Diploma in Industrial Automation

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Unleash the Power of Automation: Master Industrial Control Systems

This comprehensive Industrial Automation Training Diploma equips you with the knowledge and skills to design, troubleshoot, and maintain automated industrial systems.

Course Objectives:

  • Gain a thorough understanding of automation technologies and their applications.
  • Develop the ability to solve industrial problems using automation techniques.
  • Master the programming and configuration of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs).
  • Learn HMI and SCADA systems for seamless human-machine interaction and data visualization.
  • Implement industrial networking protocols for robust communication between devices.
  • Understand and troubleshoot electrical control panel wiring and I/O faults.
  • Leverage the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to integrate automation systems with cloud-based solutions.

Course Benefits:

  • Hands-on Learning: The course emphasizes practical, hands-on sessions, providing you with the opportunity to apply your newly acquired knowledge to real-world scenarios.
  • Industry-Standard Training: Learn from experienced instructors using industry-standard software and hardware, ensuring your skills are relevant and in demand.
  • Comprehensive Coverage: Delve deep into all aspects of industrial automation, from PLC programming to IIoT integration, equipping you for a successful career in this dynamic field.

Who Should Attend?

This course is ideal for engineers, technicians, and professionals seeking to:

  • Advance their automation skillset.
  • Transition into a career in industrial automation.
  • Improve their ability to design, troubleshoot, and maintain automated systems.


Bachelor/Diploma  Degree in the field of electrical/ electronics/ mechanical/ mechatronics/ instrumentation/ control/ robotics and/or minimum 2 years experience in a relevant technical field.

Understanding of the systems to which the training is related.

Course Outline


  • History of PLC
  • Different Control Methods
  • Relay, its application, and its features.  
  • Electrical wiring diagram of Gates using NO and NC Switches
  • Implementation of Relay Gates
  • Introduction to PLC and applications
  • Advantage of PLC over relay wiring
  • PLC Programming Languages
  • General Introduction on SCADA, DCS

Allen Bradley PLC

  • MicroLogix 1400 PLC Anatomy, Software Packages, and Versions
  • Controller Properties, RSLogix500 First Look
  • Input, Output Addressing, Memory allocation
  • Configuring BOOTP DHCP tool for Communication
  • Setting up RSLinx Classic Drivers, using RSEmulate for Program Simulation
  • Controller and Program Tags
  • Practice Questions and testing the program
  • Creating interlocks for motor control
  • Concepts of Timers-TON, TOF, RTO
  • Concepts of Counters-CTU, CTD
  • Latch, Unlatch, OSR
  • Uploading and Downloading the program to the controller
  • Online editing
  • Advanced Math and Data conversion function
  • Using Compare, Move and Limit functions
  • Remaining instructions
  • Configuring Analog IO


  • Siemens S7 series PLC Anatomy and Models
  • Software Packages and Versions
  • TIA Portal First Look
  • Controller Properties
  • Configuring Communication
  • Selection of Controllers
  • Input, output Addressing, and memory mapping
  • Uploading and Downloading the program to the controller
  • Creating new Projects/Program and Tagname based Programming
  • Basic Instructions
  • Online editing
  • Practice Questions
  • Concepts of Timers - TON, TOF, TP, TONR
  • Concepts of Counters - CTU, CTD, CTUD
  • Using Compare, Move and limit functions
  • RTC
  • Remaining instructions
  • Configuring Analog IO

SCADA - InTouch (Schneider Electric)

  • Introduction and application of SCADA
  • Creating new project
  • Basic drawing tools and color-changing features
  • Wizards
  • Single switch and light with same tag
  • Linking different tags using scripts
  • On show, while show
  • Automatic decrementing
  • Animation properties – fill, location, orientation, size etc
  • Condition scripts
  • Data change scripts
  • Trends(real time and historical)
  • Key scripts
  • Quick function
  • Practice questions
  • Remaining Features
  • PLC - SCADA Interfacing
  • Binary Output Interfacing
  • Why Inputs cannot be controlled from SCADA.
  • PLC Program and Interfacing  

