The secrets of PLC programming


399.00 499.00 

Course leader
Tomasz Gilewski
Duration 21h
Format Online, DVD, Flash Drive
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What do you get when you enrol on a PLC programming course?

When you decide to attend your first PLC training course, you may be worried that you will be saddled with complicated knowledge, and in addition given in an indigestible way. Nothing could be further from the truth! Our training is designed to familiarise you with the basics of PLC. This is why you will receive carefully selected teaching aids:

Over 21 hours of videos - you can watch the videos indefinitely, consolidating your knowledge or looking to solve a problem yourself. Each video is presented from over the instructor's shoulder, so you can literally follow every step of it step by step and reproduce it later in your practice.
Step7 projects performed during the course - you will be introduced to the full functionality of the Step7 platform and gain a large dose of solid knowledge of Siemens PLC modules.

The secrets of PLC programming. Siemens PLC programming course. Basic level LAD language

You've certainly heard about PLC programming for Siemens S7-400 Simatic controllers before. They are regarded as one of the most effective central units in process automation, which is based on a PLC. This Siemens controller is designed to manage process and machine processes in virtually all industries. Our PLC programming course is designed to help you gain practical knowledge that you will use in your work. We start our PLC training from a complete beginner's level, so it doesn't matter if you have dealt with Siemens Simatic S7 controllers before.

If you dream of working as an industrial machine automation technician but want to stop acquiring theoretical programming knowledge from boring books, you've come to the perfect place! Check out our PLC programming course and start working on your career!

What is the Siemens PLC programming course about?

The PLC programming basics course has been designed to explain everything to you from the very beginning to the intermediate level. The topics we cover during the course will be useful to you in any profession where you come into contact with industrial programming. If you want to supervise equipment such as conveyor belts or entrance gates, you have come to the right place. Knowing how to program Siemens Simatic PLCs will help you to better understand the relationships that exist between components.

Currently, the programming of Siemens Simatic S7-400 controllers is primarily done in the versatile LAD language (the so-called ladder language) and it is to this language that the programme of this training course is dedicated. PLC course topics will be discussed based on the Step7 V 5.5 environment and programming work on the Sorting Station application.

Siemens Simatic programming is convenient because it does not require you to purchase any additional software. After installing Step7, you have access to a demo version of the software, which retains full functionality for 21 days. If you are already using a previous version of Step7, you can extend it for a further 21 days. The course is video-based, so you'll be through the entire hardware setup in no time.

Do you want to find out that PLC programming training does not have to be boring at all? Tired of acquiring controller programming knowledge from thick and incomprehensible books? Our course will give you a completely different experience. Let's get started!

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Key information about the course

Additional points of interest

You will find that you are eager to reach for complementary knowledge yourself. On our course, we don't just teach the theoretical basics of programming. We show you concrete solutions, tricks and tricks that will allow you to achieve the planned result faster, with less effort and, most importantly, in complete safety. You will learn to think and analyse problems like a real PLC programmer.

Preparation for teamwork

Although the work of an automation programmer may be mainly associated with solitude, in reality it is usually quite the opposite. When programming PLCs, you become part of a team and must consult and discuss the results of your work with managers, health and safety professionals and even rank-and-file employees. That's why, after our course, you will learn to create both small projects for niche industries and the extensive PLC programmes that corporations using only one type of equipment need.

You will learn about the most common mistakes made by programmers

You will also learn how to avoid them and work on your craft. Most PLC courses you find online are limited to imparting theory. We work differently. We show concrete situations, example mistakes and their consequences, so that you have a good understanding of why accuracy matters in the work of an automation technician.

You will feel like an automation specialist

The virtual factory will show you the typical challenges faced by automation professionals working in industry, thus mastering the stress before the real job. With Factory I/O, you will be able to test any solution that comes your way before implementing it on the real job. Test and experiment during the course, so that you act quickly, efficiently and responsibly on the job.

You learn from the best

With many years of working on large projects, we pass on the best programming practices that you will use in any job. You will meet many other programmers in your career. Some work efficiently and according to good software development principles, others look for shortcuts. We will teach you how to become part of the former group. Master PLC programming from the inside out and surprise your employer with the efficiency of your operations.

