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Allen Bradley PLC Programming Certification Training Course

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Course Overview

What is PLC certification?

The Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a form of industrial computer used in most manufacturing industries to automate processes. The PLC has been in high demand in recent times due to the peculiarity of its ease of usage and faster processes. The programming of PLCs come in different formats and languages. Each one enables the operation to become smoother and fit the need of each industry. Moreover, the application of PLC can be customised to fit into many work processes. This helps optimise processes through the power of automation.

This Allen Bradley PLC programming certification training course will provide the needed knowledge for creating and designing programs on PLCs for different functions in manufacturing industries. This Zoe training brings about a diverse range of subject matter on programming.

How long does it take to learn PLC?

Zoe training course provides participants with the required level of exposure to programming to successfully implement and maintain changes on PLCs, including the different programming languages available for PLC. The training course will also equip the participants with technical knowledge. Thus, the skills to manage any operational changes can be learnt within the duration of this course.

 Course Objectives

The objectives to be achieved through the training course are to ensure that the learners:

  • Have sufficient knowledge and understanding of how programming works with the PLC and its conversion to operational function
  • Build up skills as beginners who are new to programming or functional designs
  • Understanding the different programming languages available on PLC and how they can be used according to the different needs
  • We can select the most suitable approach that suits the need of different organisations based on their operations
  • Can design programmes that genuinely work on the PLC system
  • Are capable of implementing changes to existing systems to meet the organisation’s demand
  • Have the technical capacity to analyse and monitor changes across the system
  • Can maintain and troubleshoot the PLC system as and when needed

Training Methodology

The course curriculum is comprehensive, taking into account the learners’ current needs and focusing more on practical concepts. The course content is delivered using a relatable teaching methodology to allow learners to make the most out of the training. Furthermore, the training is conducted by experts and professionals who are conversant with the recent and added knowledge of PLC. This makes course participants enjoy a rich and well-delivered training.

Zoe Talent Solutions ensures a smooth transition between theoretical learning and knowledge to develop appropriate skills and utilisation. The Training solution can achieve this through the unique Do-Review-Learn-Apply learning model, which moves beyond the theoretical framework to a more realistic view. In addition, the course content provides enough engagement for participants to ensure the retention of information and its utilisation in real-life practice.

Organisational Benefits

Organisations that have their employees participating in the training will benefit the following:

  • An automated process for most operational processes of the organisation based on programming on PLC
  • Reduced time and human effort in completing processes. Organisations will have cost-effective methods for controlling complex systems
  • More revenue as a result of faster and more accurate automation for most day-to-day activities in the manufacturing industry
  • Improvement in the organisation’s operational process includes the design and diagnosis of processes
  • Ability to customise the PLC programming to suit each organisation’s peculiar needs and demands
  • Personnel who can apply relevant and recent modern PLC designs to improve the organisation
  • Better supervision and maintenance of organisational procedure while minimising system failure and increasing sophistication

Personal Benefits

Individuals are not left out of the benefits of the Allen Bradley PLC Programming Certification Training Course. They stand to have the following benefits:

  • Adequate knowledge about how the PLC runs and the different ways they can be applied
  • Have the necessary programming skills in handling complex processes with the PLC
  • Understand the major programming languages available for use on PLC and make the appropriate choices for different application situations
  • Technical ability to troubleshoot and correct any abnormalities observed during analysis and diagnosis
  • Ability to maintain organisational processes and create a blueprint of changes made to the system
  • Apply only effective methods that are highly functional and easily optimisable

Who Should Attend?

  • Beginners who are entirely new to programming or have prior experience and wish to improve on their knowledge and skills
  • Engineers which include the project design, commission and programming Engineers who have PLC implemented in their organisation
  • Technicians who are responsible for the operation of the manufacturing facility
  • Supervisors responsible for overseeing the work process and how it increases the industry’s output
  • Other professionals within or outside the industry are willing to learn and acquire knowledge

Course Outline

The course outlines the following topics that will be taught during the training course:

Module 1: Overview of PLC

  • Introduction to PLC
    • Different types of PLC
    • How PLC works
  • Introduction to automation processes
  • Using PLC hardware
  • Consideration for Design and Maintenance

Module 2: Allen Bradley PLC

  • Introduction to Allen Bradley PLC programming basics
    • Basic instructions for PLC
  • Logic gates using PLC programming
  • Logic control method
  • Sequencing method
  • Discrete process control
  • Boolean Logic Operators
    • Logic control elements
  • Relays
    • Relay Logic
  • Counter and Timer

Module 3: PLC Architecture

  • PLC Components
    • Processor Microprocessor
    • Logic operators
    • Computer interface
    • Local area network
  • Memory
    • Electronically Alterable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EAPROM)
    • Read-Only Memory (ROM)
    • Random Access Memory (RAM)
    • Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EPROM)
    • Electric Erasable Programmable ROM (EEPROM)
    • Programmable Read-Only Memory (PROM)
  • I/O Modular Plug-in periphery
    • DC Voltage
    • AC Voltage
    • Low level and High-level analogue
  • Power Supply AC power

Module 4:  Software Specifications

  • System Operating Software
    • Timing
    • Counting
    • Numerical calculation
    • Alarming
    • Communication
    • Data processor interfacing
  • Engineering and Configuration Software
  • Program Utilities
  • Software
    • HMI software requirements
    • CPU software requirements
    • Intuitive Graphical Design
    • Operator Console Function

Module 5: System Sizing and Loading

  • General Guidelines
  • CPU sizing
  • Memory sizing
  • Hardware specification
    • Power specifications
    • Process Interface
    • Input Module
    • Output Module
    • Remote I/O

Module 6: Comparators

  • EQU and NEQ instructions
  • Less than and greater than instructions
  • Test instruction
  • Masked Equal Instruction

Module 7: Program Control

  • Jump
  • Subroutines
  • Master Control Reset
  • Sequencer Output

Module 8: PLC Programming Languages

  • Ladder Diagram
  • Structured Text
  • Instruction List
  • Function Block
  • Sequential Function Chart

Module 9: Troubleshooting and Maintenance

  • System analysis
  • Diagnostic analysis
  • Troubleshooting
  • Routine check-up on system performance

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