Programs

Workforce development courses in the Excellence Training Center

  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry 

    This training program is intended to provide entry level general industry workers information about their rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint as well as how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job related hazards on a job site. The training covers a variety of general industry safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter at a work site. Training will emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. Instructional time is a minimum of 10 hours.

    The topics covered in this course are shown below.

    1.  Mandatory – 6 hours
      1.  Introduction to OSHA – 1 hour
        Covers workers' rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. It includes helpful worker safety and health resources. It also provides samples of a weekly fatality and catastrophe report, safety data sheet and the OSHA Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA form 300)
      2. Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection – 1 hour
      3. Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection – 1 hour
      4. Electrical – 1 hour
      5. Personal Protective Equipment – 1 hour
      6. Hazard Communication – 1 hour
    2. Elective-remaining hours will be chosen from the following subject areas (class dependent)
      1. Hazardous Materials
      2. Materials Handling
      3. Machine Guarding
      4. Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
      5. Bloodborne Pathogens
      6. Ergonomics
      7. Safety and Health Program
      8. Fall Protection
      9. Other general industry hazards or policies

    Successful completion of this class will result in an OSHA 10 card.

    The Instructor for this course is OSHA authorized.

    • OSHA 30-Hour General Industry

      The 30-hour General Industry OSHA Outreach Training Program is intended to provide a variety of training to workers with some safety responsibility. Training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. Instructional time will be a minimum of 30 hours. 

      The topics covered in this course are shown below.

      1. Mandatory – 12 hours

          a) Introduction to OSHA – 1 hour

              Covers workers' rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. It includes helpful worker safety and health resources. It also provides samples of a weekly fatality and catastrophe report, safety data          sheet and the OSHA Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA  form 300).

          b) Managing Safety and Health-2 hours

              May include injury and Illness Prevention Programs, job site inspections, accident prevention programs, management commitment and employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and control,               accident investigations, how to conduct safety meetings and supervisory communication. 

          c) Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection – 1 hour

          d) Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection – 2 hour

          e) Electrical – 2 hour

          f)  Personal Protective Equipment – 1 hour

          g) Material Handling - 2 hours

          h) Hazard Communication – 1 hour

      2. Elective-remaining hours will be chosen from the following subject areas (class dependent)

          a) Hazardous Materials (flammable and combustible liquids, spray finishing, compressed gases, dipping and coating operations).

          b) Materials Handling

          c) Permit-Required Confined Spaces

          d) Machine Guarding

          e) Welding, Cutting and Brazing

          f) Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

          g) Bloodborne Pathogens

          h) Ergonomics

          i) Safety and Health Programs

          j) Fall Protection

          k) Powered Industrial Vehicles

          l)  Other general industry hazards or policies

      Successful completion of this class will result in an OSHA 30 card.

      The Instructor for this course is OSHA authorized.

  • FANUC HandlingTool Operation and Programming (Oct. 7, 8, 14, 15) 8am-5pm 

    FANUC HandlingTool Operation and Programming (32 hours/3.0 CEUs)

    This course covers the tasks (see below) that an operator, technician, engineer or programmer needs to set up and program a FANUC Robotics HandlingTool Software Package.

    • Operate the teach pendant
    • Navigate the controller software
    • Power up the robot
    • Jog the robot in different coordinate systems
    • Recover from common program and robot faults
    • Execute production operations
    • Perform frame set up
    • Create, modify, and execute a material handling program
    • Understand programming instructions
    • Understand positional information (CARTESIAN vs. JOINT)
    • Understand motion types (JOINT, LINEAR, CIRCULAR)
    • Create, set up, and execute MACROs
    • Configure, monitor, force and simulate input and output signals
    • Perform stand backup, and restore programs and files

    Course Delivery

    In person, hands-on laboratory exercises. In addition to lab exercises, a pre-test and post-test are used to measure mastery of objectives. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive the FANUC HandlingTool Operation and Programming industry credential.

