Knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers can boost your career
As manufacturing processes and equipment become more complex, so does the required skill set for the manufacturing workforce.
If you have electronics knowledge, consider augmenting your education with PLC training at Dakota County Technical College. PLC I begins January 8.
The Programmable Logic Controller Introductory course is the first level for technical personnel that have little or no exposure to PLC technology. Successful completion of this course will allow the student to proceed to advanced training with other hardware and software automation packages. Prerequisite: Knowledge of AC/DC electricity, or completion of Industrial Electricity.
To register, call Lea Schendel at 651-423-8279.
For more information about Mechatronics training, contact:
- Marlo Miller
CT Director of Manufacturing and Technology
Tags: AC/DC electricity, Industrial Electricity, manufacturing, PLC