ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE TRAINING PROGRAM

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Basic Of Industrial Electricity

Gain a basic understanding of electricity generation and delivery. Most importantly, at the end, the major benefit of our Electrical Basics for Industrial Applications training program is to be able to find, understand, and fix electrical problems more easily, thereby reducing downtime.

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Electric Motors

Understanding & Troubleshooting

Participants learn the basics of electric motors including how to maintain and troubleshoot common problems found in the workplace. This course covers the operation and maintenance of AC and DC motors, including 3-phase, dual voltage and multiple speed motors.

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Electrical Motor Control Circuits

Troubleshooting

About 70% of the time is spent working, hands-on, at a troubleshooting station with motor control circuits (operating at a safe, low level of 24 volts). This is a basic course, without any prerequisites, that helps you develop a solid foundation to build your troubleshooting knowledge and skills.

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Fiber Optics

Participants of our fiber optic training program will be able to maintain your fiber optic network and learn the skills to minimize network downtime. Learn the ins-and-outs of design considerations and specification requirements. You will also work on budget/loss analysis techniques...

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Electrical Print Reading

Blueprints & Schematics

The electrical print reading training program covers the various types and purposes of electrical prints, and teaches the skills needed to interpret them properly.

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Industrial Electronics & Circuits

In this industrial electrical training participants learn the fundamental concepts, symbols and components of electronic circuits. Sharpen your troubleshooting skills to help reduce downtime of equipment. You will work with real world industrial components, circuits, and wire electronic...

ELECTRICAL AUTOMATION TRAINING PROGRAM

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Instrumentation & Process Control

Understand instrumentation and process control to become more valuable as your multi-skill set expands. You’ll spend approximately 50% of the time working with various instruments and controllers.

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PLCS Controllogix & Rslogix S7

Programmable Logic Controllers

Gain a solid understanding of hardware, software and communication concepts inherent to Allen-Bradley’s ControlLogix PLCs and Rockwell Software’s RSLogix5000 ladder logic programming software.

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Variable Frequency Drives (VFD)

In this variable frequency drive (VFD) training, participants learn proper design recommendations to ensure that your equipment is as energy efficient and safe as possible.

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PLCS Fundamentals

Programmable Logic Controllers

Focus on the fundamentals of PLCs from setting up communications to uploading and downloading programs to troubleshooting and modifying the system.

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PLCS Siemens Simatic S7

Programmable Logic Controllers

Siemens has very different programming and functioning from other PLCs. Focus on the fundamentals of Siemens S7-300 PLC from setting up communications to programming, uploading and downloading programs.

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PLCS Automation Systems

Programmable Logic Controllers

Participants learn how the PLC is integrated with operator interfaces (OIs), human machine interfaces (HMIs), and network I/O systems.

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Tuning DDC/Process Control Loops

Optimize your process with proper setting and tuning of DDC or control loops to increase quality consistency. Learn the process characteristics that become the basis for tuning the DDC or process controller. Practice different tuning methods to ensure control. 

 
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