This 64-hour, 8-day training program is designed to familiarize entry-level electricians, equipment operators and
other skilled trades with electrical control fundamentals, electric terminology and basic troubleshooting
This 32-hour, 4-day training program is designed to familiarize electricians with industrial control components such as relays, timers, proximity switches, limit switches, sensors and other control devices. Participants will also work with protective devices such as fuses, circuit breakers and overloads. Participants will troubleshoot Ladder Logic circuits using a DMM (Digital Multimeter). Participants will also learn and work with Polyphase Circuits including single phase and three phase wiring of motors. Participants will then transition from troubleshooting hardwired ladder logic circuits to PLC Ladder Logic.
This 32-hour, 4-day training program is designed to provide maintenance electricians with a thorough
understanding of AC and DC motor construction, operation and variable speed control. Hands-on lab exercises
are used throughout the training program to simulate actual plant conditions. Course hardware will include
Variable Frequency AC and DC Motor Drive Workstations, Circuit Test Workstations, Oscilloscopes and
Multimeter test equipment. Hands-on labs will explain operation and troubleshooting of diodes, transformers,
SCRʹs, transistors and other electrical control devices.
This 32-hour, 4-day training program is designed to challenge technician’s troubleshooting skills. The training begins with an introduction to the Logix5000 Hardware, Software, addressing schemes and basic Ladder Instructions. Following this introduction is a series of Hands-on troubleshooting projects using real world interfaces such as conveyors, pick & place robots, remote I/O communications, Ethernet I/O and 1734 interfaces. The participants are assigned to evaluate and troubleshoot a series of equipment problems using a variety of scenarios. Each participant will be challenged to solve hardware problems, software problems, communication conflicts, and other issues that arise when troubleshooting PLC related problems.
This 32-hour, 4-day training program is designed to be the “next step” in building competence around the troubleshooting and maintenance of the Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Programmable Controller Systems. The first day is dedicated to reviewing and practicing the skills developed in our A-6000 class. This course will provide students with a deeper understanding of the topics covered in the Fundamentals class. Students will improve their troubleshooting skills by learning to program ladder logic projects from functional specifications rather than merely understanding ladder logic provided to them.
The course is designed to be a deep dive into the most common ladder logic instructions, a challenging approach to deciding which instructions to use in projects they create and meet the criteria spelled out in the hands-on exercises. This deeper understanding of the instructions and how they function will enhance the end users troubleshooting efficiency.
This 32 hour, 4 day training program provides students with hands-on experience using the advanced control
and diagnostic capabilities of the Allen-Bradley ControlLogix Programmable Controller and the RSLogix5000
programming software package. Application troubleshooting exercises are used throughout the course to give
students hands-on experience solving typical problems encountered in the factory.
This 32 hour, 4 day training program provides participants with hands-on experience in the troubleshooting and
maintenance of the Allen-Bradley ControlNet, DeviceNet and Ethernet communications networks. Hardware
and Software troubleshooting techniques are heavily emphasized throughout the course.
This 32 hour, 4 day training program provides participants with hands-on experience in the troubleshooting and maintenance of the Allen-Bradley Ethernet communications networks and Managed Ethernet networks using the Allen-Bradley Stratix 5700 Switch. Hardware and Software troubleshooting techniques are heavily emphasized through hands-on exercises during the duration of the training program.
This 8-hour 1-day training program is used by more NFPA 70E committee members. The training will provide the participant with a thorough knowledge of the dangers and recommended safe behaviors for those who work daily around electrical hazards. This course goes beyond the theoretical to give attendees a complete understanding of regulations regarding electrical and arc flash safety and how to apply them in real-world situations. The course also details differences contained in the 2015 NFPA 70E standard from the 2012 version. Our arc flash training is the most complete in the industry without spending hours reading through OSHA and NFPA 70E regulations. We digest the information critical to the electrical worker and safety professional and put it in a concept-based, adult-learner friendly format that makes it easy to understand, remember and apply.
This 8-hour 1-day training program provides electrical safety instruction for those who work on or around 1 to 138kV industrial high voltage systems. Working on or around these types of systems require the electrical worker to be qualified for the task and trained on the hazards. In this training, attendees learn what it means to be HV Qualified, the potential hazards, and what electrical tasks may only be performed by a qualified person.