    Cost: $1936

    Prerequisites

    None

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  • FANUC 2D iRVision

    iRVision Operation and Programming - 2D (24 Contact Hours/2.0 CEUs)

    This course covers the basic tasks (see below) and procedures required for an operator, technician, engineer or programmer to set up, teach, test, and modify iRVision applications.

    Course Objectives:  Upon successful completion of this course, the student can identify the components of a vision system, install vision hardware, develop an application, program the robot, perform error recovery procedures and follow recommended safety practices. More specifically:

    • View and/or change robot and computer parameters to facilitate access to the robot's web page
    • Setup a camera
    • Perform an inspection vision process
    • Understand basic vision concepts and lighting
    • Master a robot using vision mastering
    • Create tool frame for the robot applicator
    • Create user frames necessary for use with the vision system
    • Calibrate a camera
    • Setup a 2D single-view vision process
    • Program the robot to respond to visual results

    Course Delivery

    Registered students will be provided with on-line modules up to two weeks prior to the training. In person, hands-on laboratory exercises. In addition to lab exercises, a pre-test and post-test are used to measure mastery of objectives. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive the FANUC iRVision Operation and Programming - 2D industry credential.

    Cost: $1935

    Prerequisites

    Completion of a live, FANUC instructor led Operation and Programming course (such as HandlingTool, ArcTool, SpotTool). Completion of an online eLearn Operation and Programming course will not meet this Operation and Programming prerequisite.

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  • FANUC Robot to PLC integration

    ROBOT AND PLC (AB) SYSTEM INTEGRATION (40 Contact Hours/3.75 CEUs)

    The main objective of this class is an introduction of how to setup, program and use an Allen-Bradley Control Logix PLC Controller to direct a FANUC robot application. You will develop a process for both Robot and PLC setup procedures, including communication using an ETHERNET IP protocol, and create, test, run, troubleshoot and refine the program and production setup for an automation system.

    This class will specifically focus on an Allen Bradley Control Logix PLC with Studio 5000 software on an ETHERNET IP platform. We will use Ladder Logic to coordinate the automation.

    This class will show you step by step how to evaluate a Project Scope and turn it into a working PLC production program for General Industry applications.

    Course Objectives: Students successfully completing this course will be able to:

    • Review an automation project scope and access appropriate system

      components

    • Assess, Evaluate and review workcell design for a material handling

      automation solution for a general industry application

    • Configure Devices in the workcell - Hardware, Software, Network,

      Communications

    • Configure Robot and PLC for Production

    • Program the Robot to perform the tasks

    • Program an Allen Bradley Control Logix PLC with appropriate modules

    • Write the TPPs – Teach Pendant Program and MACROS where appropriate

    • Write the Ladder Logic Programs

    • Create and Set the appropriate Input and Output map structure on Robot and

      PLC

    • Design, Create and Configure Bit Maps

    • Create and Configure Network using an Ethernet Protocol

    • Design, Create and Configure an HMI Application for Production

    • Understand and implement foundational practices to create standard

      automated solution using an AB PLC and a FANUC Robot

    Course Delivery

    The course consists of lectures, lessons, chapter reviews, demonstrations and a series of lab exercises designed to reinforce what the student has learned. In addition to lab exercises, a pre-test and a post-test are used to measure mastery of objectives. Recommended safety procedures are integrated into all training exercises.

    Cost: $3225

    Prerequisites

    Completion of a live attended, or live virtual, FANUC instructor led Operation and Programming course (such as HandlingTool, ArcTool, SpotTool). Completion of an online eLearn Operation and Programming course will not meet this Operation and Programming prerequisite. An Allen Bradley PLC Fundamentals Programming class would be helpful but not required.

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  • Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley Studio 5000 ControlLogix System Fundamentals CCP146

    Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals CCP146 (2 days/1.4 CEUs)

    After completing this course, you should be able to perform basic ControlLogix® and Studio 5000 Logix Designer® tasks, such as: creating and configuring a project and communicating with a controller. The course will assist you in developing and building a solid foundation with a fundamental knowledge of ControlLogix and other Logix5000™ systems. You will be introduced to basic Logix5000 concepts and terminology, and you will be exposed to Logix5000 system hardware, including hands-on experience with the ControlLogix platform.