Why choose this industrial automation course in particular?

You will find more than one Simatic PLC tutorial on the market. What makes our training stand out?

Our course will run on any platform You can use the material provided whether you are using Windows 7, 8.1 or 10. You will save money on buying new hardware and the training will still work perfectly. Instead, spend the money on developing your skills as a programmer.
You do not need to buy any additional equipment The course is conducted on a simulator that allows you to visualise the various activities. In this way, you will stop associating the work of an automation technician solely with source code and start translating your practice into concrete results in industry, such as the operation of conveyor belts, gates and cranes.
You don't spend money on software All exercises are based on the Step 7 platform, which you can download and use free of charge. The platform is available for 3 weeks, which is far more than you need to complete our course.
You work as you wish You solve all the issues on your own, without a group to distract you, and you sit down to the training when you have the time and inclination. You focus on your learning and get concrete results faster and more efficiently.
You work from home You don't waste time and money commuting, but prepare your workstation exactly the way you like it.
You gain practical knowledge You will learn to program with a Siemens S7-400 PLC, a module most commonly used in industry for complex processes. This will make it much easier for you to get to grips with industrial work regardless of the industry.
You become flexible You learn to program PLCs in the LAD language, which allows you to write code of any level of sophistication, from simple and small applications to complex projects that will work well for entire production lines.
No time wasted on notes Our course is delivered in a convenient online format. You gain unlimited access to the learning material and review it when you need it. Forget about jotting everything down in a notebook you'll never look at. We select the learning materials so that you can quickly find everything you need.
You learn how to create layouts in practice During the training course, you will gain specific knowledge about connecting and configuring the HMI.
You work with the application in a "real" factory Software Factory IO allows you to explore a virtual factory where you will test the performance of individual Simatic PLCs in real time. Test your knowledge using a secure sandbox where you choose what you test and when. Your preparation at this stage of the course will allow you to safely program PLCs in real work.

Sample lesson / What you will do after the course

What is the training in programming Simatic controllers in the LAD language?

The training consists of 4 parts, divided into individual modules on specific groups of issues. In the course of them, you will learn how to control PLC modules and use them in your daily work to improve the functioning of your project. What information will you find in each part?

Once you have completed all modules, you will have a working knowledge of machine controller programming that you can use in your everyday duties. Surprise your colleagues and see for yourself that PLCs can be easy to use. Take advantage of our PLC programming course today!

