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Course Listing

Process Control & Automation

CCP152: Studio 5000Logix Designer: Function Block Programming Course

This course provides students with an understanding of Logix Designer function block diagrams and terminology. Resources and hands-on practice are provided to program a Logix5000 controller using function block diagrams. Students will perform parameter modifications to individual function block instructions and create and develop function block diagram programs and routines. After completing this course, students should be able to perform the following tasks:

CCP146: Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals

This course will assist students in developing and building a solid foundation with a fundamental knowledge of Logix5000 systems. Students will be introduced to Logix5000 system components and functionality and will have an opportunity to use Studio 5000 Logix Designer application to perform basic system configuration tasks.

CCCL21: Basic Ladder Logic Interpretation

This course is a skill-building course that provides maintainers with a more detailed understanding of Studio 5000 Logix Designer ladder logic instructions and terminology. It also provides the resources and hands-on practice required to interpret ladder logic instructions for any Logix5000 controller. Students will have the opportunity to use the Logix Designer application to perform basic software tasks to meet the requirements of a given functional specification. In addition to using ladder logic, students will be introduced to ladder logic techniques, established standards, and common rules for interpretation ladder logic.

CCA183: PowerFlex 750 Series Maintenance & Troubleshooting

This skill-building course introduces concepts and techniques that will assist students in successfully maintaining and troubleshooting a PowerFlex 750-Series (PowerFlex 753 or PowerFlex 755) drive. Students will learn how to recognize PowerFlex 750-Series drive hardware and properly wire the drive. Students will learn to diagnose specific faults. Throughout the course, students will have the chance to use a variety of maintenance and troubleshooting tools, including the A6 LCD HIM, DriveExplorer software, and DriveExecutive software. After each demonstration, students will be given exercises that offer extensive hands-on practice using a PowerFlex 753 or PowerFlex 755 drive.

CCP143: Project Development

This course covers tasks common to all controllers that use the Logix5000 control engine or operating system, including ControlLogix, CompactLogix, and SoftLogix controllers. This course presents a deeper understanding of project development tasks, such as organizing tasks and routines, organizing controller data, configuring modules, and sharing data. Students will use Producer/Consumer technology to multicast input and output devices, share data between controllers, and control remote I/O.

CCA165: PowerFlex 700 Vector Control Communications over EtherNet/IP

After completing this course, given a PowerFlex 700 vector control drive that has been successfully started up and configured, students should be able to add their drive to an EtherNet/IP network that includes Logix5000™ controllers or PanelView™ Plus terminals running FactoryTalk® View ME software. Throughout the course, students will have the chance to use a variety of hardware and software tools, including: A3 LCD HIM; Studio 5000 Logix Designer™ application; and drive configuration software (DriveExecutive™, Connected Components Workbench™). After each demonstration, students will be given exercises that off er extensive hands-on practice using a PowerFlex 700 vector control drive in tandem with a CompactLogix™ controller and/or PanelView Plus terminal.

CCA162: PowerFlex 700 Vector Control Communications on DeviceNet

This skill-building course introduces techniques and instructions that will assist students in successfully configuring a PowerFlex 700 vector control drive to communicate on an existing DeviceNet network. Throughout the course, the instructor will demonstrate how to use RSNetWorx for DeviceNet software to perform tasks, such as browsing the network, commissioning the PowerFlex 700 node, and configuring drive parameters. Students will learn about scanner module configuration and input and output mapping. This course is designed as a stand-alone course or it can be taken in conjunction with other PowerFlex 700 courses for further skill development.

CCP179: Stratix 5700 Switch

This course will assist students in configuration a Stratix 5700 switch for industrial communications over an EtherNet/IP network. Students will learn how to use the Device Manager Web Interface, a graphical device management tool, and Studio 5000 Logix Designer software to configure and monitor the switch. Students will learn to effectively secure and limit access to the switch. This course covers one-to-one IP address translation (referred to as Network Address Translation) for segmenting machine-level network devices from the plant network. Students will have an opportunity to run diagnostic tests to help resolve system and port issues on the switch as well as perform common functions such as resetting the switch.

