-free operation, finding key leading indicators
18.00 10.00  11.00  12.00  13.00  CVE Process Reporting/Stewardship
Creating reusable dashboards with saved states, defining and incorporating leading and lagging KPI’s, quantifying achievement, automating CVE for report generation
19.00 11.00 12.00  13.00  14.00  CVE Alarms
Alarm management and rationalization, formats and importing alarm limits, basic alarm count and annunciation rate tools, Pareto plot, consistent alarm limits, before & after performance evaluation, consequential alarms, rate-of-change calculations, alarm performance prediction 
20.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 CPM Basic Training (suitable for intermediate and advanced CVE users)

CPM Basics
CPM navigation, model building and evaluation, OPC connections, applications and technology
21.00 13.00 14.00  15.00  16.00  CPM Event Prediction and Fault Detection
Building and evaluating event prediction and fault detection models
22.00 14.00 15.00  16.00  17.00  CPM Rollout
Applying CPM to your plant. Project planning, getting operations and engineering buy-in, operator roll-out and training. Wrap-up discussion.
23.00 15.00 16.00  17.00  18.00  FORUM ENDS


FORUM 2: EMEA

DAY ONE: Wednesday 4th December
Click here to register:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5643981603636739331

Time     Agenda
GMT Frankfurt UAE  
07.00 08.00 11.00 Introduction, strategy and directions
08.00 09.00 12.00 Customer-led discussion of CVE/CPM experiences.
We would love to hear from as many customers as possible. Please get in touch in advance to discuss your slot.
09.00 10.00 13.00 What are we working on?
We will reveal some of the development topics which are likely to be in future product releases and invite customer feedback. 
09.30 10.30 13.30 How can we help you? 
What's preventing you from using CVE or CPM more? This is your opportunity to raise any issues and concerns with our products with regard to support and initial and ongoing product training.
10.00 11.00 14.00 CVE Basic Training

Introduction to Geometric Process Control
An overview of applications of CVE and CPM and the objectives of this training.
11.00 12.00 15.00 CVE data import for beginners
Data sources, planning, formats, assembling data, using quality data offsets, handling dates, plant historian interfaces, data export, handling invalid data.
12.30 13.30 16.30 Basics of data interrogation in CVE
Display, data and plot navigation and manipulation 
13.30 14.30 17.30 Taking data interrogation further
Learning basic investigation skills (queries and focus).
15.00 16.00 19.00 FORUM ENDS


DAY TWO: Thursday 5th December

Click here to register: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4391616968878968323

Time     Agenda
GMT Frankfurt UAE  
07.00 08.00  11.00  CVE Intermediate Training

CVE Optimization and Modal Analysis.
Box and Cluster variables, Pareto plot, targeting best operation, modal analysis, local optima.
08.00 09.00  12.00  CVE Batch Process Investigation
Joining batch process history and quality data, elapsed time in batch and phases, the Index variable, stage-wise/phase-wise analysis, time dependency.
09.00 10.00  13.00  CVE Abnormal Event Analysis          
Investigating individual events, identifying start-up/recovery and pre-cursor periods, defining disturbance-free operation, finding key leading indicators
10.00 11.00  14.00  CVE Process Reporting/Stewardship
Creating reusable dashboards with saved states, defining and incorporating leading and lagging KPI’s, quantifying achievement, automating CVE for report generation
11.00 12.00 15.00  CVE Alarms
Alarm management and rationalization, formats and importing alarm limits, basic alarm count and annunciation rate tools, Pareto plot, consistent alarm limits, before & after performance evaluation, consequential alarms, rate-of-change calculations, alarm performance prediction 
12.00 13.00 16.00 CPM Basic Training (suitable for intermediate and advanced CVE users)

CPM Basics
CPM navigation, model building and evaluation, OPC connections, applications and technology
13.00 14.00 17.00  CPM Event Prediction and Fault Detection
Building and evaluating event prediction and fault detection models
14.00 15.00 18.00  CPM Rollout
Applying CPM to your plant. Project planning, getting operations and engineering buy-in, operator roll-out and training. Wrap-up discussion.
15.00 16.00 19.00  FORUM ENDS


FORUM 3: AFE

DAY ONE: Thursday 9th January
Click here to register: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3650215178758015491

Time     Agenda
GMT Perth Sydney Auckland  
23.00
(Wed)
07.00 10.00 12.00 Introduction, strategy and directions
00.00 08.00


11.00  13.00  Customer-led discussion of CVE/CPM experiences.
We would love to hear from as many customers as possible. Please get in touch in advance to discuss your slot.
01.00 09.00  12.00  14.00  What are we working on?
We will reveal some of the development topics which are likely to be in future product releases and invite customer feedback. 
01.30 09.30  12.30  14.30  How can we help you? 
What's preventing you from using CVE or CPM more? This is your opportunity to raise any issues and concerns with our products with regard to support and initial and ongoing product training.
02.00 10.00  13.00  15.00  CVE Basic Training

Introduction to Geometric Process Control
An overview of applications of CVE and CPM and the objectives of this training.
03.00 11.00  14.00  16.00  CVE data import for beginners
Data sources, planning, formats, assembling data, using quality data offsets, handling dates, plant historian interfaces, data export, handling invalid data.
04.30 12.30  15.30  17.30  Basics of data interrogation in CVE
Display, data and plot navigation and manipulation 
05.30 13.30  16.30  18.30  Taking data interrogation further
Learning basic investigation skills (queries and focus).
07.00 15.00  18.00  20.00  FORUM ENDS


DAY TWO: Friday 10th January
Click here to register: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/422975927909924611

Time     Agenda
GMT Perth Sydney Auckland  
23.00
(Thurs)
07.00  10.00  12.00  CVE Intermediate Training

CVE Optimization and Modal Analysis.
Box and Cluster variables, Pareto plot, targeting best operation, modal analysis, local optima.
0.00 08.00  11.00  13.00  CVE Batch Process Investigation
Joining batch process history and quality data, elapsed time in batch and phases, the Index variable, stage-wise/phase-wise analysis, time dependency.
01.00  09.00  12.00  14.00  CVE Abnormal Event Analysis          
Investigating individual events, identifying start-up/recovery and pre-cursor periods, defining disturbance-free operation, finding key leading indicators
02.00  10.00  13.00  15.00  CVE Process Reporting/Stewardship
Creating reusable dashboards with saved states, defining and incorporating leading and lagging KPI’s, quantifying achievement, automating CVE for report generation
03.00  11.00  14.00  16.00  CVE Alarms
Alarm management and rationalization, formats and importing alarm limits, basic alarm count and annunciation rate tools, Pareto plot, consistent alarm limits, before & after performance evaluation, consequential alarms, rate-of-change calculations, alarm performance prediction 
04.00  12.00  15.00  17.00  CPM Basic Training (suitable for intermediate and advanced CVE users)

CPM Basics
CPM navigation, model building and evaluation, OPC connections, applications and technology
05.00  13.00  16.00  18.00  CPM Event Prediction and Fault Detection
Building and evaluating event prediction and fault detection models
06.00  14.00  17.00  19.00  CPM Rollout
Applying CPM to your plant. Project planning, getting operations and engineering buy-in, operator roll-out and training. Wrap-up discussion.
07.00  15.00  18.00  20.00  FORUM ENDS
 

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