Part 1
  • Module 1
    • Installation of Step7 v5.5 SP3 (Win7)
    • PLCSIM installation (Win7)
    • Installation of WinCC flexible 2008 SP3 (Win7)
    • Installation of Step7 v5.6 SP1 (Win 10)
    • PLCSIM installation (Win10)
    • Installation of WinCC flexible 2008 SP5(Win10)
  • Module 2
    • Licence activation
  • Module 3
    • About the course author
  • Module 4
    • Factory IO installation
    • Factory IO licence activation
    • Practical example - Application
Part 2
  • Module 1 - SIMATIC S7 system
    • SIMATIC products
    • S7-200 - charaktistics
    • S7-300 - Characteristics
    • S7-400 Construction
    • S7-400 - CPU
    • S7-400 - Modules
    • Programming equipment
    • PG/PC requirements for STEP7 installation
    • Installation of STEP7
    • Result of installation
    • STEP7 tools
  • Module 2 - SIMATIC manager
    • From process to design
    • Structure of the STEP7 project
    • Commissioning SIMATIC Manager
    • Creation of the S7 project
    • S7 programme insertion
    • Offline/online windows in SIMATIC Manager
    • Standard library
    • Help system in STEP7
    • Online help in STEP7
    • SIMATIC Manager - Customize option
  • Module 3 - Hardware configuration
    • Configuration and parameterisation of equipment
    • Introduction of stations
    • Running HW config
    • Creation of a hardware configuration
    • Addressing of S7-400 modules
    • Addressing input-outputs at
      multi-cassette configuration
    • Overview of module addressing
    • Free addressing of modules
    • HW config: Edit symbols,
      monitoring/modification of variables
    • CPU properties: Cycle/Clock Memory
    • Saving the HW configuration settings
      and sending to the module
    • Reading to PG of current configuration
    • CPU properties: General
    • CPU properties: Startup
    • CPU properties: Retentive Memory
    • CPU properties: Protection
    • CPU features: Diagnostic/Clock
    • CPU properties: Communication
Part 3
  • Module 1 - Block structure
    • Types of programme blocks
    • Programme structure
    • Process mapping
    • Cyclic programme processing
    • Creation of block S7
    • Launching the LAD/STL/FBD editor
    • Elements of the LAD/STL/FBD editor
    • STEP7 programming languages
    • Choice of programming language
    • Programming in LAD/FBD
    • Programming in STL
    • Block record
    • Block call in OB1
    • Uploading blocks to the PLC
    • Simple programme testing
    • Transmission and recording of block changes
    • Editor configuration
  • Module 2 - Symbolism
    • Absolute and symbolic addressing
    • Symbolic addressing - overview
    • Opening the symbol board
    • Edit: Find and replace
    • View: Filter
    • View: Sort
    • Table symbol: Export
    • Table symbol: Import
    • Edit symbols (in the LAD/STL/FBD editor)
    • Symbol information (in the editor
    • Symbol selection (in LAD/STL/FBD editor)
    • "Leading Symbols"
  • Module 3 - Binary instructions
    • Logical instructions AND, OR
    • Exclusive OR (XOR) logic instruction
    • NO and NC contacts, sensors and symbols
    • The result of the logic check, the first
    • Comparison, adjustment and deletion
    • Set/cancel switch
    • Indirect comparison
    • Instructions affecting the RLO
    • Detecting the slope for the equation
    • Edge detection for the register
  • Module 4 - Organisational blocks
    • Overview of the organisational blocks
    • Handling of organisational error blocks
    • Error organisation blocks
    • OB for asynchronous errors
    • Starting information from OB blocks
Part 4
  • Module 1 - Operations with figures
    • Collection, processing and generation of
    • Integer number format ( INT 16-bit Integer)
    • Double integer number format ( DINT 32-bit
    • REAL number format
    • BCD code for the representation of numbers
    • Monitor/Modify Variables. Format
    • Charging and transferring data
    • S5 counters in STEP7
    • Counters: Diagram
    • Counters: Bit instructions
    • Timed instructions: ON Delay
    • Time instructions: Number format
      for S5 times in STEP7
    • Timing instructions: Stored ON Delay (SS)
    • Timed instructions: Pulse (SP)
    • Timing instructions: Extended Pulse (SE)
    • Timing instructions: OFF Delay (SF)
    • Time instructions: binary instructions
    • BCD Integer conversion instructions
    • Instructions for comparison
    • Basic mathematical functions
    • Conversion instructions I-> DI -> REAL
    • Logical instructions on numbers
  • Module 2 - Writing data into data blocks
    • Storage area
    • Data Blocks (DB)
    • Overview of data types in STEP7
    • Basic data types in STEP7
    • Creation of new data blocks
    • Entry, recording, transmission to PLC
      and data monitoring
    • Addressing of data elements
    • Access to data
    • Complex data types
    • Example of defining an array
    • Example of structure definition
  • Module 3 - Functions and Function Blocks
    • Introductory information
    • Temporary variables
    • Occupancy in the local data stack
    • Local data stack size
    • Block occupancy in the local data stack
    • Use of parameters in blocks
    • Declaration of formal parameters
    • Edit parameter block
    • Calling the parameter block
    • Function blocks FB
    • Generation of a static data block
    • Adding and deleting parameters
      in the block
    • Checking the consistency of the block
    • Modified discharge correction
    • Multi-instance model
    • Use of EN/ENO parameters in
      calling blocks
  • Module 4 - Analogue value processing
    • Application of analogue modules
    • Range inserts
    • Parameters of analogue modules
    • Analogue input modules
    • Analogue output modules
    • The form of the analogue value and
    • Form of analogue value for different
    • Analogue value form for the outputs
    • Addresses for analogue modules
      in the S7-400 controllers
    • Scaling of analogue input values
    • Setting values for the outputs
  • Module 5 - Visualisation
    • HMI configuration
    • Project in WinCC flexible 2008 SP3
    • Connection configuration via MPI network
    • HMI variables
    • Visualisation screen editor
    • Addition of static text
    • IO field - display
      values of the variables
    • Button object - link to variable
    • Switching between screens
    • Uploading the project to the HMI
21h Knowledge hours
15 Course modules
649 Satisfied students

