CODESYS training for beginners is an interactive, application focused workshop. It contains everything you need in order to learn the basics of CODESYS. The hands-on focus gives you a solid starting point. It includes case studies to deliver a firm understanding of the platforms capabilities in real life.
There’s no need for prior knowledge of programming in order to complete the course. Making it an ideal platform for those wishing to learn about physical or industrial computing. Only basic IT skills are required to attend and learn from the course.
As this will be remote training and it cannot be completed with hardware so we expect that you already have the hardware for which you would like the training.
Don't have the hardware? Contact us and we could also provide the hardware to rent.
Why learn with DAJO?
We are a CODESYS and EATON partner
We are EATON authorised training provider
Your instructor will be a highly experienced team of CODESYS engineers
Our instructors are experts in PLC programming, industrial automation, control systems, advanced control algorithms, and programming patterns for automation with years of experience
The course will be focused on the practical use of the controllers and software.
You will learn the "best practices" and the main programming patterns for industrial automation that help developers write high quality, resilient software
We will make sure to specially design this course around your requirements
You will get an accreditable certificate for the training you receive which will count towards your personal development
This course is ideal for:
- People who need to learn how to deliver automation best practices in order to move their organisation forward.
CODESYS training for beginners – Course overview:
Location: Online via Zoom Duration: Half-day
- Delegates should already have an automation project which they want to develop in mind.
- Delegates should have the hardware setup for which they need training. We could also provide hardware to rent.
- Delegates must be literate in basic desktop applications such as Microsoft Word or Excel. Or other Open Office equivalents.
- Object modeling for plain, succinct programming
- Data collection to support management reporting
- Conditional statements to enable process
- Without support, design and program a basic automated system including timers, contactors and conditional logic.
- Be able to clearly and concisely add data logging functionality to an automation system.
- Recreate real-world processes within a computer program
Delegates will receive:
- Completion certificate (Subject to the satisfactory completion of the course)
- Full documentation of course content