About The Course

The Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Practical Training & PLC Troubleshooting Skills in Automation System course offers hands-on instruction in PLC programming, operation, and troubleshooting techniques for automation systems. Geared towards engineers, technicians, and automation professionals, this course covers the fundamentals of PLC technology, including ladder logic programming, input/output (I/O) configuration, and communication protocols. Participants will gain practical experience in programming PLCs, configuring input/output devices, and troubleshooting common faults through interactive lab exercises and real-world simulations. By the end of the course, participants will possess the skills and confidence to design, implement, and maintain PLC-controlled automation systems effectively.

Course Objective

  • Understanding PLC Fundamentals: Develop a foundational understanding of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), including their architecture, operation, and applications in industrial automation systems.
  • PLC Programming Techniques: Learn ladder logic programming techniques to create and modify PLC programs for controlling various automation processes, including logic functions, timers, counters, and arithmetic operations.
  • I/O Configuration and Device Integration: Gain practical skills in configuring input and output devices, such as sensors, actuators, and communication modules, and integrating them with PLC systems to interface with external equipment.
  • PLC Communication Protocols: Explore different communication protocols used in PLC systems, including Ethernet/IP, Modbus, Profibus, and DeviceNet, and understand their role in data exchange and network integration.
  • PLC Troubleshooting Strategies: Develop systematic troubleshooting strategies to diagnose and resolve common PLC faults and malfunctions, including hardware failures, programming errors, communication issues, and electrical problems.
  • Advanced PLC Applications: Explore advanced PLC applications, such as motion control, PID loops, data logging, and HMI (Human-Machine Interface) integration, and understand how to implement them to enhance automation system functionality and performance.

Course Schedule

No. Course Title Duration Schedule
1 Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Practical Training (Basic) 2 days 17 - 18 July 2024
2 Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Practical Training (Intermediate) 2 days 4 - 5 Sep 2024
3 Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Practical Training (Advance) 2 days 26 - 27 Aug 202
4 Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Practical Training (Advance) 2 days 29 - 30 Oct 204
5 PLC Troubleshooting Skills in Automation System 3 days 23 - 25 Sep 2024