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Automation and Control Systems Programme

 

 

Certificate in Control & Automation

Special Purpose Award – Intermediate
15 ECTS Credits

Students who successfully complete the modules Mechatronics; Scada & Automation Systems; and Robotics will be entitled to a Certificate in Automation & Control Systems (Special Purpose Award – Intermediate).

Complete programme: Course Code CR_EACSY_7; Overall Fee €2,800.

These modules can also be taken and certified individually, please see Course Code and Course Fee.


Mechatronics (2800 city & Guilds)

Course Code

CR_EPEPN_6

Course Fee

€2500 includes exam fee

Enquiries

T: +7 920 614 33 21
E: paul.keane@cit.ie


Entry Requirements

Candidates must have at least four years industrial experience in a relative area or an appropriate craft/technician qualification.

Course Content

Practical

  • Pneumatic design and implementation
  • Electro-pneumatic design and implementation
  • PLC design and implementation
  • Mechatronic design and implementation

Theory

  • Principles of the “Total Engineering Approach” to production systems
  • Principles of typical sensors
  • Principles of pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical and electrical actuation systems
  • Principles of embedded control (PLC’s, controllers)
  • Design, build and fault find on mechatronic systems

This course covers the practical and theoretical requirements for certification by City & Guilds. Certification requires that a candidate provide evidence of competence in the construction, operation and maintenance of pneumatic and electro-pneumatic systems through practical tasks and by meeting knowledge criteria.

Duration

9 full-time days

Awarding Body

CIT: 5 ECTS credits at Intermediate Level

City & Guilds of London Institute: PART 3 Certification in Engineering – Mechatronics.

Note: Places are limited for this course. Eligible candidates will be considered on a first come first served basis.

* Discounts available for groups of three or more.

 


SCADA & Automation Systems

Automation has been an essential tool in enhancing productivity and competitiveness for manufacturing industries. Automation is used to improve manufacturing performance, reduce operational costs and improve quality. Most industrial plants now have some form of automation, which is controlled and monitored by SCADA systems.

 This course enables participants to adjust, service, maintain and design modern equipment and to design and develop SCADA control systems.  During the course, real data from a process control rig and flexible assembly line will be utilised in the design of applications.

Entry Requirements

Candidates must have at least four years industrial experience in a relative area or an appropriate craft/technician qualification.

Course Code

CR_ESCDA_7

Course Fee

€1200 (includes exam fee)

Enquiries

T: +7 920 614 33 21
E: paul.keane@cit.ie


Course Content

  • Computer based automation systems
  • Control Systems
  • Connection & circuit technology for transducers
  • PLC configuration & control
  • Safety Systems
  • SCADA (Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition)

Duration

5 full-time days

Awarding Body

CIT: 5 ECTS credits at Intermediate Level.

Note: Places are limited for this course. Eligible candidates will be considered on a first come first served basis.

* Discounts available for groups of three or more.


Robotics

An industrial robot is defined as "an automatically controlled, reprogrammable, multipurpose device, for use in industrial automation applications." This course gives participants an understanding in Industrial Robotics programming and design and an in-depth knowledge of Robotic Sensors. ANUC Robotics software and diagnostics are used for training purposes on this programme.

Entry Requirements

Candidates must have at least four years industrial experience in a relative area or an appropriate craft/technician qualification.

Course Code

CR_EROBT_7

Course Fee

€1200 (includes exam fee)

Enquiries

T: +7 920 614 33 21
E: paul.keane@cit.ie


Course Content

  • Robotic cell design
  • End effectors
  • Robotics programming
  • External Sensors

Duration

5 full-time Days

Awarding Body

CIT: 5 ECTS credits at Intermediate Level

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