MindsMapped Online SCADA, DCS and PLC Programming Training
- MindsMapped provides advanced job oriented hands on practical training experts in the field of Industrial Automation and Control Systems.
- MindsMapped offers Online DCS/PLC Training that help participants understand the core concepts of Process Automation, DCS, PLC, SCADA, MMI/HMI.
- On successful completion of this job oriented Control Systems training, candidates are ready to attend and succeed in interviews for DCS/PLC programmer positions.
- Online DCS/PLC Programming Training is conducted by qualified professionals who have wide range of experience and/or subject matter experts.
35 hours of Instructor led training
Industry based Project work
Life time access to Knowledge Base
Hands on Project Execution
Resume Preparation and Mock Interviews
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|DCS/SCADA/PLC Training for Beginners||7 Dec 2017||08:00 PM -10:00 PM EST||Mon - Wed - Fri|
Who is the online SCADA, DCS and PLC programming training designed for?
- Do you want to embrace one of the fastest growing technology in the world?
- Are you fresh out of school and need to know how DCS/PLC works in the real world?
- Do you want to build a career in evergreen Industrial Automation/Control System stream?
- Do you think your career in SCADA, DCS and PLC is too monotonous and want to add some color to it?
- Did you accept a Control Systems position and now you need to know how to perform well in the job?
- Have you been an SCADA, DCS and PLC Engineer for a while but feel like you need to be more proficient in some areas?
- Are you moving from a different platform to Industrial Automation/Control System platform?
- Do you need to have a clear understanding of the job functions and skills you need to have to shine as an Industrial Engineer?
- Are you looking for a course that keeps it simple and explains complex PLC programs in an easy to understand manner?
- Are you overwhelmed with the next step to take?
What would I learn at the end of the Course?
- Candidates would master the concepts of Process Industries, Machine Automation, and Control Systems.
- Candidates would understand the concepts of Basic Components of Automation, Hardware / Software classification of Automation concepts like – DCS, PLC, SCADA and MMI/HMI .
- Candidates would understand the concepts Basics of DCS, I/O Subsystem, Controller subsystem, Control/Supervisory Network, Layers of automation, Creating Control Strategies, Fieldbus system basics, HMI Subsystem, Graphics building, Trend/Historization of Process Parameters, APC.
- Candidates would also be able to understand - What are Process/Manufacturing Industries, Machine Automation, Role of automation in Process/Manufacturing Industries, Basics of SCADA, HMI Part, HMI Elements, HMI Building
- Candidates would be able to appreciate the ease of doing Basics of PLC, Different elements of PLC, Programming of PLC using 1131-3 Languages, Developing the PLC programming from Control Narratives, Forcing I/O's.
- Mock Interviews would be conducted so candidates understand the questions that can be expected in an Industrial Automation Engineer interview.
- Candidates will get a chance to work on various real-time projects.
MindsMapped Online IT Training Features
- Training courses are designed to ensure that attendees are knowledgeable on the subject to attend job interviews.
- Online training courses are based on real time examples and case studies to enhance the learning experience.
- Instructors ensure that online classes are lively and participative making learning a pleasure; our Instructors are experienced Industrial Automation professionals with knowledge of various plants like Oil and Gas Refineries, Petrochemical plants, Food Processing, Power plants and various other industries.
- Participants would be given with high quality assignments to gain hands on experience and prepare them to attend interviews confidently.
- Candidates would be provided access to high quality study material that would be handy on their jobs as well.
- Attend 35 hours of interactive online classes. Assistance with resume preparation is included in the course.
- Mock interviews and brush up sessions would be conducted until the candidates land in a job of their choice.
- There will be a quiz for each module that will ensure you understand the concepts better.
- You will have lifetime access to all documentation that comes with the course – study materials, assignments, case studies etc. on the knowledge base section of the website
- Classes are conducted weekday evenings and weekends for your convenience and you can attend the online training from your location.
- Attend an absolutely free of cost online demo class before deciding on the course.
Who conducts SCADA, DCS and PLC Programming classes at MindsMapped?
- Our Instructors are full time employees working as Architects, or Managers for Fortune 500 companies
- Our Trainers are passionate about teaching and conduct these sessions for MindsMapped
- Their experience and knowledge helps them bring real world projects and scenarios to the Industrial Automation classes
- Instructors ensure that online classes are lively and participative making learning a pleasure
Session 1: Industrial Automation
- Introduction to Industrial Automation/ Control System.
- Need for Industrial Automation.
- Layers of Automation.
- Introduction to Process Industries.
- Overview of Continuous & Batch Process.
- Role of automation in process industries.
Session 2: Process Control System
- Process Overview.
- Process parameters.
- Introduction of Process Control System (DCS, PLC, ESD,F&G)
Session 3: Field Instruments
- Introduction to Field Signals: Analog Input, Analog Output, Digital Input, Digital Output
- Basics of Field Instrumentation.
- Transmitters and Signal Types.
- Measurements of Process Parameters: Temperature, Pressure, Level, etc.
- Final Control Element and Positioners.
- Sensors and Switches.
- Actuators: Solenoid, Pneumatic, Hydraulic and Electrical Actuator.
Session 4: Programmable Logic Controller
- PLC basics
- PLC hardware
- PLC architecture
- PLC components
- Trouble shooting and fault diagnostics
Session 5: PLC Software
- PLC programming software(AB,Siemens)
- Ladder logic
- Addressing concept
- Programming instructions
- Trouble shooting and fault diagnostics.
Session 6: Distributed Control Systems
- Introduction to DCS System
- Architecture of DCS(ABB)
- Hardware of DCS
- Comparison between PLC & DCS
- Functional Block diagram
- Application of DCS
- Trouble shooting and fault diagnostics
Session 7: SCADA(Wonderware Intouch)
- Application of DCS
- GUI creation with objects like indicators, buttons, etc
- Data communication
- Archiving methodologies
- Handling alarms , events and Trends Scripting
Session 8: Mockup Interview Session
Session 9: Process Control Loops
- Introduction to types of Control Systems: Open Loop, Closed Loop.
- Types of Control Loops: Feedback Control, Cascade Control, Ratio Control, Feed Forward Control.
- Types of Control Modes: On- Off Control, PID Control.
- Overview of Advanced Process Control.
Session 10: Input Documents
- Documentation required to start a project
- How to validate the input documents
Session 11: Engineering Documents
- Importance of Engineering Documents.
- Documents contributing towards Engineering.
Session 12: Piping & Instrumentation Diagramw
- Introduction to P&ID.
- P&ID Legends &Terminology
Session 13: Resume Preparation
Session 14: Project Flowchart
- Introduction to PFD
- Basics of PFD
Session 15: Industrial Networking and Communication Protocol
- Basics of networking in Industries.
- Modbus TCP/IP
Session 16: Pilot Project
Frequently Asked SCADA, DCS and PLC Questions
- What is Industrial Automation?
- what-is-distributed control systems?
- What is PLC?
- What are the career options available for Control Engineers?
- What is Process-Flow in Industrial Automation?
- What is the Future of Industrial Software?
- What is the Future of Industrial Automation?
- What is DCS?
- What is PLC?
- What is SCADA?
- What are the benefits of getting SCADA, DCS and PLC training from MindsMapped?
- What is the best certifications for SCADA?
- What is APC?
- What is HMI?
- What is Signal Flow Graph?
- What is P&ID?
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