EAL Recognised PLC training courses provided to reduce downtime
Providing online and hands-on PLC programming training courses to all major industries, worldwide.
Working with Siemens, Allen Bradley, Omron, Mitsubishi and Schneider PLCs. See how we could help you or your employees become pro-efficient when working with Live PLC and SCADA Automation Systems in industry.
Scantime Automation awarded major process refurbishment contract
105 Remote IO Stations, 1200+ IO devices, PLCs, HMIs, Drives and Control Panels.
We're proud to annouce that we have been awarded a contract to refurbish a client’s aging production line to help cope with demand. Schneider have been chosen by Scantime to supply their PAC Systems and HMIs.
Why Choose Scantime for your Automation Solutions and PLC Training Needs
"In 2004, I founded Scantime Engineering Ltd. and began utilising my 35 years of experience in Industry to provide PLC/SCADA Training and Automation Services to individuals and companies worldwide with my the help of my Scantime team.
To date, I'm proud to say that we are now working closely with EAL, Tyne Metropolitan College, AIS Training Group, TTE Technical Training and Mitsubishi in the hopes to raise the skill levels of Engineers, making Industry a safer and more efficient place to work.
Scantime's PLC & SCADA training courses are available online, at our training centre and onsite at your place of work." - David Simm, Managing Director
Today’s industrial manufacturing processes are controlled by the PLC (Programmable Logic Controller), and engineers who work in industry or who are trying to secure jobs in industry, are expected to know how to work with a PLC, whether it’s a Siemens, Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi, Omron or Keyence PLC.
When a production process stops working, engineers in critical situations use the PLC program to locate the cause of the fault. Engineer’s are expected to be able to connect to the PLC, locate specific areas of the program, monitor the Program and work out where the missing signals are, which has caused the process to stop working.
Engineer’s are also expected to make minor modifications correctly and safely to a program to overcome problems that cannot be quickly rectified, these actions are standard practice for PLC engineers to help reduce downtime and get production back up and running.
Engineers who strengthen their skills in this area gain the benefits of increased income and job security.
PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) Programming courses are available online, at our training centre and onsite at your place of work.
Available to anyone worldwide, you can now gain professional PLC Programming skills using Siemens PLCs, Allen Bradley PLCs, Mitsubishi PLCs, Omron PLCS, Schneider PLCs or Keyence PLCs, from ourselves who work in industry.
If you are someone who does not have sufficient Programmable Logic Controller skills, you can gain this experience by enrolling onto our most popular online training course, the PLC Programming Series. This course teaches you how to Read and Write PLC Programs and how to work with real PLC hardware and software, learn now.
Realise your potential today and start improving your career and future by gaining professional PLC Programming and SCADA Programming skills.
At Scantime, we aren't just PLC Programming trainers, we are Industrial Control Designers with over 45 years of experience, using Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), HMI and SCADA. We provide our expertise to companies who work in the Offshore Oil & Gas Industries, Aerospace and Automotive Production, Food & Drink Processing, Battery and Electronic Manufacture, Pharmaceutical Development, Airport Power Generation and other key industries, worldwide.
Our Automation Dept. specialise in PLC & SCADA/HMI Design and Development to IEC 61131-3 standards, as well as refurbishment of oboslete Control Systems and troubleshooting, using a wide range of PLC and SCADA/HMI equipment including Siemens, Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi, Omron, Schneider, Keyence and Motion Control for high speed manufacture.
If you would like to discuss a particular project with a member of our technical staff, contact us.