Software and hardware used

Step7 Software

The most popular version of the classic development environment called Step7 v5.5 with Service pack 3 (can be downloaded free of charge from the Siemens website)

CPU S7-400

The fastest and most powerful PLC offered by Siemens. Its computing power and reliability allow it to be used to control large and complex industrial processes. Primarily used as a central control system that
uses distributed (slave) I/O. A noteworthy feature is the ability to make changes to the programme and hardware configuration 'on the go' without stopping the controller.

Factory IO

Typical machine scenarios can be run in Factory IO, and the virtual factory connects to the SIM PLC simulator (or the actual PLC. Programming of the controller is possible in the programming environment (depending on the PLC family), and insight into its operation is available during the online connection

What will you be able to do after completing the course?

Siemens PLC programming is a useful skill that is applicable to many different positions. Demand is so high that you will have the opportunity to decide for yourself which specialisation suits you best.

PLC programmer It is a trade in which an understanding of how the various modules in a system interact is fundamental. With the course we offer, you will be able to configure any of them, be it a PLC, an inverter or a flow meter, without any problems.
Process automation officer Its task is to design and implement algorithms in the process of industrial automation. Our course allows you to learn about PLC programming from the inside out, without delving into complex mathematical models and theoretical issues without practical application.
Product manager Better understanding of product relationships means more orders. Better programming knowledge means higher sales results. Our course will give you both of these advantages.
Sales Engineer Comprehensive customer service, from advice and the search for the best solution to suit your needs to the configuration of PLC parameters. With the expertise we offer, you will satisfy even the most demanding customer.

Say no to dry theory without being reflected in practical skills. With our solution-oriented training, you will excel in the job market - even if your programming adventure is just beginning.

and certificate

If, after 14 days of purchase, you find that it is not for you, I will refund 100% of the course price. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate in two languages - Polish and English.

Frequently asked questions

  • Will I receive a confirmation after my purchase?

    Yes, you receive an email. Sometimes emails end up in SPAM or other folders. Please check your mailbox carefully.

  • Is there a difference between the media on which the course can be ordered?

    No. The material is the same regardless of the type of storage medium. At the time of purchase, you decide which type of data carrier you choose, i.e. onlineDVD or USB.

  • Which PLC programming language should I choose when starting out?

    If you are an electrician then LAD. If there has been any exposure to text-based languages (C, C++, C#, Java, etc) then SCL. If there has been no exposure to any programming at all then the basic course is LAD and SCL (the solution to each task is shown in two languages).

  • Is this course for me if I have never used a PLC?

    Yes. The basic courses are just set up so that people with no exposure to Siemens PLCs can learn such skills. The student is guided step by step (as can also be seen in the course table of contents).

  • What tools are used for consultation?

    Consultations take place via Skype or TeamViever.

  • How do I make an appointment for a consultation?

    Please send an email to with your questions (problems) and suggestions for a convenient date for your consultation (via Skype or Teamviever).

  • How long are the consultations valid?

    This is 60 calendar days from the date of purchase.

  • Can I deliver the course on different computers?

    Yes. The course material (videos) can be viewed on any computer.

  • What does the online version of the course look like?

    You receive the course by email, where there are private links to the videos.

  • What if a problem arises during the course?

    Please email me with a description of the problem at:

  • What is the access time for the course?

    No time limits for any medium (i.e. online, DVD or USB version).