CCP151: Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: Basic Ladder Logic Programming

This is a skill-building course that provides programmers witht the resources and hands on practice required to program basic ladder logic instructions for a Logix5000 controller. Students will use the Logix Designer Application to perform basic software tasks to meet the requirements of a given functional specification. In addition, students will set up a sequencer to run equipment through a predefined procedure and separate production procedure from equipment control.

SAF-LOG101: GuardLogIx Application Development

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to create a Logix Designer project for a GuardLogix system and maintain the system. Students will have the opportunity to develop and practice these skills by: adding and configuring CompactBlock Guard I/O safety modules; creating and configuring a GuardLogix project; generating safety signatures and lock/unlock a GuardLogix controller; and programming safety instructions.

CCA164: PowerFlex 700 Vector Control Communications on ControlNet

This course introduces students to techniques and instructions that will assist them in starting up a PowerFlex 700 AC drive and commissioning it on a ControlNet network. Students will learn how to configure PowerFlex 700 drive parameters and install and commission a ControlNet communications adapter. Students will learn to configure a ControlNet network and create network connections for Logix5000 controllers.

SAF-LOG103: GuardLogIx Fundamentals & Troubleshooting

This course will assist students in developing and building a solid foundation with a fundamental knowledge of a GuardLogix system. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to efficiently troubleshoot a previously operational GuardLogix system. Students will have the opportunity to develop and practice these skills by learning basic GuardLogix concepts and terminology and troubleshooting a GuardLogix project.

CCA163: PowerFlex 700 Vector Control Maintenance & Troubleshooting

This skill-building course introduces concepts and techniques that will assist students in successfully maintaining and troubleshooting a PowerFlex700 vector control drive. Students will learn how to recognize PowerFlex 700 drive hardware and properly wire the drive. Students will learn to diagnose specific load- related, environmental, and equipment faults. Throughout the course, students will use the LCD HIM, DriveExplorer, and DriveExecutive software to clear faults and alarms.

CCP153: Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting

This course provides students with the necessary resources and hands-on practice to efficiently troubleshoot a previously operational ControlLogix system and restore normal operation. This course adds to students' skill sets by introducing new tasks, such as connecting to a network, interpreting project execution, and editing ladder logic online. After practicing such skills, students will be presented with a systematic strategy for diagnosing and troubleshooting a variety of system errors, such as controller, I/O, and other hardware problems, noise-related problems, and software configuration problems.

CCA101: AC/DC Motors & Drives Fundamentals

This course provides students with a basic understanding of AC and DC motor and drive concepts and terminology. Students will gain the hands-on skills required to build a miniature DC motor and investigate how a variable-speed drive controls the speed and direction of an attached motor. Students will become familiar with the drive Human Interface Module (HIM), which allows programmers, maintainers, and troubleshooters access to.

CCN200: Kinetix 6000

This course provides students with skills required to diagnose common problems on a Kinetix 6000 system. Students will practice operating and troubleshooting the system. Students will practice identifying faults related to hardware and software by employing methods such as fault code tables, system LEDs, and other status indicators. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to apply maintenance and troubleshooting techniques to diagnose and correct common problems on a Kinetix 6000 system.

CCP180: EtherNet/IP Fundamentals and Troubleshooting

This course will assist students in developing fundamental knowledge of industrial communications over an EtherNet/IP network. Students will learn basic concepts and learn how to use various tools to assign IP addresses to EtherNet/IP devices. This course prepares students to effectively resolve issues with communications between a controller and the devices it is controlling. Students will have an opportunity to monitor diagnostic information using web-based technologies and modify web server module data views and tag values.

"Speaking for myself, I feel the course agenda for Precision Maintenance was very thorough and on topic for the course description."

– Garry Rice, Maintenance- City of Largo Public Works