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Advanced PLC Course

Internship Program – Electrical, Automation, Instrumentation – BRISBANE

Internship Program – Electrical, Automation, Instrumentation – BRISBANE

Advanced PLC Analog (Programmable Logic Controller) – BRISBANE

Ausinet can help you throughout your career from studying Electrotechnology to becoming a successful Technician or Engineer then upskilling in diverse fields like instrumentation, automation, starting your own business or finding a job. Click book now to enrol!

  • Including 3 full self-paced courses Basic PLC, Advanced PLC and HMI SCADA Training – valued at $2,550
  • Instrumentation and automation practicals – valued at $2,550
  • Plenty of practice to get real world experience and be job ready 
  • After you complete your internship you might be eligible for our Find a Job Program (see details below)
  • Payment plans available 

ABOUT THE COURSE

WHY DO THIS INTERNSHIP?

Ausinet is specialised in Electrical, Instrumentation and Automation and the trainers are specialists in the field and have themselves worked in the industry for more than 20 years.

In the current job market it might be hard to find a qualified job in your field especially if you are just finishing your studies or if you have completed your qualification overseas.

What most employers look for is people with technical experience in Australia which can be quite hard to acquire especially in those highly specialised fields.

Ausinet offers you the opportunity to get training and experience which are highly valid in the industry and will help you be a prime candidate for job opportunities.

INTERNSHIP OVERVIEW
  • You will first get enrolled into our Basic and Advanced PLC courses as well as our HMI SCADA course valued at $2,550.
  • Then you will be able to do instrumentation and automation practicals which will enable you to connect the instruments to the PLC-SCADA and test them
  • After this you will be able to practise while you work alongside our senior Electricians, Electrical Engineers and Trainers for up to 3 months and have access to our facilities and resources for real-world experience.
FUNDING

There is no funding currently available for this course.

DURATION

20 hours a week for 3 months or 1 day a week for 6 months to get the internship certificate.

After hours and week-end sessions available on request

INTAKE DATES

Option 1 – Face-to-face Training: Starts Every Thursday.

Option 2 – Blended Training: Ongoing, enroll and start any time.

DELIVERY OF COMPETENCIES

Option 1 – Face-to-face Training: Theory and Practical to be completed in class.

Option 2 – Blended Training: Self-paced Theory to be completed online and Practical to be completed in class.

HOW TO ENROL

Click on the book now button and follow the prompts

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

This internship program is designed for Engineers and Technicians who want to upskill and get experience in Australia. 

  • You must provide a valid ID to enrol into this program. 
  • Basic Computer Literacy
BOOKS REQUIRED

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

You will need to bring :

  • A wired headset or headphones
  • A laptop

Enclosed footwear must be worn at all times when you are on the premises.

INTERNSHIP OUTCOME

After completion you will receive : 

  • A certificate of completion for Basic PLC and Advanced PLC (Nationally Recognised)
  • A certificate of attendance for HMI and SCADA 
  • A certificate of internship
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
  1. Advanced PLC and Industrial Automation:

In this module the participant will learn advanced programming and diagnostic skills associated with medium to high-level programmable logic controllers (PLCs). This includes analogue and word manipulation.

  • Understanding the basics of control system and PLC processors.
  • Understanding how to use ladder logic programming.
  • Use PLC hardware such as I/O modules.
  • Be able to make design, maintenance and troubleshooting considerations.
  • Understand fault finding techniques.
  • Communicate across networks.
  • Introduction to PLC and industrial control system.
  • Programming the PLC, a detailed explanation of different input/output ladder logic instructions.
  • Digital and Analog modules wiring and interfacing.
  • Designing a control system with various control instruments, including valves, pressure switches, transmitters.
  1. Human Machine Interface (HMI) and Supervisory control and Data acquisition (SCADA):

This unit covers the setting up and configuring of human machine interface and industrial networks for process control systems to meet performance standards.

  • The adoption of process control schemes that meet safety and process requirements.
  • Setting up communication between HMI and PLC’s.
  • Understanding PLC memory mapping for connected control instruments.
  • Creating tags for control instruments according to PLC’s memory mapping.
  • Setting up different animations for user interface and information display.
  • Designing a complete HMI for a water transfer between tanks.
  1. Electrical Instrumentation

The following four modules will give an understanding of Calibration and Commissioning on pressure transmitters for various process variables such as Pressure, Level, Flow and Temperature.

