Foundation Fieldbus program wins
awards for course, 'Faculty of the Year'

ANGOLA, Ind. – Trine University's Foundation Fieldbus Certified Training Program recently won two awards.

Trine's Foundation Certified Professional course FF400 was awarded "Course of the Year" and instructor David Lancaster was honored as "Faculty of the Year" by the Indiana Council for Continuing Education (ICCE). The awards were announced March 5.

Lancaster has developed the curriculum for both Foundation Fieldbus certified courses and numerous other custom Foundation Fieldbus training programs. He has been involved in Foundation Fieldbus technology since 1999.

"David's dedication to Fieldbus training along with his top teaching skills make him a great asset to Trine University and the Fieldbus Foundation," said Mersiha Alic, dean of Trine's School of Professional Studies. "He has been intensively involved with Fieldbus since 1999 and will continue to be dedicated to the foundation and his students."

Trine University offers Foundation Certified Professional and Technical Specialist courses, both in hybrid format (online plus four days of hands-on training in the Foundation Fieldbus lab at Trine's Indianapolis Regional Campus), providing students with more time for hands-on learning and savings on expenses. Trine is one of two locations in the United States to offer certified Fieldbus courses.

Registration deadline for the April 22-25 Foundation Certified Professional course has been extended to Monday, April 8. The deadline for the May 20-23 course is May 1. Tuition discounts are available to Fieldbus Foundation members, groups, and attendees of Fieldbus Foundation End-User Seminars.

For more information, course descriptions, or to view the 2013 course schedules, visit trine.edu/fieldbus.