Programmable Logic Controllers
Introduction to Automation/PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers)
Basic knowledge of AC/DC circuits, digital electronics and industrial controls is required.
Comfort utilizing Microsoft Windows operating system recommended.
Who Should Attend?
• Industrial maintenance mechanics
• Automation technicians
• Energy management system operators in training
To be competitive in the global economy, manufacturing and service companies are examining ways to improve existing processes to become more efficient and reduce costs. PLC controlled equipment enables an organization to precisely fine-tune their operations by fully automating manufacturing processes that are currently performed manually. PLC controllers are used in energy management and monitoring systems (SCADA) to reduce electrical consumption and to network stand-alone industrial controls. Students will be introduced to basic system concepts of operation, industry terminology, dominant manufacturer brands and general product practical applications and uses. Students in this innovative training program will have the opportunity to use PLC workstations that will simulate real world tasks. Book and materials are included. (Note: Please bring a lunch - cafeteria is closed on Saturday.)
5.2 CEU. Cost: $1,585 (tuition $622, administrative fee $136, lab fees $517, book and materials fees $310)
January 21 - March 11
8 sessions / Saturdays / 8:30am-4pm*
*1 hour lunch
Instructor: Richard Vanderbilt
Beginning Mobile App Development with HTML5
Required: Some knowledge or prior experience with programming or web development
1.2 CEU. Cost:$299 (tuition $95, administrative fee $25, Lab Fee $179)
April 12 – May 3
4 sessions / Wednesdays / 6-9pm
Instructor: James Boyce
Registration Desk: 609-570-3311
Questions: E-mail us.
10 or more days before the beginning of a class: 100% refund
Less than 10 days before class start date: no refund
Credit card payments will be refunded to the credit card; cash and check payments will be refunded via a check from MCCC.