We have been working closely with EAL who is the specialist awarding organisation for the engineering, manufacturing and professional trades sectors, to help develop the first EAL recognised Industrial Maintenance & Fault Finding Professional courses that are essential for anyone who intends to be working at an industrial level with machines and processes controlled by PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers).
To ensure you are able to work with live PLC's in industrial environments to make certain you do not compromise safety or increase production downtime when working on the shop-floor. Based around STEP7 Professional or TIA Portal, we will walk through the software and the majority of its available programming instructions that are most used throughout programs on the shop-floor. You will learn how to read industrial programs and incorporate instructions into Organizational Blocks, Function Blocks, and Functions. We will explain the Standard Operating Procedures for working on the shop-floor with PLC’s, ensuring you are working safely and efficiently. Fault Finding methods and techniques are then demonstrated and practiced, making you more pro-active when working on processes/machinery, increasing production efficiency and reducing downtime.
At the end of the course, you are expected to have a detailed understanding of the most used instructions and routines in programming, as well as being confident in approaching, maintaining and fault finding with the PLC in all situations.
Course Assessments & Certification:
This training course includes examination periods throughout each day of training. We will also be including additional training time should anyone request further explanation of any topics covered.
There are 2 levels of certificates for this training course:
Official Scantime Training Certificates for each module, outlining all of the subjects covered, this is for the industry as proof on what the learner has understood for when working in industrial environments.
Official EAL Training Certificate, this is proof that the learner has successfully completed a recognised training course at a Recognised EAL Training Centre and has passed all of the assessments for the training course.
09.00 – 17.00 (Monday - Thursday)
09.00 - 15.30 (Friday)
Recognised training by:
Jaguar Land Rover | UK Royal Mail | Wellstream International | British Engines | BAE Systems
Aquatic Subsea |Unipres | Wienerberger | UK Atomic Energy