PLC Training - Notes to Instructors and Employers

Thank you instructors and employers for purchasing our trainer and investing in the future of your individuals.  People, like you, are our greatest resource and making sure that they are the best they can be is the wisest move you can make.

outsidebox.pngEmployers want to know when their employees have “passed”.  You’ll know when they can program and maintain your machines. Don’t forget, that along with the trainer, it is imperative that you give your employees adequate time to study the lessons and practice.

Instructors, the common feedback we hear is that you don’t feel your students have a firm grasp on PLC when they complete their courses.
We have arranged our lessons to help your students have a deeper understanding of how a PLC functions at its core. Don't underestimate your students abilities. They don't need terms such as XIC and XIO watered down to an electrical normally open and normally closed contact and they are fully capable of understanding a PID instruction without advanced math.

Thank you again for your purchase.  If you have any questions or feedback about our trainers or lessons, give us a call or send an email to

If you are student, continue on to our PLC Training - Notes to Students lesson where you will start down the exciting path of learning to program and troubleshoot PLCs.


Next Steps


Go to the PLC Training Getting Started Lesson series to select your next lesson.  There are also many other Lesson Series on PLC Programming and Industrial Automation.