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Online Training: Programmable Logical Controllers (PLCS)

Program and Troubleshoot PLCS

Most complex machines, especially large assembly lines requiring automation, rely on programmable logic controllers, or PLCs for short. A PLC is a solid-state device invented to provide electrical control to machines. The area of PLCs is growing rapidly and there is a demand for employees with the skills needed to program and troubleshoot PLCs; almost every industrial maintenance job demands knowledge of PLCs.

Flexible and Convenient

Online classes are self-paced, typically taking 60 minutes to complete.They are easily and conveniently accessible on desktops and laptops, and on tablets and phones with the Tooling U-SME app.

Effective Combination of Classes

The Programmable Logical Controllers (PLCs) training program offers a comprehensive overview of the competencies needed to program and troubleshoot PLCs in a manufacturing environment. This series includes the following classes:

  • Introduction to PLCs
  • Hardware for PLCs
  • Basics of Ladder Logic
  • Numbering Systems and Codes
  • PLC Inputs and Outputs
  • Basic Programming for PLCs
  • PLC Counters and Timers
  • Networking for PLCs
  • Hand-Held Programmers of PLCs
  • PLC Diagrams and Programs
  • Overview of PLC Registers
  • PLC Program Control Instructions
  • Math for PLCs
  • Sequencer Instructions for PLCs
  • PLC Installation Practices
  • PID for PLCs
  • Data Manipulation
  • Shift Registers
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