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Training In Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
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Training In SCADA Application Design
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Training In Industrial Drives
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Control Panel Engineering
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Monitoring & Control
Corporate Training
Machine Operators
Drives control
System integrators
Service Engineers

International Condidate

  • ISRA
  • WAEL

Training on Designing Of Industrial Control Panel & MCC

Basics of Control & Power Drawings

Selection of Type of Enclosure as per IP

Preparation of GA Diagrams

General wiring Guidelines & Practices

Control Panel Design Software tools

Introduction to Switch gears & accessories

Preparation of power & control circuits

Troubleshooting of live panels

Pre & Post Project Documentation

Designing Principles OF SCADA Project


The course has been designed to familiarize Electrical & Maintenance Engineers with the many different aspects associated with the Design, operation and maintenance of Control Panels. Where possible, application specific exercises, actual drawings and programs listings are used to allow the students to gain the greatest possible benefit from the course.
The this course has been designed as a “easy-to-design guide” for selection of electrical control components in control panels used in industrial machinery applications

Course Outline

Module #01: Introduction to Electrical Automation & Devices
Electrical standards, Basics Of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
Electronics engineering fundamentals, selection and rating of various electrical and control panel
Components and devices.
Basics Of Electrical wiring practices with sensors and other
Introduction to relay and Contactor logic.
Rules and fundamentals of Factory and Machine automation.
Module #02: Introduction to Control Panel Fabrication Methods
Panel Cabinet Size selection
Mechanical Installation
Electrical Installation
Multi load panel
Single Motor Panel
Ducts and Trays
Module #03: Control Panel Component Selection
Fuse Starter
Breaker Starter
Motor circuit protector
Thermal overload relay
Mechanical & Process Switches
Panel Indicators
Panel Meters
Horns & Beacons
Wiring Tools
Multiwire Connectors
MMP Accessories
Fuse Holders
Control power transformers
Handle mechanism
Testing Gadgets
Module #04: Power Circuit Wiring
Wiring Practices in feeders and Branch Circuits
Internal Wiring
Field Wiring
Wire Color Designation
Wire Size, Type and Rating Selection
Module #05: Control Circuit Wiring
Connections for Control Stations
Hardwired Logic Implementation
Wire Selection for Control Circuits
Logic control—pilot devices selection
Logic control—relays, timers, and terminal block selection
Module #06: Control Panel Design Documentation
Preparation of GA Diagrams
Typical Electrical Drawing Symbols And Conventions
Understanding Panel Designing Software Tools
Understanding Electrical Standards and Codes
Preparation & Testing reports for Ingress protection control Panels
Wire numbering Methods
Module #07: Electrical Safety in Workspace
Introduction to Electrical Safety
Identifying the Hazards
OSHA Requirements(OSHA 29 CFR)
Safety Related Work Practices
Working On or Near Live Parts
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Module #08: Testing and Troubleshooting Live Panels


To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required: Experience with basic control and electrical principles Experience operating a personal computer within Microsoft_ Windows95_ or Windows NT_environment Working knowledge of programmable controllers or Completion of the Relay Logic and Electrical Automation course and PLC Programming and Maintenance course.

Anyone who wants to gain solid knowledge of the key elements of industrial automation to improve their work skills and to further their job prospects:

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers

 Electrical Engineers

Chemical Engineers

Mechanical Engineers

Instrumentation Engineers


 Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors

Energy Management Consultants

 Automation and Process Engineers

 Design Engineers

 Project Managers


System Integrators

 Instrument Fitters, Technicians and Instrumentation Engineers

 Consulting Engineers

Production Managers

Machine Operators

Instrument and Process Control Technicians

Even those who are highly experienced in industrial automation may find it useful to gain know-how in a very concentrated but practical format

  Advanced Diploma in Industrial Automation and Control (ADIAC)
   Certified Automation Engineer (CAE)
   Certified Automation Professional (CAP)
   Certified Automation Technician (CAT)
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming
   Professional Course in PLC & SCADA Programming,Installation and Maintenance (For OEM)
   Professional Course in Factory Automation (Programming,Installation and Maintenance of Automation Devices )
   Professional Course in Electrical and Process Instrumentation
  Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  Supervisory Control And Data Aquisition (SCADA)
  AC/DC drives
  Human Machine Interface HMI/MMI
  Distributed Control System (DCS)
  Industrial Networking & Protocol Technologies
  Plant Maintenance Engineering
  Industrial Intrumentation Engineering
  Electrical and Electronic Automation
  Electrical Maintenance & Toubleshooting
  Automation Project Design

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