We’ve spent many years developing a comprehensive automation and controls training program called NTH University to accelerate the development of our new hires. By using our training services, you get access to the same resources and materials that we use to develop our own high-performing controls engineers. We’ve designed our training to be modular, customizable, and support a wide variety of platforms in order to meet your unique needs.
|PLC - Basic||5 days||Learn the fundamentals of PLC Hardware & Programming on the platform of your choice.||Maintenance & Engineers|
|PLC - Advanced Programming||5 days||Focuses on programming techniques rather than instructions on the platform of your choice. Students should already have experience programming.||Maintenance & Engineers|
|Industrial Automation: Hands On||1-4 days||Primer on a range of industrial automation concepts, terminology, and applications. Topics include automation and manufacturing, controls, machine systems and design, components andhardware, business systems, and more, with Frank Lamb's book as a guide.||Manufacturing Engineer & Manufacturing Managers|
|Machine Vision||3-4 days||Based on Cognex and Keyence platforms, covers basic vision concepts including hardware, lensing and lighting followed by hands-on labs.||Maintenance & Engineers|
|HMI & SCADA||3 days||Covers HMI & SCADA programming and techniques on the platform of your choice.||Maintenance & Engineers|
|Machine Safety||1 day||Learn about machine safety regulations and standards based on OSHA, IEC and other documentation.||Maintenance & Engineers|
|Ethernet & Fieldbuses||1 day||Covers industrial machine and LAN/WAN network interfacing.||Maintenance & Engineers|
HMI & SCADA
|Allen-Bradley CompactLogix / ControlLogix||Siemens|
All equipment, computers, software, and course materials are provided to the trainees to simulate the equipment on the plant floor. With our hands-on training, you can ask questions to an experienced instructor.
Our equipment will save your company hundreds of thousands of dollars from buying training stations. We maintain the equipment and keep it up to date for you.
You can choose from the following delivery options:
Frank is a manufacturing and automation educator specializing in controls, programming, machine building and design. He is a United States Air Force veteran, received his BSEE in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Tennessee, and has a Green Belt in Lean Manufacturing/Six Sigma from Purdue University.
Frank’s background includes more than 300 electrical and controls design projects, as well as the design and fabrication of several machines. In addition to specializing in automation and controls, he is also an experienced mechanical machine designer and project manager. His supplementary training in Six Sigma/Lean Manufacturing, as well as his many years of experience managing large capital projects, gives him a unique perspective as an automation educator.
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