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Stop using old coding techniques and start Programming PLC like professionals in no time without going through long code

What you will learn

Create a PLC Control Program

Write codes instead of drawing long SFC or Ladder diagrams to

Create amazing PLC projects

Advance in your knowledge about PLC


March 9, 2021
They said in the previous lesson they told us what to install. I did not see any instructions on how to install software.
July 30, 2019
A good start if you have some knowledge with Mitsubishi PLC programming. I’m able to understand some concepts that apply to Allen Bradley by taking this course.
May 25, 2018
contents delivered is good, but some topics releted to MOV and MOVP has to be needed more likely examples for depth understanding of use of both syntax in different areas, also conditional operators and boolean logic examples is still acquire with some complex examples with data registers in course at glance!
overall i enjoyed and explore much about how to programe PLCs like this way
May 19, 2018
very basic course ,”data register” is advance but your lesson was not in my opinion . Maybe if you had real world situation or devices to troubleshoot and or to see actual real valves. I was turned off from the beginning and even more so when you shift 0 to D file this horrible could at least enter a number.

Why take this course?

Stop using old coding techniques and start Programming PLC like professionals in no time without going through long code <<<

Why you should take this course?

  • Learn how to control your machines and devices with the power of programming PLC.
  • This course makes the process easier by simplifying the coding language to make it understandable.
  • The course includes video tutorials, slides, and exercises for hands-on experience.
  • Improve proficiency in programming PLC systems and gain knowledge on switches, sensors, input/outputs, data registers, and internal relays.

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Welcome to this course.

This course will take you to a new level of PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) Programming. It will be a fun, easy, fast, and enjoyable programming journey for you.

You will no longer program PLCs like a newbie.

As most of you know, there is an easy way, a long way, and a smart way to program a PLC. Drawing long ladder logic diagrams or an SFC might solve the problem easily or simply, but it won’t solve it effectively. It requires a thorough understanding of ladder diagrams to give you the ability to turn your idea into a project that is professionally programmed with PLC.

What if I tell you that now you can unleash your full potential in PLC programming and be your own professional programmer?

You think this is cool but not yet interested? Well, how about the fact that this course will allow you to know what happens in internal registers inside PLC.

Topics like internal relays, data registers, branching, if statements, and more advanced techniques will be introduced.

About the Instructor

Educational Engineering Team

Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Educational Engineering Team is a leading team in the Microcontroller Industry, with over 13 Years of Experience in teaching and doing practical projects.

We strive to put all our hands-on experience into these courses. Instead of superficial knowledge, we go into the depth of the topic and give you the exact step-by-step blueprint on how to tame simple as well as complex topics in easy and digestible bite-sized videos.

This real-world knowledge enables you to grasp knowledge easily, and you can apply this learning immediately to your life and projects.

Educational Engineering Team has been in the Programming and Microcontroller business since 2007. We have been part of many projects. Over the years, we have gained a good insight into students’ and educators’ needs. We are passionate about sharing all our collective knowledge with you. As of 2018, we have already taught over 250k-THOUSAND students and counting.

Currently, we have more than 100+ courses on Udemy.

Educator and Author of “Educational Engineering”.

Ashraf is an educator, Mechatronics engineer, electronics and programming hobbyist, and Maker. He creates online video courses on the EduEng YouTube Channel (More Than 4 Million Views, 20k + Subscribers) and is the author of four Microcontroller books.

As a Chief Educational Engineer since 2007 at Educational Engineering Team, the company he founded, Ashraf’s mission is to explore new trends and technology and help educate the world and make it a better place.

Educational Engineering offers educational courses and Bootcamps, articles, lessons, and online support for electronics hobbyists, Programming hobbyists, Microcontroller hobbyists, STEM students, and STEM teachers.

That team also works as freelancer engineers, helping many students in their graduation projects, and providing guidance and consulting for many students over the years to help them kick-start their careers.

Ashraf’s core skill is explaining difficult concepts in a step-by-step easy-to-understand manner using video and text. With over 11 years of tertiary teaching experience, Ashraf has developed a simple yet comprehensive and informative style in teaching that students from all around the world appreciate.

His passion for Microcontrollers and Programming, in particular for the world of Arduino, PIC Microcontroller, and Raspberry Pi, has guided his personal development and his work through Educational Engineering.

Ashraf’s online courses have helped over 250,000 people from around the world to be better and to make a great career in the industry.

Educational Engineering Team offers courses on:

  • Circuit Design, Simulation, and PCB Fabrication
  • Arduino, PIC Microcontroller, and Raspberry Pi
  • Programming in C, Python, and other programming languages
  • PLC Industrial Programming and Automation
  • 3D Design and Simulation
  • ESP and IoT World

What you will learn

  • Advanced PLC programming techniques.
  • Understanding and utilizing data registers and internal relays.
  • Simplified coding practices for PLC.
  • Hands-on exercises with switches, sensors, and I/O modules.
  • Professional programming practices to control machines and devices.

Who is this course for

  • Individuals looking to advance their PLC programming skills.
  • Professionals in automation and control systems.
  • Students and hobbyists interested in PLC programming.
  • Anyone looking to streamline and professionalize their PLC coding techniques.


  • Basic understanding of PLC programming.
  • A computer with internet access.
  • Enthusiasm to learn and improve PLC programming skills.