These are some of the common questions we get about PLC training & PLC programming from students and aspiring engineers.
As a PLC programming beginner, it's important that you lay a solid foundation by starting with the basics of PLC hardware, software, programming, and troubleshooting.
Moving into intermediate topics, you will learn additional PLC instructions. Here you should focus on timers and mathematical computations. You'll also learn about different data types.
This PLC training book with help you learn everything you need to know to get a job. If you can confidently talk about the topics covered within this book you will come out above 90% of candidates. Many PLC programmers struggle with basic concepts, and yet that’s exactly what employers will test for.
PLC training courses are designed to teach you real-world skills through practical examples, in-depth explanations, and hands-on projects.