Custom curriculum design lowers time, financial training costs
We develop our training curriculum in-house in an easy-to-understand, clearly written format, despite tackling even the most complex technologies. Each lesson builds on the one before it and is then reinforced through skill-building hands-on labs. We know from experience that people learn by doing. This is why all BizLink classes emphasize real-world scenarios and experience.
Unlike product manuals – which are often poorly written or translated from non-English sources and difficult to understand and geared toward setup personnel and system integrators, not for maintenance staff and end users – BizLink's manuals and curriculum are designed to be quickly navigated, with easy-to-understand procedures that include time-tested tips and tricks. Our materials make the job easier, so you're spending less time looking and more time doing.
Our instructors and engineers have developed course curriculum for everything from simple operational courses to complex, application-specific automation systems training, incorporating robotics, controls, safety concerns, and equipment. We can develop curriculum to meet your specific objectives, technologies, and budget.
Our experience in curriculum development uses proven training techniques that focus on hands-on training objectives, logically presented in a user-friendly manner. Curriculum can be developed for simple half-day classes to extensive month-long training programs.
Among others, our course offerings include robot operations, programming, maintenance, and troubleshooting for most major robot manufacturers. In North America, we now offer integrated training programs that also include Allen-Bradley ControlLogix® and RSLogix™5000 software, as well as Siemens PLCs and Step 7 software. Check out our robotics and PLC training flyer for a more detailed overview. We also develop other courses, including automation system training, that are tailored to your needs.
A designed approach does the following:
- Targets the training to your plant's specific applications
- Reduces the amount of time needed to train your employees
- Creates value by containing costs
- Reduces administration tasks
Types of training BizLink offers:
Robotics: Most major robot manufacturers
- Operations and operational troubleshooting
- Electrical maintenance and troubleshooting
- Mechanical and preventive maintenance
Covering the following applications:
- Material handling
- Spot and arc welding
- Advanced material joining technologies (flow-drill screw, riveting, clinching)
- Waterjet cutting
- Thermal plasma spray coating
PLC programs for Rockwell and Siemens:
- PLC-5 and SLC-500
- Step 7 maintenance & troubleshooting
- Step 7 programming
- HMI interfaces (Rockwell and Siemens)
- VFDs (Powerflex 70/700, SEW & others)
- Hardware troubleshooting
We are an industry-leading provider of automation systems training for fully integrated robots, PLCs, and press systems in the automotive, packaging, casting, forging, heavy equipment, aerospace, wastewater treatment and general manufacturing industries.