Automation Technology Skills & Training

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SW





SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS


ERP Software Advice

CMMS Software Advice

PdM Software Advice


Automation Tech: Workforce Education & Training Needs

Traditional 4-year educational degrees take too long, are too expensive, and may be unsuitable for many trying to get ahead in the fast-changing technology landscape of the fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0). Rather, continuous life-long training is the new normal for upskilling the reskilling the workforce. Along with 2-year, 1-year and shorter training programs from academia and MOOC vendors, employers often develop their own in-house learning and development programs to meet job requirements.


Industrial Automation (Smart Factories/Infrastructure)

PLC - single domain control
PAC - sequential, process, motion control domains
MAC - complex motion (robotic) control DCS
SCADA
Robots
CNC machines
IIoT sensors
Digital Twins/Cyber-Physical


Building Automation (Smart Buildings)

HVAC
Lighting
Access Control
Security


Edge Data Centers

5G
IoT
Connected Vehicles


Home Automation (Smart Homes)

HVAC
Lighting
Smart Cameras
Smart Locks
Sprinklers
Entertainment
Voice Assistants
Telehealth/Eldercare

Control4 Tech II Certification
CISCO Certifications
CEDIA Certifications
THX Certifications
Lua Programming
Control4
RTI
URC
Lighting systems (Lutron RA2 or HomeWorks QS)
Shades (QMotion/Legrand, Hunter Douglas).
Alarm and surveillance system installation, programming, troubleshooting and problem solving.
Xfinity, DirecTV, Dish Network and Centrylink).
Sonos Music Systems
Logitech Harmony Remotes
Lutron Homeworks QS, RadioRa2 and Savant systems
access control systems - Siedle, August lock and other motorized locking systems


PLC/Automation Certification

Automation Technician Certificate Training Program
PLC Technician Certificate Program
PLC Technician II Certificate Program