Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) & SCADA System

Dive into the world of Programmable Logic Controllers and SCADA systems. Learn PLC programming, SCADA fundamentals, data visualization, troubleshooting, and integration techniques.

If you're looking to enhance your skills in the field of industrial automation and control systems, the Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) & SCADA System course offered by IIPD Global in Dubai, UAE, is an excellent opportunity to enroll in. This course is designed to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge and practical experience in PLC and SCADA systems, which are widely used in various industries for process control and monitoring.

The course curriculum covers fundamental concepts of PLC and SCADA systems, including hardware and software components, ladder logic programming, communication protocols, data acquisition, and visualization. Participants will also gain hands-on experience through practical exercises and real-world case studies, enabling them to apply their knowledge in practical scenarios.

By enrolling in this course, you will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and industry-standard equipment, ensuring a valuable learning experience. The course is delivered by experienced instructors who possess in-depth knowledge and practical expertise in industrial automation. They will guide you through the course materials and provide personalized assistance to help you grasp the concepts effectively.

Upon completion of the PLC & SCADA System course, you will be equipped with the necessary skills to design, program, troubleshoot, and maintain PLC and SCADA systems. This qualification will significantly enhance your career prospects in industries such as manufacturing, oil and gas, power generation, water treatment, and more.

IIPD Global is renowned for its commitment to delivering high-quality training programs, and their PLC & SCADA System course is no exception. With their strong industry connections and focus on practical learning, they ensure that participants receive up-to-date knowledge and relevant skills that are in demand in the job market.


Upon completion of the Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) & SCADA System course, participants can expect to achieve the following learning outcomes: 

  • Understand the fundamental principles and components of PLCs and SCADA systems. 
  • Gain proficiency in ladder logic programming and develop PLC programs for industrial control applications. 
  • Configure and interface with different types of PLC hardware and input/output modules. 
  • Design and develop human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for SCADA systems. 
  • Demonstrate knowledge of SCADA system architecture, components, and communication protocols. 
  • Configure and manage SCADA databases, tags, and alarms for real-time monitoring and control. 
  • Integrate PLCs and SCADA systems to enable data exchange and remote control. 
  • Implement advanced programming techniques in PLCs, including analog input/output and program control instructions. 
  • Troubleshoot and diagnose common issues in PLCs and SCADA systems. 
  • Apply preventive maintenance practices to ensure the reliability and performance of PLC and SCADA systems. 
  • Analyze real-world industrial automation applications and propose appropriate solutions using PLCs and SCADA systems. 
  • Work effectively in teams to design and implement PLC-SCADA projects.

PLC Available Brands : 

  • Siemens 
  • Allen Bradley 
  • Schneider 
  • Mitsubishi 
  • Delta 

SCADA Available Brands : 

  • Wonderware Intouch 
  • Factory Talk 
  • WinCC 

Course Outline:

Below is the course content, which includes a detailed outline of topics and materials covered in the course. Explore and enhance your knowledge!

PLC Outline:

Module 1: 

  • Introduction to PLCs: Definition, history, and applications 
  • PLC architecture: Central processing unit (CPU), memory, I/O modules 
  • PLC programming languages: Ladder logic, function block diagram, structured text 
  • PLC programming software: Introduction to industry-standard software (e.g., Siemens STEP 7, Allen-Bradley RSLogix) 

Module 2: 

  • Ladder Logic Programming: Basic concepts, programming elements, and symbols 
  • PLC addressing: Input and output modules, addressing schemes 
  • Basic instructions: NO/NC contacts, coils, timers, counters 
  • Hands-on exercises: Designing and simulating simple ladder logic programs 

Module 3: 

  • Advanced PLC Programming: Sequencers, shift registers, and data manipulation 
  • Analog input/output programming: Scaling, calibration, and PID control 
  • Program control instructions: Jump, branch, subroutine, and error handling 
  • Introduction to function blocks: Creating and using reusable programming blocks 
  • Hands-on exercises: Implementing advanced PLC programs

SCADA Outline: 

Module 1: 

  • Introduction to SCADA Systems: Definition, features, and benefits 
  • SCADA components: Remote terminal units (RTUs), PLCs, human-machine interfaces (HMIs) 
  • SCADA communication protocols: Modbus, OPC, Ethernet/IP 
  • Hands-on exercises: Setting up a basic SCADA system 

Module 2: 

  • SCADA System Configuration: Designing and configuring the SCADA database 
  • Tag management: Creating tags, data acquisition, and historical logging 
  • Alarms and events: Configuring alarms, event-driven programming 
  • Hands-on exercises: Configuring tags and alarms in a SCADA system 

Module 3: 

  • HMI Design and Development: Human-machine interface principles and guidelines 
  • Creating graphical displays and controls: Buttons, switches, indicators 
  • Trends and historical data visualization: Creating trend charts and historical data logging 
  • Hands-on exercises: Designing and developing HMIs for a SCADA system 

Module 4: 

  • PLC-SCADA Integration: Communication between PLC and SCADA systems 
  • Tag linking and data exchange: Reading and writing data between PLC and SCADA 
  • Real-time monitoring and control: Monitoring and controlling PLC from SCADA 
  • Alarm handling and event-driven programming: Responding to alarms and events 
  • Hands-on exercises: Integrating PLC and SCADA systems 

Module 5: 

  • Troubleshooting and Maintenance: Techniques and tools for PLC troubleshooting 
  • Diagnostics and error handling in SCADA systems 
  • Backup and restore procedures for PLC programs and SCADA configurations 
  • Preventive maintenance practices for PLCs and SCADA systems 
  • Hands-on exercises: Troubleshooting and maintenance tasks 

Module 6: 

  • Practical Applications and Case Studies: Analyzing real-world PLC and SCADA applications 
  • Designing and implementing a complete PLC-SCADA system 
  • Project work: Hands-on projects to reinforce concepts and skills learned throughout the course


  • Understanding of Electrical Systems  
  • Knowledge about Automation Systems 
  • Engr/Technician Level candidates 


  • One to One – Hands-on sessions 
  • On-Line Sessions(Batch)

Enroll now in the PLC & SCADA System course at IIPD Global in Dubai, UAE, and take a significant step towards advancing your career in industrial automation and control systems. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain expertise in PLC and SCADA technologies and stay ahead in the rapidly evolving world of automation.

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