About this course
UEEIC0015 - Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers
This course teaches you how to implement a PLC project from beginning to end and can be delivered as an accredited unit of competency or a non-accredited short course (please note UEEIC0013 is a pre-requisite).
This course begins by starting a PLC project from the beginning, including hardware configuration, configuring IO, and IO mapping. The course also incorporates analogue scaling, Add-On instructions, tag arrays, alias tags, good project structure, and looks at the 2 most common sequence control methods used by SAGE Engineers. The integration project involves programming and commissioning a Skills Lab training platform to complete a set scope of work using the 2 sequence methodologies.
This course has been mapped to the UEEIC0015 - Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers, unit of competency. It includes all formal assessments which must be successfully completed under supervision of a TAE qualified assessor in order to obtain the accreditation.
Participants should have foundation-level knowledge of electrical concepts and some working exposure to PLCs, or have completed the Introduction to Industrial Automation program.
You will cover:
Good project structure
The 2 most common sequence control methods used by SAGE engineers
At the end of the course, you will:
Program and commission a Skills Lab training platform to complete a set scope of work using the 2 sequence methodologies.
Available in: Rockwell Studio5000, Siemens TIA Portal, and Schneider-Electric Control Expert
In this 4-day course, you will learn how to implement a PLC project from the beginning.
Available as standard or customised. Intermediate Industrial Automation can be offered on a client’s site for a minimum of 4, and a maximum of 8 participants. You can also undertake this course through our cyber physical training capability, meaning you can be located anywhere with a good internet connection and ideally 2 screens to work from. This online facilitated training operates at Australian Central Standard times.