  • Do I need to have any experience with programming?

    No. The basic course gives step-by-step all the information needed from 'scratch'.

  • Will I need to purchase a licence for the Factory IO software?

    No. There is information in the course on how to obtain licences to complete the material.

  • Will I need to purchase a licence for the PLC development environment?

    No. There is information in the course on how to obtain licences to complete the material.

  • Is it possible to return the course?


  • Will I need a PLC to deliver the course?

    No. A real controller is not necessary. The course is designed in such a way that it can also be completed on a virtual controller. It all depends on what the trainee has at their disposal.

  • How do I buy a course?

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  • When does the course start?

    -> Online version - immediately after payment
    -> Physical version - when you receive the package from the carrier.

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What sets this course apart is the opportunity to acquire practical, concrete knowledge. Everything is clearly explained. Definitely recommended!


After going through the course, I know what the components of the programming environment are and what to do step by step. Now I feel confident and know what I am doing


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The secrets of PLC programming

Tomasz Gilewski
Hello, my name is Tomasz Gilewski. I am the founder of PLCspace, author of books on the S7-1200 controller and HMI panels (i.e. Siemens hardware). I have been programming exclusively on Siemens hardware and engineering tools for several years.
Why Siemens?
- My first project in 2007 was an intersection traffic light based on the LOGO! Programmable Logic Relay. While learning the fundamental principles of the hardware and interface, I noticed the simplicity, intuitiveness and speed of integration for various SIMATIC systems. I noticed deficiencies in the form of functionality when working on controllers from other manufacturers.
- It is well known that Siemens automation equipment is robust and durable. Proof of this can be found in the PLCs of the SIMATIC S5 family from the 1980s, which many factories are still using today. P
In my 14 years of work, I have learnt every checkbox and what it is used for.
 STEP5, STEP7, MicroWin, LogoSoft Comfort, Starter, WinCC flexible, TIA Portal were the most popular Siemens software. I have gained experience by taking
- participation as a programmer, or more like a software engineer, in around 50 application projects for industries such as food, construction, automotiv, texyl, among others.
- Some of these applications were prototypes.I had to adapt to constant changes in design assumptions , which is quite a difficult task for a programmer. Another challenge was
- implementation of multiple software modifications to already running applications, i.e. the need to analyse the programme code after another programmer.
- I have spent very many hours looking for solutions to problems, parameterisation of various functionalities
Education itself.
New versions of engineering tools, firmware and hardware are released periodically. To keep up to date, I participate
- in on-site training at Siemens and its distribution companies
(a) LOGO!
(b) basic and advanced training in SIMATIC S7-300
(c) basic and advanced training in SIMATIC S7-1200
(d) safety training with SIMATIC S7-1500F
(e) visualisation training
- in numerous on-site and online workshops organised by Siemens related to SIMATIC systems.
- reading manuals
Helping others
I have decided to help and share my knowledge and experience with others , especially with those who are taking their first steps in programming. I want to make it easier for them to get to know this world. That is why
- since 2014, I have been running a blog located at where I describe various interesting topics about SIMATIC systems
- in 2015, my first book on the basics of S7-1200 programming in SCL language was published
- In later years I wrote several other books on
a)S7-1200 programming in LAD language
b) visualisation on a SIMATIC HMI panel
Provision of classroom training
I am currently active within the PLCspace company, where, in addition to programming work for new applications or upgrades to existing applications, I am involved in providing classroom training in many cities in Poland (Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan, Krakow) as well as directly at company headquarters for their employees. Training topics include:
a)programming of SIMATIC S5, S7 systems in any programming language
(b)visualisation, i.e. human-machine interface on HMI basic and comfort panels
(c)diagnostics, i.e. everything maintenance staff need to know to keep machines and lines working properly. If a fault occurs, you will find the cause of the downtime in the shortest possible time
(d) communications, where exercises take place to exchange data over the various communication network standards used in industry
e) safety, which translates as machine and process safety. This training covers the most important standards a programmer should know, as well as the configuration of fail-safe hardware and the exercise of safety functions for handling components (e.g. Safety Mushroom).
f)drive engineering where exercises on parameterisation of frequency converters for motor control are conducted
Training is based on Factory IO
- actual mini lines and have several levels of sophistication.
Video courses
I am the author of several video training courses on:
- s5, s7-300/400 s7-1200/1500 controller programming
- visualisation for the Basic and Comfort panels
- diagnosis of classic systems such as the s7-300/400 and new systems such as the s7-1200/1500
- communication based on the new s7-1200/1500 controllers
- safety using SIMATIC S7-1200F
- Drive technology based on MICROMASTER and SIMATIC V20 frequency converters