Delta/Mitsubishi/Schneider PLC -Any One brand

  • Intro, Addressing, Memory allocation
  • Basic Instructions
  • Using Timer and Counter instructions
  • Using Compare, Math, Move instructions
  • Shift Instructions
  • Remaining instructions
  • Configuring Analog IO

Programmable Automation Controller (PAC) - Allen Bradley

  • ControlLogix Controller Anatomy
  • RSLogix 5000 vs Studio 5000
  • Addressing and memory allocation
  • Bit logic Instructions
  • Timer And Counter Instructions
  • Compare instructions, Including CMP
  • Mathematical instructions, Including CPT
  • Using of arrays
  • Using Compare, Move, and limit functions
  • User User-defined types
  • Industrial Application Practice Questions

HMI – 1 (Siemens)

  • Select the HMI model
  • Creating a new project
  • Working with TIA portal for PLC tag communication
  • Interfacing and communication settings
  • PROFINET Network configuration
  • Creating New Screens
  • Screen Navigation
  • Addressing and configuring Digital & Analog Tags
  • Configuring Lamps, Switches & IO Field Elements
  • Trends and Graphs
  • User Security configuration
  • Alarm Configuration
  • Using other graphical elements

HMI – 2 (AB/Delta/Schneider)

  • Select the HMI model
  • Creating a new project
  • Interfacing and communication settings
  • Network configuration
  • Creating New Screens
  • Screen Navigation
  • Addressing and configuring Digital & Analog Tags
  • Configuring Lamps, Switches & IO Field Elements
  • Trends and Graphs
  • User Security configuration
  • Alarm Configuration
  • Using other graphical elements

VFD (Danfoss)

  • What is Local,2 wire and 3 wire Control why and where it is used
  • (explanation)
  • Basic programming parameters and Local control
  • 2 wire control
  • Analog Input Control
  • Program Parameters
  • Preset frequency using digital input
  • Relay operation
  • Display Parameters, Terminal Parameters
  • 3 wire control
  • Jogging using digital input
  • All advanced Parameters (Eg:- Skip frequency, Start at power up)
  • Other digital input parameters
  • Automatic stopping of the motor when the frequency exceeds a predefined limit
  • Practice Questions

Sinamics VFD G120C (Siemens)

  • Basic programming parameters and local control
  • 2 wire control
  • Preset frequency using digital input
  • Display parameters
  • 3 wire control
  • Jogging using digital input
  • Remote speed control using analog input
  • Relay operation

Electrical Control Panel Wiring

  • How a relay can replace PLC in small applications
  • Switching of single output using relay
  • AND ,OR, NAND NOR gates
  • XOR gate using double pole and then using single pole relay
  • DOL starter
  • Interlocking of two outputs using relay(DOL)
  • Contactors: working and applications
  • DOL starter using contactor
  • Timer 2 modes of operation On delay, Interval Delay
  • Star delta starter wiring of 3 phase motor
  • Alarm System problem using a relay with 3 poles and then reduced to 2 pole
  • PLC Wiring

Industrial Communication Networks

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

  • Introduction to IIoT
  • Acquiring Data from PLC
  • Local Data Logging
  • Alarm Generation
  • Local Dashboard
  • Real Time & Historical Graphs
  • Introduction to MQTT
  • Sending Data to Cloud
  • Creating Custom IIOT Dashboards

IO-Link Sensor

  • Introduction to IO-Link
  • Advantages over standard sensor networks
  • Connection and Specifications of IO Link system
  • Configuring IO-Link Master with PLC

Instrumentation & Process Control

  • Introduction to Various Control Methodologies
  • Pneumatic system and components
  • Flow, Temperature, Level & Pressure Transmitter value Scaling
  • PID Control

Field Instrumentation and Introduction to DCS (Theory)


Batchwise and /or One on One Hands-on-Sessions 


By successfully completing this comprehensive Industrial Automation Training Diploma, you will be well-equipped to excel in the ever-evolving field of industrial automation. You'll possess the skills and knowledge to design, troubleshoot, and maintain automated systems, ensuring efficient and reliable operation across various industrial applications.

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