Industrial Automation Systems Project Development (CoP level 3)

Tuition fee
100% subsidized

Duration
590h+80h internship in company

Dates
From 16/01/2023 to 13/06/2023

Opening hours
Monday to Friday from 08:00 a 14:00h

Methodology
Face-to-face

Location
Llorens i Artigas, 12 – 08028 BCN

Purpose

The occupational course of Industrial Automation Project Development enables any person to develop the entire automation design of an industrial installation or machine, from the preparation of electrical drawings and all other documentation of the automation project (bill of materials, work certificates, etc.) to the development of the control software of the systems involved (robots, PLCs, operator terminals and Scades).

With the elaboration of different practical cases we guarantee the learning of the most common techniques to develop industrial automation projects, both from the point of view of the elaboration of the electrical drawings and the programming of the robots, plc’s, operator terminals and Scades that are part of the installation.

Certificate of professionalism

The certificates of professionalism are official titles for the whole Spanish State that accredit the competences that a worker has acquired by the development of a work activity. They confirm that the person who holds them has the necessary skills and knowledge to occupy this job. That is to say, that he/she is qualified and complies with the professional profile of the profession.

The Certificate of Professionalism is made up of blocks called Units of Competence and these in turn are organized into Training Modules. Each unit of competence is associated with a training action code within the itinerary and it is facilitated for the same student to participate in all the actions of the itinerary, so that he can obtain the corresponding degree.

The certificate is validated through the Professional Qualifications with the formation of the Intermediate and/or Higher Education Cycle of the professional family to which it corresponds.

The student who does not complete all the training modules that make up the certificate of professionalism will obtain a certification of the passed modules that will have cumulative partial accreditation effects of the acquired professional skills.

Who is the target audience?

Profiles with basic electrical knowledge interested in developing their professional career in the field of industrial automation.

They must be registered with the Employment Service of Catalonia before starting the training action, whether they are unemployed workers (80% of the places) all accredited DONO, as if they are employed workers (20% of the places), making the request for improvement.

Priority groups

Priority will be given to unemployed workers seeking employment (DONO), and also:

  • People with special difficulties of insertion into the labor market and/or in a situation of social vulnerability (people with a recognized disability equal to or greater than 33%, people over 45 years of age, people registered as job seekers who have been unemployed for more than 2 years).
  • Women.
  • People who do not receive unemployment benefits or who are not entitled to them. People with low professional qualifications.
  • Young people under 30 years of age.
  • Workers under ERTE (Expediente de Regulación Temporal de Ocupación).
  • Beneficiaries of the PREPARA, “Activation for Employment” programs and others that entail the obligation or commitment to participate in training courses for employment, within the active employment policies.

Contents

1. Development of sequential process control system projects in industrial automation systems.

  • Structure of an automation project: electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic network, electrical cabinets, control panels, wiring, sensors.
  • Electrical devices, Pneumatic and Electric Actuators (motors, servo systems, valves, cylinders, etc.).
  • Design and development of electrical and pneumatic drawings with EPLAN and FLUIDSIM.
  • Control Systems. Characteristics of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s). Structure and operation of a PLC. Field Bus.
  • Basic PLC programming.
  • Industrial Robotics. Robot programming with ROBOTSTUDIO.
  • Start-up of an automated installation: Test protocols, Regulations. Industrial safety.

2. Measurement and control systems in industrial automation systems.

  • Structure of a Measurement and Regulation system. Electrical network, regulation and control.
  • Sensors: Detectors, pressure, flow, level, temperature, etc. transmitters.
  • Type of process control: open loop and closed loop. Linear, proportional and PID control systems. Analog and digital control equipment.
  • Design and development of control system plans. Simulation of control systems with FLUIDSIM and MATLAB.
  • Advanced PLC programming (contact diagram, instruction language, etc.). Structured programming and Logic Function diagrams.
  • Field Bus. Characteristics and types. Communication Interfaces.
  • Regulation and control systems regulations. Industrial safety.

3. Communication networks in industrial automation systems.

  • Structure of a communication network. CIM pyramid. Topology in industrial communication networks: ASI, Profibus, Profinet, Modbus, CanOpen, Ethernet, etc.
  • Distributed Control Systems (DCS).
  • HMI programmable operator panels. Concept and implementation.
  • HMI Terminal Configuration and SCADA Programming Techniques (Interconnections, Programming Tools, Tag Declaration, Object Dynamization, Alarms and Events, Historicals, Graphs and Trend Curves, RunTime Tests, etc.).
  • SCADA programming with Script language.
  • Documentation and elaboration of Communication Network schemes: Project report, drawings, etc. Regulations and Safety.

The Certificate of Professionalism is made up of blocks called Units of Competence and these in turn are organized into Training Modules. Each unit of competence is associated with a training action code within the itinerary and it is facilitated for the same student to participate in all the actions of the itinerary, so that he can obtain the corresponding degree.

The certificate is validated through the Professional Qualifications with the formation of the Intermediate and/or Higher Education Cycle of the professional family to which it corresponds.

The student who does not complete all the training modules that make up the certificate of professionalism will obtain a certification of the passed modules that will have cumulative partial accreditation effects of the acquired professional skills.

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        The Certificate of Professionalism is made up of blocks called Units of Competence and these in turn are organized into Training Modules. Each unit of competence is associated with a training action code within the itinerary and it is facilitated for the same student to participate in all the actions of the itinerary, so that he can obtain the corresponding degree.

        The certificate is validated through the Professional Qualifications with the formation of the Intermediate and/or Higher Education Cycle of the professional family to which it corresponds.

        The student who does not complete all the training modules that make up the certificate of professionalism will obtain a certification of the passed modules that will have cumulative partial accreditation effects of the acquired professional skills.