Step7 Software

The most popular version of the classic development environment called Step7 v5.5 with Service pack 3 (can be downloaded free of charge from the Siemens website)

  • STEP 7 basic software: Standard tool for SIMATIC S7, SIMATIC C7, SIMATIC WinAC - Uses the full performance capabilities of the systems
  • User-friendly functions for all phases of an automation project: 
  • Hardware configuration and parameterisation - Communication definition - Programming
  • Testing, commissioning and servicing - Documentation, archiving
  • Operational, diagnostic functions
  • Simple, easy-to-learn programming software using the Windows operating system
  • Wizards support the programming of even difficult automation tasks
  • For rapid start-up and time-saving programming

STEP 7 Professional supports all IEC languages

  • LAD
  • FBD
  • STL
  • SCL

Offline simulation of programmes created in these languages is free of charge (use of S7-PLCSIM). This solution supports the programmer and reduces the time spent working on the program code (cost reduction). In this way, no actual hardware is needed

CPU S7-400

The fastest and most powerful PLC offered by Siemens. Its computing power and reliability allow it to be used to control large and complex industrial processes. Primarily used as a central control system that
uses distributed (slave) I/O. A noteworthy feature is the ability to make changes to the programme and hardware configuration 'on the go' without stopping the controller.

The SIMATIC S7-400 enables the control of complete process plants and is the optimum solution for data-intensive applications, such as in process automation.

Thanks to its short execution times and the ability to synchronise the programme with the duty cycle of communication networks, the S7-400 is ideal for controlling high-speed production machines.

Thanks to its large programme memory and communication resources, the S7-400 is used as a master control system and coordinating controller for production machines and entire process lines.

The wide range of S7-400 CPUs makes it possible to build both small control systems and extensive automation systems for large and extensive process plants.

Within a single S7-400 controller, standard control systems as well as certified fail-safe interlock and protection systems and redundant systems can be implemented.

Hardware upgrades to the S7-400, as well as modifications and changes to the controller programme, can be carried out "on the move", without stopping the control system.

Factory IO

Typical machine scenarios can be run in Factory IO, and the virtual factory connects to the SIM PLC simulator (or the actual PLC. Programming of the controller is possible in the programming environment (depending on the PLC family), and insight into its operation is available during the online connection

The general idea is to collect input data from the machine via the Factory IO program, which is then sent to the PLC. The program in the PLC is then executed and the results (output states) are sent back to Factory IO, which allows actuators(e.g. motors, actuators) to be started. The entire process is monitored in real time by you, allowing you to visualise how well the machine is performing.

  • Factory IO by Real Games is a useful tool for learning PLC programming through factory simulations. It is ideal for participants of the Siemens S7-1200 PLC programming course, as it allows them to practise their skills in a safe environment.
  • With Factory IO, it is possible to simulate various scenarios related to production processes, such as an assembly line, a transport line and many others. The tool also allows the visualisation of the operation of industrial machines and equipment, making it easier to understand the processes taking place in the factory.
  • During the Siemens PLC programming course, participants will have the opportunity to use Factory IO to consolidate their PLC programming knowledge and skills. Through simulations, the trainee will be able to practically apply their knowledge, test different scenarios and solve problems, allowing for more effective and practical teaching.
  • Using Factory IO during a Siemens PLC programming course is an ideal way to develop skills in a safe simulation environment, which will prepare participants to put their knowledge into practice in real industrial projects.

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