Nova Scotia Community College Kingstec CampusKentville, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Learners will have the opportunity to build a working knowledge of Programmable Logic Controller (PLCs) by connecting I/O and developing programs that can perform simple logic decisions as well as timing and counting in the control of industrial processes.
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