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This five-day workshop provides the basic skills and knowledge you need to work with the programmable logic controllers (PLCs) found in a typical manufacturing plant. The course begins with a review of relay logic, and then you'll learn PLC programming, including general logic, timers, counters, and math functions, followed by human-machine interface (HMI) programming. Each session includes one or more hands-on labs where you will practice implementing what you have learned on a self-contained PLC system.
PLCs used in this workshop are from Automation Direct, but the basic PLC knowledge and skills you will learn are easily transferable between PLC systems.
Training on your site: If you have multiple people to train from your facility, we can bring the training to you. For additional information on this option, please contact Debra Cochran at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (317) 388-5129.
Engineering and maintenance personnel, technicians, and others who need an introduction to or a refresher of PLCs and PLC programming.
Prerequisites: Attendees should have general technical competence and be familiar with Windows operating systems. Previous PLC and electrical experience is helpful but not essential.