Pressure:

This module includes but not limited to:

  • Calibration commissioning and interfacing of differential pressure transmitters to PLCs and SCADA
  • Calibration commissioning and interfacing of pressure switches to PLCs and SCADA
  • Calibration commissioning and interfacing of pressure gauges to PLCs and SCADA

Level:

This module includes but not limited to:

  • Introduction of different sensors to measure level of liquids and solids in a container.
  • Calibration commissioning and interfacing of Radar and Differential pressure transmitters to measure level of liquids in a container.
  • Calibration of differential pressure transmitter to measure level in various configurations

Flow:

This module includes but not limited to:

  • This module includes types, selection criteria, and operating principles regarding flow instruments that are frequently used for oil and gas production.
  • Use of Differential pressure transmitter to measure Flow rate of the process.
  • Calibrating a DPT to measure flow of the process.
  • Differential pressure flow creating devices such as orifice plates, venture tubes, pitot tubes, etc.

Temperature:

This module includes but not limited to:

  • Introduction to temperature sensing devices such as RTD’s and thermocouples.
  • Different types and working principle of RTD’s and thermocouples.
  • Calibration commissioning and interfacing of temperature transmitters for RTD’s and thermocouples.
  • Use of RTD and Thermocouple simulators.
  1. Industrial Networks and Communication:

An industrial network is a powerful means for information and data exchange among various industrial devices on the network. In this module student will learn about industrial networks including:

  •  Understanding Modbus devices and memory mapping.
  • Getting data from a Modbus Temperature and Humidity sensor.
CREDIT TRANSFER

Ausinet, as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), recognises the Australian Qualifications Framework qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by any other Australian RTO. You are encouraged to submit requests for credit from previous studies when enrolling to ensure that you are not enrolling in units you may not need to undertake. If you have completed units at other RTO and you think they may count towards the award requirements of the course you are enrolled in at Ausinet, submit an official copy of your results for the units you have undertaken. Credit transfer may fast-track your course.

RPL

Recognition of prior learning, also referred to as RPL, is the formal acknowledgement of a person’s current skills and knowledge experience gained throughout life – regardless of how they have been acquired.

This is an important assessment pathway, particularly for people who are considering doing study. The recognition gained may considerably reduce the study time needed to get a qualification.

The RPL assessment may include workplace observation, interviews and professional conversations, work samples and documented evidence. Please contact the office for an RPL kit.

CAN I DO THE INTERNSHIP IF I AM AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT?

Yes you definitely can.

The whole internship will be the same as for domestic students. You will also receive a certificate of completion for Basic PLC, Advanced PLC, HMI-SCADA and a certificate of internship.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES
  • Oil and Gas
  • Industrial Automation and control
  • PLC Technician
  • SCADA and HMI Technician
TESTIMONIALS

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” The course has really enhanced my abilities in PLC, HMI, and Interfacing. I would highly recommend availing this opportunity for better future endeavors.”

UMER F.

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” I would like to thank Kevin and Jabbar for giving me this opportunity. I learned a lot under both trainers. They helped in understanding HMI and PLC. Their way of training is great.”

WAQAS G.

* This is a competency-based training duration is subjective and varies with an individual’s experience, intellect and tenacity.

Find A Job Program

This program is specifically tailored for Electrical, Electronics, Automation, Instrumentation, PLC, SCADA engineers/technicians/electricians who have succesfully completed our Internship program. Contact us if you would like to book this program.

  • Job guaranteed within 6 months or your money back
  • Professional services and tailored training to make you stand out from other job applicants
WHO IS THIS PROGRAM FOR?

This program is specifically tailored for Electrical, Electronics, Automation, Instrumentation, PLC, SCADA engineers/technicians/electricians who have successfully completed our Internship program. You must hold a relevant qualification in any of the fields mentioned above to be eligible for this program. 

WHAT IS INCLUDED?
  • Job guaranteed within 6 months or your money back
  • Professional Resume Service
  • Cover letter service
  • Key selection criteria writing per criteria
  • Linkedin Profile
  • Interview coaching
  • Personal development
  • WOW factor – Specific interview preparation
  • Special Electrical/Instrumentation short courses refreshers to get you up to date before an interview or before you start a job – choose your units from Solar, Instrumentation, Electrical, Hazardous Areas 
  • Letter of reference detailing the specific skills acquired during the internship, your strengths and recommending you for future positions.
  • The contact details for the trainer will be included so you can use him as a referee.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
  • This program is exclusively available to students handpicked by the trainer during the internship
  • You have to hold relevant qualifications in Electrical, Electronics, Automation, Instrumentation, PLC, SCADA
  • You must hold academic qualifications as an Engineer or Electrician