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#212964 - 03/03/14 11:16 AM PLC training courses?
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can anyone recommend a PLC training course to cover basic and advanced troubleshooting. I realize i need to learn this to keep up with the industry but do not currently work on specific systems. I have extensive knowledge of old style control wiring troubleshooting and such. I would have to pay for this myself so I would be looking for a good "bang to buck" ratio. I am in Jersey too if location matters. Any direction or suggestions from guys that work with PLC and VFD systems is very welcome.

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#212966 - 03/03/14 12:29 PM Re: PLC training courses? [Re: falcondfb]
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falcondfb:

The Vo-tech that I used to teach at had a PLC course.

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