About this course
UEEIC0014 - Develop, enter and verify programs in Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition systems
This course teaches you how to create and commission a SCADA interface and can be delivered as an accredited unit of competency or a non-accredited short course (please note UEEIC0015 and UEEIC0013 are pre-requisites).
This course starts by creating a SCADA project, setting up communications to a PLC, then continues with configuring common graphical objects, SCADA tag creation, and developing plant mimics. Participants learn how the PLC program interacts with the SCADA system in order to animate graphical objects, generate alarms, and display trends. The course culminates by creating and commissioning a SCADA interface to a Skills Lab training platform to set scope of work.
This course has been mapped to the UEEIC0014 - Develop, enter and verify programs in Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition systems, 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.
Apprentices and Maintenance teams
Participants should have a foundation-level knowledge of electrical concepts and working knowledge of at least one PLC, or have completed the Introduction to Automation program.
You will cover:
Create a SCADA project
Set up communications to a PLC
Work through common graphical object use a SCADA tag creation
Modify a provided PLC program to suit new SCADA objects
At the end of the course, you will:
Create and commission a SCADA interface to a Skills Lab training platform to a set scope of work
Available in: Citect
In this 4-day course, you will learn how to create and commission a SCADA interface.
Available as standard or customised. Our SCADA course 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, ideally with 2 screens to work from. This online facilitated training operates at Australian Central Standard times.