Omron Offering Automation Classes

SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Even if there’s no search for employment at the moment, skills may be updated in Omron University’s hands-on, small classes aimed at solving real-life application problems.

These industrial automation courses are designed to develop proficiency in design and use of systems that use motion control, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), communications networks and human-machine interfaces (HMIs).

Proficiency tests are administered at the conclusion of each course and an Omron certificate of training completion is given. It’s possible to complete two courses in one week, becoming proficient in basic and advanced PLC programming or the basics of both PLC programming and HMI project design.

Here’s the schedule of courses for the first quarter of 2009:

January 2009 Training Courses
Jan. 18-21: Basic Programmable Controller Programming
Jan. 22-23: Advanced Programmable Controller Programming
Jan. 22-23: Advanced PLC Programming with IEC Function Blocks
Jan. 26-28: Device Level Networks
Jan. 29-30: Peer-to-Peer Networks

February 2009 Training Courses
Feb. 16-18: Basic Programmable Controller Programming
Feb. 19-20: Advanced Programmable Controller Programming
Feb. 19-20: Programmable Touch Screens (NS-Series HMIs) and CX-Designer Software
Feb. 23-24: Motion Control Basics
Feb. 23-25: Device Level Networks
Feb. 25-27: PLC-Based Position Control with Mechatrolink-II Network
Feb. 26-27: Peer-to-Peer Networks

Mar. 2009 Training Courses
Mar. 16-18: Basic Programmable Controller Programming
Mar. 19-20: Advanced Programmable Controller Programming
Mar. 19-20: Programmable Touch Screens (NP and NS-V2 Series HMIs)

For a brochure showing complete course descriptions, visit www.omron247.com. To register for classes or get additional information, contact Ericka Jefferson by e-mail at [email protected] or phone at 847-285-7231.

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