PLC Training Seminar: St. Louis
Business Industrial Network host quarterly best practice PLC training seminars for maintenance and engineering personnel. The PLC training seminar/workshop in St. Louis is conducted their leading expert on Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) troubleshooting, management and PLC programming best practices. (1.6 CEU)
This three day PLC seminar is based on the same onsite customized PLC training course used to reduce downtime in FDA regulated manufactures, Government Facilities and Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States. This PLC course is not just text book PLC instructions, but practical knowledge and case examples based on years of experience. All three days are hands on with real PLC, and each day builds on the previous day resulting in actual training of best practices, not just knowledge delivery. (Instructor roams the class to insure each attendee is properly trained.)
This PLC course will offer information your people will actually use out on the shop floor. A crash course in how to reduce downtime while working with PLC software. The 3rd day of this seminar is on commission a PLC (configuration) and writing an example of a best practice PLC program. As Business Industrial Network always encourages continuous improvement on education, every attendee is sent home with real PLC, PLC trainer, fully licensed PLC simulation software and about 1 gig of extra learning material.
The PLC Training Seminar Includes:
- Basic use of PLC software
- Most common ladder logic instructions
- Standard best practice operating procedures
- Troubleshooting with PLC programs
- PLC programming
- PLC security
- Intro to PACs
Customer Comment ...
"After your seminar, I feel very confident and working through the program and if I don’t know what something does, you have given me the tools to find out how they work and why. I’m sure going to tell everyone I can that this training is a must have if you have to deal with any PLC’s." - Ralph Adams (Leads Facilities Management Technician) Missouri Dept. of Conservation
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