    OBJECTIVES

    After completing this course, students should be able to perform the following tasks:

    • Understand ControlLogix system components
    • Select and connect to industrial networks in a Logix5000 system
    • Download and go online to a Logix5000 controller
    • Operate the Logix Designer application
    • Configure local 1756-I/O modules
    • Create tags and monitor data in a Logix Designer project
    • Draft basic ladder logic for a Logix Designer routine
    • Select basic ladder logic instructions for a Logix Designer routine
    • Enter ladder logic components in a Logix Designer routine
    • Locate ControlLogix system components, I/O Tags, and devices in a Logix5000 system

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  • Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley Studio 5000 Logix Designer -Project Development CCP143

    Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 3: Project Development-CCP143 (4 days/2.8 CEU)

    Upon completion of this course, given a functional specification for a Logix5000™ application, you should be able to develop a project to meet the specification requirements.

    OBJECTIVES

    After completing this course, students should be able to perform the following tasks:

    • Create and organize a project
    • Create periodic and event tasks
    • Develop an add-on instruction in ladder diagram
    • Organize arrays
    • Create a user-defined data type
    • Import components
    • Enter, edit, and verify ladder logic
    • Configure a controller to produce and consume data
    • Configure controllers to share data over EtherNet/IP™
    • Communicate with a local 1756-I/O module and over an EtherNet/IP network
    • Configure a message Allocate connections
    • Retrieve and set controller status values with GSV/SSV instructions
    • Program a BTD instruction
    • Handle a major fault
    • Manage project files Update firmware

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  • Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley Studio 5000 Logix Basic Ladder Logic CCP151

    Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: Basic Ladder Logic Programming CCP151 (2 Days/1.4 CEUs)

    After completing this course, you should be able to program basic ladder logic instructions for Logix5000™ controllers. This is a skill-building course that provides you with the resources and hands-on practice required to complete this objective. You will have an opportunity to use the Studio 5000 Logix Designer® application to perform basic software tasks to meet the requirements of a given functional specification. In addition, you will set up a sequencer to run equipment through a predefined procedure and separate production procedure from equipment control.

    OBJECTIVES

    After completing this course, students should be able to perform the following tasks:

    • Start and test a ladder diagram
    • Program timer and counter instructions
    • Program compare, move, and math instructions
    • Document and search and handle expressions
    • Program and separate the procedure from equipment control
    • Copy and fill an array

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  • Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley Studio 5000 ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting CCP153

    Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 2: ControlLogix Maintenance and Troubleshooting CCP153 (4 Days/1.4 CEUs)

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to troubleshoot a previously operational ControlLogix® system and restore normal operation.

    This course adds to your skill set by introducing new tasks such as connecting to a network, interpreting project execution, editing ladder logic online, and more. You will then be presented with a systematic strategy for diagnosing and troubleshooting a variety of common system errors: Controller, I/O, and other hardware problems, noise-related problems, and software configuration problems.

    OBJECTIVES

    After completing this course, students should be able to perform the following tasks:

    • Optional: Locate ControlLogix system components
    • Interpret project organization and execution, frequently used instructions, arrays, and tags of user-defined data types
    • Locate and edit tag values
    • Force I/O and toggle bits
    • Troubleshoot digital, analog, and remote I/O
    • Update Logix5000 firmware Troubleshoot controller, power supply, noise related, and digital I/O module problems
    • Analyze and troubleshoot a system using trend chart
    • Edit ladder logic online
    • Optional: Edit FDB’s online
    • Document, print, and search project components
    PRE-REQUISITES

    To successfully complete this course, completion of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1: ControlLogix System Fundamentals course (Course No. CCP146) or equivalent experience is required. This course is intended for maintainers. Some topics may be similar to topics covered in course CCP299.

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