PLC Training Program covers the basic knowledge required to operate a programmable logic controller (PLC). Examines advantages of PLC’s installation, hardware requirements, peripheral devices, system operation and hands-on programmable to relay replacement level using industry accepted software.It prepares you to work in the rapidly expanding field of industrial automation and control. PLC technicians install and repair industrial electronic equipment (including input/output networks, data highways, variable speed drives and process control equipment) and write PLC programs for a wide variety of automated control systems, ranging from simple on–off controls to robotics. PLC Technicians also find employment in the industrial engineering field where they are actively involved in the design and implementation of PLC control systems.Industrial automation is providing jobs for technically trained people who can build, program, integrate, service, maintain and operate PLCs.
PLC Basics and Programming
Acquire the technical skills and knowledge needed to work with electrical control systems typically found in an industrial environment, design ladder logic programs and perform tests. Simulate the operation of real-world components, including motors, solenoid valves and a wide variety of other discrete and analog input/output devices.