PLC Training Seminar
Organization: Business Industrial Network
|Event Date/Time: Oct 21, 2014||End Date/Time: Oct 23, 2014|
What sets this PLC training apart from what other providers offer?
(Besides the fact every student takes home real PLC, Training equipment and extra learning material to continue their education?)
This training is not just a presentation, but real-world, hands-on with actual PLCs, learn only what you will actually use to save your time (more useful knowledge in less time). But the greatest differentiator of this PLC training from all others, is you are also taught relevant Best Practice, Safety and Reliability. You not only learn how to, but the best way to, the safest way to, and the most reliable way to work with PLCs. Also class size limited to 10. Resulting in maximum return on your training investment and minimum downtime while working with PLCs in your facility. Hurry and register, classes fill quickly.
Hands-On PLC Training Workshop (PLC: Programmable Logic Controllers). Start with basics move on to troubleshooting, then learn the foundations of good PLC programming while writing your first IEC-1131 compliant PLC program. (1.6 CEU) Thousands to millions could be lost by one little PLC in an electrical panel that you never even knew existed. But most importantly, damage to machine and personnel could result from improper training and management of your company's PLCs. Our PLC training reduces those company risks for you. You will receive extensive hands-on training with the lap top using RS Logix and your pick of the PLC5, or a SLC500 or a Micrologix PLC. Each individual is assigned a laptop and PLC to get hands-on experience all 3 days.
Hosted by ... Business Industrial Network
Targeted Audience ...
Maintenance, Maintenance Technician, Electrician, Industrial Electrician, Electrical Technician, Electromechanic Technician, Engineer, Engineering, Industrial Engineer, Control Engineer, Plant Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Instrument Tech, E/I, SCADA Technician, Controls Specialist, Process Control Technician, Service Technician, Field Service Technician, I&C Team Leader, Electrical Contractors, PLC Instructors, Electrical Instructors, Industrial Technology Instructors, Production Support Technician, Lead Technician, DCS Engineer, DCS Administrator, Water Treatment Specialist, Master Technician, Utility Technician, Technologist, Production Mechanic, HVAC Mechanic, Maintenance Superintendent, Engineering Manager, Project Engineer, Production Supervisor, IT Manager, Facility Service Supervisor