Our free 5-day crash course in PLC programming. Learn the basics of PLC programming without buying any expensive hardware or software licenses.
PLC Bootcamp teaches you the essential skills required by every PLC programmer. Armed with these skills, you will be able to comfortably add PLC programming to you CV.
This course is 100% free and teaches you how to program PLCs in Connected Components Workbench, a free development environment that includes a free PLC simulator so you don't have to buy any hardware or software licenses.
See how your PLC application can control physical equipment by connecting your simulated PLC to a Factory I/O model for testing.
Learning PLC programming can be hard - most information is hidden behind paywalls, and the free information is outdated. PLC Bootcamp makes learning PLC programming easy by teaching you the most important information that applies to all PLC systems.
PLC Bootcamp provides all the knowledge you need to learn PLC Programming in one place.
PLC Programming from Scratch teaches you the essential skills that every PLC programmer needs to know. This course covers;
By the end of this course, you will be a proficient PLC programmer. You will be able to confidently set up PLC projects, write and test PLC code. Once you have these skills, you can learn more advanced PLC programming topics or start applying for jobs as a controls engineer.
Controls engineering is such an interesting, reward field to work in but it can be very difficult to learn the skills that employers look for.
With PLC Bootcamp, you can learn essential PLC programming skills without paying a penny.
All of the course material is available to consume at your own pace. Once you enrol, you get access to the course material for life. Any updates to the material will be given to you for free, forever.
Follow this course if you want to become a competent PLC programmer
This course contains everything that you need to program and test PLC projects. Over five lessons, I share everything that I wished someone taught me when I started working with PLCs ten years ago.
This course covers creating PLC projects, writing PLC code, testing PLC code, and controlling simulated processes.
In this course, I have tried to make PLC programming as accessible as possible for people with no experience. I will take you from theoretical concepts about what a PLC is through programming and testing a PLC program - all for free with no hardware or software licenses to purchase.